LE P’TIT POUCET Custom 60'


Rates per Day

Boat price $400 $133

2 $667
3 $800
4 $933
5 $1,067
Technical Details
Type Monohull
Length 60 feet
Shipyard French
Year 1947
Country France
Guests 5
Accommodations 1 single, 2 double
Air Conditioning No
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.

general view under sail 2 moins CIMG1741

The front part gives us the space to lie down, tan or enjoy the pleasant breeze while sailing in San Blas. With 2 rows of mattresses this area is perfect for relaxing, reading a bit or sharing with the family.



Shared (to the cabin): $ 233 per person / day

Exclusive: $ 300 per person / day


The rear lounge has tables for outside dining, but can also be covered by the tarp against the sun. The cockpit is divided into 2 parts, the first a well-equipped kitchen and the other a modern command center with sophisticated navigation equipment.



Your cabin choice

El P’tit Poucet (Pulgarcito) ofrece 2 cabañas muy cómodas para sus huéspedes.

The Pacific cabin with its striking design is a compromise between modern equipment and the tradition of wood, particularly the light wood paneling. Sleeping arrangements are generous – 2.10m X 2.00m king size! The toilet and shower are separate: the latter is equipped with a “jet” shower head on a mosaic background. A spacious and elegant cabin.

The other cabin offers the same carpentry and a large double bed. The toilet and shower are opposite, in the hallway.

In each cabin, guests can watch the movie or listen to the music of their choice thanks to a unique system of individual selection of the programs available on board.


The Crew


Adriana & Jean Pierre, the owners, are at the origin of this amazing project to turn a Breton trawler into an exceptional sailboat. They love to share their passion for San Blas and the Guna indigenous people. Music lovers, they offer an impressive selection of albums and close to a thousand films. Jean Pierre is a musician and his career as a sound engineer around the world offers a thousand and one anecdotes of which he, alone, has that talent to tell. They speak French and English.


Mask and snorkeling equipment.

Fishing team


Boat and HB 15 Cv

TV and sound system

Hot water

Wifi (in coverage area)

Fans and natural forced air ventilation system

Freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, etc …

Grill (BBQ)


Reviews & Publications

  • Veronica Espinoza & family (April 19th to 22nd, 2022)

  • Alejandro Abdelnur & Family (April 13th to 18th, 2022)

  • Cindy & Nicole Marilley (25-28 January, 2022)

  • Jean & Matt (Janaury 18th to 21st, 2022)

  • Wolfgang Birgit & Michael (December 26th to 29th, 2021)

  • 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!