Princess Panama Canal Cruise

The Panama Canal cruise aboard Princess is widely enjoyed and often referred to as a rite of passage. The Panama Canal is not the greatest engineering accomplishment in history solely for the monumental effort it took to construct it; it is also so amazing because of the influence it had on global travel, commerce, and economies. Over three-hundred years and countless man-hours went into creating this "eighth wonder of the world." Now you can see first-hand the most famous canal on earth when you take Princess Cruises' Panama Canal adventures.

Coral Princess

You'll find that the Coral Princess, one of the larger mid-sized ships in Princess fleet, offers an exciting Panama Canal Cruise. She can carry 1,970 passengers and has over 700 balcony rooms. Coral Princess is the very definition of spaciousness and comfort, and will prove to be a great ship for your Princess Cruises' Panama Canal tour.

Dawn and Sun

Dawn and Sun offer great experiences while taking a Princess Cruise to the Panama Canal. They each have more than 400 balcony cabins and can carry 1,950 passengers. Four pools grace the ship and multiple lounges onboard will ensure that everyone gets to see some great entertainment on Panama Canal Cruises with Princess Line.

Regal Princess

With more entertainment and activity than other ships of its size, Regal Princess is the perfect ship for excitement (the stunning scenery on a Princess Cruises Panama Canal voyage is pretty exciting as well). Regal is 30,000 tons, small as far as cruise ships go, but she offers luxury and service that is unparalleled at sea. She has a domed observation center which offers the perfect view as you pass through the locks.

Princess Cruise to Panama Canal

Those who wish to take Princess Cruises Panama Canal tour can either take the 10-day Round Trip Princess cruise to the Panama Canal or the 15-day Grand Princess Cruise to the Panama Canal. For one thing, a round trip cruise may be more convenient for you. The cruises leave out of Fort Lauderdale, FL, and return 10 days later. On this amazing 10-day Princess Cruise to the Panama Canal, you'll see Belize; Grand Cayman; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Colon, Panama; Limon, Costa Rica.

While on Panama Canal Cruises with Princess Line, you can try snorkeling in Cozumel, Mexico-its one of the best spots in the world. On your Princess Cruises Panama Canal adventure, you can also climb the Dunn River Falls in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Check out the old Spanish fort in Cartagena, Columbia. Better yet, reserve a helicopter to give you a tour high above the many monasteries, chapels, and plazas that dot this charming town. Those are simply some of the ports of call and activities you can do on a Princess Cruises Panama Canal.

On the 15-day Princess Cruise to the Panama Canal, you'll see ports of call such as Netherlands Antilles; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Huatulco, Mexico; and of course, the Panama Canal. From the engine-revving fun of a 4-wheeler racing along a deserted beach to the hush of a jungle hike, all sorts of thrill-seekers will find a niche on this cruise.

How to Book

There are a few different schedules within those two basic Panama Canal cruises Princess Line itineraries, so speak with a Cruise Network Cruise Consultant about your different options. There's never been a better time to take Panama Canal Cruises with the Princess Line.

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