FROM $9,560

Panama Canal Cruise Luxury Miami to Los Angeles Seabourn Cruise

A Panama Canal cruise is a magnificent way to explore stunning locations in Central America, the Caribbean, and the Pacific Ocean. This 18-night luxurious cruise with Seabourn offers an intimate ship experience with world-class dining. Departing from Miami, the itinerary includes Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Mexico. Experience the ultimate in relaxation and adventure on this trip of a lifetime with Seabourn's Panama Canal Cruise.

Panama Canal Cruise Luxury Miami to Los Angeles Seabourn Cruise

DEPARTURE DATE: November 9, 2024
Countries Visited: Columbia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, United States
Departure Port:Miami, Florida


A journey through the twisting and mighty locks of the Panama Canal ranks high on the Olympus of legendary travel experiences.

The term New World has a double meaning in tropical America. The colorful colonial cities of northeastern Brazil and the pastel-hued plantations of the Spanish Main (north coast and waters of South America between the Orinoco and Panama) reflect a time when Americans were new to Europeans. On the other hand, the man-made wonder, the Panama Canal, ushered into another, even newer world, where American-born industry and ingenuity carved waterways through the wilderness of the jungle. Cruising in this area you will see evidence of the Mayan civilizations that were already ancient when the Europeans arrived. Discover vibrant cultures in Brazil, Mexico and Guatemala whose colonial beginnings are now history. Experience a masterpiece of land and water in Panama, lifting your ship and transporting it across an entire continent.


Cartagena, Colombia
Cartagena, a major port on the north coast of South America, was repeatedly raided by pirates until a fortified wall was built. Today it houses shops, restaurants and cafes for the numerous beachgoers.

Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala
Once a formidable Mayan civilization, Guatemala was conquered by Spanish conquistadors in 1524. Puerto Quetzal is Guatemala's largest Pacific port and provides access to Guatemala's natural and historical attractions. Beyond the black sand beaches that surround Puerto Quetzal, a narrow strip of flat land stretches along the Pacific coast where local farmers grow cotton, sugar, bananas and corn. Adjacent to the fertile lowlands, the highlands of Guatemala suddenly appear, rising to altitudes of 762 to 914 meters. A chain of volcanoes looms from the southern highlands, adding even more drama to this diverse land of ancient Mayan ruins, Spanish colonial heritage and stunning scenery.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Where the Baja California Peninsula ends, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California meet at rocky Los Arcos. The cozy harbor is in front of a town dedicated to fishing and fun.

Puerto Chiapas, Mexico
Puerto Chiapas is located in the southern Soconusco region of the Mexican state of Chiapas, near the Guatemalan border. The region produces both coffee and cocoa for chocolate, providing an opportunity to see how these commodities are grown, processed and used around the world. Bananas and tropical flowers are two other regional agricultural staples. If you have never tasted a really ripe banana, you should not miss this taste experience under any circumstances. There are some interesting pre-Columbian ruins at Izapa, although not on the scale of other famous Mayan ruins in Mexico and Guatemala. Very popular with visitors is the opportunity to mingle with locals in some of the rural (and very friendly) communities nearby.

Travel Dates & Pricing

November 9, 2024from $9,560 CADPer Person

What's Included

  • 18 night cruise from Miami to Los Angeles in ocean front suite
  • Intimate ships with a private club atmosphere
  • Intuitive, personalized service provided by staff passionate about exceeding guests’ expectations
  • We visit hidden harbors and marquee ports
  • Our intimate size allows us to sail where larger ships cannot go
  • Complimentary premium spirits and fine wines available on board at all times
  • Welcome Champagne and complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences
  • Tipping is neither required, nor expected
  • World-class dining - A choice of dining venues to suit every taste
  • Taxes and port charges


1Sat Nov 9Miami, Florida, US
2Sun Nov 10Day at Sea
3Mon Nov 11Day at Sea
4Tue Nov 12Day at Sea
5Wed Nov 13Cartagena, Colombia
6Thu Nov 14Day at Sea
7Fri Nov 15Enter Panama Canal Cristobal - Cruising Panama Canal
8Sat Nov 16Day at Sea
9Sun Nov 17Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera), Costa Rica
10Mon Nov 18Day at Sea
11Tue Nov 19Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala
12Wed Nov 20Puerto Chiapas, Mexico
13Thu Nov 21Huatulco, Mexico
14Fri Nov 22Day at Sea
15Sat Nov 23Day at Sea
16Sun Nov 24Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
17Mon Nov 25Day at Sea
18Tue Nov 26Day at Sea
19Wed Nov 27Los Angeles, California, US

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