Boat

One World

One World – Sailing between Panama & Colombia – $550pp

Live the NAME

Come aboard One World and have the adventure of a life time! She is a custom built 64′ brigantine schooner and is the smallest tall ship in the world. You will have an opportunity to get sailing experience, relaxing hammock lounging time and snorkel beautiful living reefs. You will also get to see some of the most beautiful undiscovered beaches and islands this world has to offer.Lovely big old fashioned sailing ship but in very good order and spacious for the number of guests. They can take 11 people, they have four big double beds and three single beds. Young, fun crew and one of the more unique boats doing the trip. They frequently get good reviews, especially about the rope swing! and laid back atmosphere. One of the better trips, back from a journey around the Caribbean. 5 days 2-.5 in the San Blas. Usually books out in advance.

The Captain

Name: Rachele
Nationality: American

The Boat

Type: 64ft Brigantine Steel
Number of Passengers: Up to 11 ppl

What is Included

Rope swing off the yard arm
Snorkeling
Games: One World is well stocked with board games and fun activities to play with large groups.
Beach Bonfire: One night during the tour
Exploring the Islands
We do yoga on the beaches
Learning How to Sail
Fishing, Spear Fishing and Lobster Snaring
Art and Beach Jewelry
Knot Tying and Weaving: The crew has extensive knot tying skills and is more than willing to spend some time teaching the art of knots to anyone interested in this old school sailors past time.
Not included
Snacks and alcoholic beverages

Departure and arrival information

The trip is between Cartagena (Colombia) – Carti (Panama)

Price and payment

Get this trip for $550pp. All inclusive.
Note: Alcohol is not included in the price of some tours, but we do sell it on board. Cold beer is $1.50, mixed drinks are $2, and wine is $3.

Do not forget

– Sunscreen
– Seasickness pills, most of the captains recommend Dramamine
– Snacks
– etc

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