Sail aboard the Andiamo – San Blas, Panama to Cartagena, Colombia – Cartagena, Colombia to San Blas Panama!
The Andiamo is not currently doing trips to or from Cartagena at the present time. Note that much has changed regarding these trips lately. Please read this page if you’re considering sailing to/from Colombia/Panama for my thoughts, before reading on.
What’s more, you’ll get to see the incredible San Blas Islands and spend a couple nights there during the trip. Sail in comfort and enjoy all that San Blas has to offer. Meet the indigenous Kuna up close and personal, and look at some of the last pristine cruising grounds in the Caribbean. The trip is unforgettable and is an incredible value!
- Fully Equipped with Hot/Cold Showers, power toilets, lots of amenities
- Flat Screen TV with DVD and Surround Sound – LOTS of movies!
- Onboard generator – plenty of AC power available
- Lots of space above and below, sleeps 8 comfortably
- Great sailing to and through San Blas Islands
- Snorkeling and fishing gear aboard!
- Includes all food and soft drinks, just bring your own alcohol
- No overcrowding! We take a maximum of 8 people! Everyone gets a bunk.
- Fully equipped galley – great meals of fish and lobster! (in San Blas)
- Check-in at Porvenir, San Blas or Cartagena, Colombia
- Transit direct to Panama City and lodging options in San Blas available
- Trip lasts 4 to 5 days – minimum 2 nights aboard in San Blas
Includes check-in/check-out with immigration and customs. Only $(price to be announced when next trip is scheduled) per person, includes food, snacks and all non-alcoholic beverages.
A WORD OF ADVICE! If doing this trip, be EXTREMELY CAREFUL about which boat you choose to go on. Horror stories abound here. There are several boats that do this run (some even for lower prices) that are far from safe or comfortable. The right or wrong boat can make or break the trip, so CHOOSE WISELY!
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Want to book a trip? Use my easy Sailing Trip Reservation Request Form (currently suspended)
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