It's finally here. After more than a decade of hard work, I am finally finished with the biggest most intense project of my career.
I had no idea what I was getting myself into in 2004 on my first visit to Panama. I spent a month traveling and experiencing Panama. It was an enigma to me. Read More
The new lock chambers are 180 ft (54.86 m) wide, 1,400 ft (426.72 m) long, and 108 ft (33 m) deep. The amount of water typically in Lago Gatun is it stores 5.2 cubic kilometres (183,000,000,000 ft³) of water. Stay tuned. Read More
The question people are asking is the drought related to the deforestation of the Panama jungle? If the forests are cut down and the continuing construction of roads and buildings, does that cause the rains to lessen? Read More
Capt Fernando Jaen is leading the training at the Summit. The Summit for those of you who don't know is on the road to Gamboa and is just past the Puente de Centenario. The ACP carved out a replica of the Panama Canal, albeit at 1/25 life size. Read More
And now for the reason that I have been traveling to Panama since 2004, "El Canal" as they call it here in Panama. The citizens of Panama voted overwhelmingly to expand the Panama Canal back in 2006. Read More
Whenever I talk about Panama it's a given that the weather is inhospitable. It's always really hot and always really humid. Even in the dry season. That's Panama for you.