Panama Posse

 

 

The adventure begins with the end of the hurricane season. Vessels who have been docked, cleated, hauled out and waiting, now will finally start making their way towards new shores and our seasonal discovery resumes. This is our freedom and the celebration of life beckons once again.
 

Sea Bella

SY SEA BELLA / Scott & Kathy  heading south burgee in hand

 

 

Nov 1, 2021  
PANAMA POSSE FLEET UPDATE 

 


 
 

UNderway

Panama
Posse Season 5 starts – we are off to discover 5,500 nm of wonder. East
coast weather window brings on the annual migration of vessels heading
south from the Chesapeake 

Beningn

The sail down the Baja Peninsula on your own schedule 
 – details of several anchorages below
 

Fleet

 

 

 

2) PANAMA POSSE  BURGEES 

 

 
The Panama Pose Burgees
Boschetti
Panama
Annapolis
Last Arrow
Office
BUrgees in Mexico City
Tranquilo

 

 

 

3 ) PICTURES OF THE WEEK 

Picture of the Week

Attached
is a photo entry for the photo of the week, (My wife snorkeling in the
Perlas Islands this past week but there is a back-story to the Photo:

 

I made the mistake of chartering a boat in the Virgin Islands about 10
years ago, which forever raised my wife’s standards of what she
considers “snorkel worthy”. She has only been in the water a few times
since the Sea of Cortez and I FINALLY got her back in the water this
year at the northern Perlas Islands, Panama!

 

Bob & Joan

Green Flash

 

 

pineapple

 

 

3) THE BAJA PENINSULA – 750 NM WITH DAY HOPS AND PLENTY OF ANCHORAGES  

The Baja Run

Start at Marina Coral in Ensenada and do your Mexico check ins 
31° 51.7323 N -116° 39.6755 W

31° 51.7323 N -116° 39.6755 W
Marina Coral

Once you have made it out of Ensenada without dropping to much cash at Hussong’s Cantina  

Hussong’s Cantina Ensenada

head  for  Punta  Santo  Tomas  at  31°
33.1589 N -116° 40.6879 W  watch  the  outlying
 rock  and  kelp   
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/punta-santo-tomas

Punta Santo Tomas

 

 

The next jump is either 40 nm to Bahia Colonet Bight  30° 57.9028 N  116° 17.0747 W – details at https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-colonet-bight

https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-colonet-bight

Or an extra 30nm  Isla San Martin  North bay 30° 29.178 N -116° 6.1356 W
or South Anchorage depending on swell 
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/isla-san-martin

30° 29.178 N -116° 6.1356 W

For a more protective bay especially for those who wish to bash back up here is Bahia San Quintin
 – the west side 30° 22.5924 N -115° 59.0887 W  is more
shallow and the main bay has depth to suit all drafts  – do give
the entrance a wide berth as there is shoaling south of the little
peninsula 

https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-san-quintin-w

and 

https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-san-quintin

For a more protective bay especially for those who wish to bash back up here is Bahia San Quintin - the west side 30° 22.5924 N -115° 59.0887 W is more shallow and the main bay has depth to suit all drafts - do give the entrance a wide berth as there is shoaling south of the little peninsula

 

The west side 30° 22.5924 N -115° 59.0887 W  is more shallow and the
main bay has depth to suit all drafts  – do give the entrance a
wide berth as there is shoaling south of the little peninsula  –
this is about 110 nm south of Ensenada.

 

South of this – about 39 nm is a fair weather anchorage at  29° 47.3276 N  115° 47.4296 W  behind ISLA SAN GERNOMIO – watch for 2 rocks south of it @ 29° 44.2191′ N 115° 46.2265′ W
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/isla-san-geronimo-e

San Geronimo

 

The next anchorage is a staple along the route FONDADERO SAN CARLOS 
Especially for those on a northbound track @  29° 37.3596 N  115° 28.565 W 
This anchorage is 68 nm South of Sna Quintin – expect some kelp patches and shoaling on the northern bight
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/fondadero-san-carlos

Fondadero San Carlos

 

South ~ 80 nm across the bay of Sebastian Vizcaino is Isla Cedros N – aka the Cedros Island Yacht club anchorage  at  28° 20.212 N -115° 11.434 W 
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/isla-cedros-n

Expect to hear sea-lions on shore – this is often a waiting spot for yachts
heading north on the baja bash as they time their departures for an
early morning jump with low winds – the seas and winds will pipe up in
the afternoons – it’s a high energy crossing especially in the
afternoons

Isla Cedros North

The east coast of Isla Cedros has several anchorages; the northern
anchorage is a roadstead exposed to weather from both north and south.

 

Cedros n

 

 

Bypassing a few anchorages on the East and South of Isla Cedros ~ 50 nm south is Turtle Bay / Bahia Tortugas
 27° 41.2544 N -114° 53.2545 W  – a large bay with anchorage
and an enterprising dusty village where you can procure fuel albeit with
significant mark ups – the dock is left from an abandoned cannery and
the fuel station is up a hill in the center near the cellphone
tower 

 27° 41.2544 N -114° 53.2545 W

The locals will try to sell you fuel from pangas or via the fuel dock –
watch these transactions and confirm quality of the fuel, volume and
pricing before accepting any transactions – the Baja Fuel Filter was
invented here for a reason so may as well use it  ! You are at the
half way point towards Cabo San Lucas

https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-tortugas

Fuel Dock

 

 

The next jump is about 50 nm to Bahia Asuncion    27° 08.1355 N  114° 17.4206 W  https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-asuncion

The bay at Asuncion is home to the local fishing fleet and harvesting
shellfish is one of the main sources of income for the community. The
water is incredibly clear and no discharge is allowed to be dumped into
bay in order to preserve the high quality of the abalone.

 27° 8.1355 N -114° 17.4206 W

Or push it another 24 nm to Bahia San Hipolito This
is a marginal anchorage exposed to wind and swell from north and south.
Anchor close to the beach in 6.4m on sand. @  26° 59.3362 N -113°
57.6966 W 

https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-san-hipolito

 

This is a marginal anchorage exposed to wind and swell from north and south. Anchor close to the beach in 6.4m on sand.

A far more protected anchorage is 50 nm south of Bahia Asuncion or 105 nm south of Turtle bay is Bahia Ballenas @ 26° 46.0426 N -113° 30.0266 W 
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-ballenas

https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-ballenas

A prime spot along this coast is San Juanico / Scorpion Bay @  26° 14.7986 N  112° 28.333 W about  nm SE from Bahia Ballenas – with friendly locals and expats
In the mid-seventies surfers noticed the amazing waves peeling off Punta
Pequeña as the swell wraps around into Bahia San JuanicoI. The village
is host to a couple of abarrotes and restaurants and beach palapas.

San Juanico Scorpion Bay Anchorage
Scorpion Bay

 

 

Another 85 nm to Bahia Santa Maria
a major stop and wide bay with fisheries and cell signal  24°
46.133 N  112° 15.441 W
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/bahia-santa-maria

Bahia Santa Maria

Bahia Santa Maria
is a large crescent shaped bay which lies just south of Cabo San
Lazaro. It is defined to the north and south by rocky islands and
bounded to the east by a narrow strip of sand ridges which separates it
from the huge lagoon of Bahia Magdalena behind.

Bahia Santa Maria

 There is no permanent settlement in Bahia Santa Maria but a dinghy ride up
into river channels at the north end of the bay reveals a cluster of
fishing shacks with brightly colored pangas tied up along the bank.
 From November to May itinerant fishermen stay in the bay to fish
for tuna, jacks and dorado.

Jump

 

 

The final jump an overnight sail to Cabo San Lucas
~ 185 nm with no real stops along the way – as soon as you round the
cabe the warmer tropical air will welcomr you to Cabo San Lucas – best
not to arrive Weekendsbetween 6 and 9 AM as scores of fishing vessels
are leaving Cabo and will produce eneourous wakes and traffic. Anchor at
 22° 53.304 N  109° 53.844 W
https://goodnautical.com/mexico-pacific/anchorage/cabo-san-lucas-se-coast

Make a  reservation at our sponsorshop Marina IGY Cabo San Lucas  – 
with Jesus A. Esquitel VHF  16   &   88A

Tel +52 (624) 173-9140

CSL@IGYMarinas.com

www.igy-cabosanlucas.com  

https://panamaposse.com/igy-marina-cabo-san-lucas

Barra

 

 

 

4) RESERVE YOU SLIP IN BARRA, MX NOW

Barra

Kick off week in December at Marina Puerto de la Navidad will see the biggest concentration of the Panama Posse fleet  

Please reserve your slip now* as part of the Panama Posse harbormaster@islaresort.com.mx

 

 
Ing. Secundino Alvarez V
Harbormaster
Marina Puerto de la Navidad
+52 314 337 9014
 

AMENITIES Considered among the 10 best private marinas in Latin America, Marina Puerto de la Navidad is located in Isla Navidad, an upscale, secure and private tourist development just across the quaint village of Barra de Navidad and 30 minutes north of the Manzanillo International Airport (ZLO).

 

 

 

 

5) SPECIAL PANAMA POSSE RESORT RATE  

STAY IN THE HOTEL for $ 109 x night [ Nov 30 – Dec 10 ] >>
 

• 4 restaurants and 3 bars serving local, international and regional cuisine

• Yoga classes on the beach during high season at no cost to marina residents

• Swimming pools & Jacuzzi

• Private beach with cabanas

• Fitness Center

• Locker room facility with showers and steam rooms in the golf course clubhouse

• Spa services and treatments

• Boutique gift shop open daily

• Meeting & Banquet facilities

• Water sport rentals

• Business Center open 7 days a week

• Wireless Internet in public areas

• ATM & Currency Exchange 


A 27 hole championship golf course on site (special green fee rates
available for marina residents and complimentary transportation
provided)

* subject availability  

T off
 
COUNTRIES

 

 

 

 

6) LIGHTNING DENSITY MAPS 

Density

Lightning ‘pilot charts’ were created from the data at https://ghrc.nsstc.nasa.gov/lightning/data/data_lis_vhr-climatology.html

 

The
data represents 16 years of satellite derived lightning observations
from the Lightning Imaging Sensor (LIS) on the Tropical Rainfall
Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite. 

 

You
can get more data and view other data sets at the site.were created
from the data at
https://ghrc.nsstc.nasa.gov/lightning/data/data_lis_vhr-climatology.html. 

 

The
data represents 16 years of satellite derived lightning observations
from the Lightning Imaging Sensor (LIS) on the Tropical Rainfall
Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite. 

 

https://panamaposse.com/lightning-density

https://panamaposse.com/lightning-density
Rob on Avant

These charts were created by Rob on SV Avant. If you find them useful, buy him a drink, eh?’

 

7) Flor de Caña  SAN DIEGO PARTY  RECAP

Great times getting to know the fleet for pictures visit 
https://panamaposse.com/california-yacht-marina-party >>

https://panamaposse.com/california-yacht-marina-party
https://panamaposse.com/california-yacht-marina-party
https://panamaposse.com/california-yacht-marina-party
https://panamaposse.com/california-yacht-marina-party

 

 

 

 

8) PANAMA POSSE SEASON AWARDS CATEGORIES  

Pictures

 THE CATEGORIES 

  • BIGGEST FISH CAUGHT ✔ 
  • PICTURE OF THE YEAR ✔  
  • PANAMA POSSE YODA OF THE YEAR ✔  
  • SPEEDY AWARD – SEVENSTAR AWARD ✔  
  • THE CAPTAIN RON AWARD ✔ 
  • MOST UNWELCOME VISITOR ONBOARD ✔ 
  • HIGHEST WIND RECORDED ✔ 
  • SPIRIT OF EXPLORATION ✔ 
  • GALLEY GOD(ESS) ✔ 
  • GOOD SAMARITAN OF THE YEAR ✔  

 

 

9) PANAMA POSSE KICKOFF & SEMINAR WEEK MEXICO

BARRA

🇲🇽  Here are our dates and revised Seminar Schedule
December 2021 in Barra de Navidad, Mexico 

Thursday December 2nd, 2021

    

    @ 10:00 PANAMA POSSE INTRO AND OVERVIEW   and Fleet Tracking

 

    @ 13:00 ROUTE PLANNING & NAVIGATION    

 

Friday December 3rd, 2021

 

    @ 10:00 WILDERNESS SURVIVAL, MEDICAL AND SELF RESCUE

 

    @ 13:00 COMMUNICATIONS, WEATHER, SAFETY

 

    @ 17:30 PANAMA POSSE KICK OFF PARTY

 

Saturday December 4th, 2021

 

    @ 10:00 PANAMA POSSE SWAP MEET

 

    @ 13:00 SATELLITE CHARTS / OPEN CPN / GOOD NAUTICAL   

 

    @ 17:30 PANAMA POSSE OVER THE TOP POT LUCK RED CUP DOCK PARTY 
 

       -> details here on how to win the chef award and 
POT LUCK EXPECTATIONS->

 

 

BBQ

 

Sunday December 5th, 2021

 

    @ 09:00 Coral Reef Measuring – Adventure Scientists and University Guadalajara & Panama Posse collaboration Details >>

 

    @ 13:00 PROVISIONING, WHAT TO SEE AND DO, RECAP, Q&A

 

Monday December 6th, 2021  RALLY & MISSION START

 

      @ NEW TIME 08:00 CORAL REEF MEASURING SESSION START 

 

     Adventure Scientists and University Guadalajara & Panama Posse collaboration Details>> 

MUST SEE
https://www.adventurescientists.org/mexico-reefs-panama-posse.html

10) ADVENTURE SCIENTISTS AND UNIVERSITY OF GUADALAJARA TO CONDUCT MEXICAN CORAL REEF STUDIES WITH PANAMA POSSE VOLUNTEERS

Adventure Scientists

Mexico’s Pacific Coast is home to some of the world’s most biodiverse coral

reefs, underwater communities that support sharks, turtles, and other

marine life. They also support human lives by buffering the coastline

from intense storms and providing livelihoods from fishing and tourism.

Yet these reefs are imperiled by ocean acidification, more frequent and

powerful storms due to climate change, and damage from human overuse.

Mexico’s Pacific Coast is home to some of the world’s most biodiverse coral reefs, underwater communities that support sharks, turtles, and other marine life. They also support human lives by buffering the coastline from intense storms and providing livelihoods from fishing and tourism. Yet these reefs are imperiled by ocean acidification, more frequent and powerful storms due to climate change, and damage from human overuse.

https://www.adventurescientists.org/mexico-reefs-panama-posse.html

 

Teams of Panama Posse volunteer divers will survey up to 40 coral reef sites

multiple times a year for several years. Mexico’s Pacific Coast is

harbor to some of the world’s most bio-diverse coral reefs which are

imperiled by ocean acidification, more frequent and powerful storms

 and damage from tourism. Season 5 Mexican Coral Reefs Project

Requirements

WHEN & WHERE 

Sunday December 5th, 2021

 

    @ 09:00 Coral Reef Measuring – Adventure Scientists and University Guadalajara & Panama Posse collaboration Details >>

 

Monday December 6th, 2021  RALLY & MISSION START

 

      @ NEW TIME 08:00 CORAL REEF MEASURING SESSION START 

 

     Adventure Scientists and University Guadalajara & Panama Posse collaboration Details>> 

To Particpate:

☑ Be at the Panama Posse  Kickoff week in  Barra de Navidad, Mexico December 2 – 6, 2021  

☑ Certified diver that can safely and competently collect data underwater

☑ Access to a boat to travel to established reef monitoring locations

☑ Attend an in-person training in Barra de Navidad with Dr. Paola 

Rodriguez

 

 

TO PARTICIPATE AND SIGN UP FOR THIS PROGRAM PLEASE SIGN UP NOW >>

 

VOLUNTEER TRAINING:

 

 On
December 6, Dr. Rodriguez will hold an in-person training for Panama
Posse members who have completed the online training. Before attending,
you need to submit the online application linked below to understand
project requirements and to gain access to the online training.  

 

 

DIVE SURVEYS:

 

Field sites are predetermined (GPS coordinates provided) and no deeper than  
12 meters / 40 feet.  

 

https://www.adventurescientists.org/mcr-application-pp.html
Reef

 

 

 

11 ) PANAMA POSSE LINE CALLS

 

PANAMA POSSE LINE CALLS ARE HELD ON 
MONDAYS@ 15:30 UTC  for the Atlantic and Caribbean followed by 16:00 for the Pacific

 

IF YOU ARE SIGNED UP FOR THE 21·22 SEASON 
please join the new PANAMA POSSE LINE GROUP *
 

 

LINE

 

12 ) FLEET TRACKING COURTESY OF PREDICT WIND

 

Tracking

SIGN UP FOR FLEET TRACKING ( takes up to a week to get added ) >>

 

For Help and to review the different options 

TECHNICAL SUPPORT ABOUT THE FLEET TRACKING PROCESS >>

 

About Tracking:

Designed
to give interesting parties  an overview. For specific vessel
details including their floatplan, latest updates, changes, positions
and specific location related questions please contact each vessel
directly.  

 

 

 

13 ) PANAMA POSSE FACEBOOK GROUP 21-22

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THANK YOU CINDY from Delta Swizzler  the Facebook Group Admin 
 

 

Delta Swizzler
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SV AZIMUTH registered Oakland, CA Ashley & Scott

 

 

 

14) FREE ACCESS TO GOOD NAUTICAL  

IF YOU ARE SIGNED UP FOR THE 21·22 PANAMA POSSE SEASON you are already assigned with your access credentials to the expanded GOODNAUTICAL regions 

We expect to launch a mobile offline (paid) version later this season.
Good progress being made
 
 

Good Nautical
Good Nautical

 

 

15) DOCUMENTS YOU WILL NEED THIS FALL

 

Valid Passports 
– with at least 360 days left on the expiration date 

Vessel Documentation 

matching the passports or if your vessel is registered as a corporation
a certified letter of ownership / authorization to operate the
vessel 

 

NOTE:
PANAMA JUST ANNOUNCED THAT YOU WILL NEED USCG DOCS not STATE VESSEL REGISTRATION PAPERS TO ENTER

Vessel Operator Certificate of Competence 

to operate the vessel – this is a formality but some countries
authorities want to make sure that you have what it takes –  you
can get them from most states
including this free one – testing is done online, or your ASA, US Sailing, RYA or equivalent

Third Party Liability Insurance for Marinas  
– if you plan to stay at marinas you will need 3rd party liability insurance 

Prescriptions
– if you have prescription drugs on board please be sure to have your valid prescriptions to match from your doctor

Pet Vaccination Records

all the docs you can muster plus more – vaccination certificates – 15
digit international chips under their skin – rabies vaccination
certificate  . etc etc.

and most controversial of all … 

PROOF OF COVID VACCINATION  

this may not be mandatory (yet) but it will make your journey a whole
lot easier and reduce quarantine costs, reduce testing requirements, and
reduce frictions at borders (on both entry and exit ) 

 

 

16) GET YOUR SATELLITE CHARTS 

 
 

  • THESE LATEST CHARTS ARE NOW ONLINE INCLUDING 45 Gigs of BAHAMAS

 

open cpn

 

 

 

16) PANAMA POSSE MARINAS SPONSORS  

🇺🇸 California Yacht Marina, San Diego, Chula Vista, USA  

🇲🇽 Marina Coral, Ensenada – Mexico  

🇲🇽 IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas  – Mexico  

🇲🇽 Marina de la Paz – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina Puerto Escondido – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina y Club de Yates Isla Cortes – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina el Cid – Mazatlan – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta – Mexico Marina

🇲🇽 PANAMA POSSE HQ  – Marina Puerto de La Navidad  

🇲🇽 Marina Ixtapa, Ixtapa – Mexico Marina

🇲🇽 La Marina Acapulco, Acapulco – Mexico Marina

🇲🇽 Vicente’s Moorings, Acapulco – Mexico Mooring

🇲🇽 Marina Chiapas – Mexico Marina Chiapas

🇬🇹 Marina Pez Vela – Guatemala Marina Chiapas

🇸🇻 Marina Bahia del Sol – El Salvador Marina Bahia del Sol

🇸🇻 La Palma Moorings – Bahia del Sol, El Salvador Mooring

🇳🇮 Marina Puesta del Sol – Nicaragua Marina Puesta del Sol

🇨🇷 Marina Papagayo – Costa Rica  Marina Papagayo

🇨🇷 Marina Pez Vela – Costa Rica Marina Pez Vela

🇨🇷 Marina Bahia Golfito – Costa Rica Marina Bahia Golfito 

🇨🇷 Banana Bay Marina – Costa Rica Banana Bay Marina

🇪🇨 Marina Puerto Amistad, Ecuador 01

🇵🇦 PANAMA POSSE PACIFIC HQ Vista Mar Marina – Panama  

 🇵🇦 Shelter Bay Marina – Panama  

🇵🇦 IGY Red Frog Marina – Panama

🇵🇦 Bocas Marina – Panama Bocas Marina

🇵🇦 Linton Bay Marina – Panama Linton Bay Marina

🇨🇴 ClubNautico Cartagena – Colombia 

🇨🇴 Club de Pesca Marina Cartagena – Colombia 

🇨🇴 Marina Puerto Velero – Colombia

🇨🇴 IGY Marina Santa Marta – Colombia 

🇯🇲 Royal Jamaica Yacht Club – Jamaica 

🇯🇲 Errol Flynn Marina – Jamaica 

🇯🇲 Montego Bay Yacht Club –Jamaica 

🇰🇾 The Barcadere Marina –Cayman Islands 

🇭🇳 Barefoot Cay Marina – Roatan – Honduras 

🇭🇳 Fantasy Island Marina – Roatan – Honduras

🇭🇳 Jonesville Point Marina -Roatan – Honduras 

🇬🇹 Marina Nana Juana Resort & Boatyard – Guatemala 

🇧🇿 Thunderbirds Marine – Placencia – Belize 

🇲🇽 Marina Makax – Isla Mujeres – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina V&V – Quintana Roo – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina El Cid – Cancún – Riviera Maya – Mexico  

🇨🇺 Marina Marlin Nautica Cayo Largo – Cuba 

🇹🇨 South Bank Marina & Boatyard – Turks and Caicos 

🇩🇴 Marina Puerto Bahia – Dominican Republic 

🇧🇸 Romora Bay Resort and Marina – Bahamas 

🇧🇸 Elizabeth on the Bay Marina – Bahamas  

🇧🇸 Blue Marlin Cove Resort & Marina – Bahamas  

🇺🇸 Marathon Marina – Marathon Keys, FL, USA 

🇺🇸 Pier 66  Hotel & Marina – Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

🇺🇸 IGY Marina at Ortega Landing – Jacksonville, FL 

🇺🇸 Morningstar Marinas Golden Isles St. Simons Isl.,  GA

🇺🇸 Windmill Harbour Marina – Hilton Head, SC

🇺🇸 Coffee Bluff Marina – Savannah, GA 

🇺🇸 Hazzard Marine – Gerogetown, NC 

🇺🇸 Holden Beach  – Town Dock, NC

🇺🇸 Portside Marina – Morehead City, NC

🇺🇸 Tide Water Marina –  Portsmouth, VA 

🇺🇸  Ocean Yacht Marina–   Portsmouth, VA  

🇺🇸 York River Yacht Haven – Gloucester Point, VA 

🇺🇸 Yorktown Riverwalk Landing –Yorktown, VA

 

Marina Puerto Bahia

 

18) PANAMA POSSE  SPONSORS 

 

  • SHELTER ISLAND INFLATABLES 
  • PREDICT WIND
  • SEVENSTAR YACHT TRANSPORT
  • HOME DEPOT PRO MEXICO
  • HERTZ RENTAL CARS  MEXICO
  • YACHT AGENTS GALAPAGOS 
  • FLOR DE CAÑA
  • CALIFORNIA YACHT MARINA 
SLoths

19) SHELTER ISLAND INFLATABLES, SAN DIEGO

https://panamaposse.com/shelter-island-inflatables

We are happy to announce that also this year we will be partnering with SHELTER ISLAND INFLATABLES SAN DIEGO

 

Premier Luxury Tender & Outboard Motor Dealership

 

Shelter
Island Inflatables is a full service dealership featuring authorized
parts, sales, and service for Mercury, Suzuki Marine, Novurania, Inmar
Inflatable Boats, Williams Jet Tenders, & Highfield.

Shelter Island Inflatables has moved its location to 2727 Shelter Island Dr. “Under the Brigantine restaurant”

Showroom: 619-222-1200          Service Yard: 619-269-5702

 

We
are a full-service dealership for authorized parts, sales, and service
for inflatable dinghies and tenders. We have an expert sales and service
team specializing in outboard motors.

https://shelterislandinflatables.com/

CONTACT 

David@shelterislandinflatables.com

2727 Shelter Island Dr, San Diego, CA 92106

Shelter Island Inflatables

 

 

20) PANAMA CANAL AGENT CENTENARIO CONSULTING ERICK GALVEZ

 

To arrange for transit with the Panama Canal Authority please contact Eric
Galvez our dedicated Panama Canal agent and sponsor of the Panama Posse
and the Pacific Posse

Erick Gálvez

 

info@centenarioconsulting.com

www.centenarioconsulting.com

Cellphone +507 6676-1376

WhatsApp +507 6676-1376

Erick

 

 

 

21) STRATEGIC PARTNERS 

SEVEN SEAS CRUISING ASSOCIATION

Vicente’s Moorings – Acapulco – Mexico

ONESAILS MEXICO – Puerto Vallarta – Mexico

Park Avenue Villas – San Juan del Sur – Nicaragua

Coconutz – Playa Cocos – Costa Rica

Abernathy – Chandlery – Panama

Pacific Posse 

Advertising Partners – Las Vegas

Safe-Esteem.com – Delaware

 

 

22) MEET THE FLEET 

ALOA TOA Darryl

SY MEDEA  Brisbane, AUSTRALIA meet Darryl 

SIGN UP FOR THE 21-22 PANAMA POSSE  
Cancun

 

 

WE OPERATE UNDER INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW

 

YOUR VESSEL YOUR CREW YOUR RESPONSIBILITY 

Panama Posse we sail where the Coconute Grow

 

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panama posse communications 
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