STAR COLLECTOR: DISCOVERING UNSEEN CENTRAL AMERICA VIA THE PANAMA CANAL

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Star Collector: Discovering Unseen Central America via the Panama Canal

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Mar 20 Fri
6:00 PM
 
Mar 21 Sat
10:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Mar 22 Sun
At Sea
Mar 23 Mon
8:00 AM
4:00 PM
 
Mar 24 Tue
10:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Mar 25 Wed
7:00 AM
1:00 PM
 
Mar 26 Thu
At Sea
Mar 27 Fri
1:00 PM
7:00 PM
 
Mar 28 Sat
8:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Mar 29 Sun
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
 
Mar 30 Mon
7:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Mar 31 Tue
4:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Mar 31 Tue
10:00 PM
11:59 PM
 
Apr 1 Wed
12:01 AM
5:00 PM
 
Apr 2 Thu
At Sea
Apr 3 Fri
8:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Apr 4 Sat
8:30 AM
5:00 PM
 
Apr 5 Sun
6:00 AM
6:00 PM
 
Apr 6 Mon
6:00 AM
 
FRI MAR 20
TO 6:00 PM Miami

day 1 Miami, Florida


Miami, Florida
With an average temperature of a pleasant 76°, there seems to be something for everyone in Miami.  South Beach’s trendy nightlife, the charm of the Art Deco district, the calypso energy of Little Havana, the busy Calle Ocho area, the luxury of Miami Beach and the Coral Gables, the variety of shopping in Coconut Grove and the sports lures of deep-sea fishing, golf, boating, and tennis – only the beginning of the delights to be found here.
SAT MAR 21
10:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Key West

day 2 Key West, Florida


Key West, Florida
This southernmost city of Florida is only 90 miles from Cuba, only accessible from the mainland via the Overseas Highway, and famed for is coral reefs that are a destination for divers and snorkelers, and its stunning beaches. Two of the notable buildings of Key West are the Ernest Hemingway House, where he lived for 8 years, and the Harry S. Truman Little White House. The National Register of Historic Places includes the Porter House and the Gato House.
MON MAR 23
8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM Cozumel

day 4 Cozumel, Mexico


Cozumel, Mexico
The Mesamerican Barrier Reef spans 14 miles around the Mexican island of Cozumel and the impressive marine diversity here makes it an excellent place for snorkeling and diving. Chankanaab, an eco-park surrounding a lagoon offers underwater caverns that are home to dolphins, manatees and sea turtles.  Or take a ferry ride over to the mainland to explore the beaches of Playa del Carmen.
TUE MAR 24
10:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Belize City

day 5 Belize City, Belize


Belize City, Belize
With an origin as a logging camp and exporter of mahogany, Belize City is known now as the gateway to lovely nature and beautiful offshore islands. But stay in town long enough to check out the Swing Bridge – the only functioning manually operated bridge in the world. Then find the Cave Branch River for a float through ancient Mayan caves or visit the howler monkeys at the Community Baboon Sanctuary.
WED MAR 25
7:00 AM TO 1:00 PM Roatan

day 6 Roatan, Honduras


Roatan, Honduras
The ocean playground around Roatan is part of the huge Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. These protected waters provide excellent snorkeling, kayaking, swimming with dolphins and other marine life and pristine powdery white beaches. Sample tradition island cuisine like conch, baleadas or pastilles in one of the many excellent cafes accompanied by delicious Honduran coffee
FRI MAR 27
1:00 PM TO 7:00 PM Isla San Andres

day 8 Isla San Andres, Colombia


Isla San Andres, Colombia
At 10 square miles, the small island of San Andrés is considered a Colombia hot spot. The island, part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, is multicultural and bilingual with the best beaches, and snorkeling spots. It’s a highlight to snorkel with puffer fish, angel fish, sea turtles and eels in the crystal-clear turquoise waters surrounding the island.
SAT MAR 28
8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Puerto Limón/Moin

day 9 Puerto Limón/Moin, Costa Rica


Puerto Limón/Moin, Costa Rica
As the most important port of Costa Rica, Puerto Limon has a long history dating back to when Columbus landed here in 1502. Used initially for exporting bananas and grains, Puerto Limon is now more famous for its cashews and its unique architecture. This area is well known also for it amazing national parks, pristine beaches and fun surf. Parque Vargas offers an impressive view over the Atlantic and Veragua Rainforest Park includes the largest indoor nocturnal frog exhibit.
SUN MAR 29
8:00 AM TO 5:00 PM Bocas del Toro

day 10 Bocas del Toro, Panama


Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro on Bastimentos island was visited by Columbus in 1502 and then built up with colorful and Caribbean-style clapboard houses by the United Fruit Company in the early 20th century.   Situated on the beautiful Bocas del Toro archipelago, the laid-back and friendly community is a great combination of races and ethnicities living harmoniously. West Indians, Latinos and Extraneros (the resident gringos) make this an easy place to feel right at home and embrace the relaxed Caribbean vibe of the town. Not far from town is the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, as well as two national parks, La Amistad and many banana plantations. We will anchor at Red Frog Marina, considered to have the finest beaches of Panama.
MON MAR 30
7:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Colón

day 11 Colón, Panama


Colón, Panama
Explore the inner workings of the Panama Canal, head into the jungle to meet with Embera Indians, or take an aerial tram ride through the rainforest canopy. 
TUE MAR 31
4:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Panama Canal

day 12 Panama Canal, Panama


Panama Canal, Panama
At nearly 48 miles long, on your transit through the Panama Canal you will enter three sets of locks that raise and lower the vessel 85 feet between the calm Pacific Ocean and the shimmering waters of the Atlantic. Your voyage features a daylight hours transit with numerous observation vantage points for outside viewing and comfortable indoor air-conditioned lounges. Expert onboard commentary enhances your journey as you watch the day to day workings of this bucket list experience. 
TUE MAR 31
10:00 PM TO 11:59 PM Balboa / Fuerte Amador

day 12 Balboa / Fuerte Amador, Panama


Balboa / Fuerte Amador, Panama
One of the entrances to the Panama Canal on the Pacific side, Balboa/Fuerte Amador was founded in 1519 and is a short distance from Panama City.  In 2012 Balboa was ranked #1 in Latin America in the category of world's busiest container ports. Sightseeing highlights include the colonial homes, the Administration Building, the Goethals Memorial, the Prado, and the local handicraft markets of traditional Panamanian crafts.
WED APR 1
12:01 AM TO 5:00 PM Balboa / Fuerte Amador

day 13 Balboa / Fuerte Amador, Panama


Balboa / Fuerte Amador, Panama
One of the entrances to the Panama Canal on the Pacific side, Balboa/Fuerte Amador was founded in 1519 and is a short distance from Panama City.  In 2012 Balboa was ranked #1 in Latin America in the category of world's busiest container ports. Sightseeing highlights include the colonial homes, the Administration Building, the Goethals Memorial, the Prado, and the local handicraft markets of traditional Panamanian crafts.
FRI APR 3
8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Isla Parida

day 15 Isla Parida, Panama


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Located within a Nature Preserve of 50 islands, and part of Chiriqui Marine National Park lovely Isla Parida boasts magnificent beaches, one of which is over 1,300 feet long.  The crystal clear waters stay at 82 degrees year round and are filled with marine life. There are numerous hardwood trees like teak, mahogany, and eucalyptus, and fruit trees like mango, banana and coconut trees. Here you will be treated to Windstar's Signature Beach Party on a secluded beach that faces the Pacific Ocean.
SAT APR 4
8:30 AM TO 5:00 PM Golfo Dulce

day 16 Puerto Jimenez (Golfo Dulce), Costa Rica


Puerto Jimenez (Golfo Dulce), Costa Rica
Picture Jurassic foliage growing down steep hillsides all the way to the waterline, the hoots  of monkeys echoing through trees choked by orchids. Golfo Dulce is one of Costa Rica’s most biodiverse areas, where both the jungle and the sea brim with life. Explore the canals by kayak in search of javelinas, butterflies, and more bird species than in all of North America. This port is accessed with a wet landing.
SUN APR 5
6:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Quepos

day 17 Quepos, Costa Rica


Quepos, Costa Rica
The former banana-exporting town of Quepos is your basecamp for a day of rainforest adventure. Take a walk along trails that weave up to waterfalls, or ride horseback to a beautiful jungle pool. A float trip through a mangrove swamp populated by monkeys, crocodiles, egrets, and herons is also available. Or you may choose a nature walk through Manuel Antonio National Park, with its lovely beaches, easy trails, and abundant animal life. 
MON APR 6
6:00 AM TO Puerto Caldera

day 18 Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica


Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica
Located on the Gulf of Nicoya, the small town of Puerto Caldera is one of Costa Rica’s top attractions, perfect for travelers who like more off the beaten path destinations where the native Tico lifestyle can be experienced. It is the gateway to San Jose, Jaco and the big city of Puntarenas, plus Los Suenos and Tortuga Island. Carara National Park is nearby, the rainforest home to crocodiles, over 400 species of birds and is considered the most likely place to see scarlet macaws.

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