On our island hoping sailing adventures we visit beautiful mostly uninhabited islands through the San Blas Archipelago of Panamá.
These remote coral atolls with their coconut palm lined white sandy beaches are surrounded by pristine coral reefs with an abundance of sealife. Where you can walk off the beach and after a short swim, enjoy snorkeling through an aquatic wonderland.
After a day of swimming, snorkeling, playing and relaxing under the shade of the coconut palms. There is nothing better than a beach bonfire on a remote uninhabited island.
Join us on one of our voyages from Panama to Colombia or visa versa.
We are like islands in the sea, separate on the surface but connected in the deep.
San Blas Islands, Panamá.
Sailing trip from Cartagena, Colombia to Panama
Another fabulous day in the San Blas Islands, Panama.
With a suitably fabulous group of people who have become new friends. Enjoying an island hopping sailing adventure from Panama to Colombia.
A 5 day all inclusive tour departing from Portobelo and arriving in Cartagena. Great food and hosts on a beautiful yacht.
Super cheap transfers from Panama City to Portobelo at $5 per person. Or from the boat to the central accommodation district of Cartagena $2.50.
The trip is a great deal and an awesome experience. Don’t miss it !
Here we go again!
On our way to Paradise.
The only boat departing from Portobelo, Panama which gives you the cheapest transfer options from Panama City: $5 per person.
Sailing to Cartagena, Colombia via the San Blas Islands. On an island hopping sailing adventure.
Its the best boat trip from Panama to Cartagena.
Here we are in San Blas and it is a glorious day. So many shades of blue, crystal clear water. The snorkeling has been fabulous around the nearby shipwreck. And our passengers have just enjoyed a siesta in hammocks under the shade of a coconut palm by the beach. Ready now for a little more underwater exploration.
On this boat Panama to Colombia you will experience an exceptional, authentic island hopping sailing adventure. Undoubtedly the best way to travel from Panama to Colombia.
We are ready again to depart Cartagena, Colombia and sail to the San Blas Islands. Where we will stay for 3 full days and enjoy the paradise that it is.
Snorkeling and exploring the brilliant diverse coral reefs with their abundance of marine life.
Chilling in hammocks under the shade of the coconut palms which line the beaches of the island we visit. Of course with an ice box close by for refreshments.
We will enjoy an all you can eat beach bbq buffet. Followed by a bonfire in the evening… That’s just how it is in the quaint Caribbean paradise.
Each day we visit a different, just as beautiful island paradise. Then on our 3rd evening in San Blas we will raise anchor and sail off into the sunset towards Portobelo.
From Portobelo buses leave every half an hour bound for Panama City, costing just $5.
All in all a great value option for travel from Colombia to Panama
So what are you waiting for.
Check or schedule and book one of our island hopping sailing adventures. We look forward to sharing a snippet of this life with you soon.
Sometimes the more difficult tasks in life leed us to the more mesmerising experiences. By pushing ourselves past our comfort zone we can be amazed at what we find.
Life is meant to be lived and experienced. Not just to stay in one place.
Come, join us on an island hopping sailing adventure through the paradise of the San Blas Islands, Panamá.
Best boat from Colombia to Panama.
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Here we go again!
Currently in Cartagena, Colombia heading off to the gorgeous San Blas Islands of Panamá.
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On a boat Panama to Colombia
“Smell the sea,
and feel the sky.
Let your soul and spirit fly.”
So usually we run a policy of what happens on the boat stays on the boat. Though this was just too funny not to share. On this Boat Panama to Colombia.
During our last fabulous trip sailing from Cartagena to Panama we arrive and anchored at this island a little after dark. While some of the passengers were blissfully sleeping.
Shortly before sunrise one of the girls who had been sleeping when we arrive woke Sindry saying; ‘we are heading straight for an island and no one is driving’
Sindry told her that every thing is ok we have stopped traveling.
After while she returned quite concerned saying that the boat was moving and we are going to sail straight into the island.
Little did she realise that the sails had all been packed away. The engine was switched off and the anchor was down. Oops!
Lots of giggles over breakfast and a great day ahead.