You guys have no idea how bad it’ll get without Lucie. She was the only cook aboard. We’re just getting to Costa Rica at the end of this episode, and good times await us here.
This is the very last Panama video and it has a bit of everything you guys love in a sailing video: storm sailing and spearfishing on an uninhabited island.
ucie comes back from Chile, and we head out to the islands again. We spearfish and sail through the south coast of Panama as we prepare for our journey to Costa Rica! We visit Islas Secas, Montuosa and Jicaron.
Cleveland came down to get a taste of cruising. This whole episode is about our time together, and at the end he gives us an “exit” interview.
So much action in this episode! Spearfishing, shark fishing, storm sailing, and sweet sweet sailing. If you’ve got the itch to cut the lines and head offshore, this episode will do it for you.
We’re sailing in the Seca Islands, Panama. Cruising, fishing, storms and diving – This one has a bit of everything.
Kim’s first time in the USA! We leave the boat in a Panamanian river and go home for a few weeks to get parts and attend a wedding.
Follow s/v Zingaro for an amazing journey into the untouched and rarely visited Isla Secas in Panama.
Close your eyes and hold on! Shipping lane crossing at night, no fresh food, no water. On our search for a boatyard we spend seven days sailing the southern Coast of Panama.
The $7,000 sails don’t fit. We have trouble adjusting to them, and trying to beat to weather with them for the first time was a nightmare. We altered course and downwind sailing with them worked fine. The roach on the main is far too big to fit through the backstays. Even double reefed it hits.Continue reading “The Sail Fail | Sailing Zingaro – Ep 31”
Berliner Banause packt aus: Lucie tells You about what it is like to be traveling onboard of Zingaro.
We take our loved and abused old sails down and receive our NEW SAILS. Don’t miss the festivities.
The girls take the catamaran through the Panama Canal! As we say goodbye to the Caribbean ocean, we reflect on the memories we’ve made, the troubles, trials, and friendships.
In this episode we cover cost of the panama canal, how to pay, where to go, with maps to show you the way!
What to expect and how to prepare. We cover anchoring in the flats, form 4405-I, scheduling to get measured, and the river Chagres!
Lucie – Kim’s friend from Berlin – will be on the boat for the next weeks, helping us through the Panama Canal, and generally being awesome.
This episode we finish our charter, say goodbye to our new friends, and explore mainland Panama. We really liked it here, and stayed for quite awhile.
We continue our journey to Panama, but not alone! With five guests we explore the San Blas Islands. A grounded ferry, Coconuts en mass & scary storms.
Dancing, with tears in our eyes… ¡Adios Cartagena! We’re leaving this dirty, cheap & wonderful place. But not without cruising the streets at night one last time. Of all the places we have been on our journey so far, Cartegena stands out. So much culture offer during the day & the night and so many young peopleContinue reading “¡Adios Cartagena! | Sailing Zingaro – Episode 25”
When trying to find a place to HAUL OUT on the pacific coast of Central America. Why? Because I want to copper-epoxy the bottom of the boat.