Africa Australasia Caribbean / Central America Europe Far East Middle East / India North America South America
Japan - Australia - Japan (CMA CGM )

Melbourne (Australasia) - Melbourne (Australasia)

Approx 41 Nights, From only €5040pp

YOKOHAMA – Japan 0 OSAKA – Japan 1 BUSAN – South Korea 3 QINGDAO – China 5 SHANGHAI – China 8 KAOSHIUNG – Taiwan 11 MELBOURNE – Australia 23 SYDNEY – Australia 26 BRISBANE – Australia 29 YOKOHAMA – Japan 41 days

Vessels: APL Scotland 5800 TEU, CC Georgia CC New Jersey 5100 TEU

Double and single en suite cabins available

CMA CGM

 

++ COVID-19 REGRET NO PASSENGER TRAVEL POSSIBLE BEFORE 2022 (correct 5/4/21) ++ PETS NOT PERMITTED ++

 

Present in over 160 countries through 755 agencies, 750 warehouses and 110,000 employees and a diverse fleet of 509 vessels. CMA CGM serves 420 of the world's 521 commercial ports and operates on more than 200 shipping lines.


CMA CGM Fleet

Flag:                                   Various

Type of vessel:                Container

Captain/Officers:             French / International

Language onboard:         English

Year built:                        Constant updating

Voltage onboard:            220 V  / 60 Hz

Currency onboard:          US-Dollars/Euros

Upper age limit is on reaching 77th birthday

* Maximum passenger age - 76 years old upon return.

41 Nights | Melbourne (Australasia) - Melbourne (Australasia) | €5040pp (2 Sharing)

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