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Hamburg (South America) - Santa Maria (South America)

Approx 24 Nights, From only €2668pp

Hamburg, Germany Wilhelmshaven, Germany 1 Cartagena, Colombia 18 Turbo, Colombia 22 Santa Marta, Colombia 24 Portsmouth, United Kingdom 38 Antwerp, Belgium 39 Hamburg, Germany 42 days

One way and/or roundtrip possible

Double bed cabin "Owner": shower/wc. Round sofa, carpet, refrigerator, writing desk. Single beds of 140 x 200 cm. Location: F-deck. View to front (may be restricted by cargo).
Single cabin "4. Engineer": shower/wc. Couch, writing desk. Bed approx. 120 x 200 cm. Location: F-deck. Open view to the side.

Vessel details Container vessel, flag Liberia, nationality of master: international, nationality of shipping company German. Built in 2006.  34.254 tdw, length 210,00 m, breadth 30,00 m, on board voltage 220V,  air conditioning,  fitness room,  DVD / tv,   Currency on board: US$.Age limit: 6 / 79 years (without exception).


Booking agent for Independent ship owners of various vessels and routes

Age limits vary for different Ship Owners - please check!


Various coastal feeder container ships

* Maximum passenger age - 75 years old upon return.

24 Nights | Hamburg (South America) - Santa Maria (South America) | €2668pp (2 Sharing)

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