Trip Info
San Andres Archipelago 
How to get to San Andres.
From US: As we are departing on a Sunday, the best way to get to San Andres is to fly in to Cartagena the day before, on Saturday. There are international flights to Cartagena from Miami, New York and Panama arriving in the early afternoon.
Cartagena de Indias  is a UNESCO world heritage site and is a port city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. By the sea is the walled Old Town, founded in the 16th century, with squares, cobblestone streets and colorful colonial buildings.
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Spend the afternoon and the night in this beautiful city, and fly from Cartagena to San Andres the following day. There are three direct flights to San Andres, the best one being Latam Airlines as it arrive San Andres earliest, 1:33 pm.
When you arrive you will be picked up at the airport and taken to Nene's marina, where Quest will be at anchor waiting for you and ready to set sail.
From Europa: If you fly from Europa you will fly in to Bogota. It is then better to continue to San Andres the same day, arriving on Saturday, the day before departure, and spend the evening and night in San Andres.
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Or a combination of the two off course to see as much of Colombia as possible 
How to get from San Andres.
The day of departure there are two direct flights to Cartagena, departing 1:47pm and 4:25 pm, arriving 3:09pm and 6:02 pm.
To Bogota there are several daily flights, the first one at 10:20 am.
Departs from
Returns to:
Airfares
San Andres. San Andres Island
Boarding: Sunday 12:00pm
San Andres, San Andres Island
Disembark: Saturday 09:00am
Getting to Quest
We will be at anchor off Nene's Marina at the northern tip of the Island.
We will meet at Nene's marina at 12:00pm for boarding.

     Included

  • Single bed in two bed cabin          with upper and lower beds

  • All meals and snacks

  • Beer, wine 

  • Up to 19 dives

  • Tanks and weight belts

  • Bed sheets and towels

     Not Included
  • Airfare

  • Ground transfers to and from the airport

  • Dive gear

  • Pre or post hotel stays

  • Fees and taxes

  • Crew gratuity

  • Covid 19 test (if required)

     Deposits/Payments
A $250.00 per person deposit. The balance is due 90 days prior to departure.
Method of Payment
Paypal or wire transfer
Travel Insurance
S/Y Quest will not offer refunds for charters cancelled or shortened due to adverse weather, acts of God or nature, or events not within the reasonable control of S/Y Quest. We strongly recommend you obtain travel insurance for your vacation.
It is also recommended that all divers have diving accident insurance. For more information and to purchase dive and travel insurance, visit the providers below: 
  • DAN   
  • Diveassure
  • Travelex

Travel Check List

Covid-19 Information
Entry and Exit Requirements: 
  • Are U.S. citizens permitted to enter?  Yes. 

  • Limited international flights have resumed to eight of Colombia’s busiest airports:  Bogota, Cartagena, Medellin (Rionegro), Cali, Barranquilla, Armenia, Pereira, and Bucaramanga.

  • Is a negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry?  Yes. 

  • The Ministry of Health has announced that all inbound international passengers must have a negative COVID-19 test result.  Travelers arriving to Colombia must present negative results from a COVID-19 PCR test administered no more than 96 hours prior to departure. 

CLOTHING AND PERSONAL ITEMS TO BRING:
Keep in mind that space is limited on a sailboats. We suggest bringing several bathing suits, shorts, long pants, several t-shirts and a wind breaker all packed in soft luggage. Also pack sunscreen (non-oil/reef safe) and sunglasses. At night it can be a little bit chili so bring sweats/warm clothing for topside. Personal items such as aspirin, decongestants and shampoos are also recommended.
What to bring
  • Dive logbook to keep track of your dives

  • Dive certification card

  • Mask, fins and snorkel 

  • Buoyancy compensator 

  • Regulator with submersible pressure gauge 

  • Dive watch 

  • Depth gauge or computer 

  • Wetsuit 

  • Dive light 

  • Chemical light stick or suitable substitute 

What not to bring
Big bulky bags – try to pack light and in soft-sided bags.
There is really not any space onboard to store hard suit cases and the same for the carry on hand luggage.
So bring only soft bags or backpacks