Record Largest ship passes through Canal

Canal

According to the Panama Canal Authority, 150 people are related to the transit of the waterway cruise.

This ship is of the Neopanamax type, which are the largest capacity that can transit through the new set of locks in the Canal.

The administrator of the Panama Canal Authority, Jorge Luis Quijano, said that “today we receive Norwegian Bliss, a passenger ship that marks a milestone in the Panama Canal.”

According to Quijano, this transit is achieved through teamwork. “No challenge is impossible,” he wrote in his Twitter account.

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READ MORE:https://www.prensa.com/economia/establece-Canal-Panama-Norwegian-Bliss_0_5030496905.html

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