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Cami & Nano's Family

Kelsall Tonga 39

from  230$


  • Type:            Kelsall Tonga 39

  • Rooms:        2

  • Toilets:         1

  • Capacity:    4 people


  • Double bed

  • Private bathroom

  • Bed linen and Towels

  • Cupboard

  • USB charger

  • Fan


  • Paddle board SUP

  • Snorkeling equipment

  • Fishing gear

  • Optimist (sailing dinghy for rent)



We are a floating family that live aboard our beloved 39 feet catamaran. We are filmmakers, travelers and sailors, we are exploring the Caribbean at the moment, with our two kids Benjamín (6) and Lúa (3). In our sailboat we can discover the Guna Yala Archipelago freely, watching unique landscapes. You can get off the boat to walk around the paradisiac islands, snorkel in coral reefs o just relax in the hammock with a good book or music.

Living in a sailboat is one of the most amazing options that we found to take refuge in nature and escape from the problems of the big cities. Our energy is given by the sun and the rain water fills our tanks while fishing is our main source of food.

We work in the audiovisual area and we took advantage of this decision for searching different realities and shoot them. We are making a documentary about textil art in Latin America and the Kunas is a culture to portray.

Our dream is to shoot, travel and raise our kids in the way.


Spoken Languages:

Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and Italian.


  • Shared Boat

 230$ / day / p. pers

 300$  single cabin

-30% off for children under 7 years-old

free for 0-2 years (if they sleep with their parents)​

    Private boat 

 400$ the boat plus 225 per pers

All Inclusive:

All meals

Alcoholics and non-alcoholics drinks, at reasonable consumption 

Activities in and out the boat

Bed Linen and Towels

Daily Housekeeping

Kuna islands fees

Dinghy w/overboard engine 15 hp

Transportation fees to and from the boat

Entrance fees and taxes to Kuna Yala. 

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