Panama Canal Transit
The Panama Canal, recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, will celebrate 100 years on August 15, 2014.
Before this historic day arrives you owe it to yourself to experience firsthand the wonder of the Panama Canal transit.
Alonso and Carmela Gobern, the editors of the Panama Cyberspace News invite you to join their
Partial Transit of the Panama Canal
by experiencing a 4-hour partial transit of our waterway.
The Cost: Nationals and residents $100 – Tourists and visitors $140
Requirement: A copy of Cedula or Passport
Children 3-11 years of age: $75 Panamanians and $90 tourists (photo identification required)
This fee includes four (4) hours on the M/V Pacific Queen, complete lunch, a bilingual guide, water and soft drinks and return bus transportation to Amador Causeway.
These partial transits are every weekend in 2014 – departure at 9 a.m.
January, February and March: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
April to November: Fridays and Saturdays
Travel Route (southbound transit): Gamboa, Gatun Lake, Under the Centennial Bridge, Canal Expansion Project, Gaillard (Culebra) Cut, Pedro Miguel Locks, Miraflores Locks, Panama Ports Company, Under the Bridge of the Americas, Panama Bay, Pacific Ocean.
Carmela and Alonso Gobern
Travel Coordinators for the Pacific Queen.
Contact: email@example.com for reservations as soon as possible.
Telephone: Panama (507) 6675-4507 or (507) 314-0398 Telephone U.S. (678) 995-7136