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The hammock in the San Blas Islands

The hammock in the San Blas Islands

Every time we go to visit some of the Kuna families we know on their islands we find someone rocking on a hammock. We like to visit them when we anchor at one of the 365 islands that make up the San Blas Islands of Panama. It’s […]

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Sailing San Blas & eating octopus, a good match

Sailing San Blas & eating octopus, a good match

Sailing San Blas, delicious! This is one of our favorite dish on Pantalasa when sailing San Blas Islands. We keep fixing and savouring it very often on board. Luckily, we find almost all the ingredients in the San Blas Islands: octopus, potatoes, sea salt, extra virgin olive oil […]

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San Blas Islands treasures

San Blas Islands treasures

The beautiful ‘Sand Dollars’ are a kind of sea urchin or starfish that lives in shallow seawater and eat small sea creatures on the ocean floor. Sand dollars can be found in the Atlantic coast from North Carolina to Venezuela. On a sailing trip around the stunning […]

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San Blas time, and the livin’ is easy

San Blas time, and the livin’ is easy

A recent guest sent us these touching lines, after having spent some days sailing San Blas on our sailboat. He allowed us to publish it on our blog and we are now grateful for sharing it with you. Thanks Julián Sanmartín. Last month I sailed on Pantalasa, a […]

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Songs from San Blas Islands

Songs from San Blas Islands

The Kuna oral literature in the San Blas Islands basically consists of songs. They are mainly magical, epic, lyrical and popular songs. It is said, according to the Kuna tradition , that their magic songs belong to the singers. They are the owners of the songs and only allow […]

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Sailing San Blas

Sailing San Blas

The inhabitants from the San Blas Islands must necessarily get around on their “ulus” (Kuna word for canoe). As a result of this circumstance, they have achieved great skills when sailing San Blas on their patched-sail canoes. It is absolutely remarkable to see them sailing with these […]

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Why sailing San Blas?

Why  sailing San Blas?

San Blas has more than 300 little gem-like islands that make a perfect setting for all your dreams of a Caribbean paradise. The San Blas islands have been selected as “one of the two best sailing destinations in the world”, according to the Cruising World and Le […]

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Cooking & Sailing San Blas

Cooking & Sailing San Blas

Time to cook in San Blas! Today we are going to try a delicious Kuna meal: cambombia (conch) stew with yucca and onion on coconut rice. Another good reason for sailing San Blas! First thing we need to do is to build a fire with the materials […]

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Reef life in San Blas Islands

Reef life in San Blas Islands

We have had a wonderful time sailing through San Blas Islands with a group of people from Barcelona and one of them, Raimon Quintana, has sent us this personal reflexion that we want to share with you. We hope you like it: “When I was a kid, […]

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Love sailing San Blas

Love sailing San Blas

There is a risk of getting used to beauty, when living and sailing in a place like San Blas. The dream islands, clouds, blues of the water, hundreds of them, water life, sunsets, brightest stars, everything that surrounds us is beautiful and keeps changing with a little […]

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