Northern Europe – Cuba
Rotterdam – (Barcadera / Aruba) – Mariel – Moa / both Cuba – (Halifax / Canada) – Bilbao / Spain – Rotterdam or similar (ports in brackets are not called regularly)
About 42 days round-trip
About 16 days Rotterdam – Mariel
About the vessel
General cargo container vessels, built 2011, German shipping company, international ship command, 17,409 cargo tons, length 144 m, breadth 23 m, sports room (table tennis), air conditioning, TV/Video, currency on board Euro
1 single cabin “Owner”, shower/WC, bed 110 x 200 cm, sofa, desk, refrigerator, B- deck, view to the side unobstructed
1 single cabin “Pilot”, shower/WC, bed 100 x 200 cm, sofa, desk, D-deck, view may be obstructed by cargo
1 single cabin “Crew”, shower/WC, bed 100 x 200 cm, sofa, desk, D-deck, view may be obstructed by cargo
A nice trip with modern multipurpose ships to Cuba with very long berthing times in Mariel, so you have time for sightseeing.
In Cuba the new container port Mariel is called (about 40 km from Havana).
There will be 2 identical ships. One of the ships has only the single cabin owner, the other one has 3 single cabins.
One way trips to Halifax are not bookable.
Age limit 75 years, no exceptions.
In Rotterdam, we recommend a shuttle service to take passengers to the ship (fee applies).
The corona rules of the shipping company are: passengers are carried, who are vaccinated 2x against Covid-19 and present a rapid antigen test, which is not older than 24 h at the time of boarding.
Berthing times about 6 hours – 6 days
Passport (valid for at least 6 months)
eTA for Canada and tourist card for Cuba (easy to order through the embassy or visa services).
Starting at € 3,990.00 round-trip
Starting at € 1,520.00 Rotterdam – Mariel
Embarkation / Disembarkation fees
€ 150.00 per person
€ 219.00 per person
Travel health and liability insurance
Travel reports by customers
- 9 May –Wednesday– Hertz picked us up at our townhouse in Orlando and took us to their office where we got our rental car for our one-way road trip to Port Everglades. We spent the night in Miami, where we had dinner with my cousin.
10 May –Thursday– Phoned the Ship’s Agent, who asked if we could meet him at the South Gate of Port Everglades at 11 A.M. We took the rental car to the closest Hertz office where they shuttled us to the South Gate. They gave us passes after...
Thanks for making the last Trip on MV Ocean possible, after a rough start it turned out to be an excellent voyage. Please forward my thanks to the captain, crew and owner who came on board in Jacksonville and to you folks.