A fantastic Sailing Catamaran, Catana 43, ideal for high-range charter, measuring 13.10 metres/43 feet, built in 1999 by the French Shipbuilders Catana, called Nator and sailing under a Spanish Flag.
A fast and safe boat designed with the customer’s comfort in mind and providing high luxury during your nautical holidays, with very wide hulls both on the port and starboard sides, ensuring a spectacular sensation of stability.
He was born to a family with its own small fishing boat-building business, and grew up learning about and living from the sea, helping his father build and maintain boats.
He spent some time as a skipper of small yachts, both in the Mediterranean and the Cantabrian Sea, developing this job until it turned into a true passion for the sea.
In 2001, he decided to buy his first catamaran, the Catana 43, a fast, safe and easy-to-manoeuvre vessel and he decides to sail with it around the Mediterranean.
In 2006, he decided to cross the Atlantic for the first time, sailing to the Island of Guadalupe, In the Caribbean Sea.
In November 2008, he took to the sea again with some friends: this time in a Catana 52 to cross the Atlantic for a second time, sailing from Spain to the Island of San Martín, where they arrived after 18 days.
In 2007, he began sailing the Caribbean, from the Virgin Isles to the Grenadines, going on to Aruba, Curacao, Cartagena de Indias, San Blas, Panama and Costa Rica, crossing the Panama Canal through the Pacific and returning to the Caribbean to arrive at the Islands of Providencia and San Andrés, Belize, Mexico, South of Cuba and the Bahamas. All of this, using the base port situated in a marina in Panama, in the Caribbean zone.
He spent the latest few years sailing through the Islands of San Blas. After sailing through many different corners of the Caribbean, he decided that the Islands of San Blas were the most idyllic. The geography and people of the Islands captivated him, which is why he has decided to embark on this new adventure of chartering through the islands.