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Panama & The Inca Coast - 6160 Seabourn Quest departing 7 Nov 2021

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Seabourn Quest

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Ship
Embark
7 Nov 2021
Duration
12 Nights
From / To
Miami, Florida / At Sea
Ports of call
Miami, Florida - Puerto Limon - Enter Panama Canal Cristobal - Panama Canal Cruising - Exit Panama Canal Balboa
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Itinerary

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Date Date
Location Location
 
In In
Out Out
Date 07/11/2021
Location Miami, Florida
In
Out
Date 08/11/2021
Location At Sea
In
Out
Date 09/11/2021
Location At Sea
In
Out
Date 10/11/2021
Location At Sea
In
Out
Date 11/11/2021
Location Puerto Limon
In 07:00
Out 15:00
Date 12/11/2021
Location Enter Panama Canal Cristobal
In
Out

In the early morning, your ship joins the flotilla of hulls of every shape and purpose from the far corners of the globe. They gather in Limon Bay off the shoreline of Cristobal in the Caribbean Sea to form the day’s convoy. Soon you will parade in file into the mighty Gatun Locks, there to be lifted patiently by inrushing water through three steps and exit into Gatun Lake to begin your transit of the canal. In truth, your ship sails from west to east, threading the jungled Gaillard Cut and before arriving at the Pedro Miguel Locks to begin your descent to the Pacific Ocean. At the Miraflores Locks, your ship files through the three descending steps, lowered gracefully by the outrushing waters into the mouth of the canal, bidding farewell to your convoy, and sailing on into the largest ocean on earth.

Date 12/11/2021
Location Panama Canal Cruising
In
Out
Date 12/11/2021
Location Exit Panama Canal Balboa
In
Out

After a thrilling day passing through the mighty, water-powered locks and jungled channels of the Panama Canal, reflect on the engineering marvel that you have experienced, as your ship glides majestically out of the canal and into your first night in the Pacific Ocean. As the first stars sparkle in the horizon, lift your glass to the bold visionaries who dreamt of such an accomplishment so long ago, and to the untold thousands who toiled to make it real.
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Date 13/11/2021
Location At Sea
In
Out
Date 14/11/2021
Location Manta, Ecuador
In 10:00
Out

Manta is Ecuador’s second largest port, north of Guayaquil which is the largest, and just south of the equator. With a population of approximately 140,000, Manta is a commercial center for fish and fruit, particularly bananas and plantains, which thrive in the tropical climate. However its beaches and quaint fishing villages have long attracted tourists. Shrimp, tuna and giant blue and striped marlin run in abundance in the waters off its coastal plain. Manta’s culture is a vibrant patchwork of the heritage and traditions of the country’s early Native American, Spanish and black African slave settlers.

Date 15/11/2021
Location Manta, Ecuador
In
Out 17:00

Manta is Ecuador’s second largest port, north of Guayaquil which is the largest, and just south of the equator. With a population of approximately 140,000, Manta is a commercial center for fish and fruit, particularly bananas and plantains, which thrive in the tropical climate. However its beaches and quaint fishing villages have long attracted tourists. Shrimp, tuna and giant blue and striped marlin run in abundance in the waters off its coastal plain. Manta’s culture is a vibrant patchwork of the heritage and traditions of the country’s early Native American, Spanish and black African slave settlers.

Date 16/11/2021
Location Manta, Ecuador
In 08:00
Out 18:00

Manta is Ecuador’s second largest port, north of Guayaquil which is the largest, and just south of the equator. With a population of approximately 140,000, Manta is a commercial center for fish and fruit, particularly bananas and plantains, which thrive in the tropical climate. However its beaches and quaint fishing villages have long attracted tourists. Shrimp, tuna and giant blue and striped marlin run in abundance in the waters off its coastal plain. Manta’s culture is a vibrant patchwork of the heritage and traditions of the country’s early Native American, Spanish and black African slave settlers.

Date 17/11/2021
Location At Sea
In
Out
Date 18/11/2021
Location At Sea
In
Out

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