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EQUATOR TO

PANAMA IN

7 DAYS

+

KUNA YALA

TRIBE

Captain Keith Plaskett Peruvian Amazon

30 Oct, Sunday - left Salinas, Ecuador at 11 am - 5 Nov - arriving in Panama

Captains Log:

Day 1 - 30 Oct : Left Salinas Yatch Club at 11 am, fuel 1200 gallons . water: 200 gallons

Day 2 - 31 Oct : Crossul Equator at 11 am - speed 6.7 knots

Day 3 - 1 Nov:   835 miles off Colombia, speed 8 knots, used 300 gallons fuel, 50 gallons water

11:20 pm 1/3 into Colombia -

Day 4 - 2 Nov:   08:05 am lost starboard transmission, oil pump driveshaft problems, speed 3 knots

Day 5 - 3 Nov:   11:05 am, speed 2.5 knots

Day 6 - 4 Nov:   Repaired starboard transmission with JB Weld Epoxy, 8 knots speed

Day 7 - 5 Nov:   03:00 am Anchored Panama City, Panama Canal anchorage

Visit to Kuna Yala community

Kuna Yala, formerly known as San Blas, is an indigenous province in Northeast Panama (Official Gazette of Panama). Kuna Yala is home to the indigenous group known as the Kunas. Its capital is El Porvenir. It is bounded on the north by the Caribbean Sea, on the south by the Darién Province and Emberá-Wounaan, on the east by Colombia, and on the west by the province of Colón.

 

EQUATOR TO PANAMA

El Captain Keith Plaskett
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