Monday, February 8, 2016

Islas Secas, Panama




After receiving our fair share of pipas at Isla Parida, we headed about 30 nm down the road to Isla Cavada, part of the Secas.  We stayed in the Secas for 2 nights.  The water was spectacular with the best visibility we had seen thus far in the Pacific.  We enjoyed a beautiful white sand beach and lots of snorkeling.  

We did have a bit of wind (up to 30 knots) and crappy seas heading to the Secas from Isla Parida.  We would later find out that the trade winds were creating problems all along the coast of Panama...











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