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Setting sail from Puerto Caldera
Panama: Pearl Islands
Panama: Coiba Island
Costa Rica: Golfito
Costa Rica: Golfo Dulce
Seldom visited by tourists, the lush and humid Golfo Dulce is home to Piedras Blanca National Park, an area of pristine rainforest teeming with wildlife. Amongst the mangroves that line the coast lurk crocodiles and river otters, while the canopy above is home to nimble monkeys and colourful toucans.
Costa Rica: San Josecitas
Costa Rica: Quepos
The little town of Quepos is the gateway to Manuel Antonio National Park, a nature-lover’s paradise that’s home to monkeys, iguanas and the reclusive three-toed sloth. The area around Quepos also boasts some of the best beaches in Costa Rica, and the town itself has some nice restaurants.
31 December - 1 January
Nicaragua: San Juan del Sur
The beach town of San Juan del Sur is a popular hangout for surfers, and it’s a nice place to spend some time relaxing. If you’re looking for a more immersive cultural experience then it’s worth taking an excursion to the beautiful colonial town of Granada, an hour and half away on the shores of Lake Nicaragua.
Costa Rica: Playas del Coco
Costa Rica: Tortuga Island
Tortuga Island is actually made up of two separate islands just off the coast of the Nicoya Peninsula, both uninhabited and both absolutely stunning. Enjoy swimming and snorkelling in the clear, coral-rich waters, or relax on pristine white sand beaches.
Arriving in Puerto Caldera
Your home from home
Built as a private yacht and launched in 1931, this elegant four-masted barque still resembles the time when Hollywood stars, politicians and diplomats graces the decks
What we love
Sea Cloud is a true tall ship and still sailed in the most traditional way. With lovingly renovated original cabins, cosy outside cabins or one of the former officer's cabins it's easy to get a sense of the history this vessel exudes.
|Crew||60 International staff|
|Style||A style that is sure to impress even seasoned cruise-goers, it's elegant, traditional and has a sense of history that is unmatched.|