Panama Canal by Cruise Ship: The Complete Guide to Cruising the Panama Canal

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Ocean Cruise Guides, 2001 - Travel - 336 pages
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A must-see destinations for world cruisers. This engineering marvel draws thousands of cruise passengers each year. Learn the dramatic history of the canal and the challenges it gave engineers. From Caribbean base ports to San Francisco, "Panama Canal by Cruise Ship" provides the solid details readers need. Includes the Mexican Riviera. Over 300 maps and color photos, and a giant color pull-out map of the Panama Canal.

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User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

Decent book if you're, well, cruising the Panama canal. Good history, absolutely zero information for any of the ports, disappointing. Overall good purchase, didn't hesitate to leave it in my room when I left. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
10
PORTS OF CALL
16
PREPARING FOR YOUR CRUISE
25
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Veteran cruise writer Anne Vipond, author of several books on cruising, describes this destination with concise and helpful detail

for passengers wanting to maximize their time at each port of call. Anne has written for many magazines and newspapers in North America. She has also written several books for Thomas Cook Publishing.

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