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16 Night - Panama Canal - Ocean to Ocean Voyage Cruise

Discover Central America's vibrant tapestry between Pacific and Atlantic Oceans

Package Details


From AU$2,892* twin share

Cruise Line: Princess Cruises
Ship: Coral Princess
Duration: 16 Nights
Cabin: Inside
Ports: Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale


Los Angeles, At Sea, At Sea, Puerto Vallarta, At Sea, Huatulco, At Sea, San Juan del Sur, Puntarenas CR, At Sea, Fuerte Amador, Cruising Panama Canal, At Sea, Willemstad (Curacao), At Sea, Fort Lauderdale


Discover Central America's vibrant tapestry between Pacific and Atlantic Oceans!

Departure Date: 19 December 2024

Selected departure dates available throughout 2024 and 2025. 

Itinerary Map

Map shows port stops for Panama Canal - Ocean to Ocean. For more details, refer to the List of Port Stops table on this page.

Detailed Itinerary

Los Angeles

Discover Los Angeles multicultural history by walking through its diverse selection of neighborhoods: See the ornate Twin Towers Dragon Gateway in Chinatown and the traditional Mexican shopping stalls and vendors of Olvera Street. Then, chill by the beach at Santa Monica Pier, or take the iconic drive down Sunset Boulevard, one of the most often-filmed thoroughfares in the country.

Puerto Vallarta

Exuberant tropical vegetation and the majestic Sierra Madre mountains welcome vacationers to this traditional Mexican village. Spend the morning floating above Banderas Bay from a parasail or a hot air balloon. Go golfing or play tennis. Spend a few hours horseback riding in the jungle, or take a mountain bike to see ancient stone paintings.


Huatulco is an authentic Mexican town in the Oaxaca region that thrives on preserving its natural beauty. Cruise to Huatulco and explore the charming old town of La Crucecita, where you can visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe church ? its cupola features a 20-meter painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe, the largest of its kind in the world. Fill up at one of the many streets stalls serving carnitas and tamales. Then, explore one of the nine different bays and 22 miles of rugged coastline: Head to Santa Cruz for gentle waves or the crystalline waters of La India, accessible only by boat. Or see exotic waterfalls and lush jungle vegetation at Cascadas Magicas

San Juan del Sur

This beautiful fishing village is a Nicaraguan gem, a magnet for surfers and sunbathers. At night, the beach still pulses with activity, thanks to a few popular beachfront bars and nightclubs. Surf clubs abound?catch a wave with an expert instructor if you're a hang-ten rookie, trying to hang with the surfer big boys.

Puntarenas CR

Costa Rica's major Pacific port sits on a long, narrow peninsula in the Gulf of Nicoya. The closest beach resort to San Jose, it features strikingly unusual black sand beaches. Tropical jungles near the city shelter macaws, toucans, parakeets and howler monkeys.

Fuerte Amador

Panama City is the spirited capital of Panama, a center of business and culture and a doorway to the Panama Canal, one of the worlds most famous man-made marvels. If youre looking for colonial charm and great food during your cruise to Panama City, head to Casco Viejo, the hippest and most lively part of Panama City and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For an edgy feel of the city, stroll amongst the skyscrapers that house cool small hotels, chic bars and some of the best shopping areas in Panama. Dont leave Panama without experiencing the wonders of the Teatro Nacional, the BioMuseo (a biodiversity museum) and Plaza de Francia, home to famous landmarks and amazing sights.

Cruising Panama Canal

This $387 million dollar, 51-mile-long canal connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Completed by the U.S. from 1904-1914 under teddy Roosevelt, it is considered one of the greatest engineering marvels of all time.

Willemstad (Curacao)

The largest of the Netherlands Antilles has its fair share of Dutch colonial buildings, but its dry climate, barren soil and cacti are more akin to the U.S. Southwest. Its greatest beauty lies offshore?the island's coral reefs. Volcanic pebbles make up many of its rocky beaches.

Fort Lauderdale

This vast array of wonderful beaches offers you opportunities to swim with the dolphins in a tropical lagoon and come face-to-face with alligators during an Everglades airboat tour. Or stroll through a tropical rainforest while hundreds of butterflies flutter above you.

Your Ship: Coral Princess®

Coral Princess was custom built to navigate the historic Panama Canal. Be sure to try the Bayou Café and Steakhouse, which features New Orleans-inspired Cajun and Creole cuisine, join friends for cocktails and Movies Under the Stars® by the pool or try some decadent treats at the International Café.

Terms & Conditions

Conditions apply. Subject to availability and change without notice. Full supplier conditions apply. Valid for new bookings only. Prices valid at the time of publication. Prices are per person based on twin share occupancy unless otherwise stated and displayed in AU$. Member savings are calculated using the original advertised price.

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