One of the most boutique cruise options operating in Central America, the Panorama gives 49 passengers a unique sailing experience with comforts usually found in a hotel setting.
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Originally built in 1993 and then rebuilt in 2001 and refurbished in 2014, the Panorama is a 24 cabin motorsailor that offers spacious deck space, comfortable cabins and personalized service.
The lower deck is primarily made up of Category B and C cabins while the main deck houses the indoor dining room as well as six Category A cabins. The upper deck features an indoor and outdoor bar and lounge in addition to two Category A cabins.
The sundeck gives guests an open air experience perfect for observing nature or relaxing with a book in the fresh air.
The cabins are broken into three categories depending on location and layout. All cabins feature either two lower twin beds or one double bed, air conditioning, flat-screen television, telephone, mini-fridge and private bathrooms.
Category C cabins (x4)
Category C cabins are located on the lower deck and feature portholes for natural light. The rooms can be set up with either twin beds or one double bed.
Category B cabins (x12)
Category B cabins are found on the lower deck and are similar to Category C but with slightly more space, preferred location in the middle of the ship and two twin beds.
Category A cabins (x8)
Category A cabins are located either on the main or upper deck and feature full sized windows, preferred location and either two twin beds or one double bed.
- Breakfast is a buffet style served in the indoor dining room.
- Lunch is à la carte served in the indoor dining room.
- Dinner is à la carte served in the indoor dining room.
- Tea and coffee are available at the bar all day and an outdoor barbecue is attempted once a cruise.
- 7 nights: Panama City, Panama to Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica.
- 7 nights: Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica to Panama City, Panama.
Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica
The unique, fearless wildlife of the Galapagos.
Relax on a beautiful Pacific beach.
Search for the resplendent quetzal and other birdlife in the cool Costa Rican cloudforest.
Undertake zip-lining, white-water rafting as well as other activities around Arenal.
Get up close to the perfectly conical Arenal Volcano.
- Daily tours ashore
- On board lectures
- Board games
- Zodiac boats
- Alfresco dining
- Observation deck
- Indoor/outdoor bar
- Sun deck lounge chairs
- Open bridge
- Mini library