Panama Canal Cruise & Panama: A Continent Divided, Oceans United
81% of travelers rated this trip excellent
The overall traveler excellence rating is based on the results of post trip surveys completed by travelers who have taken this trip. Travelers can choose to rate their experience “excellent,” “good,” “fair,” and “poor;” this percentage indicates how many travelers rated their experience “excellent.” More than 70% of travelers complete this survey after returning from their trip. Travelers rate excellence across their entire travel experience, focusing on the categories below:
- Trip Experience Leader: 94% of travelers rated their Trip Experience Leader “excellent,” citing his or her facilitation of people-to-people interactions, communication skills, and overall performance.
- Learning & Discovery: 88% of travelers rated the learning and discovery activities on this adventure “excellent,” citing its authentic cultural experiences and controversial conversations.
- Solo Women Excellence: 80% of solo women travelers who joined us independently or shared a room with a mother, daughter, sister, or friend rated their experience on this adventure “excellent.”
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Take in views of the canal from your seat on the Sun and Observation Decks, which are complete with chairs in an open-seating arrangement. The Discovery has an Open Bridge policy, which means the command room of the ship will be open to you during the trip so you can observe how the Captain and officers sail.
The Middle Deck features a lounge and dining room. Relax with old friends and new, and participate in onboard discussions in the comfortable lounge, complete with a bar where coffee, tea, and house beer and wine are available all day. Savor regionally-inspired dishes or American favorites during all buffets and table-service meals at the restaurant with single, open seating.
Located one level below the restaurant and lounge, the Main Deck features 12 all-outside cabins, each with a large window for viewing. Please note: There is no elevator onboard to move between decks.