White sandy beaches, coconut palms leaning over the turquoise water, deserted islands surrounded by magnificent corral reefs, indigenous Indians in their canoes filled with lobsters:
It is not without reason that San Blas belongs to one of the "last paradises" on our planet. In the untouched island world of the Kuna-Indians, 365 islands are awaiting your exploration.
In 1533 the Spanish explorer Pedro de Heredia discovered the beautiful Islands and bays of today's Cartagena de Indias, which over the centuries has grown to become one of the most significant and most beautiful cities in the Caribbean.
The joy of life here in this cosmopolitan melting pot is addictive to both indigenous people as well as visitors from around the world. Here you can expect a unique mixture of Caribbean friendliness accompanied by merenge, the warm sounds of salsa, a historic city center, and crystal clear water. The perfect start to an adventurous discovery into an almost undiscovered Sailing Area.
The details of the yachts below are indicative. The specifications (including the number of berths, cabins and heads) of Cartagena Sailing's yachts may vary. Please confirm the details with Cartagena Sailing.