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IFR 104 F
France Atlantic Coast


Le Havre – Bassens – Montoir – (Brest) – Le Havre or similar (ports in brackets are not called at on every voyage)


About 7 days



About the vessel

Container ship, built 2008, German shipping company, international ship command, 11,400 tons dead-weight, length 134 m, width 22.5 m, speed 18.5 kn, container capacity 868 TEU’s, TV, video/DVD.


1 owner’s single cabin, shower/WC, bed 200 x 110 cm, separate living area, seating area, refrigerator, D-deck, port side
1 single cabin, shower/WC, refrigerator, B-deck starboard


A beautiful trip with interesting stops and pleasant berthing times.

It goes along the French Atlantic coast with a call at Bassens, the port of Bordeaux, as well as Montoir and partly Brest, both in Brittany.

Ship of a German family shipping company. Age limit max. 75 years.

There is a ban on alcohol for the crew.

Shore leave

Berthing times approx. 8-16 hours.



Passage prices

€ 686.00 in the owner’s single cabin
€ 609.00 in the single cabin

Embarkation / Disembarkation fees

€ 20.00 per person

Deviation insurance

€ 95.00 per person

Travel insurance

Travel health and liability insurance

Medical certificate

Für Passagiere ab 65 Jahren erforderlich

Travel reports by customers

Northern Europe

  • Many thanks again for my latest cargo ship experience which was wonderful.
    I enjoyed the trip on the Gerda, with Captain H. who ensured that I had my best experience to date. Also, a mention to the Chef, who made very tasty meals, also to all the crew, I can’t list all their names, unfortunately, however, all staff combined made my experience so enjoyable and I will definitely try to go on that route again to meet them again.
    I highly recommend this trip!
    You are very...
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  • Dear Mrs Pfeiffer and Mrs Weber
    Back from Hamburg, I would like to give you my feedback.
    It was a very interesting week I spent on board; captain Z. and the officers were all very open and friendly, so there really was a good atmosphere. I have always felt welcome to go here and there, to ask questions, and able to spend a lot of time on the bridge. As I told the captain, I felt I was 40 years younger as I spent hours on the bridge, just like when I was an officer on merchant ships...
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