1. Panama Canal

    Ever wondered how ships get through the (original) Panama Canal? We get guided in and out of the locks by 8 locomotives , or mules , on the sides of the locks . 4 on the Port side and 4 on the Starboard side . They are made fast to the bow and stern of the ship using wires to help keep us in position during the transit . With only about 40cm to spare on either side of the ship , there really is no room . . .

  2. Panama To Open Huge Cruise Port On Pacific Side of Panama Canal

    Panama To Open Huge Cruise Port On Pacific Side of Panama Canal With Chinese investment funds , the country of Panama is building a new cruise port that will be able to handle 5 large cruise ships at a time . 50 , 000 people a day will be able to use the port's facilities . The name of the port will beThe Amador Cruise Port and it will be located on the Pacific Ocean side of the Panama Canal . Today . . .

  3. Transiting the Panama Canal

    Transiting the Panama Canal #panamacanal #sailing #maritime #marineinsight Video by Rahul Gupta Checkout Our eBooks For Deck Department =>> https://buff . ly/2FtnE1g Send us your " Life At Sea " pics along with some details at photos @marineinsight . com Note: Respect the Photographer . This photograph is only for sharing purpose and not for any commercial use . We take great care in ensuring that all cred . . .

  4. Cruising the Panama Canal.......

    The Panama Canal has connected the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean via one of hsitory's most incredible examples of large scale engineering . It takes 10 hours to pass through the canal . Cruise ships pay a $150 , 000 . 00 toll to pass through the canal . By using the canal , ships save $7 , 872 miles by bypassing the trip around South America #panamacanal #princess cruises