Enjoy a Canal Transit

We offer partial transits (4 hours) every weekend and complete transits one or twice a month transits (8 hours). If you would like to transit the Panama Canal on the M/V Pacific Queen, contact Alonso and Carmela Gobern.

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The Panama Canal, is recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World.

Passengers will enjoy the following:
  • Two (2) spacious, enclosed decks, with air conditioning and comfortable seating.
  • An open-air third deck with an ideal vantage point from which to enjoy your cruise.
  • Television monitors with Panama Canal and Panamanian folkloric documentaries
  • Six (6) conveniently-located restrooms.
  • Speaker system for music and narration of the tour guide.
  • A souvenir shop, complete with local handcrafts and Panama Canal souvenirs.
  • A lounge area on the first floor with bar where food and soft drinks are served. (Liquor on sale.)
Cost of Partial Transit: (non-residents and visitors)

Adults: $155

Children under 12 years of age: $100

Cost of Partial Transit: (nationals, retirees and residents)

Adults: $100

Children under 12 years of age: $75

Price includes:

Bilingual Guide, Breakfast and Lunch, Sodas and Water, Transportation by bus from Gamboa to Flamenco Marina in Amador. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes; take your camera, dark shades, a hat/cap and an umbrella.

The Pacific Queen

The Pacific Queen is a Norwegian-built boat, designed specifically for day tours and cruises, with a capacity for 300 passengers, measures 119 ft. in length and 25 ft. in width.

Passengers will enjoy the following:
Two (2) spacious, enclosed decks, with air conditioning and a comfortable seating. An open-air third deck with an ideal vantage point from which to enjoy your cruise. Speaker system for music and narration of the tour guide.
Six (6) conveniently-located restrooms. A souvenir shop, complete with local handcrafts and Panama Canal souvenirs. A lounge area on the first floor with bar where food and soft drinks are served.

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The insured receives a contract, called the insurance policy, which details the conditions and circumstances under which the insured will be financially compensated. The amount of money charged is called the premium.

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Travel Route:

Pacific Ocean, Panama Bay, under the Bridge of the Americas, Panama Ports Company, Miraflores Locks, Miraflores Lake, Pedro Miguel Locks, Gaillard Cut, Canal expansion project, under the Centennial Bridge, Gatun Lake and debark at Gamboa (for those on the partial transit). Those of us who are making the complete transit will continue to the Atlantic side and debark at Puerto Colon 2000.

Hear what others are saying

My bucket list

Now is a great time to visit the Panama Canal and take a partial of full tour. An expansion project, which added another set of locks, opened in 2016. Carmela and Alonso are the perfect hosts. This cruise was at the top of my bucket list.

Tenorio Rivera Austin, TX
I recommend!

On a 'partial transit' cruise to the Canal, narrators describe the area and point out the new locks being built as part of the expansion program. The view of Panama City as it pops into view is quite impressive, I definitely recommend.

Daniel Lawrence Chiriqui, Panama
Best thing to do

Is it best thing to do when in Panama. We've done Princess through the Canal 3 times. Obviously, we've enjoyed it! Have a wonderful time. Read The Path Between The Seas before you go for some excellent perspective.. Enjoy.

Rigoberto Douglas Queens, NY
Best trip ever!

I lived in Panama for 24 years and never took a trip to the Canal until I moved to the US. Thanks for offering this service to expats! It was an incredible experience that I recommend to allwho are still in Panama or planning to visit.

Sandra Ward St Jones Miami Fl
Best trip ever!
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