Panama Posse

 

 

Jan 16, 2022

PANAMA POSSE 
FLEET UPDATE 

 

 

 

1)  PICTURE OF THE WEEK

Small Word III

SY SMALL WORLD III  –  Karen & Darren

Small World III Darren
Karen

 

 

 

 

2)  PANAMA POSSE WELCOMES OUR NEWEST MEMBERS TO THE FLEET

#310 🇺🇸  SY RHUMBLINE  – Terry & Susan & Craig   –  Cheoy Lee 44′ 

#311 🇩🇪  SY FLORA  – Ralf & Wiebke   – Hallberg-Rassy 43′

#312 🇺🇸  SY SERENITY – Vanessa & Ed  – Leopard 46′

#313 🇳🇿  SY FREYDIS – Paula & Jim  – Malo 46′

#314 🇺🇸  SY KARUNA  – Doug & Anna  – Ta Shing Panda 40′

#315  🇺🇸  SY WONOMA – Christopher & Jessica – Dufour 37′

Panama Posse 302

 

 

 

3)  CALETA DE CAMPOS  🇲🇽
PANAMA POSSE GATHERINGS

Dinner
on the beach with the Caletas de Campos contingent! With boats No
Regrets, Mar Y sol, and Juliet. We were all drenched…that’s a pretty
tough dinghy landing. 💦💦💦

PANAMA POSSE Gatherings

Dinner
in Caleta de Campos with Mar y Sol and Juliet. Then we swamped Mar y
Sol’s dinghy before we could get past the waves on the way out. Totally
soaked. It took forever to bail her out for a second attempt
(successful). Two women and one of their kids came over with a small
beach bucket to help. Very nice of them.

SY NO REGRETS   – SY MAR Y SOL – SY JULIET 

 Lynette  & Bruce |   Marisol  & Bob  |   LeeAnne & Charlie 

 

 

 

 

 

4) WEST MARINE PRO DISCOUNT FOR THE PANAMA POSSE FLEET

west marine pro

Happy to announce your Westmarine Pro discount 

 

WMPro has finally (  took 4 years )  accepted us and is extending the pro silver discount ( 5 – 25 % off ) to the Panama and Pacific Posse participants – to sign up for your discount please go to https://panamaposse.com/westmarine 

 

Another perk of the Panama and Pacific Posse

 

 

 

 

 

5) STARFISH BEACH, BOCAS DEL TORO, PANAMA 

Starfish Beach

This picture is right now at Starfish Beach at 5 pm, we are blessed

SY SHEARWATER  – Eric and Pati – Formosa 50′

Shearwater
Eric

 

 

 

 

 

 

 6) GESTALT GESTALT GESTALT 

GESTALT

HOW TO PASS ON INFORMATION WITHIN THE PANAMA POSSE EFFICIENTLY 

 

What is Gestalt and Why You Need To Know It – 

 

Gestalt
Language Protocol is something I picked up from training in connection
with a couple of different groups one of them being EO Gestalt Language
Protocol may sound suspiciously like something the Secret Service uses
to decode enemy communications, but really, it is simply a set of ideas
about how to communicate with other CAPTAINS & CREW and
individuals in a non-threatening manner so that people within the group
feel like they can really share and learn. Here are some general ideas
about how it works:

 

1. Speak from your own experiences rather than giving advice or opinions

 

2. Use “I” statements instead of “You” statements  

 

3. Speak in past tense – this is what I did   

 

4. Avoid the “Should”, “Would”, “Could”

 

5. Do not speak in generalities, be specific 

 

 

 

It can take a lot of practice IT IS HARD !!! 

but I have found that when members don’t openly communicate it is often
because they feel threatened. Nobody likes to be reminded that they
messed up up or that maybe don’t have or understand a solution. Whatever
the case may be, Gestalt Language Protocol eliminates many of the
barriers and obstacles to real communication. It is centered on creating
a safe environment where people feel safe, help each other and NOT
feeling inferior.  

We have set up a GESTALT MONITOR account in the LINE GROUP.
 
 
 

gestalt

 

 

 

 

7) PANAMA POSSE PARTY
FLEET POT LUCK CELEBRATION 
AT SHELTER BAY 

Pot luck 2

Next Panama Posse event in shelter bay next Thursday, January 20th (since juanjo couldn’t make the last one due to COVID). 

17:30
start in cruisers palapa. Potluck, bring (good) food. There will be
coals on the BBQ  to grill with. Desserts encouraged. 

Rum (until we run out) will be provided courtesy of Panama Posse and shelter bay marina. 

Shelter bay is determined to be the most fun Panama Posse destination!

please rsvp @

https://panamaposse.com/party

Shelter Bay Marina

 

 

 

 

 

8) SMALL WORLD III EXPLORING SAN BLAS

UNDERWAY
Small World
Small World
At anchor

SY SMALL WORLD III  –  Karen & Darren – Bristol 47.4 ‘

Darren
Karen

 

9) TSUNAMIS IN TONGA

In 2009, Captain Dietmar’s SY Carinthia was at anchor in Vava’u Northern Tonga when the Samoa Tsunami hit.

At
the time we had a local net on VHF 26 and it was clear for those in
shallow anchorages to get out – we had 10 minutes – so we weighed anchor
FAST and got to 130 feet of water depth in time. There was no feeling
of the wave in deep water. Other boats touched briefly and then get
out.. So it depends on the bottom your hull /keel and the severity of
the tsunami impact. Our vessel can sit on it’s keels but that is not the
case for every other yacht.

Another vessel sailed right over the epicenter of the underwater earthquake which caused the tsunami and also felt nothing 

Near
shore though things get a little more dire. In the marina in Pago Pago a
vessel crushed and killed a sailor as he was trying to untie his vessel
and fell between the dock and his yacht and the swell crushed him. Here
is the link watch what happened in Pago Pago https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaM8TPTBodI

 

In
most marinas the depth is shallow and therefore the impact on yachts
attached to cleats and quick water movement can create a lot of damage
for both the docks and yachts with this quick energy transfer. Rob on
Avant was in Chiapas and had this to report.  “During the first
Panama Posse the tsunami in Chiapas destroyed the marina and flooded the
dry yard (with Avant in the dry yard). Posse members there at the time
took refuge but climbing onto the workshop roof (this in the middle of
the night, the earthquake hit at about midnight). 

There
were no injuries, and no boats were damaged. This was amazing as all
the docks floated free of their pilings and were adrift in the basin.
They subsequently rebuilt the marina to withstand a similar event.”

 

TSUNAMI DATA JANUARY 15 2022

PORT COUNTRY LAT LONG UTC FT

ABURATSU JP 31.6N 131.4E 1642 2.1

PICHIDANGUI CL 32.1S 71.5W 2012 2.3

TOCOPILLA CL 22.1S 70.2W 2015 1.7

TALTAL CL 25.4S 70.5W 2012 1.6

CHANARAL CL 26.4S 70.6W 2114 5.7

CALLAO PE 12.1S 77.2W 2052 2.2

HAKODATE JP 41.8N 140.7E 1936 1.1

KUSHIMOTO JP 33.5N 135.8E 1629 3.1

MERA JP 34.9N 139.8E 1714 1.7

OFUNATO JP 39.0N 141.8E 1744 1

SAIPAN US 15.2N 145.7E 1627 0.4

PUERTO CL 43.9S 73.7W 1947 0.4

LA EC 2.2S 80.9W 2103 2

PISAGUA CL 19.6S 70.2W 2058 0.9

ESPERANCE AU 33.9S 121.9E 1721 0.6

OUVEA NC 20.5S 166.6E 823 1.3

PORTLAND AU 38.3S 141.6E 1934 0.5

PORT NZ 39.5S 176.9E 1943 1.2

BURNIE AU 41.1S 145.9E 1721 0.8

COCOS CR 5.6N 87.0W 2030 0

PUERTO MX 15.7N 96.5W 2053 1.2

WINTER CA 50.5N 128.0W 1740 0.9

HENSLUNG CA 54.2N 133.0W 1731 0.8

PORT AK 56.2N 134.6W 2056 1.1

JACKSON NZ 44.0S 168.6E 1233 3

WELLINGTON NZ 41.3S 174.8E 1950 0.6

NORTH NZ 34.4S 173.0E 917 2.3

ISHIGAKIJIMA JP 24.3N 124.2E 1509 0.5

ANTARCTICA PRA 62.5S 59.7W 1851 0.9

COQUIMBO CL 30.0S 71.3W 1939 3.5

MATARANI PE 17.0S 72.1W 1935 1

TALARA PE 4.6S 81.3W 1918 1.1

QUINTERO CL 32.8S 71.5W 1846 1.7

TALCAHUANO CL 36.7S 73.1W 1858 1.2

BUCALEMU CL 34.6S 72.0W 1937 1.7

BAHIA CL 40.6S 73.7W 1815 3.4

CORRAL CL 39.9S 73.4W 1909 2.6

QUEPOS CR 9.4N 84.2W 1953 0.4

SANTACRUZ GALAPAGOS 0.7S 90.3W 1903 2.5

HALEIWA HI 21.6N 158.1W 1717 1.3

YAKUTAT AK 59.5N 139.7W 1748 0.7

MEJILLONES CL 23.1S 70.5W 1518 0.7

ZIHUATANEJO MX 17.6N 101.6W 1724 1.5

ACAPULCO MX 16.8N 99.9W 1707 0.4

PATACHE CL 20.8S 70.2W 1633 0.5

CHICHIJIMA JP 27.1N 142.2E 1344 2.4

VODOPADNAYA RU 51.7N 158.0E 1434 1.5

KUSHIRO JP 43.0N 144.4E 1411 1.3

TOSASHIMIZU JP 32.8N 133.0E 1537 3

OMAEZAKI JP 34.6N 138.2E 1526 2.3

EASTER CL 27.2S 109.4W 1530 1

DART 52.7N 156.8W 1431 0.2

DART 55.3N 148.6W 1520 0.1

DUTCH UNALASKA 53.9N 166.5W 1452 0.3

KING AK 55.1N 162.3W 1449 1.1

ATKA AK 52.2N 174.2W 1358 0.7

NIKOLSKI AK 52.9N 168.9W 1528 1.2

LIHOU AU 17.1S 152.1E 1241 0.4

GOLD BYP 27.9S 153.4E 1135 2.3

PORT AU 34.5S 150.9E 1206 1.3

TWOFOLD AU 37.1S 149.9E 1205 2.2

SPRING AU 42.5S 147.9E 1041 1.1

HIVA FP 9.8S 139.0W 1026 1.8

NUKU FP 8.9S 140.1W 1055 2.2

HANALEI HI 22.2N 159.5W 1233 2.7

KAHULUI HI 20.9N 156.5W 1228 2.7

RIKITEA PF 23.1S 135.0W 1038 0.7

HUAHINE PF 16.7S 151.0W 813 1.8

NAURU NA 0.5S 166.9E 1118 0.5

GISBORNE NZ 38.7S 178.0E 1141 2.2

KAWAIHAE HI 20.0N 155.8W 1132 1.2

HONOKOHAU HI 19.7N 156.0W 1145 1.1

HONOLULU HI 21.3N 157.9W 1112 0.4

BARBERS HI 21.3N 158.1W 1135 0.6

MAKAI HI 21.3N 157.7W 1128 0.9

HILO HI 19.7N 155.1W 929 0.3

NAWILIWILI HI 22.0N 159.4W 1057 1

HIENGHENE NC 20.7S 164.9E 910 1.5

VANUATU VT 17.8S 168.3E 924 4.6

RAROTONGA CK 21.2S 159.8W 853 3

GREAT NZ 36.2S 175.5E 849 2.3

OWENGA NZ 44.0S 176.4W 902 1.4

KINGSTON IS 29.1S 168.0E 840 2.6

LUGANVILLE VU 15.5S 167.2E 826 1.2

OUINNE NC 22.0S 166.7E 826 3.7

THIO NC 21.6S 166.2E 819 1.9

LIFOU NC 20.9S 167.3E 746 2.9

EAST NZ 37.6S 178.2E 834 0.8

SUVA FJ 18.1S 178.4E 633 0.9

DART TO 23.4S 173.4W 442 0.4

NUKUALOFA TO 21.1S 175.2W 516 2.7

PAGO AS 14.3S 170.7W 531 2

APIA WS 13.8S 171.8W 551 0.5

 

The birth of an island

 

Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai Island 

The
birth of a new island in the southwestern Pacific Ocean around Dec. 19,
2014 via tephra-dominated hydro-magmatic processes (surtseyan-style)
was witnessed by NASA’s Earth Observing System sensors during the course
of its month-long construction phase. Such eruptions are not uncommon
in this region and similar events occurred in 2008-2009 with ephemeral
island formation and subsequent destruction over a period of months.

 

The
volcano is usually not much to look at. It consists of two small
uninhabited islands, Hunga-Ha’apai and Hunga-Tonga, poking about 100m
above sea level 65km north of Tonga’s capital Nuku‘alofa. But hiding
below the waves is a massive volcano, around 1800m high and 20km wide.

Tsunami Wave dispersion

 

 

 

10) TSUNAMI ALERTS

 

In
the 5 years of the Posse, we have ‘enjoyed’ two tsunami events (the
Chiapas tsunami in year one, and this year’s Tonga tsunami). So while
these are rare, they do happen. 

 

National
authorities throughout the Panama Posse route do post tsunami warnings,
but they are in the local language and may be on various government
websites, Facebook pages and Twitter feeds most Posse members will not
know about, making their utility dubious. 

 

There
is one international tsunami warning center: the UNESCO tsunami warning
center. They don’t post the notices anywhere, but you can subscribe
here:
https://lists.unesco.org/wws/subscribe/tsunami-information-ioc.
After you subscribe you will receive world wide tsunami alerts and
updates via email, many of which I shared in the Posse line group. 

 

Many tsunami notices are also posted on https://www.tsunami.gov,
but as a USA-Canada focused service the ‘Non-US Canada’ alerts are
often ‘late’ (and in this event, were not displaying due to a web
glitch). 

 

Having
said that, the UNESCO system is imperfect and it’s infrastructure is
poor. The first UNESCO warnings didn’t come out until 1547 local for me,
several hours after the USA warnings were out and only minutes before
the first waves hit Central America. Apparently this is because it’s a
semi automated system based on earthquakes, and the Tonga event was a
volcano based tsunami (which they didn’t plan for in the system). But I
suggest all Posse members subscribe for alerts. 

 

In
the event of a tsunami warning, the best place to be is at sea in
>100’ of water. Be aware that local shoreline topography and
bathymetry can and will affect how a tsunami behaves in any particular
area, and long inlets, bays, and some anchorages can act as a ‘lens’ to
focus the power of even a small tsunami to devastating effect (as
happened in Chiapas during Posse #1). 

 

Stay safe out there!

Rob
Debra

SY AVANT –  Rob & Debra

 

 

 

11) THE HUNGA TONGA HUNGA HA’APAI ISLAND  

Sources of volcano Eruptions and subsequent tsunamis

6 types of volcanic causes of Tsunamis – and below is what happened on Saturday  

Blow it up
massive

The caldera is a crater-like depression around 5km across. Small eruptions
(such as in 2009 and 2014/15) occur mainly at the edge of the caldera,
but very big ones come from the caldera itself. These big eruptions are
so large the top of the erupting magma collapses inward, deepening the
caldera.

 

Looking at the chemistry of past eruptions, we now think the small eruptions
represent the magma system slowly recharging itself to prepare for a big
event.

 

We found evidence of two huge past eruptions from the Hunga caldera in
deposits on the old islands. We matched these chemically to volcanic ash
deposits on the largest inhabited island of Tongatapu, 65km away, and
then used radiocarbon dates to show that big caldera eruptions occur
about ever 1000 years, with the last one at AD1100.

 

With this knowledge, the eruption on January 15 seems to be right on schedule for a “big one”.

 

Tonga us still in the middle of this major eruptive sequence and many aspects
remain unclear, partly because the island is currently obscured by ash
clouds.

 

The two earlier eruptions on December 20 2021 and January 13 2022 were of
moderate size. They produced clouds of up to 17km elevation and added
new land to the 2014/15 combined island.

 

The latest eruption has stepped up the scale in terms of violence. The ash
plume is already about 20km high. Most remarkably, it spread out almost
concentrically over a distance of about 130km from the volcano, creating
a plume with a 260km diameter, before it was distorted by the wind.

 

This demonstrates a huge explosive power – one that cannot be explained by
magma-water interaction alone. It shows instead that large amounts of
fresh, gas-charged magma have erupted from the caldera.

 

The eruption also produced a tsunami throughout Tonga and neighbouring Fiji
and Samoa. Shock waves traversed many thousands of kilometres, were
seen from space, and recorded in New Zealand some 2000km away. Soon
after the eruption started, the sky was blocked out on Tongatapu, with
ash beginning to fall.

 

All these signs suggest the large Hunga caldera has awoken. Tsunami are
generated by coupled atmospheric and ocean shock waves during an
explosions, but they are also readily caused by submarine landslides and
caldera collapses.

 

It remains unclear if this is the climax of the eruption. It represents a
major magma pressure release, which may settle the system.

 

A warning, however, lies in geological deposits from the volcano’s
previous eruptions. These complex sequences show each of the 1000-year
major caldera eruption episodes involved many separate explosion events.

 

Hence we could be in for several weeks or even years of major volcanic unrest
from the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai volcano. For the sake of the people
of Tonga I hope not.

 

from Shane Cronin Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Auckland

More Details

 

 

 

 

 12) MEET THE FLEET: SY FREYDIS

FREYDIS Paula & Jim

Paula & Jim enjoying a waterfall  – SY FREYDIS Malo 46′

 

 

 

 

13) BEATA AT PUNTA GALERA

Anchorage

FROM GOOD NAUTICAL 
 
Punta Galera located 73NM from Puerto Angel is a marginal anchorage
with little protection from the wind and none from the swell.
Breakwaters built at the river mouth behind the point create a great
point break which attracts surfers to the small community of Galera. The
anchorage is usually very rolly is only tenable in calm conditions.

 

Dangers

Swell

Shoaling

Rocks

Surfers

 

Hi there. These were taken North to South. We anchored on sand at 25ft. We were surrounded by lightening storms around 10pm with 30 kt winds and held steady.

Hi
there. These were taken North to South. We anchored on sand at 25ft. We
were surrounded by lightening storms around 10pm with 30 kt winds and
held steady.

Good Nauticla has this anchorge

 15° 58.133′ N  097°40.3283′ W 
 

SY BEATA  – Billy & Ruth – Beneteau 45′

Billy
Ruth

 

 

 
14)   TEHUANTEPEC CROSSING  

Red Rover
 
Red Rover
Red Rover

We
lost one of our crew here in Huatulco on Tuesday.   Several of you
were fortunate to have met Zoe, many of you didn’t. Please think of her
as you stop in or pass by Huatulco.

Zoe - you will be missed

ZOE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED !

 

MY RED ROVER –  Kevin & Alison  – Nordhavn 55′

Kevin
Alison

 

 

 
15) MARINA EL CID CANCUN   🇺🇸
SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

https://panamaposse.com/marina-el-cid

Marina El Cid is happy to support the Panama Posse
with a 20% discount over our rates.

 

MARINA EL CID CANCUN

As
the only Riviera Maya resort with its own professional boating
services, Marina El Cid Cancún features a wide and deep channel ––
providing safe harbor to yachts and other large boats. Experience Cancún
/ Riviera Maya from a truly breathtaking point of view, then drop
anchor and enjoy the luxurious accommodations and world-class services
of our oceanfront resort hotel and spa. Considered one of Mexico’s
finest boatyards by experienced Puerto Morelos boaters and fishermen,
our marina accommodates vessels ranging from 25 to 120 feet in length.

Lic. Manuel J. Estrella Buenfil

Harbor Master

Follow this link for more info  https://panamaposse.com/marina-el-cid

 

 

 

 

 

16) WE LOVE YOUR FACTS !
We love your stories,  videos,  findings, pictures  
 email us to include them in the next fleet update >> 

Marinas

 

 

 

17)  MARINERS WHO’S KEEL HAS TOUCHED THE GROUND AND LIVE TO TELL ABOUT IT …

touch the ground

Marina Ixtapa

Marina Ixtapa

Sunrise
getting close to the Ixtapa marina channel. They closed the channel
right after Mar y Sol and us got in. It was pretty hairy. According to
the tide tables we were supposed to be at slack tide, but it was
anything but slack. When we rounded the corner to the right we grounded
in 5.5’ of water (that’s our draft) but we’re able to wrist our way into
deeper water. The tidal current was running so hard that at full
throttle we were only doing 1.5 knots. Two guys in a panga were waiting
for us at the turn and guided us in, helping with the dock lines as
well.

Caleta Campos
Sunset shot of Mar y Sol as we leave Punta Cabeza Negra last night.
 

SY NO REGRETS  – Bruce & Lynette – Fast Passage 39′

Bruce
Lynette

 

 

 

 

18) NEED CREW ?

VESSEL LOOKING FOR CREW >>>
please notify the Panama Posse via email 
 

CREW – LOOKING FOR A VESSEL

 https://panamaposse.com/crew-looking-for-a-vessel

 

https://panamaposse.com/crew

Results WILL vary !

 

 

 

19) YOU WILL MISS A LOT IF YOU ARE NOT ON THE LINE FOR PANAMA POSSE LINE CALLS

 

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

open 24/7 for questions and answers following the gestalt protocol 

 

IF YOU ARE SIGNED UP FOR THE 21·22 SEASON 
please join the new PANAMA POSSE LINE GROUP *
us with your LINE USER INFORMATION  including cell number
( * it’s seasonal and for participants only get line from https://line.me)

 

LINE

 

 

 

 

0) UNDERWAY WITH FREE PREDICT WIND’S 
PANAMA POSSE FLEET TRACKING 

enjoy a 20% off Predict Wind Pro as part of the Sponsorship of the Panama Posse 
 
– to follow the fleet visit https://panamaposse.com/tracking 

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.  If you are on passage let us know and the fleet will
monitor your progress 

 

 

 

 

21) PANAMA POSSE FACEBOOK GROUP 21-22

fb
Cindy

THANK YOU CINDY from Delta Swizzler  the Facebook Group Admin 
to join the group ( participants only )  visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/panamaposse2122/

 

JUANJO

 

 

 

 

22) 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  and preyty soon BOOSTER 

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 ) 

 

 

AIRLINE TRAVEL ARRIVING ON A ONE WAY TICKET ?
ORDER A REFUNDABLE TICKET BEFORE YOU ARRIVE TO AVOID THE 30 MINUTES OF EXPLAINING 

 

COVID TESTS

TO REENTER THE US YOU WILL NEED A NEGATIVE COVID TEST TAKEN ONE DAY BEFORE YOUR FLIGHT 

 

HEALTH PASS COSTA RICA 

IN
COSTA RICA AS YOU MOVE AROUND YOU WILL NEED A PUBLIC QR CODE TO ENTER
AND ACCESS MANY FACILITIES – NO CODE –  No Access 

This
electronic form known as “Pase de Salud” or “Health Pass” is one such
control measure. From this website, you can complete your Health Pass
and obtain a QR Code to show to airport authorities upon arrival to
Costa Rica.get yours  here 

https://salud.go.cr/
 

 

 

 

23) THE COLD WATERS IN SAN DIEGO BAY 

Cold
 

SY MAISON DE SANTÉ – Nicole & Keenan & Jack  – Cal 46′

Keenan
Nicole
Jack

 

 

 

24) PANAMA POSSE MARINAS SPONSORS 
 

🇺🇸 Safer Harbor South Bay – Chula Vista, USA  

🇲🇽 Marina Coral, Ensenada – Mexico  

🇲🇽 IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas  – Mexico  

🇲🇽 Marina Palmira Topolobampo – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina Puerto Escondido – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina y Club de Yates Isla Cortes – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina el Cid – Mazatlan – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta – Mexico 

🇲🇽 PANAMA POSSE HQ  – Marina Puerto de La Navidad  

🇲🇽 Marina Ixtapa, Ixtapa – Mexico 

🇲🇽 La Marina Acapulco, Acapulco – Mexico

🇲🇽 Vicente’s Moorings, Acapulco – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina Chiapas – Mexico 

🇬🇹 Marina Pez Vela – Guatemala 

🇸🇻 Marina Bahia del Sol – El Salvador 

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

🇳🇮 Marina Puesta del Sol – Nicaragua 

🇨🇷 Marina Papagayo – Costa Rica  

🇨🇷 Marina Pez Vela – Costa Rica 

🇨🇷 Marina Bahia Golfito – Costa Rica 

🇨🇷 Banana Bay Marina – Costa Rica 

🇪🇨 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 

🇺🇸  Oasis Marinas at Fernandina Harbor Marina

🇺🇸 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

 

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25)  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
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26) SEVENSTAR YACHT TRANSPORT

 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

 

More info on Sevenstar™s services can be found on https://www.sevenstar-yacht-transport.com/

Sevenstar

Who is Sevenstar Yacht Transport?

 

Sevenstar
is the world’s leading provider of yacht shipping services on a
lift-on, lift-off basis. Sevenstar has access to the Spliethoff fleet of
over 120 company owned vessels. With an impressive 1,500+ transports
per year, they are calling over 100 ports in more than 40 countries
worldwide.

For a quote with the Panama Posse discount please contact 
Kris Caren

email: kris@sevenstar-usa.com

web: sevenstar-usa.com

 

 

 

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27) 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

Erick Gálvez

info@centenarioconsulting.com

www.centenarioconsulting.com

Cellphone +507 6676-1376

WhatsApp +507 6676-1376

Erick

 

 

 

28) STRATEGIC PARTNERS
 

SEVEN SEAS CRUISING ASSOCIATION

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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

 

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