Jan 9th Panama Canal Transit

Very hot day. It was a smooth and uneventful transit. If you have never been it always amazes you. Truly an engineering marvel. Opened August 15, 1914. The SSAncon was the first commercial vessel to make the transit. Built at a total cost of $639,000,000 US dollars, over 34 years of construction.

Our route:

Panama Canal Map 001 (1168x1280)

Morning Sunrise:

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The locks in this morning:

Lovely local:

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About mrvideo1949

Cruising my retirement!
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2 Responses to Jan 9th Panama Canal Transit

  1. Fantastic photos of your transit through the Canal. I especially like how they look in the slides show. I also noticed that you didn’t forget to photograph the pretty señoritas.

  2. Pamela Quiroz says:

    Wish I was there with you guys. Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 22:09:43 +0000 To: pgquiroz@hotmail.com

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