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sea camping in the San Blas islands

i have a 28ft. sailboat and i'm looking for travellers wanting to explore these wonderful and pristine islands with me.
the boat is very simple and the comfort is camping standards. modest contribution is asked so to help me keeping cruising, to maintain the boat and to cross the panama canal.
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Hi, my friend and I will be heading to San Blas in the middle of January, and were looking for a sailing opportunity.
I have experience sailing, she's a quick learner... and we have both been to san blas before.
When are you planning on being there? and what would you consider an appropriate contribution?
thanks
Emilee
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i should be there for the middle of january
probably i could also pick you up in portobello wich you can reach by bus
for the contribution it depends also how long you want to stay
anyway around 40us a day per person to give you an idea
see you
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Are you still offering sailing/boat camping in the San Blas area. If so how much is your daily rate ?

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Junaid

P.S. I have sailing experience.
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Are you still offering sailing/boat camping in the San Blas area. If so how much is your daily rate ?

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