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Round The World Service (Rickmers )

Shanghai (Far East) - Antwerp (Europe)

Approx 76 Nights, From only €5320pp

Port rotation:

Hamburg, Antwerp, Genoa, Shanghai, Masan/Ulsan, Kobe/Yokohama, Panaman Canal, Houston, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Hamburg

Possible calls in Montoir, Dalian, Xingang, Savannah, Morehead City

Note: ports are subject to change

Vessel facilities:

There is a passenger lounge on the D-Deck equipped with coffee making facilities and TV, DVD player and  a  small  library.  The meals will be served in the dining room on the A- Deck, which you will share with the ship’s leading officers.  Small outdoor pool/ open  deck  space  and  deck  chairs. Recreation room with bar. Laundry room with washer and dryer.   Towels and bed linen provided.  The steward attends to cabin cleaning once a week.

Rickmers

Rickmers-Linie's modern vessels carry general cargo (breakbulk and project cargo) in addition to contains. Port stays range from 1-3 days giving plenty of time for exploring the ports of call and beyond.

Rickmers fleet

Mulipurpose / heavy lift vessels

Captain/Officers: European

Crew:Asian

Language Onboard:English

Tonnage: + 29000 tons

Length:  + 190 m, 

Speed:19.5 Knots

Built: 1998 -  2002

Electric Plugs: German system

Currency: US Dollars.

* Maximum passenger age - 75 years old upon return.

76 Nights | Shanghai (Far East) - Antwerp (Europe) | €5320pp (2 Sharing)

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