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Altamira (North America) - Altamira (North America)

Approx 42 Nights, From only €4330pp

Bremerhaven - USA east coast and Mexico

MSC FLAMINIA, MSC Ilona

Bremerhaven - Charleston - Altamira - Veracruz - New Orleans - Mobile - Freeport - Le Havre - Antwerp - Rotterdam - Bremerhaven

Roundtrip 42 days. Part voyages/one way possible, please enquire.

Hamburg Sued

Owned by the Maersk group Hamburg Sued is a ship owner it its own right and also managing booking agent for a number of vessel owners and chartered vessels.

Various

The Hamburg Süd Group represents powerful brands in the international logistics services industry. The entire Group is named after the container liner shipping company Hamburg Süd, which is globally active

Variety of container vessels from small coastal feeder ships of a few hundred containers to many thousands. 

Worldwide itineraries available.

* Maximum passenger age - 79 years old upon return.

42 Nights | Altamira (North America) - Altamira (North America) | €4330pp (2 Sharing)

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