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She lifts her anchor to pursue the sea

Each time an adventure a new world to see

With sails full a steady wind blows

The trip unveils beauty, Costa Rica it shows.

 

With delightful crew and able mates

Freedom unleashing, my soul anticipates

To leave the land the world astern

Open freedom, the heart does yearn

 

This time is treasure that we embrace

Before returning to the human race

Set sail or fish and soak up the sun

A day on the water, is a day well won.

Pacific Soul Sailing photo by Perry Carlile

Gamefisher II

GUANACASTE: This is no fish tale; it is the tale of a family. In 1987, Captain Richard Chellemi was hired to captain a brand new custom-built sport fisher christened Gamefisher II out of the Marina Flamingo. It was one of three beautiful Gamefisher boats: fiberglass on wood construction made in San José, Costa Rica. 

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Fish Drake Bay

OSA PENINSULA: Escape the crowds, marinas and high priced fishing lodges and come fish with the #1 rated tour on Trip Advisor in beautiful Drake Bay.  We are located 50 miles south of Manuel Antonio on the northern end of the world famous Corcovado National Park on the Osa peninsula.  You won’t find any large hotels, condos or casinos here, just rainforest and wildlife.  

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Sportsfishing

Intrepid saltwater anglers especially should rejoice at the perfect timing. Right on the heels of the opening comes Costa Rica’s annual world-class billfish bite. From December through April, the waters of the Pacific, especially off Costa Rica’s Central Pacific coast, teem with marlin and sailfish. 

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Boating

You can’t miss those large yachts cruising the shorelines of Costa Rica. Have you ever dreamed about what it is like to experience the luxury of being on a yacht … being pampered, and the total getaway package?

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Yachting

I kick off my flip flops and wade knee-deep into the water for a quick jump onto the 25-foot motorboat, La Tica Linda III. It’s being held in place against the small incoming waves by our guide, Eddie, while Captain Oscar keeps the anchor line tight.

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Perfect Boat Day Became My New Habit

I kick off my flip flops and wade knee-deep into the water for a quick jump onto the 25-foot motorboat, La Tica Linda III. It’s being held in place against the small incoming waves by our guide, Eddie, while Captain Oscar keeps the anchor line tight.

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Pacific Soul Sailing

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