The number of booking slots and distribution of slots per booking period for each vessel category for the above-mentioned conditions is presented in the following tables.
Revised total daily capacity: Reduction in Transits Due to the Ongoing Deficit in Precipitation in the Canal Watershed
Reduction in Transits Due to the Ongoing Deficit in Precipitation in the Panama Canal Watershed
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) finds it necessary to implement additional changes to the Transit Reservation System rules, based on the reduction in daily transit capacity.
Panama Canal Modification to the Fresh Water Surcharge (variable component)
the booking condition will be returned to 1A granting additional booking slots
Panama Canal a reduction in the daily canal capacity to accommodate 32 vessels, comprising 10 vessels through the Neopanamax Locks and 22 vessels through the Panamax Locks.
Temporary change in the auction system for Panamax locks
high demand surcharge announced in the Advisory to Shipping A-34-2022 and Advisory to Shipping No. A-38-2022 determining Friday as the day of high demand, continues until further notice.
Due to favorable weather conditions experienced during the past several days in the Canal watershed, The Panama Canal Authority announces the postponement of the maximum authorized drafts
PANAMA FLASH! RE: Scheduled maintenance at Gatun Locks and the Transit Reservation System