Destination Area: Caribbean Ocean/Gulf Of Mexico
Length: 9 NIGHTS
Vessel: Wind Star


Puerto Caldera (San Jose), Costa Rica on November 27, 2019


Colon (Panama City), Panama on December 6, 2019

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In late 1986, the first commercial sailing vessel built in 60 years slipped out of a French dry-dock in Le Havre. Although the towering sails echoed a ...

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Puerto Caldera (San Jose), Costa Rica

Playa Flamingo

Bahia Drake, Costa Rica
The main attraction is Corcovado National Park, it occupies about a third of the peninsula, and this is known for being one of the largest and without human intervention park of the country, there are a lot of endemic species, also the efforts made by the Costarican government through the MINAE for the preservation of this area are really admirable, the private enterprise has been really helpful in these conservation efforts.

Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica (Scenic Crossing)
Gulf of Dulce (Spanish: Golfo Dulce) is a inlet in Costa Rica. The inlet starts on the Pacific Ocean side of Costa Rica and extends slightly northward before turning west. The most westward part is at the city of Rincon. The bay separates the Osa Peninsula from the mainland Costa Rica.

Isla Parida

Pearl Islands

Balboa, Panama
Balboa, founded by the United States during the construction of the Panama Canal, was named after Vasco Núñez de Balboa, the first European to explore the eastern shores of the Pacific Ocean. The city is located at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, and thrives on the business from Balboa Harbor, it's commercial port. In 1979 the Canal Zone, previously a U.S. territory, was ceded to Panama under the terms of the Panama Canal Treaties. The Panama Canal's Administration Building, former seat of the Canal Zone Government and Panama Canal Company, is located in Balboa Heights. Sightseeing high points include the Canal Administration Building and the fairly well-preserved architecture of the Canal Zone era, the Goethals Memorial, El Prado Boulevard, and the handicrafts markets.

Panama Canal Transit
The Panama Canal Full Transit is an unforgettable full day experience. You will be traveling through ALL the Panama Canal Locks, from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean in the Caribbean in just one day. A unique experience!

Colon (Panama City), Panama
Colón is the sea port city on the Caribbean Sea coast of Panama near the Atlantic entrance to the Panama Canal. The city is the capital of Panama's Colón Province. The city was founded in 1850 as one end of the Panama Railroad then under construction. For a number of years early in its history, the sizable United States emigré community called the town Aspinwall while the Hispanic community called it "Colón". The name "Colón" is in honor of Christopher Columbus.

Much of the city was burned during a Colombian civil war in 1885, and again in an accidental fire in 1915. In 1900 the population was some 3,000 people. It grew ten-fold with the building of the Panama Canal. In 1953 Colón was made a Free Trade Zone.

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