5-star Windjammer Sea Cloud II To Visit Costa Rica For The First Time

In January 2012 the SEA CLOUD II, the last windjammer ever built on which guests can experience the sails being set and all the sailing maneuvers performed by hand without any buttons being pushed, will transit the Panama Canal for the first time to discover the sailing waters of the Pacific for itself. A special travel destination is Costa Rica, the “Switzerland of Central America” right on the doorstep of the USA.

The voyage with the SEA CLOUD II combines the experience of sailing along the Pacific coast with a variety of shore visits leading to the most beautiful National Parks of Costa Rica. Biologists, local guides and lecturers on board the SEA CLOUD II divulge the secrets of Costa Rica’s countryside to guests while they enjoy the highest level of comfort that a 5-star cruise ship has to offer.


Dates: Puerto Caldera (San José) – Puerto Caldera, January 16-23, 2012 or January 23-30, 2012, 8 days/7 nights from USD 3,995 p.p. in a guaranteed 2-bed outside cabin incl. shore trips.