Sailing Panama & San Blas islands
365 pieces of paradise scattered in the Caribbean, just off the coast of Panama: the San Blas Islands.
More than Protected content them are uninhabited, all are coated in coconut palms, and most are too small for Google maps to bother with.
The Kuna, a tribe indigenous to Panama, run the islands and have fiercely protected the land, their culture, and their independence.
That means no hotels only some huts, no chain/big restaurants, no foreign-owned anything.
Join a sail-around-the-world boat and skipper on his adventure (he knows the area well)
sailing and discovering the islands, snorkeling/diving
for sporty people preferably with sailing/live aboard experience,
no alcohol, no smoking
1st leg from Bocas: due to weather conditions this will be on engine;
2nd leg from Green Turtle Cay marina sail around San Blas;
3rd leg San Blas to Colombia arrive by 11 November, or stay in Panama.
possibly go through the Panama Canal with another boat as line-handler through the locks
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