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Pacific Puddle Jump party at Shelter Bay Marina

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Date(s) - Mar 7, 2015
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Shelter Bay Marina

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For the past 5 years, the Balboa Yacht Club on the Pacific side of Panama has hosted a Pacific Puddle Jump party in March to honor and celebrate those voyaging yachts and crews who make the annual migration across to French Polynesia.

Co-sponsored by Tahiti Tourism and Latitude 38 magazine, the event has grown every year. Because of that growth, this year the event will be held both at Balboa Yacht Club, and for the first time, at Shelter Bay Marina, at the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal.

Pacific Puddle Jump party

Pacific Puddle Jump party

The Balboa Yacht Club will host the event on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Shelter Bay Marina will host the event on Saturday, March 7, 2015.

These are FREE events for all participants, both power and sail. There will be video and slide show presentations with dedicated question and answer sessions, giveaways, live music, raffle prizes, and a lot more.

Participants should register at www.pacificpuddlejump.com.

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