San Blas Private Charter
Holidays are sacred!
Allow us to treat you to a San Blas Islands journey – and an unforgettable catamaran expérience.
Picture it: Waking up each morning to a beautiful new island and enjoying the stunning view. Recline in your breakfast chair just above warm, turquoise water and lounge in the sun. Enjoy the quiet or the company of your friends, without others to worry about on this cozy charter. You can even jump into the waters for a swim!
Even the best hotels or the biggest cruise ship will never be able to compare. With this San-Blas private charter, we propose real vacations.
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You can even customize the specifications for your vacation. Want to enjoy your trip on a monohull or multihull catamaran in San-Blas? Which size? How much does it cost? How does a private charter work? What is included in the “all-inclusive” pass? How many options do you have to choose from? All the answers are here.
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FuckinBueno, Ipanama 58
Yachts Type: Power Catamaran
6 double cabins, 6 Bathrooms
Formule: All inclusive with captain and cook
Welcome to this generous power-cat. With a 360-degree view from her fly bridge, we can proudly say Fuckin-Bueno is the best view of San Blas! This catamaran offers space for a big group with 6 highly spacious cabins. There’s no better way to admire the shallow sea and San Blas islands than with this all-inclusive private charter, fully manned with an expert crew.
Onatigle, Salina 48
Yacht Type: sailing catamaran
4 Double Cabins & 1 single, 4 Bathrooms
Formule: All inclusive with captain & cook
This beautiful catamaran will bring you to the heavenly San Blas Islands in comfort and privacy. As a private cruise, options are available “à la carte.” With included on the basic plan a personal chef just for you, so, you can sit back and relax as the captain guides you through the beauty of Latin American waters.
Gitano del Mar Lagoon 52
Yacht Type: Sailing Catamaran
4 Double Cabins, 4 Bathrooms
Formule: All inclusive with captain & cook
This beautiful boat has been totally refited during the 2020 lockdown. This sailing catamaran is ready to bring you on a day or week trip to San Blas.
Customized destinations are also possible on this private charter boat
Why cruising San-Blas with a Catamaran ?
San-Blas is composed of 370 different beautiful islands, boasting of white sand and coconut trees, all surrounded by crystalline water. Whether you’re lounging on the beach or gliding through the water, the beauty is impossible to miss. So why not enjoy an even more immersive experience?
Don’t isolate yourself to one island experience – get them all! A San Blas catamaran private charter offers a comfortable, speedy way to navigate between all of the San Blas Islands for maximum luxury. The fun doesn’t stop there. On-board a catamaran, you can:
- Laze on the front nets
- Admire the view from on-deck or underneath the cockpit shade
- Drink cocktails on the flybridge couch
- Enjoy large cabins and private bathrooms
- Trust in our top-notch security and guided expertise
- Enjoy total privacy and ample space to relax
KUNA CULTURE of GUNA YALA (PANAMA)
San-Blas (or Guna Yala) is unique, being the only province of Panama exclusively administered and populated by its indigenous people. This has allowed them to preserve their culture and customs beautifully.
The Kuna people of San-Blas even honor and stay true to their ancestral practices of fishing, hunting, and living off the land. You can find their stories, histories, and the spirit of their people transposed into intricate tattoos, beautiful clothing, and fantastical paintings.
With our San-Blas private charter, you can enjoy a glimpse of this yourself and learn more about these thriving cultures.
San Blas, Panama, is one of the best-preserved havens for nature found anywhere in the world. You can enjoy extraordinary snorkeling in crystal-clear waters. The sea wildlife is rich and wonderful to observe. The Kuna people fish with respect for their environment and provide fresh, tasty meals directly from the sea to your plate.
This makes it a perfect vacation destination to visit by charter boat – and even better by private catamaran. Strip away modern trappings and plainly appreciate the amazing environment found all around in a catamaran San-Blas trip.
Choose a private charter to San-Blas and enjoy your best vacation ever.
DISCOVER THE MATRIARCHAL CULTURE AND ANCESTRAL TRADITIONS OF SAN-BLAS DURING YOUR VACATION
Welcome in Guna yala (known as San-Blas islands) if you ask yourself what can look like a matriarchal community, you should meet the Kuna people. Let me introduce you to one of the few feminist societies of this planet: San Blas.
Kuna people is at the beginning a mix between Mayas and Indians of Amazonia. With the arrival of the European inviders they moved from the jungle to the San-Blas islands where they established themselves. They are a matriarchal society. It s may be cliche but it s a fact than their women society is a lot more open minded than the classical patriarchal one.
First of all, people of Guna Yala have no idea about what is feminism or matriarchal society, they just live like that since ever. Women never had to fight to have a place and live in real harmony with Male and nature. Women are free to make up, shave or not, wear traditional clothes or not, and breastfeeding where they want because the traditional way of life Kuna, protect them from the sexualization of the women body.
KUNA THIRD GENDER
As open minded persons, the San-Blas people also let the kids free to choose their gender without any pression. So it’s common to see the ones that the Kunas call Omeggid, what literally mean “like a woman” in the village. This men wear clothes, act and work like the other women of the kuna community. Most of the time male become female, the inverse is really rare, but when it happens, the Guna Yala community accept it the same way.
What we call ‘third gender’ is just completely normal in San-Blas. When a boy show tendencies to act as a women, the family naturally accepts and allows him to grow up as he want. Most of the time they do sewing Molas as work and as the others women, they take decisions. You have to understand that It’s not about tolerance, cause tolerance mean that something is not normal, it’s just about being who you wanted to be. And it’s interesting to see this from our American and European point of view, because the Guna Yala people live it really naturally, when the third gender always bring polemics in our societies. This acceptation is a specificity of San Blas and it’s not the same in Panama.
How to make Molas Click here!
OPEN MINDED KUNA RELIGION
As the Albinism (San Blas is the highest rate of albinism in the world and albinos people are sacred for Kunas), the third gender also have a specific place in Guna mythology, Wigudum was a leader and also one of the three children of God, and was half men and half women. Hunting the day time and sawing the evening. It’s important to understand that for GunaYala people Fishing and hunting is considered as the same value than cooking sewing or looking after children: the Gunas do not consider what we call women’s labour to be less important and it’s an important step for equality. (If you want to read more about tradition in San-Blas you can read our article on GunaYala way of life and kuna culture)
ANCESTRAL GUNA YALA WAY OF LIFE
So, the women decide for almost everything but are rarely chef or politics. They let this kind of work to men. They prefer working the extraordinary art of sewing Molas (that also, what bring the better income in the family) when a man become an husband, he move from his parent house to the one of his wife, most of the time the men are fisherman and sale their fishing to the tourists to bring back money home, even before the arrival of tourism they were doing the same with pirates and other boats coming from europe. When the couple have their first childs, they raise them in respect of tradition and if the baby is a little girl the whole village make a big ceremony to celebrate the venue of a new women in the community, an other really important Kuna ceremony is also made when a girl pass from teenager to adult, and at the death of the mother, the heritage of land and house will be share between the daughters of the couple. If you want to learn more about Kuna people, traditions of Guna Yala and albinism in San Blas islands you can read our article about the Kuna culture and their history, you will learn more interesting fact about this surprising community before to visit them.