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Antwerp, Belgium (Europe) - Durban, South Africa (Africa)

Approx 31 Nights, From only €3497pp
€3962 (Solo Occupancy)

Fully booked in 2024 & 2025

Open for 2026 bookings - one double cabin only per monthly voyage

Standby / waitlist possible at 6 weeks notice for a 2nd monthly cargo induced departure 

FKZ

 

+++ NO PETS ALLOWED +++

 

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.

31 Nights | Antwerp, Belgium (Europe) - Durban, South Africa (Africa) | €3497pp (2 Sharing) | €3962 (Solo)

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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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