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how ;long does it take a cargo ship to sail from the Panama canal to los angeles


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Via the Panama Canal would shave some time off of the normal route, around the Horn.

four hours and 25 mins is the record to date.

Either to ship your cargo by land (by train across the United States, for example) or to sail all the way around South America, a voyage that could take months.

Take a look at a map. Then think about how much shorter it is to sail from New York to Los Angeles if you can go through Panama/Central America instead of having to go all the way down by Brazil and up by Chile to get to Los Angeles.

5,200 miles or 3 weeks through the panama canal

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Anywhere from 3 weeks to a month depending on weather.

Depends how big the canal and ship are.

The Panama Canal would be the shortest way for a ship to sail Peru to Haiti.

No, you can have the rank cdc on the behalf of a Panama CoC nor the COE that means a Panama CoC holder candidate cannot sail on a Indian flag vessel.

Depending on the exact type of ship and whether it stopped anywhere on route, time would average 11 days

Cargo ships and bireme warships, powered by sail and oars.

Many people use the Panama Canal to sail to the other side of panama and import/ export items. It provides millions of dollars each day into our economy, but due to corruption, most of the money is deviated into corrupt politicians and not the people.

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Ships sail all the way around the South American continent to get from one ocean to the other. Sometimes cargo was off loaded in Costa Rica and shipped across the isthmus but ships had to go around.

Yes, but consider taking the Panama Canal as a shortcut.

The positives of the Panama Canal is just simple, it makes it easier for ships or boats to travel, sail, or trade with other countries or states. The Panama Canal is also a shortcut from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

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