“Lets sail to Colombia”
No joke, my first reaction to Brian’s suggestion was “are you %^&*(ing kidding me?” Mostly because, if you know me well, you know that boats and I have a bad history. It was an idea that completely terrified me. Sailing my very first passage. So, of course, I agreed.
Brian is a sailor. A very good one at that. So I completely trusted his judgement and his decision to use [Sailing One World].
I decided not to read any reviews of the trips and boats that take the same trip, via the San Blas Islands, to Colombia. Which, in my part, was a very wise decision. Some of these boats seem like they either screw over young backpackers or are filled with inexperience.
Not true with Sailing One World. They are incredible.
They may be new to the business, but I can wholeheartedly say that they are 100% the best boat you could take. IN YOUR FACE Lonely Planet.
The crew is young, fun, good cooks, wine drinkers (not while sailing dummies), and completely professional. Their boat, is stunning as you will see from the pictures.
I could go pages talking about the trip. But, lets just say that I will never forget such a memorable experience. I enjoyed every minute, made some absolutely amazing friends and didn’t vomit ONCE!
Also, the things I was able to see. I can’t believe my luck when I look at these pictures and realize I was able to see one of the most beautiful islands and sunsets I have ever laid eyes on.
From the moment we left Portobelo to the time we arrived in Cartagena, Colombia, it was all pretty magical.
Sailing One World.