LE P’TIT POUCET Custom 60'


Rates per Day


2 $600
3 $900
4 $1,200
5 $1,500
Technical Details
Type Monohull
Length 60 feet
Shipyard French
Year 1947
Country France
Guests 5
Accommodations 1 single, 2 double
Kayaks 1

Hop-o’-My-Thumb !

Le P’tit Poucet is the name of this charming and unique 60′ wooden sailboat reminding the atmosphere of Charles Perrault fairy-tales.


The forward deck is dedicated to quiet time to lie in the sun or under the tarp shade. With rows of comfortable cushions, you will love this area for relaxing, reading and for long, lazy evenings watching the sun go down. Also great for evening aperitif!


The aft cockpit offers a comfortable wooden table and seats to have meals or just chat. The wheelhouse is divided in 2 parts: the modern kitchen with its dinette & a navigation area with the most sophisticated equipment one can expect.

Your cabin choice

Le Petit Poucet offers two guests double cabins an 1 single one.

A specially designed beds, made-to-measure in a comfortably large size (2 x 2.10m), will give you the best night’s sleep. Jet shower decorated with colorful mosaic tiles. Sink and mirror space, private toilets.

The other cabin offers a large bed. Toilets and shower are located in the companionway. There’s also a third single cabin.

In both cabins and juts one click, you can also access to a wide choice of films & music. This cool and comfortable space has a skylight, porthole and electric natural ventilation system.

The Crew


Adriana & Jean Pierre an English speaking French couple did supervise the whole construction of this unique sailboat. They love to host guests and help them discover the Kuna culture and the San Blas best anchorages. They are found of music (Jean Pierre is musician and worked all life worldwide long as sound engineer) and store hundred of albums aboard as well as a thousand of films.

SHARED: $233/ person / day

EXCLUSIVE:  $300/ person / day

Children between 0-3 years are free of charge (Only for private charters, consult us for cabin charters).
Children between for 4-12 years get 50% off.

 The extras!

  • Snorkeling Gear
  • Harpoon
  • Fishing Gear
  • Hammock
  • 15 hp Dinghy for 5 pers
  • Salon with TV and Sound System
  • WiFi (if connection is available)
  • Warm Water
  • Fans
  • Freezer
  • Washing-machine
  • BBQ

comfortable spot to read with the best front view!!

Reviews & Publications

  • Sergi & Nicole + Alain 30/11/2019

  • Jeremy,Milena & children, March 2019

  • Denise & Daniele February 2019

  • Andrew & Belinda May 2018

  • Samantha and David – May 2018




  • March – 2018

  • Jon Powers- Feb. 2018 (Shared Cabin Cruise)

  • Paul & Sophie- February 2017

  • BubOKC – 2016

    tripadvisorMy wife and I, both seniors, spend five delightful days with Adrian and Jean Pierre Cassotti on their well appointed, comfortable and splendidly maintained sail boat, Le Ptit Poucet. Our below deck guest cabin was roomy, well ventilated and comfortable. The San Blas area is well worth a visit and any good guide book will provide much more information than I can write here. Read more…

  • Marjolaine – October 2016


  • Jessica Lebbe de France et du Québec – Janvier 2016

  • Patrick Lebbe – Janvier 2016

    Bonjour, suite à notre séjour sur le P’tit Poucet du 05 janvier au 08 janvier 2016, je dois dire que nous sommes satisfaits de notre petite croisière de 3 jours qui s’est bien passée sur le bateau avec bonne humeur et beaucoup de plaisir à découvrir ces îles merveilleuses de San Blas. Adrienne et Jean Pierre sont des personnes faciles à vivre, pour tout dire, le capitaine a des qualités de maître à bord avec du caractère en particulier lors des manœuvres de navigation et l’hôtesse a des qualités de cuisinière incontestables, et tous les deux sont à l’écoute de leurs hôtes. La mise en confiance et l’adaptation a été rapide pour chacun de nous trois. Nous avons vécu des moments très agréables en leur compagnie.

    La première journée nous a permis de découvrir les îles environnantes du point d’ancrage du bateau et d’observer le milieu sous marin avec masque et tuba. Le deuxième jour, nous avons donc fait une navigation de 2H30 pour nous rendre aux îles Los Cayos Holandesas qui sont vraiment paradisiaques, et sur l’une desquelles où nous avons côtoyé les Kunas et partagé un repas. le troisième jour si vite arrivé nous a permis d’apprécier à nouveau cet endroit de dépaysement total et de regagner notre point de départ dans l’après midi.

    Voila en quelques mots mes sentiments par rapport à ce petit voyage évidemment trop court!

    Je suis convaincu que d’autres facettes du Panama restent à découvrir, et nous gardons à l’horizon cette destination dans nos carnets de voyage.

  • Jay & Carole – November 2015

    Adriana & Jean Pierre,

    Good to hear from you. I’m glad Jean Pierre is feeling better. We thoroughly enjoyed our few days on the boat with you folks! Also, G, with his local knowledge and connections was a marvelous addition! We would gladly recommend you to anyone!

    My pictures are not quite ready yet, but I think there are some good ones. When they are ready, I will put them up on Flickr and you would be welcome to use any of them you would like on your web site. With Christmas almost upon us, it may be the first of the year before I am able to put them up. If you haven’t heard from me in a few weeks, e-mail me to remind me.

    Au Revoir et prenez soin de vous!