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Mexico & Panama Canal Cruise Deals*

*Some taxes, fees extra. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless noted.
$1094 -- 10-Night Panama Canal Cruise on Princess w/Credit
 
Source: Cruise.com | By Jill Ginsberg

Sail roundtrip Fort Lauderdale, stopping in Colombia, Aruba, Panama, Costa Rica and Grand Cayman
Depart Dec. 8; +$100-$130 Oct. 9; Nov. 18

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Source: Oceania Cruises

Sail from San Francisco to NYC with stops in Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia and more.
Depart Aug. 31

 
Source: Priceline Cruises

Sail roundtrip San Francisco to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Manzanillo, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas
Sept. 25; Nov. 13

 
Source: iCruise.com

Sail through the legendary Panama Canal on a two-week cruise for less than $75 per person, per day.
September 2016 - January 2017 dates

 
Source: Cruise.com

Cruise to Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta aboard Holland America ms Westerdam.
Nov. 26; Dec. 3; +$100 Dec. 10, 17

 

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Mexico & Panama Canal Cruises

The Panama Canal, a passageway that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, has been a key mode of transportation and trade since its opening in 1914 (celebrating its 100th birthday just last year). Adventurous cruisers set sail to see this manmade feat of engineering each year.

Transcanal crossings are usually the most popular itinerary, starting in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale in the east or Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco in the west. On these itineraries, which run from October to April, cruisers will have the opportunity to stop in ports from Western Mexico to South America including: Puerto Limon or Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Aruba; Cartagena, Colombia; and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Popular cruise lines that traverse the Panama Canal are Princess, Celebrity, Norwegian and Holland America.

Panama Canal cruises are longer than your usual Caribbean cruise, typically running about 14 nights, and taxes are often higher to cover the canal transit cost.

Mexican Riviera cruises visit the West Coast of Mexico, and usually begin in Los Angeles. Some may begin in San Diego or San Francisco. These cruises stop in ports such as Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas, Ensenada and Mazatlán. Itineraries often range from three to seven nights on major cruise lines such as Carnival and Princess.