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There's not much infrastructure in either side of the border, so I don't think there's any ferry service. And even if it did, you won't find any immigration office in the Colombian side (the largest/closest town is Bahia Solano (Ciudad Mutis), and it doesn't have one). I recommend traveling by the Caribbean if you want to stay on the surface, or fly ...
From my experience... Yes, traveling in Colombia is rather easy, often time consuming but what to expect from such a vast country. Long distance busses - they are rather comfortable, usually with toilets and WiFi. Finding schedule is a problem but you can always ask at the bus station (e.g. at the arrival), We had no problems with reservations or anything ...
I can now share my experience... There was no need to buy any local sim cards as WiFi is almost everywhere: hotels, hostels, B&Bs, restaurants and busses (long distance ones). Just to remind you, be sure your mobile is fully charged and definitely have power bank handy (especially on the bus).
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