Hamburg – Kiel-Canal – Riga / Latvia – Tallin / Estonia – Helsinki – Kotka – Rauma / all Finland – Klaipeda / Lithuania – Norrkoping – Stockholm – Gaevle / all Sweden – Kiel-Canal – Bremerhaven – Hamburg or similar (usually 3 to 4 ports)
About 10 days
2-3x per month
About the vessel
Container vessel, built 2008, German ship command, 16,950 tons dead-weight, length 168 m, breadth 26.8 m, speed 19.7 kn, container capacity 1,421 TEU, sauna, TV/DVD
2 double apartments, shower/WC, bed 200 x 140 cm, separate living room with seating area, fridge, SAT/TV, open view aft 1 passenger cabin, shower/WC, separate living room with seating area, fridge, bedroom with bunk beds, view to the front (often obstructed by cargo), starboard, only for single travelers 1 single cabin, shower/WC, seating area, fridge, open view larboard All cabins are on B-deck Maximum of 4 passengers
Popular Baltic Sea cruise with a very well maintained, large and very well equipped vessel under German flag (type Baltic Max of the German Sietas shipyard). During this beautiful voyage the ports usually change from voyage to voyage depending on the cargo. Here it is especially true: “the journey is the destination” Voyage examples: Hamburg – Kiel Canal – Norrköping – Stockholm – Gavle – Kiel Canal – Bremerhaven – Hamburg or Hamburg – Kiel Canal – Klaipeda – Rauma – Kiel Canal – Hamburg or Hamburg – Kiel Canal – Riga – Tallin – Kotka – Kiel Canal – Hamburg or similar The routes vary depending on the cargo. There are no specific intermediate ports or port sequences bookable. There is a ban on alcohol for the crew. Age limit 75 years.
Berthing time approx. 8-36 hours
€ 920.00 per person in double cabin € 1,200.00 single use of the double cabin € 1,000.00 passenger cabin starboard € 980.00 single cabin larboard For trips shorter than 9 or longer than 11 days, the daily rate will be subtracted or added.
Embarkation / Disembarkation fees
€ 20.00 per person
€ 65.00 to € 95.00 per person, depending on age
Travel health and liability insurance
Travel reports by customers
- Thank You Capt. B!
When I said to Capt. B. ‘thank you for the good atmosphere on board’
He said to me: Well, I didn’t have any stress because the crew made a good job.
This was what I felt, a peaceful crew, who did their work every day without complaining.
I liked to watch the Boson splicing a perfect eye into the moorings.
Cookie o prepares the best apple-pie.
G. is a conscientious and reliable 2nd.Engr.
R. OS the youngest stands...
- Dear captain and crew of the MS “Clipper”,
we were guests on board of your vessel at the beginning of October 2010. With this letter we would like to express our most sincere thanks for the absolute marvelous time we had on board of your ship. All the crew – from captain to any other crew member – were always very friendly and most helpful. Everybody always had a smile for us when we met.
The absolute highlight for us was the Karaoke-evening we celebrated...