Ahoy Capt. Pat
WE LOVE YOUR BOOKS & thank you for your email !
Attached are a few docs to help your readership’s adventure quest and future stories.
We are a self organized group of mariners – we are sized from 27 – 225 feet
as you can see from https://panamaposse.com/vessels
Next years posse group is getting ready too at
IT’s FREE to SIGN UP – with title sponsor marina providing 50% slip fee discounts – and more to come – title sponsor BARRA DE NAVIDAD – all we ask you by a burgee for your vessel.
Our mission is on the front page
Our tentative route is thus far @ (LEAPFROG TIMELINE) under
Our specific ports are under
Several vessel will run communications on a voluntary basis.
Several vessel will update WEATHER & VESSEL tracking on a voluntary basis.
THERE ARE NO SET DATES – we hope to leave late Nov – early Dec 2017 and get to Panama in 2018 ( June )
We are NOT governed by time BUT by weather – government regulations – safety – fun and fellowship.
We will post party and journey pictures as they occur.
Our concept is one of “organized leapfrogging”
THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE TO MAKE THIS ROUTE EASIER CAPT PAT !
captain | yachtmaster d i e t m a r (just one of the posse)
From: Pat Rains
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 11:20 PM
Subject: Media request for graphics
Hola, Panama Posse,
Congrats on your new cruisers rally. I’m the author of “Mexico Boating Guide” and “Cruising Ports: the Central American Route,” so I’m all excited for your new venture. Buena Suerte, yatistas.
I also write lots of articles and columns in nautical magazine. Right now I’m doing my Mexico Report column in SEA Magazine on your Panama Posse, to give you some good free press. I tried to register as the boat Angel’s Pearl as a media person, but don’t think that worked. I also signed up for your Newsletter, but that won’t help in time, because my article goes to press next week and comes out in November. I have tons of photos and charts of Barra and the whole route, but what I really need is a high resolution image of either your colorful burgee, or the route map showing the route with little anchor symbols. If you could send one or both of those to me, as a JPG or TIF, I’d appreciate it, along with permission to use them to get the word out for you.