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Panama Canal Cruise

3.969€ 4.740€ 16% off

About this cruise

Embark on an exciting 15-day cruise in the Panama Canal, starting from Balboa and sailing to St. John`s on the Star Clipper ship. Explore captivating destinations in Panama, Colombia, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Saint Barthélemy.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (3.969€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
23/03/2024 - 06/04/2024 5.310€ 12.800€ - 16.740€
22/03/2025 - 05/04/2025 5.380€ 7.060€ - 15.200€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
23/03/2024 - 06/04/2024 9.480€ 12.800€ - 16.740€
22/03/2025 - 05/04/2025 7.940€ 9.420€ - 15.200€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
23/03/2024 - 06/04/2024 9.480€ 12.800€ - 16.740€
22/03/2025 - 05/04/2025 7.940€ 9.420€ - 15.200€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Balboa (Panama), Panama. Balboa is a port city at the Pacific end of the Panama Canal in the Canal Zone. With its 2,000 inhabitants, the city is considered the administrative center of the Panama Canal Zone. Boarding fr.

Day 2: Panama Canal, Panama. In the heart of Central America lies the tropical region of the Panama Canal, with its lush vegetation and rainforests. The Panama Canal is a technical masterpiece and one of the world`s most important waterways. The journey through the canal takes only one day but remains.

Day 3: San Blas Islands, Panama. The San Blas Islands are located on the Caribbean side of Panama. The archipelago consists of 365 islands, of which only a few are inhabited, but these are particularly densely populated. The islands are located in an autonomous region and have been in the hands of the Kuna Indians since 1938. There are no mosquitoes on the coconut palm-lined islands, perhaps a reason why they were settled by the Indians. In special wooden boats, called "Cayucos", the Indians go out to catch shellfish. Unlike the other tribes in the Caribbean, the Kunas are always fully dressed, usually in a colorful costume. For tourists, the San Blas Islands are a beautiful, undeveloped diving area that invites you to.

Day 4: Sea day.

Day 5: Cartagena, Colombia. Cartagena was founded in 1533 by Pedro de Heredias, a Spaniard and companion of Columbus, as a military port. The old town and the port are therefore protected as historical monuments and have been part of the World Heritage since 1984. Due to the booming trade in gold from Peru, silver from Bolivia, and emeralds from Muzo, the city developed very quickly and splendidly. Today, mainly oil, coffee, and platinum are exported, and the city has established itself as one of the most beautiful colonial cities in South America. Attractions include the Gold Museum, the 16th/17th-century cathedral, and t.

Day 6: Santa Marta, Colombia. Santa Marta, founded in 1525 and therefore the oldest city in Colombia, is located at the highest coastal mountain range in the world, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada. The snow-covered peaks of Pico Colon and Pico Bolivar are located 5,775 meters above sea level and are only 45 km away from the tropical beaches of Tayrona National Park. The city is therefore an ideal starting point for high mountain hikes, bathing pleasures, and excursions to archaeological sites such as Pueblito and Ciudad Perdida. In Santa Marta, the life of one of the most famous South Americans of all time ended: Simon Bolivar,.

Day 7: Sea day.

Day 8: Oranjestad, Aruba. Oranjestad is the capital of Aruba, the smallest of the ABC Islands and closest to Venezuela. Oranjestad is a lively small city with many shopping galleries and restaurants. The new houses imitate the old colonial style in a somewhat flashy and colorful way, sometimes resembling a Caribbean Disneyland. Here you will find the beautiful Schooner Harbor, where a daily market takes place. The Zoutman Fort, the oldest building on the island, houses the Historical Museum. Every Tuesday, a mini-festival with music takes place in the courtyard, providing insight into the island`s culture. Also worth visiting are the Archaeological Museum, the Geological Museum, and the Numismatic Museum. Oranjestad is known for its good shopping opportunities, with the widest selection in Caya Betico Croes shopping street. Aruba is the most developed tourist destination. Passengers are attracted by the duty-free luxury items offered in Oranjestad, spend a day at the beach, or immerse themselves in the nightlife in one of the island`s many casinos. The main beach of the island, a beautiful 12-kilometer-long sandy beach lined with palm trees and upscale to luxury hotels, starts northwest of Oranjestad. Those who stay longer in Aruba should definitely explore the interior of the island and visit the enor.

Day 9: Willemstad, Curacao. Willemstad is the capital of Curaçao, the largest island of the ABC Islands and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The city is divided into two parts by the harbor entrance, which are connected by the famous Emma Bridge. Worth seeing is the floating market with sailors and schooners from South America, who offer fish, vegetables, fruits, and even monkeys directly from the ship. Other attractions include Fort Amsterdam, built in the 17th century, the Curaçao Museum with old furniture, and the Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue from 1732, the oldest synagogue in the Western hemisphere. The Dutch colonial-style houses in the old town are also worth a visit. The bustling harbor city is worth a shopp.

Day 10: Kralendijk (Bonaire), Netherlands Antilles. Kralendijk is located on Bonaire, one of the ABC Islands. It is a charming small island capital with a small harbor and a number of beautiful old colonial houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. Worth seeing are Fort Oranje, a Caribbean fortification from the 19th century, the Governor`s Palace, now home to the island`s parliament, the old harbor office, and the small fish market. Karel`s Beach Bar is the meeting point for sunset in Kralendijk. The main shopping street is Kaya Grandi, where you can find everything you need in souvenir shops, boutiques, and the large supermarket further into the city. The waterfr.

Day 11 - 12: Sea day.

Day 13: Basseterre (St. Kitts), St. Kitts and Nevis. Basseterre is a port city on the Antilles island of "Saint Kitts" and the capital of the islands of "Saint Kitts" and "Nevis". The city is home to 12,600 inhabitants who primarily make a living from the textile industry. The deep-sea port was recently completed. The architecture of the city is influenced by the British and French colonial era, especially at "Independence Square". The main attractions include "The Circus", "Independence Square", and the church "St. George". The Craft House is also interesting. Near the capital, one should allow enough time to explore Brimstone Hill Fortress and Black Rock. The Caribelle Batik Factory is also worth a visit. The monkey research center, Frigate Bay Development, the Southeast Peni.

Day 13: Südlicher Brüderbucht (St. Kitts), St. Kitts and Nevis. South Friar`s Bay connects the two parts of the St. Kitts islands. The bay stretches about 4 kilometers southeast of Basseterre Bay. The bay has a beautiful sandy beach that is particularly.

Day 14: Gustavia, Saint Barthélemy. Gustavia is the capital of St. Barth`s, an island in the Lesser Antilles. In the 18th century, the island belonged to Sweden for a time. The city owes its name to the former King Gustav III. Gustavia is characterized by low stone and wooden houses. Numerous exclusive boutiques and duty-free luxury stores invite you to stroll around. In the evening, people gather in one of the many restaurants and bars in the bustling center. Sightseeing attractions include the Wall House, the historical museum of Saint Barth, and the.

Day 15: St. John`s (Antigua), Antigua and Barbuda. St. John`s is the capital and only deep-water port of the mini-state of Antigua and Barbuda in the northeastern Caribbean. Clear water and hundreds of beaches with fine sand surround the city. Since you can shop duty-free on the island, you will find a variety of fashion boutiques, electronics stores, and jewelers directly at Heritage Quay, close to the port. Traditional crafts, straw dolls, masks, and exotic colorful fashion can be found in the former slave quarters. The building of the former British colonial court now houses the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, with exhibits from the colonial era and the slave trade. The St. John`s Cathedral with two Georgian bell towers sits on a hill overlooking the city. Sugar cane is mainly cultivated in the plantati.