Latest Update for Panama Canal | June 2024

Latest Transit Information for the Panama Canal


As of June 1st, 2024, the Panama Canal added one more transit. We are presently with 32 transits per day until further notice.

We are expecting for more transits to be added per day as the water levels go up.

Below link you can look at the Gatun Lake level daily.

Present Canal delays for unbooked yachts of 125 feet and up in length are in ranges of 3 to 4 days.

Delays for yachts under 125 feet in length (Transit cannot be Booked) are also running a few days and not much waiting time.

Boats looking to arrive and transit are welcome to come and we will look after all arrangements and coordinations. Boats that are here and waiting Canal transit can take the advantage to do activities while waiting.  There is no problem to come to the Canal unbooked and transit the Panama Canal within a good time frame.

Captains looking to Book a transit slot (boat must be 125 feet or more) please contact me so I can provide proper support and guidance.

We are able to Book up to 3 months ahead and we need to check what dates are available to Book.

Released from Associated Yacht Services

June 12, 2024

For more information contact
Alessandro (Alex) Risi
Operations Manager
[email protected]