A charming 50 foot sail schooner of classic lines, model Eole, built in France in 1990. Her hull and structural features provide this boat with a highly safe & very comfortable navigation in the turquoise waters of the San Blas Islands.

Our sailboat is fully equipped and comfortably accommodates up to 6 guests plus crew in two double-bed cabins and two twin-single bed cabins. On deck the yacht has a large cockpit and spacious areas to relax. A perfect vessel for sailing San Blas and the Caribbean surrounding Panama!

Technical Details

Boat type: Monohull sailboat, model Eole 50, built in France
Year: 1990, refit 2012.
Length: 50ft / 14,82m
Beam: 12,6ft / 3,85m
Draft: 5,9ft / 1,80m
Engine: Solé 62 Hp

Navigation & Electronics

GPS, Automatic Pilot, Plotter, VHF, Radar, Solar Panels, Wind Generator, HIFI Sound System


Gests: 6 + 2 crew
Double-bed cabins: 2
Two-bed cabins: 2
Bath: 1
Kitchen: 1
Fuel: 300 lt. / 80 gl.
Water tanks: 450 lt / 119 gl.

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Nacho Olozaga Born in the Canary Islands, Spain. His love and passion for the sea go back to his childhood in the refreshing waters of the Atlantic Ocean. For more than 20 years Ignacio has been devoted to navigation, sailing charters and boat deliveries. He founded Zanzan Charters, a yacht charter company, to pass on his passion for sailing to others and to share with them the nicest places in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Sea, as well as the ultimate adventure of the Altantic crossing which he has completed several times. He speaks Spanish and English.

San Blas sailing

Judit Benach Born in Barcelona, Spain. She discovered the pleasure of sailing many years ago and it meant for her the beginning of a new stage in her life, so much so that she left her beloved Barcelona to sail the Mediterranean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Now she is devoted to Caribbean sailing charters and the San Blas Islands of Panama. Since discovering the San Blas Islands, Ignacio & Judit spend most of the year sailing San Blas now with sailing charter guests. She speaks Spanish, English and German.