SAIL FROM COLOMBIA To PANAMA

When I woke up its 5 am and I can see that the sun is rising. I feel like I had barely slept and that means I spend my first night in the open of the ocean. The journey was so fantastic and this was my first-time experience spending time in the open ocean. But if I would have known how amazing the experience would be, I would have done it little sooner. So based on my this journey, I would like to tell some reasons to sail Colombia to Panama.

It may seem crazy to spend five days with 15 strangers, sharing one little bathroom. You can’t even take a proper shower because of limitation of fresh water. Besides, We had the alternate and it somehow just worked, we started our days by a jump into the ocean to feel amazed. Too much far away from the town, no noise, no phone calls, just fun. And as we sailed from one beautiful destination to the next, the captain sails this boat into your home.

Boat trip Panama/Colombia

 

I must say the cook was so amazing on the boat. I have never had such good food three times in a day on any other trip. We ate toast, fruits, Fresh Octopus, noodles, pasta, and fresh lobster. The food was really amazing and seemed never ending.

After spending many hours together we had become a little family included with the crew. We lough, We eat together, Dancing into the night etc.

I remember that 24 hours we spent crossing the ocean to make our way to the next destination. I drugged myself at this point. These 24 hours of rocking waves got to everyone. This wasn’t a glamorous vocation. Yet, all the hardship, struggles and discomforts paid off. That night the mother nature again dazzled with all her beauty. We saw the clean and sunny day from one end of the horizon to the other. The waves crashing from the boat like big stones.

I would have sat there for hours on that last night but due to the bad weather. In the end, this would be my most adventures and memorable experiences of my life came to an end. The next day the captain of the boat told us all is well now and we felt such a sense of relief. I imagine the early explorers could relate to the feeling of finally seeing land. We survived the crossing and were about to part ways. It was beautiful and distressing all at the same time.

When I woke up its 5 am and I can see that the sun is rising. I feel like I had barely slept and that means I spend my first night in the open of the ocean. The journey was so fantastic and this was my first-time experience spending time in the open ocean. But if I would have known how amazing the experience would be, I would have done it little sooner. So based on my this journey, I would like to tell some reasons to sail Colombia to Panama.

It may seem crazy to spend five days with 15 strangers, sharing one little bathroom. You can’t even take a proper shower because of limitation of fresh water. Besides, We had the alternate and it somehow just worked, we started our days by a jump into the ocean to feel amazed. Too much far away from the town, no noise, no phone calls, just fun. And as we sailed from one beautiful destination to the next, the captain sails this boat into your home.

Boat trip Panama/Colombia

 

I must say the cook was so amazing on the boat. I have never had such good food three times in a day on any other trip. We ate toast, fruits, Fresh Octopus, noodles, pasta, and fresh lobster. The food was really amazing and seemed never ending.

After spending many hours together we had become a little family included with the crew. We lough, We eat together, Dancing into the night etc.

I remember that 24 hours we spent crossing the ocean to make our way to the next destination. I drugged myself at this point. These 24 hours of rocking waves got to everyone. This wasn’t a glamorous vocation. Yet, all the hardship, struggles and discomforts paid off. That night the mother nature again dazzled with all her beauty. We saw the clean and sunny day from one end of the horizon to the other. The waves crashing from the boat like big stones.

I would have sat there for hours on that last night but due to the bad weather. In the end, this would be my most adventures and memorable experiences of my life came to an end. The next day the captain of the boat told us all is well now and we felt such a sense of relief. I imagine the early explorers could relate to the feeling of finally seeing land. We survived the crossing and were about to part ways. It was beautiful and distressing all at the same time.

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