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Old 28-08-2018, 21:20   #1
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Hi! I am fearful of flying and trying to find a way by boat to Colombia (especially bogota). Does anyone know of a charter company or cruise line that will go there and allow me to explore for a couple of weeks before returning to Florida ?
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Re: Colombia

You will most likely have a hard time getting to Bogota by boat
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Hi! I am fearful of flying and trying to find a way by boat to Colombia (especially bogota). Does anyone know of a charter company or cruise line that will go there and allow me to explore for a couple of weeks before returning to Florida ?
Thank you in advance,
Jodi
*i am okay with getting to Cartagena by boat and then figuring out the rest of the way, just having a hard time getting to Cartagena by boat * any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: Colombia

In this context “cruiser” means folks who operate their own personal boats. Not a cruiser as in a huge ship crammed with old folks for 5 days and 6 nights.

In short, I think you are barking up the wrong tree.

Try here. Give them a call, maybe you can split a trip.

https://www.ncl.com/port-of-call/cru...agena-colombia
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Re: Colombia

It's would be an adventure itself getting there, but there are plenty of small boats plying that area. They haul motorcycles across from Panama in them, so get one of those. Looks like the big KTM is the most popular motorbike.
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