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Welcome to Perla del Caribe!

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The Crew

Colombian Captain Jesid is from Cartagena, Colombia. He's been sailing for 5 years. He's super fun and his guests have a great time on board. 

About Perla del Caribe

RATES:

Shared trip: $200 per person per night 
Private trip:

  • 1 person: $450 per night

  • 2 people: $600 per night

  • 3 people: $750 per night

  • 4 people: $900 per night

  • 5 people: $1050 per night

  • 6 people: $1200 per night

  • 7 people: $1350 per night

  • 8 people: $1500 per night


THE BOAT: La Perla del Caribe is a 43 ft. Dufour Gep Sea made in 2002. This boat is famous for having been the training ship for many of the captains in our fleet. This is definitely a boat for those who want a relaxed and fun atmosphere 

ACCOMMODATES: 8 guests

CABINS: It has 3 double cabins and one cabin with 2 single bunks. 

FOOD: You'll taste Colombian cuisine at its best mixed with the specialties of the rotating chefs that come aboard.

LANGUAGES: Spanish and basic English. See you in paradise!

BOAT AMENITIES:

  • Out door shower

  • Towels

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Fishing Gear 

  • Stand up paddleboard

  • Kitchen

  • Dinghy with outboard motor

  • Snorkeling gear

Jackeline

Back from the most relaxing sail EVER on La Perla del Caribe!  Cabins are comfy & there's a room with bunks for solo sailors. Captain Jesid is Colombian & a total blast! Sailed for years & knows how to make everyone feel welcome & have fun. And the FOOD! OMG, the food!

Diego

Crusin' with Captain Jesid on La Perla del Caribe, is about having a blast. Captain Jesid, our Colombian guide, is just wonderful!. He made sure every day was an adventure, from snorkeling hidden beaches to beach bonfires under the stars.

Valentina

Solo Sailing on La Perla del Caribe! ⛵️ Just got back from an epic solo trip on La Perla del Caribe. boat is perfect for solo travelers - comfy cabins, a friendly crew (mostly Spanish, but they know some English!), and even a bunk room if you're on a budget. Captain Jesid, our Colombian guide, was super welcoming and made sure I felt included in all the activities. The food was a real highlight

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