The Corinth Canal in Greece is one of the oldest canals, and a very important navigational route in the Greek islands.
Stretching across 6.3 km, the Canal has a depth of 26 feet, and its width alters between 69 feet to 82 feet.
Surrounded by walls standing at a height of 170 feet, the canal helps a ship to save a journey of 185 nautical miles.
There was a constant threat of landslides as the walls of the canal were unstable
This is the narrowest canal, and it does not permit large vessels to pass through it.
According to reports, around 15,000 ships from at least 50 countries transit through the canal.
The canal mostly sees the presence of small vessels, cruise ships, and yachts.