If stretched, passengers on the 22.52-meter wide MS Braemar cruise can touch the walls of the Corinth Canal in Greece, which is only 24.6 meters wide at its narrowest point.
The images shared on social networks were recorded on Wednesday by both the travel organizer and some of the more than 1,200 passengers who were aboard the ship, which is over 190 meters long and weighs 24,344 tons.
MS Braemar, from Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, is the largest ship ever to pass on this channel.
In order not to collide at any point of the route, which is six kilometers long, the navigation was made using a tug.