Almost Spring | Panama to Cabo
February 25rd – March 15th, 2018
Depart: La Playita Marina, Panama City, Panama
Arrive: IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Length: 19 days, 18 nights
Focus: Adventure Sailing, Upwind and downwind offshore sail training
Early Bird Price: $2650/£1965 for 1st 4 places
We’ll depart Panama and punch out of the doldrums up the west coast of South America, crossing the dreaded Gulf of Tehuantepec before arriving in Cabo San Lucas. We’re en route to Hawaii for a rendezvous with science, so we’ll be moving fast. The crew will get a chance to gain some serious Ocean miles in the Pacific, and up a coastline that is rich in fish and birds – maybe you’ll even get to catch a tuna!
If you’re interested in going through the Panama Canal, you can join us in Colon for the transit then continue on to Cabo.
The combined cost for doing so;
Trip Price; $2532/£1880 – Discount applied
Early Bird Price; $2890/£2142 – Discount applied
This trip can count as a qualifying RYA Ocean Yachtmaster passage – contact us to discuss!
Eric Loss – Skipper
Eric has been Captain on board Sea Dragon since January 2013 and he loves to facilitate the understanding of and connection to the sea for all of those who come on board.
Shanley McEntee – First Mate
With a degree in Environmental Policy and Marine Science, Shanley continues to explore the world and the different issues mother earth faces. She’s full time with Sea Dragon as First Mate since January of 2013.
February 25: Crew join the vessel at 1600 in Panama City, Panama – safety briefings, introductions, move in and Dinner
February 26: Clear Customs, depart for Cabo San Lucas
February 27 – March 13: Underway to Cabo San Lucas
March 14: Guests can depart from Vessel from 0900
– 18 nights accommodation on Sea Dragon
– All meals, snacks, and drinks on board
– Sailing Instruction
– Safety equipment and foul weather gear
Contribution does not include:
– Transportation to and from Panama and Mexico
– Transportation to and from the boat
– Additional nights spent ashore
– Personal expenses while in port
All crew members will require a passport from their home country that will allow them to travel to and from Panama and Mexico. Please look into the specific type of visa you need for arriving at these destinations by sea: www.travel.state.gov/visa.