What we are about
An experience you'll never forget
Sail. Swim. Snorkel. Fish. Kayak. waterfall Hike. Wildlife. Sun. Sand.
During your stay aboard our 52 ft. cutter rigged pilothouse ketch sailboat, you will enjoy the beauty, warmth unforgettable vistas of a land still secluded. Still untouched by the mainstream, the sunny San Blas islands in the Republic of Panama play host to a breathtaking scene that will stay with you forever. From sailing, snorkeling, fishing and kayaking to waterfall hiking tours, there is something here to make your stay truly your own.
Is there a concern about hurricanes?
One of the really great things about living in the San Blas Islands is the lack of hurricanes. At less then 10 degrees latitude, we are too far south west to worry about hurricanes.
However, the islands in the Eastern Caribbean have been devasted and we
urge everyone to donate generously to the cause.
We have been living aboard a series of four different "Blue Skys" over half our lives. Most of our time has been spent cruising Florida and the outer islands of the Bahamas while raising our son Josh. We love the water and are avid snorkelers and certified scuba divers!
Our son is now grown and off being a busy marine biologist and scientific scuba diver. We have been cruising the Western Caribbean since 2004 with a lot of really cool stops, starting with the Dry Tortugas, Mexico, Belize Guatemala, the Bay Islands of Honduras, and a little chain of Colombian islands which include Providencia and the Albuquerque Cays.
Eventually, several years ago, we ended up in Panama. While Panama travel is unlimited, and San Blas sailing is the best! The San Blas islands are located off the Caribbean coast of Panama.
The San Blas is an archipelago of over 340 islands stretching east and west for 100 miles. They are home to indigenous Kuna Indians who have best preserved their culture and traditions of all the tribes in the Americas.
Want to learn more? We are always adding information to our education and tips pages.
We do answer emails as quickly as possible, however it may take a day or two to get back with you. Such is life at sea!