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Panorama,

Pacific ocean

Price per person per day

$290

Duration:

8

Guests:

49

Crew:

16

Accommodation:

Private cabin

Meals:

Full board

Emphasis:

Snorkeling; Sightseeing;

Select dates
Free cancellation of reservation, no obligations! The boat will be on hold for you for 4 days free of charge. visa
VISA and MasterCard accepted. visa

Grab your camera and embark on a journey through a limitless canvas of color, beauty, sound, and aroma. Venture deep into the countries’ national parks, in the search for macaws, sloths, howler monkey and dolphins along with our on board Naturalist. Cross the legendary Panama Canal. Swim through the crystal clear waters off Granito de Oro and Coiba Islands, soar through a rainforest canopy, and dance with Emberra Indians.. Pura Vida!. Did we mention some of the activities from which you can choose from including snorkeling, lectures, guided tours, and zip-lining? A Costa Rica & Panama Canal cruise is one full of adventures, excitement and lifetime memories.

PUERTO CALDERA/COSTA RICA

Day

1

PUERTO CALDERA/COSTA RICA

Embarkation 15:00-16:00. Welcome drinks, safety drill and sailing to Quepos. Overnight at anchor.

QUEPOS - PLAYA BIESANZ/COSTA RICA

Day

2

QUEPOS - PLAYA BIESANZ/COSTA RICA

Optional Morning Excursion to MANUEL ANTONIO RESERVE, one of the highlights of the cruise. After lunch on board, you can take the optional Forest Canopy excursion. Afternoon sailing to nearby Playa Biesanz for an afternoon swim. (Forest Canopy tour excursion participants rejoin the ship in Playa Biesanz). Tropical evening on board. Late night sailing to Drake Bay. Overnight at sea.

DRAKE BAY - GOLFITO/COSTA RICA

Day

3

DRAKE BAY - GOLFITO/COSTA RICA

OPTIONAL EXCURSION IN THE CORCOVADO NATIONAL PARK / OSA PENINSULA, a nature preserve and tropical rainforest that occupies almost a third of the Osa Peninsula. Visitors are almost guaranteed to see some of the most incredible wildlife living in the jungles of the reserve including red-eyed tree frogs, quetzals, tapirs, harpy eagles, white-lipped peccaries, monkeys, and scarlet macaws. Swimmers can have the amazing opportunity to share the warm waters with marlins, dolphins, and pilot whales. Early afternoon sailing to Golfito.

IMMIGRATION PROCEDURES AT ANCHOR.

GRANITO DE ORO - COIBA/PANAMA

Day

4

GRANITO DE ORO - COIBA/PANAMA

Midday arrival in Granito de Oro for swimming and snorkeling in a pristine environment. Deck BBQ and sailing to nearby Coiba Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest island in Central America. Afternoon walking tour with our Ship Naturalist who will take you for a short walk to discover the local forest and animal life. Free time for swimming and snorkeling on Coiba. In the afternoon, we
leave Coiba. Overnight at sea.

IGUANA ISLAND/PANAMA

Day

5

IGUANA ISLAND/PANAMA

Morning arrival at Iguana Island, a wildlife-rich territory, a bird-watching paradise, and key sanctuary for frigate birds. Snorkel the shallow reefs at the protected Isla Iguana Bay. Free time for swimming and snorkelling. You will see lots of colorful tropical fish, Morey Eels, Rays and even turtles swimming in the warm Pacific waters. On land you will spot crabs and iguanas. The wildlife refuge of Isla Iguana was founded in 1981 and includes over 50 hectare of land and water. The island is a snorkeling and diving paradise as it has the biggest area of well-preserved coral reefs in the Gulf of Panama with 17 different coral species, more than 350 tropical fishes and over 200 species of invertebrates.

PLAYA MUERTO/PANAMA

Day

6

PLAYA MUERTO/PANAMA

Optional excursion in the Darien National park. We are then welcomed by Embera Indians, one of the 7 indigenous groups living in Panama. They are proud and very friendly and known for their beautiful handicrafts and well preserved traditions. We return to ship for lunch and sail to Panama City Flamenco Marina.

PANAMA CITY - PANAMA CANAL TRANSIT

Day

7

PANAMA CITY - PANAMA CANAL TRANSIT

Morning Optional Panama City tour. Discover the old Panama City, Casco Viejo, its architecture, cathedrals and historical buildings. We return to the ship for lunch, and the ship is positioned at the Canal entrance for the Canal transit starting at 17.00 pm. We reach and cross the Pedro Miguel and Miraflores Locks before we enter the Gatun Lake and cross the Gatun Locks.

COLON - COLON 2000 PORT/PANAMA

Day

8

COLON - COLON 2000 PORT/PANAMA

Disembarkation at 9:00 am after breakfast.

Panorama

Length:

53

Berths:

49

Cabins:

24

Price includes

Accommodation in double or twin cabins with private SH/WC & air conditioning.
Full-board: Buffet breakfast and two meals daily, including a Welcome Cocktail, a local Theme Evening , fun BBQ (weather permitting) and Captain’s Dinner.
Regular (filter) coffee, tea and drinking water free all day.
Use of fishing and snorkeling equipment (subject to availability).
English-Speaking Cruise Escort.

Price does not includes

Beverages (except those mentioned above).
Shore excursions on the islands or other land arrangements.
Crew tips.
Passenger personal expenses such as Wi-Fi (available at charge)

Start

Duration

Finish

Availability

Price / Person

21 January 2023

Colon (Panama)

8 Days / 7 Nights

29 January 2023

Puerto Caldera (Costa Rica)

Available

from $2,318

28 January 2023

Puerto Caldera (Costa Rica)

8 Days / 7 Nights

05 February 2023

Colon (Panama)

Available

from $2,318

15 March 2023

Puerto Caldera (Costa Rica)

8 Days / 7 Nights

23 March 2023

Colon (Panama)

Available

from $2,318

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