After four very fond months we bid farewell to our floating home The Captiva and our jobs with Panama Sailing Adventures, on hold for now the cruising lifestyle will certainly be a new goal for the future.
5 hours in to a very rough trip 5, Jeremy noticed a hair line fracture across the prop shaft. Not wanting to be a casualty of the sea we turned the boat around and headed back to port with 15 disappointed guests and 2 crew who were now in search for a new job. We weren’t sure how long the repairs would take and weren’t too keen on hanging around in the port town of Colon so we decided it was time to move on in search of waves.
We had an amazing last trip with an unreal crew that were so much fun and a great way to finish up our time on the boat. These pics are our last San Blas trip – the most stunning place we have ever seen so if you get a chance to go we would highly recommend it.
We are currently in Costa Rica in a small beach town called Pavones which is home to the second longest left hand wave in the world. Been surfing every day and relaxing in the sun with monkeys, tucans and wild horses running about the place.
From here we start our trip home for a summer of weddings – first stop Canada, followed by New York, London, Ireland, Morocco and Bali! So see you all in November. (We are only around for 4-6 months and then heading off again to finish what we started, Canada snow season and Mexico road trip!)