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On a Freighter Even the Routine is Extraordinary
And the Destinations are Some of the Most Exotic in the World

List of Voyages

Transatlantic
Transpacific
Europe - Asia - Australia
South Seas and Coastal
Today's passenger freighters are mostly containerships, French and German, with 20-25 international officers and crew on board, and 2 to 6 passengers (max. 12). Continues roundtrip voyages are offered, as well as longer one way voyages, between the continents only.

World Cruises



Around-the-World
through the Suez and Panama Canals in 77 days

Sailing every few weeks:
      Houston, TX (Day 1), Mobile, AL (2), New Orleans, LA (4), Miami (7) and Jacksonville, FL (9), transatlantic and through the Suez Canal (24); Singapore (45); Hong Kong (50), Shekou (51), Ningbo, (54) and Shanghai/YS, China (56); Pusan, Korea (58); transpacific and through the Panama Canal (78) back to Houston (83).
      PEX-3 Line - More info



Short Around-the-World Cruise
Between North America's East and West Coasts through the Suez Canal

Sailing every week or two:
      Eastbound: Halifax, NS (Day 1); New York (3), Norfolk, VA (6) and Savannah, GA (8), Charleston, SC (9), all in the USA; transatlantic and via the Suez Canal to Port Kelang, Malaysia (39); Singapore (41); Jakarta, Indonesia (43); Laem Chabang, Thailand (47); Vung Tau, Vietnam (50); transpacific to Los Angeles (69) and Oakland, CA, USA (73) ... ...
     Westbound: Los Angeles (Day 69) and Oakland (73); transpacific to Hong Kong (89), Vung Tau (91), Singapore (94) and Port Kelang (95), all second calls; Colombo, Sri Lanka (99); transit the Suez Canal (108) and transatlantic to Halifax (119).
      Columbus Line - More info



Transatlantic

Sailing approx. every two weeks:
      New Orleans, LA (Day 1); Mobile, AL (2); Freeport, Bahamas (5); Le Havre, France (16); Antwerp, Belgium (17); Rotterdam, Holand (19); Bremerhaven, Germany (22); Charleston, SC 33; Altamira (37) and Veracruz, Mexico (39); New Orleans (42).
      MSC Line - More info


Sailing every five weeks: Le Havre, France (Day 1); New York (8); Norfolk, VA (11); Savannah, GA (13); Charleston, SC (15); Southampton, UK (28); Antwerp, Belgium (29); Rotterdam, Holland (30); Bremerhaven, Germany (32); Le Havre (35).
      Sailing every three or four weeks: Le Havre, France; Antwerp, Belgium (Day 1); Rotterdam, Holland (2); Bremerhaven, Germany (4); Charleston, SC (15); Miami, FL (17); Veracruz (21) and Altamira, Mexico (22); Houston, TX (25), New Orleans, LA (28) and Le Havre (42).


Sailing every week or two: London (Gateway port terminal), UK; Rotterdam, Holland (Day 1); and Le Havre, France (3); Philipsburg, St. Maarten (13); Port of Spain, Trinidad (14); Cayenne (Degrad des Cannes terminal), French Guiana (18); Belem-Vila do Conde (23), Fortaleza (26) and Natal (28), all in Brazil; Algeciras, Spain (38); London (42).



New York (Day 1); Norfolk, VA (3); Savannah, GA (6); Miami, FL (10); Algeciras, Spain (19); Fos sur Mer, France (21); Genoa, (22) and La Spezia, Italy (25); Barcelona (28) and Valencia, Spain (29); New York (40).
      CMA CGM - More info

Sailing once every 7 weeks: New York (Day 1); Baltimore, MD (2); Norfolk, VA (3); Savannah, GA (6); Charleston, SC (7); transatlantic to Algeciras (17) and Valencia, Spain (19); Gioia Tauro (23), Leghorn(25) and Genoa, Italy (26); Valencia (29) and Algeciras, 2nd calls (32); *Sines, Portugal (33) and transatlantic back to New York (42). -- *It's not possible to embark or disembark in Sines.
      The Conti Everest - More info



Transpacific

Sailing approx. every six to eight weeks: Vancouver, BC Canada (Day 1); Pusan,* Korea (17); Qingdao (19), Ningbo (21), Shanghai* (23) and Da Chan Bay (25), all in China; Port Kelang, Malaysia (30); transit the Suez Canal (44); Ashdod (45) and Haifa, Israel (46); Istambul, Turkey (49); Novorossiysk, Russia (53); Odessa, Ukraine (55); Haifa, 2nd call (58); transit the Suez Canal (59); Port Kelang, 2nd call (78); Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (81); Da Chan Bay, 2nd call (84); Yantian (85) and Xiamen, China (87); Ningbo (89), Shanghai* (90) and Pusan* (92), 2nd calls; and Vancouver (105). *No embarkation/disembarkation
      ZIM Line - More info

      Seattle, WA (Day 1); Vancouver, BC (2); Tianjin Xingang, China (25); Pusan, Korea (27);Qingdao (29), Shanghai (31) and Shekou (34) all in China; Singapore (40); Jebel Ali, Emirates (52); Singapore, 2nd call (70); Yantian (76), Xiamen (78) and Ningbo, China (80); Shanghai (82) and Pusan* (85), 2nd calls; transpacific to Seattle (96).* No embarkation

      Los Angeles (Day 1) and Oakland, CA (5); Fuking (22), Nansha (23), Honk Kong (24), Yantian (25) and Xiamen, China (27), back to Los Angeles (42).
      Columbus PNW and Pearl River Lines - More info

Sailing approx. every two weeks: Hong Kong, Shekou (Day 1), Ningbo (5) and Shanghai, China (6); Pusan,* Korea (10); transpacific to Manzanillo (27) and Lazaros Cardenas, Mex. (28); Buenaventura, Colombia (33); San Antonio, Chle (41); Calao, Peru (45); Lazaros Cardenas (52) and Manzanillo (53), 2nd calls; Yokohama, Japan (70); Pusan, 2nd call (72); Kaohsiung, Taiwan (75) and Hong Kong (77) -- * No embarkation.
      ACSA-1 Line - More info



Europe - Asia - Australia

London (Gateway port), England (Day 1); Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2); Hamburg, Germany (Day 5); Le Havre, France (7); Fos sur Mer, France (13); Genoa, Italy (14); Damiatta, Egypt (18); transit the Suez Canal (20); Pointe de Galets, Réunion (30); Fremantle (40), Melbourne (45), Sydney (48) and Adelaide, Australia (52); Singapore (63); Chennai, India (68); Colombo, Sri Lanka (71); Cochin, India (73); transit the Suez Canal (82); Damietta, 2nd call (83); Piraeus, Greece (86); Malta (88); Algeciras, Spain (92); London (97).
      The Buxcliff - More info


Southampton, England; Le Havre, France (Day 2); transit the Suez Canal (10); Khor Al Fakkan, UAE (18); Port Kelang, Malaysia (28); Xiamen (34) and Tianjinxingang, China (39); Pusan, South Korea (41); Ningbo (44), Shanghai (46), and Yantian (49), all in China; Singapore (53); transit the Suez Canal (66); Algeciras, Spain (71); Southampton, 2nd call (75); Dunkirk, France (76); Hamburg, Germany (79); Rotterdam, Holland (82) and Southampton (84).
      FAL-1 Line - More info



Sailing weekly: Genoa, Italy (Day 1); Malta (4); Beirut, Lebanon (8); transit the Suez Canal (10); Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (12); Jebel Ali, UAE (18); Port Kelang, Malaysia (28); Xiamen (35) and Qingdao, China (36), Pusan, Korea (40); Shanghai (42), Ningbo (44), Nansha (48) and Yantian (49), all in China; Singapore (53); transit the Suez Canal (65); Malta (68); Valencia (72) and Barcelona, Spain (74); Fos sur Mer, France (75) and Genoa (77).
      MEX Line - More info





South Seas and Coastal Voyages





South East Asia - East Coast of South America

Sailing approx. every 6 weeks: Shanghai, Ningbo (1), Yantian (3) and Hong Kong (4) all in China; Singapore (9); Rio de Janeiro (32), Santos (33), Paranagua (34) and Navegantes (36), all in Brazil; Montevideo, Uruguay (38); Buenos Aires, Argentina (40); Rio Grande (45), Navegantes (47), Paranagua (48) and Santos, 2nd call (50), all in Brazil; Singapore (75); Hong Kong (80) and Shanghai (84).
      CMA CGM SEAS Line - More info

Along the Americas' East Coasts

Sailing approx. every seven weeks: New York, Newark terminal (Day 1); Norfolk, VA (2); Baltimore, MD (3); Charleston, SC (6); Savannah, GA (7); Port Everglades, FL (9); Caucedo, Dominican Republic (13); Santos, Brazil (24); Buenos Aires, Argentina (27); Montevideo, Uruguay (29); Rio Grande (31), Navegantes (33), Santos, 2nd call (35), Rio de Janeiro (37); Salvador (40) and Suape, Brazil (43); Caucedo, 2nd call (49); Freeport, Bahamas (53) and New York (56).
      Conti Line - More info

Sout East Asia - Australia

      The CMA CGM Amber sails from Australia via New Zealand to China every seven weeks.
      The CMA CGM Georgia and sisterships offer voyages from Australia to Japan, S. Korea and China every couple of weeks.
      The CMA CGM Rossini and sisterships connect Singapore and Malaysia with Australia's East and West Coasts, every week or two.
      More info