Where the Continental Divide crosses the Panama Canal.
One of the largest container ships in the world, it carries 90,000 containers, and is to large to pass through the canal. Instead it stops outside the canal to unload its cargo.
The front of an enormous cargo ship carrying 9000 cars that was passing through the canal next to our vessel.
Magic bus. Where the Pan American Highway crosses the Panama Canal.
Birds aplenty along the Canal. As water rushes in and out of the locks, birds swoop in and catch the displaced and disoriented fish.
Part of one of the locks of the Panama Canal.
Ships wait in Panama Bay and when it’s their turn, come around this corner and make their approach into the canal. Atop this hill sits the main Canal control center.
Where the Pan American Highway crosses the Panama Canal.
Workers inside their enormous cargo ship passing through the canal alongside our vessel.
Passing through the Miraflores Lock on the Panama Canal, which lifts vessels 54 feet in two stages, allowing them to transit to or from the Pacific Ocean.
A small portion of an enormous cargo ship carrying 9000 cars that was passing through the canal next to our vessel.