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Operating since 1914 and considered one of the wonders of the world, this fifty-mile waterway transports ships by raising them from sea level to more than 85 feet via a series of gravity-powered locks.
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We sailed through on a sailing ship, unfortunately not under sail. The size of the container ships that went through were just incredible. It was exciting to watch the trains that pulled the ships through and the locks in action. An experience that should. It...More
Transited the Panama Canal on a memorable sunny day on board the Cunard Queen Victoria from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean. Entered the first of 3 Gatun Locks at 10am, midday into Gatun Lake, 2pm through Culebra Cut, followed by Pedro Miguel and...More
got the chance to take a pair of uncles and aunts from boston to see both of the locks they were blown away by the miraflores lock since we sat at the vip area of the restaurant atlantic and pacific., watch 3 mega sjps go...More