3 DAY – 3 NIGHT
BUDGET FRIENDLY SHARED CHARTERS
Traveling on a budget but still want the once in a lifetime experience of island hopping in the archipelago of San Blas? Then this incredibly priced shared charter package is perfect for you! It will give you the opportunity to experience three amazing days of sailing through paradise while forging new friendships with fellow adventurers.
Cost of the trip: The price of the trip is set by the captains of each boat and is the same no matter where you book. Prices typically range between 495 and 580 USD per person depending on the boat as well as cabin preference. Prices may also vary depending on the season, so please contact us for exact pricing information.
Finalize Reservation: If you would like to confirm a reservation, please send us a readable photo of all passenger’s passports either via email or on WhatsApp. We will then send you a request for the 65 usd per person deposit which will secure your booking. The remainder of the payment will be paid in cash to the captain when you get to the boat. Please note that your spots cannot be saved until you have sent readable copies of all passenger’s passports and paid the 65 usd per person deposit.
For the entire trip your accommodation will be your designated berth on the boat, which may be a single or double bunk, in a shared dorm or private cabin. There is limited availability of private double cabins and you can book a specific bed based on availability. If you are not given the specific bed that you reserved, it is important to inform the crew. This is likely just a mix-up and can only be resolved at the start of the trip.
You will be sharing a relatively small space with people you may have just met, so please be flexible and considerate.
Single travelers may be required to share a double bed with another passenger. If this is a concern for you, please advise us before completing your booking.
Some boats use the salon area for additional sleeping, usually at a discounted price. Though it’s not as private, the salon has good airflow and is a good option for those concerned with seasickness or claustrophobia.
On some boats the crew may sleep outside on mattresses or in the common areas. They often prefer to be outside to keep an eye on the weather conditions and hear any changes in the wind. Please respect this as their sleeping area.