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  1. 1. Share 0 More Next Blog» Create Blog Sign InHuber Adventure in PanamaThursday, August 30, 2012 Facebook Badge Lita Sandoval HuberStarting cruise charter in Panama Deserted island in San Blas Create Your Badge Panamá has a lot to offer! Im still trying to adjust to the heat here (102 degrees a Followerscouple days ago = hot, muggy and truly uncomfortable). Y would think that after a ou year (can you believe that?!) we or I should say I, have acclimated to the weather. , Moving from LA to Seattle back in 1995, I say its easier to acclimate from hot tocold. But, Im sure I could be wrong or just my body is different here. Im suppose to train for a 1/2 marathon in October and should be at 8 miles...hmmm... Well, all I can say is I cannot wait to finish. Blog Archive ▼ 2012 (6) San Blas: Beautiful calmwaters ▼ August (1) Starting cruise charter in Panama ► July (1) ► May (2) ► March (2) ► 2011 (16) About the Hubers Kamila Cheyenne Huber Isla Contadora (Pearl Islands) View my complete profile Well, this particular blog is suppose to be about the sailing charter business Chrisand I are running. Things always seem easier on paper than they are in real life - orso the saying goes. Probably true here as well, but also many joys and rare moments of being in the zone have led me to believe that our efforts and investments are starting to pay off. Too many owners, partners have come and gone -- and thousands of dollars later and by staying the course, we have come to enjoy , promoting these fantastic cruises around Panamass 3 incredible Archipelagos - The San Blas, Pearl Islands, and Bocas Del Toro. converted by
  2. 2. After falling in love with sailing in the San Blas Islands back in early 2011. Chris was gung-ho about chartering here, that I had to see for myself. I was NOT disappointed. Back in September 2011, we met George and Melinda and Josh on their catamaran Southern Belle (check our blog on San Blas). It is through thisrelationship that captain George and his 42 catamaran yacht have since come to be one of several cornerstone vessel options within the Y Latina framework. acht Well, a year now and we are still so fascinated with the Guna Y (formerly known ala as the Kuna Y but their language has no "k" sound). Im still collecting the big ala, seashells and the molas from San Blas. Can never have enough I say. Kami buying a bracelet froma Guna Y mom ala Guna Y typical home alaAnyway, my enjoyment also comes from planning peoples trips and to those from out of town or locals - I like making their first time visiting the islands the best trip possible. I field the inquiries, and manage the bookings, emails, contacts, and arranging of provisions. Sometimes this means waking up at 3:30 AM and being in the city by 5 AM so I can avoid city traffic. That trip, although dark, is cool. The diablo rojos (buses) are all lit up like Christmas trees. So cool.. I should blog about that next.... Chris proud of this baby! converted by
  3. 3. Salad, soup or entrée? Anyway, my countless trips to the city for shopping and meeting and greeting some guests have racked up thousands of kilometers on my car....Which has been a very good car to handle this much driving. We have a website, http://www which is designed to be a focalpoint in our marketing engine. That is Chris side job is to manage the site updates, pictures, postings, and schedules. We also happen to live in a lovely expat community, playa coronado, where many of our friends and their families have also had the pleasure of cruising on one of our yachts, thus expanding the yacht latina fan club.We recently expanded our yacht fleet to 7 vessels in order to provide our clients witha richer menu of sailing and cruising options all around Panama. These vessels andtheir captains have come from all around the world to bathe in the tranquility of thetropic seas surrounding Panama. San Blas Sunset Pearl Islands: Whale watching! converted by
  4. 4. Sunset Paddle boardingThese are some photo examples our guests have taken while on their trips. Erics lancha in San Blas S is for Starfish Which way? in Bocas If you have yet to set sail with Y Latina cruises, then now is the time. Sept - achtDec is lovely and the dry season is just around the corner. I do encourage those thatlive in Panama to at least try a couple nights sail. The waters are typically calm both during sail and at anchor. And the early morning pick up to start a cruise is well worth sitting on a hammock on your very own island (if you are lucky).The schedule and times are posted on our website. If you want to reach me directly: Cheers! Lita Huber converted by
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