BOAT TO PANAMA - Zoe Catamaran - Cacique Cruiser

BOAT TO PANAMA - Zoe Catamaran

Great and modern Catamaran!

 

About The Boat

12 passanger max, 33 foot catamaran made in Germany, year 2000

 

About The Trip

  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • 3 meals per day
  • Tea, coffee, water

2 days on the open sea to San Blas
3 days between the islands of San Blas- every night a different anchorage
1 day sailing to Puerto Lindo


COST & PAYMENT BREAKDOWN


  • $600 USD / extra $40 for dietary restrictions such as vegetarian, vegan or gluten free food etc.

    Transport to the boat is not included. 

  • $50 deposit payment made to Cacique Cruiser to reserve your spot.
  • $550 per guest for the boat trip paid to the captain.
  • This price does not include the $20 Guna territory entrance fee, which must be paid to the captain in cash when requested.
  • This price does not include transport from Panama City to the boats departure point.
  • Canadian passport holders are charged an additional visa fee by Colombia of 190,000 Colombian pesos. Check today's exchange rate online.

 

THE DEPARTURE POINTS & ARRIVAL LOCATIONS
  • The boat departs from Club Nautico Cartagena 
  • Guests must get their passports the day before their trip at  Club Nautico Cartagena 
  • Arrival Puerto Lindo, Panamá from there guests can take a bus to Panama City..

 

BE PREPARED WITH THE FOLLOWING
  • Separate your luggage into two bags. One small ‘day pack’ for what you will need for the time on the boat and your main bag/backpack which will be stowed away. It is also advisable to protect luggage with large plastic trash bags.
  • Snacks and beverages you want for the trip.  We recommend shopping in Panama City as there are no big shops near the boats departure point.
  • 2 copies of your passport.
  • Cash to pay the ground transport, entrance fees  the balance due on the sailboat trip, and any spending money you want for the trip.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Tight fitting T-shirt to snorkel.
  • Mosquito repellent  for nights without wind and evenings ashore.
  • Sweat shirt or a light raincoat for the night.
  • Towel.
  • The boat supplies a mattress with sheets but no blanket
  • If you get motion or sea sickness, we highly recommend that you buy motion sickness tablets from the pharmacy.

 

INFORM US AND THE BOAT CREW IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING APPLY
  • You have health problems or conditions the crew should be aware of.
  • You can’t swim.
  • You have allergies to certain foods.

 

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER

This boat is an independent boat which we represent as a guest service agent, because they are busy sailing and taking care of guests. Since we do not own and operate the boats we do  not control the schedule, and cannot be held responsible for delays cancellations by the boat, or actions of the crews aboard the boats. However, in the event of a delay or cancellation we will provide guests with other available options, or refund their deposit payment.  And if a guest registers a fair complaint or suggestion with us we will communicate with the boat and advocate for the guest in an effort to reach an amicable resolution.

 

 

                                                  

Route

  1. Puerto Lindo