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The Maritime Executive

Video: First Neo-Panamax Cruise Ship Sails Panama Canal
The Maritime Executive
The Caribbean Princess has sailed the expanded Panama Canal, the first Neopanamax cruise ship to do so. Princess Cruises was the first cruise line to take guests through the Panama Canal in 1967. Marking the 50th anniversary in 2017, Caribbean ...
50 Years Later, Princess Cruises Makes History Again in PanamaCaribbean Journal
Caribbean Princess traverses Panama Canal as first-ever, Neo-Panamax cruise ship to sail through newly expanded ...PortNews IAA
Caribbean Princess Transits Newly Expanded LocksCruise Industry News

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Cruise Critic

Caribbean Princess Makes Cruise Ship History in Larger Panama Canal Locks
Cruise Critic
(11:23 a.m. EST) -- Caribbean Princess set a milestone for Panama Canal cruise sailings recently, becoming the first mega cruise ship to travel through the expanded "Panamax" locks. The old Panama Canal locks had limits on the size that cruise ships ...
Caribbean Princess Traverses Panama Canal as First-Ever, Neo-Panamax Cruise Ship to Sail Through Newly ...PR Newswire (press release)
Princess Cruise Ship Completes Journey Through New Expanded Panama Canal LocksCruise Hive

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1st neopanamax cruise ship crosses expanded Panama Canal ...
PANAMA CITY, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) -- The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) on Thursday hailed the passage of the first super-sized neopanamax cruise ship to cross ...

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Caribbean Princess Makes History at The Panama Canal
Princess Cruises was the first cruise line to sail through the Panama Canal in 1967 now, 50 years later, it was the first cruise ship to traverse the newly expanded Neo-Panamax locks. Mega cruise ship, the Caribbean Princess, was the first to use the ...

Florida Today

Disney keeps two largest ships at Port Canaveral into 2019
Florida Today
That includes having three of its ships operating out of Port Canaveral during February 2019. Additionally, Disney will offer a special 14-night cruise from Port Canaveral to San Diego through the Panama Canal. The cruise line's announcement for its ...
Disney Cruise Line to split time in Florida, Puerto Rico and California for early 2019Orlando Sentinel

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Caribbean Princess first to cruise through expanded Panama Canal
Cruise and Ferry
“Marking our 50th anniversary taking guests to the Panama Canal in 2017 is a huge milestone, so it's equally thrilling that we will also observe the occasion by being the first cruise line to sail a mega-ship through the newly expanded locks,” said Jan ...

Los Angeles Times

San Diego-Mexico cruises to return in 2019, Disney says - LA Times
Los Angeles Times
Disney Wonder will return to San Diego with two- to seven-night cruises to Mexico between March and May 2019, Disney Cruise Line announced Thursday.
Save the Date! The 2019 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries Are HerePOPSUGAR

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The Tribune

The leader in the Canal
The Tribune
The Caribbean Princess cruise ship became the first New Panamax cruise ship to transit through the expanded Panama Canal in Agua Clara, on the outskirts of Colon City, Panama. New Panamax ships have bigger dimensions than Panamax as they have ...

Royal Caribbean Blog (blog)

The five most exciting Royal Caribbean cruises in 2018
Royal Caribbean Blog (blog)
Symphony of the Seas is the fourth Oasis class cruise ship in the fleet, and will debut in Barcelona, Spain on March 31, 2018. ... This will be the first time in three years that Royal Caribbean has offered a cruise through the Panama Canal. The first ...
How to Design a Cruise ShipTravelPulse
7 Stocks of the Month: December
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL)

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Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

Panama Canal Sets Record Annual Cargo Tonnage in Fiscal Year 2017
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
Following the close of its 2017 fiscal year (FY17), the Panama Canal announced that the waterway welcomed a record 403.8 million Panama Canal tons (PC/UMS) of cargo in FY17, the largest amount of annual tonnage ever transited in its 103-year history ...




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