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104 A

IFR 104 A


Rotterdam – Dublin / Ireland – Rotterdam or similar


About 6-7 days


1-2x per week

About the vessel

Container vessels, built 2008, German shipping company, international ship command, 11,050 tons dead-weight, 140 m long, 22 m breadth, 18 kn, 974 TEU, TV/DVD


Owner single cabin, shower/WC, seating area, refrigerator, HiFi system, C-deck, view partly open (partly blocked by chimney).

Single cabin CREW, shower/WC, seating area, main deck, view may be obstructed

Double cabin CREW, shower/WC, bunk beds, seating area, main deck, view may be obstructed


Long stay in the Irish capital. Usually two evenings for “Irish Folk” and “Irish Stew” in a typical “Irish Pub”. During the days there is time for the many attractions like: Dublin Center, Leinster House and the City Hall

Shore leave

Berthing time approx. 36-44 hours



Passage prices

€ 595.00 single cabin “Owner”
€ 518.00 single cabin “Crew”
€ 490.00 per person in double cabin
€ 518.00 single use of the double cabin

Embarkation / Disembarkation fees

There is a shuttle service for the way to the vessel, which takes you to the gangway, obligatory, starting at approx. € 25.00, payable on site

Deviation insurance

€30.00 to €45.00 per person, depending on age

Travel insurance

Travel health and liability insurance

Medical certificate

Mandatory for passengers over 65 years of age

Travel reports by customers


  • Dear Madamme Pfeiffer and Weber!
    At the outset, I would like to thank you very much for the successful cruise aboard MS Elbfeeder. Thanks to you, after a week of rest, I have the impression that it would be … two weeks. Everything went according to plan. The captain and crew turned out to be soul mates, eager to help but respecting my privacy. Thanks to this I am already thinking about the next sea trip. You are a very professional office and I will recommend it to others. Thank you...
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  • Dear Mme Pfeiffer,
    we arrived at home yesterday.
    I want to thank you for this very nice journey.
    The MV Gerd arrived to Antwerp, berth 913, on March 1st as expected and we embarked at once, but it restarted only on March 4th in the morning. It was not in our intention, but we used this delay to visit Antwerp. MV Gerd was alongside the quay just next to the cathedral so it was easy. It’s a beautiful and rich city ((the center).
    In Ireland, we were only in Belfast...
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