Panama Canal Transit 7/5/14

This Saturday, July 5th is our transit date for the Panama Canal.  If you’d like to see us in action, you can watch on the live web cam.
https://www.pancanal.com/eng/photo/camera-java.html?cam=MirafloresHi

Make sure you click the tab that says “High Resolution Miraflores” (the regular camera is out of service), Then click the magnifying glass icon to enlarge.  The image refreshes every minute so you will see us stagger step through.

Schedules can change throughout the day, but we should be at Miraflores Locks (our first lock) between 9-10am (Central Time)   If possible, I will update on Facebook when we are getting close.   And of course we will wave to the camera.

You will have a second chance to see us in the Gatun Locks later in the day, maybe around 2pm (Central Time).  Again I’ll try to give updates via FB.   You can click on the “Gatun Locks” tab as well as the tab for “High Resolution Gatun” for two different angles.

And if anyone wants to grab a screen shot or two of us from the web cam, we’d love a copy and we will include it in our post about our transit.

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2 thoughts on “Panama Canal Transit 7/5/14

  1. very exciting! clicked on everything you suggested and it works. You aren’t there yet of course and it’s pitch black but I can see the canal and the lock and it refreshes just as you said it would. Happy Trails.

  2. I am looking forward to watching you. Probably not as much as you are looking forward to being watched, but I’m still looking forward to it. Fair winds and good locks!

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