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Hamburg - Morocco (FKZ)

Hamburg (Europe) - Hamburg (Europe)

Approx 28 Nights, From only €2713pp
€2993 (Solo Occupancy)

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Round trip only approx. 4 weeks

Ports - Countries

Hamburg, Germany for example the route, Antwerp, Belgium Le Havre, France Tangier, Morocco Casablanca, Morocco Agadir, Morocco Rotterdam, Netherlands London Gateway, United Kingdom Hamburg, Germany

Covid19 regulations: Full Covid19 vaccination and a current rapid antigen test from a testing centre (max 48 hours old) required.

Vessel details Container vessel, flag Antigua, nationality of master: German/international, nationality of shipping company German. Built in 2006. 18800 tdw, length 154,59 m, breadth 24,5 m, on board voltage 220V, air condition, fitness room, video / tv, Fitness room with travelator, crosstrainer, corner sitting unit and TV/radio . Currency on board: EUR. Age limit: 6 / 79 years (without exception).

Cabins:

Double bed suite "Starboard": shower/wc. Round sofa. double bed about 130 x 200 cm. on top of captains deck - just under the bridge. View to bow restricted but open to the side.

Double bed suite "Port side": shower/wc (shower without shower cubide). Round sofa. double bed about 130 x 200 cm. on top of captains deck - just under the bridge. View restricted to forward, open to side and stern.

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

+++ NO PETS ALLOWED +++

++++ WAITLIST POSSIBLE FOR SELECTED LONG HAUL VOYAGES RESUMING IN 2023 ++++

 

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.

28 Nights | Hamburg (Europe) - Hamburg (Europe) | €2713pp (2 Sharing) | €2993 (Solo)

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