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Top Things to Do in Colon, Panama from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Panama Canal locks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The lock chambers are 110 ft (33.53 m) wide by 1,050 ft (320 m) long, with a usable length of 1,000 ft (305 m). These dimensions determine the maximum size of ships that can use the canal; this size is known as Panamax.

Single-handed sailing

The sport of single-handed sailing or solo sailing is sailing with only one crewmember (i.e., only one person on board the vessel). The term is usually used with reference to ocean and long-distance sailing, and particularly competitive sailing. In sailing, a hand is a member of a ship's crew.

Chagres National Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The park was created in 1985, with the aim of preserving the natural forest that composes it to produce water in amount and quality sufficient to guarantee the normal operation of the Panama Canal, to supply potable water for the cities of Panama, Colon and la Chorrera, and the generation of electricity for the cities of Panama and Colon.

Fort San Lorenzo - Panama

Well, what's a trip to the Panama without visiting the ruins at Panama Viejo and Fort San Lorenzo? The fort at San Lorenzo was first built during the late 16th century (the actual year varies). King Philip II of Spain ordered a fortress to be built to overlook the mouth of the Rio Chagres which was heavily used by commerce and slaves ships.

Panama Canal Railway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The infrastructure of this railroad (formerly the Panama Railway or Panama Rail Road) was of vital importance for the construction of the Panama Canal over a parallel route half a century later. The principal incentive for the building of the rail line was the vast increase in traffic to California owing to the 1849 California Gold Rush.

Isla Grande (Santurce)

Isla Grande, today also known as the Convention Center District, and formerly known as Miraflores and is roughly bounded by Miramar, the Condado Lagoon, the Dominicci Airport of Isla Grande (SIG) and the Port of San Juan. Isla Grande is located in the district of Santurce.

Cristóbal, Colón

Cristóbal is a port on the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal. It is located on the western edge of Manzanillo Island and is part of the Panamanian city and province of Colón. Cristóbal Colón is the Spanish translation for Christopher Columbus, the Genovese explorer for whom these places were named.

El Cope National park, Panama

El Cope National park, Panama information

A Unique Experience to View Panama's Rainforest Treasures

Experience the life cycle of butterflies in our Butterfly Enclosure. One of 17 enclosures in the park!