NewsACP to start work on new reservoir, as more rain eases Panama Canal draught

July 10, 2024by 0

Water levels at the Panama Canal returning to normal faster than anticipated means the permissible draught for vessels can be increased again, from tomorrow.
Above-average rainfall in recent months has meant that, following the 26 June revision of the limit to 14.33 metres, Panama Canal Authority (ACP) from tomorrow will allow vessels with a draught of up to 14.63 metres to transit the canal.
Data from ACP today shows water levels in …

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