When it was opened in 1912, the Panama Canal represented one of the great feats of human engineering up until that time. Its original size limited its ability to handle the most modern ships. It is currently in the process of being widened to accommodate bigger vessels. The 80 km (50 mi) waterway hacked out of the Panama Jungle connects the Atlantic (via the Caribbean Sea) and Pacific Oceans. In this video, a drone gives us an aerial view of two cruise ships using the locks in the canal to cross it.