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Transit of the Panama Canal with an XDF LNG Carrier on the Newly expanded locks under pilotage


published on 19 December 2020 192

Found on YouTube. Created by "Nick the Sailor Man". Recorded on 2020-11-14.
Join me as we transit through the Panama Canal from the North-East side to the South-West. An interesting vlog on how an XDF LNG carrier transits through the newly expanded Panama Canal.Find out its history and which vessel and Captain transited the Canal on its opening day on the 15th of August 1914.The interaction with the Pilot Captain Arnulfo Cepetno who assist me on transit the Cocoli locks.
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