Physicist, Oceanographer, Aerospace Technologist, Rancher, Land Developer and Lecturer
DVD of Panama Canal Transit
Our new DVD that we had completed just prior to our cruise on the Noordam sold very well. Y We had great audiences for my lectures, packing almost 1,400 into the main theater that only seats 900 for the lecture on the Panama Canal. They filled the aisles sitting on the steps, the back of both the main floor and the balcony, and even up onto the stage. Many had to leave and could not even get in the door.
During the transit of the Panama Canal, I had the privilege of being on the bridge of the Noordam and doing the transit narration on the ship's public address system. It was fun, and I think every passenger thoroughly enjoyed that transit through this fantastic waterway.
This DVD has over 400 great photos of the Panama Canal in it. Most of those were taken by my wife, Cheryl, a professional photographer and photo editor. The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) also contributed some of their wonderful photos especially their aerial shots that we didn't have. We were also able to buy photos from the archives of the Panama Canal Museum, photos of the early days in the building process of the Panama Canal. These are all in high resolution and present a fantastic story of the Panama Canal, the same as if you were making the transit with me and my explaining what you are seeing. I am the narrator on the DVD. I think you will enjoy it if you have already made a trip through the Canal, or if you are planning one.
I will soon have an address on this site where you can order your own copy of this great DVD.