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Panama Canal

Cruising the Panama Canal is a unique and memorable experience that allows travelers to traverse the narrow strip of land that connects North and South America. The canal cuts through the Isthmus of Panama and provides a vital shortcut for ships traveling between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Here are some key points about cruising the Panama Canal that will be covered:

  • Itinerary - Full or partial Canal crossing.

  • Departure Ports - West/East Coast or Panama?

  • Ports of Call.

  • Canal Viewing.

  • Season.

  • Must-Do experiences.

Before embarking on a Panama Canal cruise, it's advisable to check with the cruise line for the latest information on itineraries, ports of call, and any travel restrictions that may apply.

On a personal note; Panama Canal cruise is a must for anyone who love history and engineering, as it is a marvel today as it was when it was first built. My last cruise ever, as a crew-member (and a Cruise Consultant, of course) was from Florida to California, crossing the Canal from the Atlantic to the Pacific, as a guest of the Captain on the Ship's bridge. 

Panama Canal Cruises
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