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Netherlands Finland (FKZ)

Tornio (Europe) - Terneuzen (Europe)

Approx 7 Nights, From only €710pp
€710 (Solo Occupancy)

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Terneuzen, Netherlands

often Rotterdam, Netherlands

Tornio, Finland

possibly Raahe, Finland

possibly Kiel Canal

Terneuzen, Netherlands

The Passage

In summertime the days are long in this area far in the north of the Baltic Sea and from January to April you might sail through pack-ice in the northern Gulf of Bothnia.

One way trips possible! The price for one way trips is fixed on a lump sum base for the route Netherlands - Finland or Finland - Netherlands (4-6 days), even if duration or ports change.

Vessel details

Container vessels, flag Finland, nationality of master: Finnish, nationality of shipping company Finnish. Built in 1996. 6535 tdw, length 118,9 m, breadth 18,2 m, on board voltage 220V, air condition, sauna, video / tv, The Finnish crew speaks English. There is one mess room for all - crew, officers and passengers. Smoking is not allowed in the accommodation but you may smoke outside on deck at sea. Currency on board: EUR.

Age limit: 6/78 years and perhaps older upon agreement.

FKZ

++ PASSENGER TRAVEL ON SELECTED SHORT EUROPEAN VOYAGES NOW POSSIBLE ++

+++ NO PETS ALLOWED +++

++++ BOOKINGS OPEN FOR  WAITLIST POSSIBLE FOR JULY ONWARDS ON SELECTED LONG HAUL VOYAGES ++++

 

Booking agent for Independent ship owners of various vessels and routes

Age limits vary for different Ship Owners - please check!

Various

Various coastal feeder container ships

* Maximum passenger age - 70 years old upon return.

7 Nights | Tornio (Europe) - Terneuzen (Europe) | €710pp (2 Sharing) | €710 (Solo)

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The Greener Way to Travel

carbon footprints

Whether a Cargo ship has 1 or 101 passengers onboard, it will still sail and use just as much fuel, making your journey almost completely 'carbon neutral'.

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