Bocas del Toro, Panama
Board our trimaran sailboat to discover the enchantment of the Caribbean Sea in the Bocas Del Toro Archipielago. The sea, the azure waves, the sea and the white sand beaches will all be enjoyable to you.
You will have the pleasure of sailing to various unique regions; you will have the opportunity to practice or learn a wide range of activities; and you will be thrilled with wonderful, natural, and fresh cuisine.
We are committed to showcasing the natural beauty of the Bocas del Toro Archipielago, islands, and sea. Our objective is to share our exciting lives with anyone who choose to join us, as well as to discover new areas where we may experience real-life thrills.
We provide daily private sailing trips for you and your guests only. Our overnight sailing trips, on the other hand, are highly recommended. We provide the greatest service in the archipelago! Our overnight sailing experiences include all meals, snacks, beverages, snorkeling and kayaking equipment, days full of adventures or leisure (you choice), and luxurious lodgings on our trimaran.
We leave Isla Colon at 10:00 a.m. on our way to Dolphin Bay, where you will see dolphins in their natural habitat. In general, we will only use the spinnaker if there is enough wind to reach Dolphin Bay via a maze of mangroves. Birds and stingrays may be seen here. As we approach Dolphin Bay, we shall watch them exclusively via the wind and from a safe distance so as not to disturb them.
From here, we'll travel to a secluded island with the greatest snorkeling in Bocas del Toro, complete with a massive multicolored reef alive with life.
We will also enjoy lunch on this island beneath the open sky. We take a quick plunge into the ocean after lunch and proceed to Isla Solarte while fishing for fish. We will go from Isla Colon to Isla Carenero and then back to Isla Colon while enjoying wonderful drinks and fresh fruit.
Along with the places we'll be stopping at on our 1-Day Route, we'll also go to Cayos Coral. Kayaking and snorkeling are both possible here. We have the amazing opportunity to feed the fish in their natural habitat because to the abundance of fish.
We'll also travel to Bahia Honda, where we'll kayak into a native settlement. Sloths can be seen here. Following that, we'll take a route that goes to the Bastimentos Cave, where we'll enter with lanterns and explore for approximately 100 meters until we get to a natural pool. We'll spend the night here in this enchanted bay.
On the third day, we'll take a really well-kept trail to Red Frog Beach. Finally, we'll go snorkeling at Punta Manglar or Hospital Point.Our Trimaran
Our trimaran has three twin cabins, one bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen, allowing a maximum of six persons to live peacefully on board for many days.
The boat is outfitted with a radar system, sonar, GPS, automatic pilot, EPIRB, full communication system (SSB, VHF), e-mail, TV, DVD, VHS, HIFI sound system, and a full navigation safety system.
Our dinghy is a zodiac powered by a 15-hp outboard motor.Sailing activities
Snorkeling: We carry snorkeling equipment for up to 10 persons on board, as well as torches for night snorkeling. We volunteer our time to teach new people (both youngsters and adults) about this beautiful pastime.
Scuba diving: equipment for three individuals is provided. We have night dives available. We also provide our expertise in teaching newcomers to this hobby.
Kayaking: There are two double kayaks available, one of which can handle diving equipment.
Sailing: For those who want to learn and practice the ability of sailing, experienced skipper Daniel Ayora will be available as an instructor, from basic to advanced levels, while cruising throughout a trip. We can also provide private sessions for people interested in the finer points of seamanship.
Fishing: We have two fishing rods on board for use during Naylamp sailing, as well as a smaller one for fishing near the corals while in the zodiac. We also have a large selection of lures to pursue all of the local edible fish species.
Trekking: As an alternative to watersports, we encourage you to accompany us on one of the numerous short treks we know in the vicinity. We are familiar with these natural areas and like sharing our knowledge with our guests. Binoculars, walkie-talkies, and other communication devices are available for your use. Long pants and boots are advised.
Snuba: unlike scuba diving, all heavy equipment is carried on a kayak. You are connected to the tank above via a hose, which allows you to descend up to 35 feet. We have enough equipment for six persons.
Surfing: We can organise customized tours for surfers, including bringing your own equipment on board and providing lodging, food, and transportation to the surf sites.
We visit indigenous settlements and connect with the local indigenous populations. We understand and respect their cultures, traditions, and way of life.
This listing is listed for following charter options.
With Captain and Crew both
Based on the choice of charter option set for this listing and your choice to avail these options under the process of booking this charter, an extra fee may be applicable, for eg; for availing Crew service.
No-show will result in reservation considered as forfeited.
Days not spent on account of early check-out is marked as forfeited.