SPEED BOAT VERSUS SAILING THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS

SPEED BOAT VERSUS SAILING THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS

More than likely you’ve never heard of the San Blas Islands or maybe you have. There are so many exotic and beautiful island locations around the world that most have never heard of, i.e., Mauritius Island near Madagascar, etc. I could go on and on. I guarantee you though, if you are a bona fide jet setter, you’ve heard of the San Blas Islands, Mauritius and the whole lot around the planet. However, jet setter or not and you’ve never heard of the San Blas Islands (or have) and happen to be a speed boat and/or sailing enthusiast, heads up on what you need to know about this beautiful geographic playground and water way when it comes to speed boating and/or sailing.

 

SPEED BOAT VERSUS SAILING THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS

 

The San Blas Islands consists of about 365 islands and cays of which 49 are majorly inhabited islands. The islands are located off the north coast of the Isthmus of Panama, east of the Panama Canal. As home to the Guna people, the islands are a part of the Comarca Guna Yala along the Caribbean coast of Panama.

Let’s not assume jet setter or not, that your geography is up to par and you know where Panama or the Panama Canal is located, or have any idea of who the Guna people are, or the significance of the Comarca Guna Yala. Panama is a country on the isthmus {a narrow strip of land with sea on either side, forming a link between two larger areas of land} linking Central and South America. The Panama Canal is an extraordinary feat of human engineering. The canal cuts through its center, linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans as an essential shipping route. It is a conduit for maritime trade permitting shippers of commercial goods, from automobiles to grain to trade expediently.

San Blas Islands and its surrounding area are considered a haven for ecotourism due to the pristine condition of its environment and very popular for mostly sailing due to its pristine and clear waters and lack of hurricanes, environmental consideration. However, there is some concern the islands will be uninhabitable due to sea-level rise late this century.

Nevertheless, the San Blas Islands are the perfect location for an island vacation trip with the capacity to hop from island to island whether via speed boat or sailing. The name San Blas was given by the Panamanian government because the region was located in and bordering the Golfo de San Blas. Comarca Kuna Yal is the official name of the San Blas area. The Guna Indians are the native people, a small and proud community.

Vacationers whether speed boaters or sailers have water recreational options from speed boating to sailing. Whatever suits you best for a San Blas Islands getaway? Sailing the San Blas Islands’ waters is romantic and leisure, sailing the waters between Panama and Columbia experiencing life on the sea with people from all around the world via an array of sailboat leasing and rentals with captains to support. But for the vacationer or super jet setter looking for muscle power and a sexy thrill of life in the fast lane, speed boating may be the choice also supported by leasing and rentals.

Island hopping, breaking bread with the toast of your best libation can be satisfied and achieved via either choice– Speed Boating or Sailing. It really comes down to whether the experience in the San Blas Islands you desire is slow, leisured, relaxed and gentle in sync with the Zen of the islands’ environment and tradition, or fast and sexy with a beautiful mate port side gliding and bouncing across the waves with the need for speed. Either choice will be the ultimate experience in one of the most beautiful geographic locations on the planet.

More than likely you’ve never heard of the San Blas Islands or maybe you have. There are so many exotic and beautiful island locations around the world that most have never heard of, i.e., Mauritius Island near Madagascar, etc. I could go on and on. I guarantee you though, if you are a bona fide jet setter, you’ve heard of the San Blas Islands, Mauritius and the whole lot around the planet. However, jet setter or not and you’ve never heard of the San Blas Islands (or have) and happen to be a speed boat and/or sailing enthusiast, heads up on what you need to know about this beautiful geographic playground and water way when it comes to speed boating and/or sailing.

 

SPEED BOAT VERSUS SAILING THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS

 

The San Blas Islands consists of about 365 islands and cays of which 49 are majorly inhabited islands. The islands are located off the north coast of the Isthmus of Panama, east of the Panama Canal. As home to the Guna people, the islands are a part of the Comarca Guna Yala along the Caribbean coast of Panama.

Let’s not assume jet setter or not, that your geography is up to par and you know where Panama or the Panama Canal is located, or have any idea of who the Guna people are, or the significance of the Comarca Guna Yala. Panama is a country on the isthmus {a narrow strip of land with sea on either side, forming a link between two larger areas of land} linking Central and South America. The Panama Canal is an extraordinary feat of human engineering. The canal cuts through its center, linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans as an essential shipping route. It is a conduit for maritime trade permitting shippers of commercial goods, from automobiles to grain to trade expediently.

San Blas Islands and its surrounding area are considered a haven for ecotourism due to the pristine condition of its environment and very popular for mostly sailing due to its pristine and clear waters and lack of hurricanes, environmental consideration. However, there is some concern the islands will be uninhabitable due to sea-level rise late this century.

Nevertheless, the San Blas Islands are the perfect location for an island vacation trip with the capacity to hop from island to island whether via speed boat or sailing. The name San Blas was given by the Panamanian government because the region was located in and bordering the Golfo de San Blas. Comarca Kuna Yal is the official name of the San Blas area. The Guna Indians are the native people, a small and proud community.

Vacationers whether speed boaters or sailers have water recreational options from speed boating to sailing. Whatever suits you best for a San Blas Islands getaway? Sailing the San Blas Islands’ waters is romantic and leisure, sailing the waters between Panama and Columbia experiencing life on the sea with people from all around the world via an array of sailboat leasing and rentals with captains to support. But for the vacationer or super jet setter looking for muscle power and a sexy thrill of life in the fast lane, speed boating may be the choice also supported by leasing and rentals.

Island hopping, breaking bread with the toast of your best libation can be satisfied and achieved via either choice– Speed Boating or Sailing. It really comes down to whether the experience in the San Blas Islands you desire is slow, leisured, relaxed and gentle in sync with the Zen of the islands’ environment and tradition, or fast and sexy with a beautiful mate port side gliding and bouncing across the waves with the need for speed. Either choice will be the ultimate experience in one of the most beautiful geographic locations on the planet.

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