Panama Canal Cruises With Star Clippers

The Panama Canal is a fantastic piece of engineering and was built, firstly by the French and then by the Americans, between 1881 and 1914. Thousands of vessels, carrying both tourists and cargo, now pass through this man-made waterway every year and, even though Star Flyer is not the largest of these, she is definitely one of the most majestic.


Crossing the canal is certainly an experience that you won't want to miss out on as you sail the length of a piece of water that has drastically improved trading in the area since it was first opened. There are numerous bridges and locks to sail under and through as you make your way past beautiful inland scenery that you would otherwise never have encountered.


As well as the canal itself, your cruise will show you many other destinations within South America. The passion and culture of the locals will inspire you as much as the landscapes will cause you to continuously reach for your camera. And all you need to do is relax and enjoy this memorable experience.


Many of our Panama Canal cruises include visits to the Caribbean and Cuba, areas of the world that can also be explored on our many Ocean cruises.


Ports Of Call Include:

Bridgetown Barbados

Captain's Best, Grenadines

Blanquilla, Venezuela

Cartegena, Columbia

San Blas Archipelago, Panama

Balboa, Panama

Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands

Cienfuegos, Cuba

Casilda, Cuba

Plan your Sailing

Sailing Date Tall Ship Nights Itinerary Embark-Disembark Rates from
24 November 2018 Star Flyer 14 Barbados / Panama Barbados - Panama 2,720
08 December 2018 Star Flyer 14 Panama / St. Maarten Panama - St. Maarten 2,720
16 November 2019 Royal Clipper 14 14-Nights Barbados to Panama Barbados - Panama 3,080
23 November 2019 Star Flyer 14 14-Nights Barbados to Panama Barbados - Panama 2,790
30 November 2019 Royal Clipper 14 14-Nights Panama to Antigua Panama - Antigua 3,080
07 December 2019 Star Flyer 14 14-Nights Panama to St. Maarten Panama - St. Maarten 2,790

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