The Panama Canal moves ships between the Atlantic Ocean on the east side and the Pacific Ocean on the west side. However, the Canal runs northwest to southeast. To avoid confusion the directions southbound and northbound are used, which is… Continue Reading →
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Panama’s cruise terminal to be state run
Hitch in transit of 500th ship using new locks
Panama gets over $1 billion from Canal
Panama Canal in top 17 must visit places
Most expensive US destroyer breaks down in Canal
Red alert and 80 km winds for Caribbean coast
On November 6-7 2016 we transited through the Canal on the 40′ catamaran Ceilydh Here is the wonderful blog post from Diane & Evan: http://maiaaboard.blogspot.com/2016/11/were-in-pacific-man-panama-canal-transit.html And our pictures and comments are at Ceilydh
This sloth was moving her baby along the fence in our garden
Lake Gatun reaches flood level
LNG carriers allowed to bunker at canal.
102 bookings for new canal locks
First ship to transit new Panama locks named
A video from the ACP showing a virtual tour of a Neopanamax vessel’s transit through the Expanded Canal
Ancient submarine found in Panama
Excellent description of how bad the taxis are for foreigners in Panama, and the wonders of Uber!! Hopefully they will manage to become properly legal there. Read it here
This graphic compares the size of the new and the old Panama Canal locks. There are already ships that are too big for the new ones!
Inauguration of expanded locks set for June 26
The first edition of the Panama Canal Transit Guide PDF was issued on 21st March 2016. You can purchase the PDF using the Paypal button located on the Transit The Canal page.
MadAboutPanama was created on 8th of March 2016, as a way to explain to yachts how to transit the Panama Canal, with a view to including lots more information about Panama and the Canal.