New Panga Boat Delivered

A brand new boat has just been gifted by students and a group of their friends connected with our 2015 Justice DTS. The Panga boat will be used for ministering in and around the Ngobe Indian tribes close to our jungle base, Outpost Panama.

Panga boat newThe students and friends all pitched in to make this happen and had it built locally. This will help our YWAMers just like a new van would bless any YWAM Center. The only way to access Outpost Panama is by water so this is our floating bus!

Once we get El Encuentro down to Panama next year and our partnerSHIP yacht Mello Moon (Eric and Annie Namowicz) arrives we will have 5 boats on site to do our work. A zodiac inflatable, two Panga’s, Mello Moon yacht and the EL ENCUENTRO.Panga boat new 3

Interested in knowing more? Contact us. We’d love to chat!

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