Perlas IslandsPosted: February 3, 2001 February 3, 2001
Off to Contadora in the Perlas Islands. Good to be under way. Left a package of frozen meat in the freezer at PMBC, but Hugo of Hugo's Yacht Services put it on a plane to Contadora for us. The local plane service is excellent with frequent and inexpensive flights to all the islands in both oceans.
February 9, 2001
The hard NE winds that are common this time of year made most Perlas anchorages less than exciting so we moved on to San Jose to see Dieter and Gerda, a German couple who have been subsistence living here since our last trip in 1987. They remembered us well and we were able to fill the boat with fruit from their trees. They have given up on selling vegetables; they were just not able to keep the animals and bugs from them. There is a new hotel in this bay owned and run by Novey's, the big hardware chain in Panama. Very friendly to visiting yachts.
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The following log and pictures are from Cabot and Heidi aboard CHEWINK, their Lyman-Morse Seguin 49 which Cabot built in 1987 and has sailed more than 62,000 miles. The log follows them as they began their second circumnavigation in 2000 through their current adventures in the Caribbean.