The Panama Canal—the "path between the seas"—remains an engineering marvel and one that can best be experienced on a cruise ship.
For Tara Jacobs, "the thrill of seeing the locks in operation were more about seeing and experiencing history in full force, in person. I had spent some time reading the history of the building of the canal which only led to more anticipation of the cruise. However, when it came down to the actual cruising through the canal itself, the length of time became a bit on the tedious side. To transition through three sets of locks took us nine hours."
Join Tara to share an Island Princess Panama Canal cruise from Acapulco to Port Everglades, complete with a pre-cruise stay in Acapulco and a video cabin tour.