Enjoy the Journey....
....Discover the Destination
One World is committed to creating healthy and delicious meals that will keep your energy levels at their maximum to fuel you through the day’s adventures. We always use the freshest ingredients including local fruits and vegetables and fresh caught seafood when it’s in season.
Breakfast: Eggs with bacon and hash browns, local fruits, fresh baked bread, coffee and tea.
Lunch: Salami, ham, Gouda Panini with tomato, onion and a basil spread, fresh salad with homemade dressing and fruit on the side.
Dinner: Freshly caught seared tuna over sautéed peppers and onions with a balsamic reduction accompanied by local pan fried yucca.
• The Midship Cabin: private with a double bed -sleeps 2
• Forward Double Cabin: private double bed – sleeps 2
• Forward Single Cabin: private single bed – sleeps 1
• Afterward Cabin: shared with two double beds – sleeps 4
• Pilot birth: single bed with a privacy curtain- sleeps 1
We can sleep a maximum of 10 people if it’s a big group and they don’t mind the close quarters. Six to eight passengers is our normal group size.
Arrive in the islands of Guna Yala (aka: San Blas Islands) around 10 am at Cayos Lemones Spend the rest of the day settling into the boat, exploring the islands, checking out the local bars to sample the ‘Guna Libre’ drink and snorkeling the impressive drop off reef on the outside of the anchorage.
Sail to Cayos Hollandaises, on the way learn a bit about how people sailed hundreds of years ago on our traditionally rigged ship, help pull on the lines, steer the boat and get a feel for what the sailing life is like. This area is off the beaten path and sparsely inhabited. Hike through the larger islands; explore private beaches and the abundant coral reefs surrounding these islands.
This day comes with options; the guests get to choose between:
• Visiting the Guna Village
• Taking a river tour hike to a waterfall and learning about Guna
traditions, legends and a more in depth look at their culture and
beliefs. ($50 extra pp)
• Ventuering to Another sparsely inhabited island with more
spectacular reefs and sugary white sand beaches.
We sail one final time to a new anchorage that is close to the jeep port where we have a farewell bonfire, filled with pirate costumes, games and Grog – a traditional pirate drink made with local fruit and rum.
Breakfast on the deck with farwells to everyone, thenThe launcha (small speed boat) comes to pick you up to take you to the mainland port where the jeeps take you back to Panama City
SAMPLE ITINERARY OR CREATE YOUR OWN
FOUR NIGHT TRIP (2 NIGHT MIN)