IN THE WAKE OF THE SPANISH ARMADAS

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Itinerary & Ports

In the Wake of the Spanish Armadas

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Feb 1 Sat
6:00 PM
 
Feb 2 Sun
At Sea
Feb 3 Mon
7:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Feb 4 Tue
8:00 AM
3:30 PM
 
Feb 5 Wed
At Sea
Feb 6 Thu
12:00 PM
5:30 PM
 
Feb 7 Fri
6:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Feb 8 Sat
At Sea
Feb 9 Sun
8:00 AM
7:59 AM
 
Feb 10 Mon
7:00 AM
 
SAT FEB 1
TO 6:00 PM Oranjestad

day 1 Oranjestad, Aruba


Oranjestad, Aruba
Known for having some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, this Dutch port makes it easy to just … take it easy. Walk through town to choose your favorite carved wooden door, or spend the day like the Arubans do playing dominos at a beachside table. 
MON FEB 3
7:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Santa Marta

day 3 Santa Marta, Colombia


Santa Marta, Colombia
Romantic Santa Marta has it all: history (Colombia’s oldest city), natural beauty (from gentle bays and beaches to the highest coastal mountain range in the world), and its very own celebrity. Simon Bolivar  (“The Liberator”) is known as the George Washington of South America, and this was his Mount Vernon. Visit his beautiful estate or head to one of  the two UNESCO Biosphere Reserves nearby.  
TUE FEB 4
8:00 AM TO 3:30 PM Cartegena

day 4 Cartagena, Colombia


Cartagena, Colombia
Welcome to the sparkling city of Cartagena, where the gold and jewels of the Spanish Main awaited shipment across the Atlantic. No pirate could resist, nor will you be able to when you visit this historic city. The Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is surrounded by 400-year-old walls and contains a plethora of churches, fortresses, and restored colonial mansions. Outside the walls are more treasures: Climb the massive Castillo de San Felipe to investigate its maze of hidden tunnels, or shop for the perfect emerald.
THU FEB 6
12:00 PM TO 5:30 PM Bocas del Toro

day 6 Bocas del Toro, Panama


Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro on Bastimentos island was visited by Columbus in 1502 and then built up with colorful and Caribbean-style clapboard houses by the United Fruit Company in the early 20th century.   Situated on the beautiful Bocas del Toro archipelago, the laid-back and friendly community is a great combination of races and ethnicities living harmoniously. West Indians, Latinos and Extraneros (the resident gringos) make this an easy place to feel right at home and embrace the relaxed Caribbean vibe of the town. Not far from town is the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, as well as two national parks, La Amistad and many banana plantations. We will anchor at Red Frog Marina, considered to have the finest beaches of Panama.
FRI FEB 7
6:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Puerto Limón/Moin

day 7 Puerto Limón/Moin, Costa Rica


Puerto Limón/Moin, Costa Rica
As the most important port of Costa Rica, Puerto Limon has a long history dating back to when Columbus landed here in 1502. Used initially for exporting bananas and grains, Puerto Limon is now more famous for its cashews and its unique architecture. This area is well known also for it amazing national parks, pristine beaches and fun surf. Parque Vargas offers an impressive view over the Atlantic and Veragua Rainforest Park includes the largest indoor nocturnal frog exhibit.
SUN FEB 9
8:00 AM TO 7:59 AM Gatun Lake

day 9 Gatun Lake


Gatun Lake
Gatun Lake is almost 21 miles of the Panama Canal water passage and permits ship transit in both directions between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans. This man-made lake was created in 1913, was, at that time, the largest man-made lake in the world. Gatun Lakes other important role is that it also serves as the reservoir of water for the canal locks.
MON FEB 10
7:00 AM TO Colón

day 10 Colón, Panama


Colón, Panama
Explore the inner workings of the Panama Canal, head into the jungle to meet with Embera Indians, or take an aerial tram ride through the rainforest canopy. 

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