A few pictures from our last days in Atouna. It is a pretty tight Harbour but the exhausted crew of this boat then went and anchored right beside us. They had just sailed from the Galapagos and as it was getting dark and his one crew had just left we thought it more prudent to move our boat forward. He was vey apologetic and dropped off a very nice bottom of Panamanian rum in the morning.
Overnight the swell direction changed and made it less than safe where we were anchored. The photos do not do it justice but we could have surfed on the waves going past. We were anchored fairly shallow - for us - so not a lot of room under the keel in the big swells. We left in the morning.