Thursday, November 15, 2012
Here we see the Zuiderdam Cruise Ship, a Vista class cruise ship owned and operated by Holland America Line with a Capacity 1,916 passengers and a crew of 842, doing a partial Panama Canal transit, that means she goes up the Gatun Locks into the Gatun Lake and later today goes back down the same way heading out again to the Caribbean sea. This image was taken today on November 15 2012.
|Zuiderdam Cruise Ship|
Posted by Haui at 5:12 AM
Friday, November 9, 2012
Here in this image we see the Crystal Symphony cruise ship, owned and operated by Crystal Cruises, with a capacity of 922 passengers and 545 crew, just before entering the Pedro Miguel Locks in her south bound Panama Canal transit today November 9 2012. And in the second image entering the Miraflores Locks.
|Crystal Symphony entering the Miraflores Locks|
Posted by Haui at 11:15 AM
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Here we see 2 images from the north bound Panama Canal transit of the Coral Princess Cruise Ship, in one image we see the view from the cruise ships live cam towards the Miraflores locks and the Miraflores Lake and in the second image from the live cam at the Miraflores Locks that can be found here. These images where taken today November 6th 2012. Plus we show you an embedded Google map showing the Panama Canal, you may zoom in to the Panama Canal and w see the locks in this or in satellite view.
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|Coral Princess Live Camera|
|Coral Princess in the Miraflores Locks|
Posted by Haui at 6:23 AM
Monday, November 5, 2012
Here in the attached image we see the Seabourn Sojourncruise ship, a luxury cruise ship operated by Seabourn Cruise Line, leaving the Gatun Locks and entering the Gatun Lake on her south bound Panama Canal transit today November 5th a National Holiday remembering the Consolidation of the separation of Panama from Colombia in 1903 - Colon Day.
|Seabourn Sojourn Gatun Lake|
Posted by Haui at 6:06 AM
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Here we see the cruise ship Quest for Adventure (formerly Astoria and Saga Pearl II) with a maximum capacity of 602 passengers and a crew of 220 on her south bound Panama Canal transit today November 4th, a National Holiday in Panama (National Flags Day), in the Gatun Locks.
|Quest for Adventure Panama Canal|
Posted by Haui at 7:00 AM