Cruise News Ports It Can Be Tight When Cruise Ships Sail Through The Panama Canal

It Can Be Tight When Cruise Ships Sail Through The Panama Canal

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In our ever continued commitment to let you know of the best and most interesting cruise videos we’ve come across this recently posted video.

No details were posted with this video but we do believe it was filmed when the Disney Wonder was transitioning through the Panama Canal on September 3, 2016. The Disney Cruise Line operated ship just got through the canal docks by inches on either side. This is common for large cruise ship as they transfer from the Caribbean to the West Coast.

The 83,300 gross ton vessel is sailing a 15-day one-way sailing from San Diego, California to its new homeport in Port Canaveral, Florida. The experience of sailing through the Panama Canal is unique and guests must have been surprised at how the ship got through.

Have you sailed the Panama Canal? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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