Exploring Panama’s Caribbean coast by catamaran

Plan South America’s sleek cruiser will ply the waters of the Bocas del Toro from the mainland coast to Escudo de Veraguas in sybaritic style

Kayaking in the waters of the Bocas del Toro, Panama, is just one of the options open to guests aboard Plan South America’s new catamaran
Kayaking in the waters of the Bocas del Toro, Panama, is just one of the options open to guests aboard Plan South America’s new catamaran

The Bocas del Toro region on the Caribbean coast of Panama has become one of the country’s most visited, with a colonial capital and an archipelago of some nine principal islands and thousands of other islets, named and unnamed. This season Plan South America (plansouthamerica.com; from $35,100 per week, all‑inclusive) has sorted what must be one of the best ways to explore it: a sleek, fully kitted-out catamaran sleeping eight, which will ply the waters of Bocas del Toro, from the mainland coast to its remotest island, Escudo de Veraguas. Onboard, guests will have four airy ensuite cabins and the comforts of a captain, chef and staff; once off the catamaran, they can snorkel, dive, kayak or fish, trek to remote waterfalls or claim a nameless beach all for themselves with a book, an umbrella and an icy beer. 

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