Rotterdam – Dublin – Cork / both Irland – Rotterdam or similar
About 7 days
About the vessel
Container vessel, built 2008, German or international ship command, German shipping company, 9.500 tdw, length 140 m, breadth 22 m, speed 19 kn, container capacity 800 TEU’s, TV/DVD.
Owner’s cabin, shower/WC, bed 210 x 120 cm, separate living area with seating area, desk, refrigerator, free view to the side, forward view possibly obstructed by container, officer’s deck.
1 passenger cabin shower/WC, bed 210 x 120 cm, seating area, view forward possibly obstructed, officer’s deck.
Maximum 3 passengers.
A beautiful journey to the green island.
In Dublin, the ship usually stays overnight, so you will have plenty of time to explore this young and lively city. In the evening, a visit to a quaint pub is almost obligatory.
Alcohol is prohibited for the crew, there is no alcohol to buy on board.
In Rotterdam we recommend a shuttle service to take passengers to the ship (for a fee).
The shipping company’s corona rules are: passengers are carried who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 (with booster) and present a rapid antigen test from a test centre that is not older than 24 hours at the time of boarding.
Berthing times about 4-24 hours
Covid 19 + Antigen Rapid Test
€ 574.00 if owner’s cabin is occupied by 2 persons
€ 665.00 for single occupancy of the owner’s cabin
€ 525.00 if passenger cabin is occupied by 2 persons
€ 595.00 for single use of the passenger cabin
€ 95.00 per person
Travel health and liability insurance
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...
- 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...