LAGOON 440

Cartagena , Colombia
# 3564
from $12.950,00 / Week

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SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Air horn,Binoculars,Fire extinguishers,Flare kit,Manual bilge pump

NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT

Autopilot,Apparent wind indicator,Compass,Depth sounder,Dividers,GPS/chart plotter,Hand Bearing Compass,Knot meter,Parallel rulers,Stereo/cockpit speakers,VHF mic at helm,Local charts,Cruising Guide to Florida Keys

AMENITIES

Air Conditioning,Bimini Top,Freezer,Fully Equipped Galley,Anchor,Linens,Microwave,Refrigeration,Stove,TV,Audio System,BBQ Grill,Generator,Cockpit Cushions,Inverter

Información del bote

Longitud
44
Capacidad de pasajeros
8
Capacidad para dormir
8
Año de construcción
2014

Instalaciones

Snorkeling Gear
No
Paddleboards
No
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Power, Sail
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
No
Languages Spoken
Spanish-English
Towels
Included
Model
LAGOON 440
Boat category
Catamaran

Precios

Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Charter - 1 Week (1 Week)
$12.950,00
Jeanneau 36
36 ft
8

Jeanneau 36

Cartagena
desde $850,00
Pershing 56
56 ft
15

Pershing 56

Cartagena
desde $3.500,00
Searay 340
34 ft
8

Searay 340

Cartagena
desde $1.625,00
45 Dufour
45 ft
12

45 Dufour

Cartagena
desde $1.100,00
Cartagena

Cartagena

Colombia’s port city of Cartagena sits on the Caribbean coast. Founded over 500 years ago, the city is packed with history and culture from its classic walled Old Town to the cobblestone streets and colorful buildings. With its tropical climate, Cartagena is one of Colombia’s top vacation destinations as people flock to the Bayside Calle del Arsenal in the Getsemani neighborhood which offers great beaches, nightlife, and salsa music. Cartagena is a vibrant, exciting place so be sure to check out these amazing activities there: 

Escape to the Beautiful Islands. Aside from having its own fantastic beaches, Cartagena is a gateway to some of the nearby islands. With your own boat, you’ll be able to head to Isla de Barú which is beloved for its palm tree-lined beaches and excellent snorkeling spots. You can also head to the relaxing Islas del Rosario—shaped like a Rosary—and well known for the incredible coral reefs and diversity of marine life. From these islands, you can loop around and head back into the exciting city of Cartagena.  

Travel Back into Colombia’s Past. Cartagena has a long history and there’s so much for you to explore. Generally, people visit Old Town by entering it through the impressive Torre del Reloj—clock tower—-where you can then explore the notorious Palace of the Inquisition and Las Bovedas, the 18th-century dungeon. You can also climb into the hills to visit the beautiful Castle of San Felipe de Barajas which offers incredible panoramas of the ocean and the city.

Experience the Best Beach in Cartagena. Hands down the most popular beach in Cartagena is Playa Blanca in Baru. The town is actually about thirty minutes from the city, but well worth the trip because it is one of the best spots in the region for all kinds of watersports or just enjoying a nap on the sand. The waters here are turquoise and from here, you can even head out to the island of Tierra Bomba. After a day in this quieter part of the region, you can head back and experience the thrilling nightlife in Getsemani and enjoy a little aguardiente—Colombian national spirit—and salsa dancing.  If you are looking for an exciting destination that combines the best of natural beauty, history, and exciting activities then be sure you head to Colombia on your next vacation! 

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