Amador cruise terminal in two years
235 cruise ships to transit Canal
Panama Canal container transit record
Panama Canal wins back traffic lost to Suez Canal
This post was recently on the facebook page of Panama Cruisers so we are not entirely certain where the information came from, but, if true, it seems the ACP is moving towards discouraging yachts from making the transit: “Information received… Continue Reading →
Panama flag registry, canal traffic expand
Fresh off its crazy Canal expansion, Panama is Central America’s new travel star
Panama Canal Does Some Good While Upending Historic Trade Routes
Panama deal likely to “finally scupper” Nicaragua canal: Chinese state media
Expanded Panama Canal Operational for a Year
Expanded Panama Canal Marks One Year Since Opening
Expanded Canal usage creates new records
Canal authority looking at 4th set of locks
The Central American waterway saw 1,016 vessels pass through its locks for the month, a year-over-year increase of 7 percent from April 2016, according to data from the Panama Canal Authority.
How a Deadly Prison Island Became a Natural Paradise
First cruise ship through new locks paid $400,000
1,000 Vessels Through the Expanded Panama Canal
Expanded Canal marks 1,000th transit
Fancy Software Brings the Panama Canal Into the 21st Century
The 400-year-old Spanish ruins of San Lorenzo are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, about 40 km (25 miles) west of Colón.
In 2015 we went to visit the Embera Drua Indian Village near Panama City. Here are some photos and information about our trip.
In February 2017 we went for a look at the New Washington Hotel in the city of Colon, on the Caribbean side of Panama. Check out our photos.
On February 07-08, 2017 we transited through the Canal on the 42′ Beneteau Just Dreamin’. Our pictures and comments are at Just Dreamin’
On February 03-04, 2017 we transited through the Canal on the 38′ Morgan Pilgrim. Our pictures and comments are at Pilgrim
On January 21-22, 2017 we transited through the Canal on the 42′ Privilege catamaran Shayler Our pictures and comments are at Shayler
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 →
The 10 Best Places To Discover Wildlife In Panama
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.