Voyages by duration

How long does a freighter voyage take? Don’t I need a lot of time? These questions are obvious and many freighter vessels are en route for months. However, the range of our voyages is manifold: leading from short trips to the usual vacation period up to long journeys to far away continents.

 

Please find information about the particularities of freighter travel here.

 

1-week voyages are perfect for beginners, who want to see the world of freighter travel for the first time – these trips are generally to the northern regions. The vessels mostly navigate on a regular basis and the trips can be well planned in advance.

 

Voyages up to 2 weeks can also include one way travel, e.g. across the Atlantic ocean, apart from the European destinations. Often individual stages of longer voyages or one way voyages can be booked (see details!).

 

3- to 4-week voyages, e.g. lead from Europe to Canada, to the east coast of the United States, to the Canary Islands or across the Mediterranean. Often stages of these voyages or one way travel can also be booked in this case (see details!).

 

Long voyages (up to 90 days) are made by ships with destinations e.g. the west coast of the United States, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia/ New Zeeland . Often stages of these voyages or one way travel can also be booked.

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Available on short notice in the area of North and Baltic Sea:

IFR 102,
Rotterdam – England

IFR 103,
Antwerp – England – France

IFR 103,
Antwerp – England – Scotland

IFR 104 A,
Rotterdam – Ireland

IFR 105 A,
Rotterdam – Norway

IFR 106,
Rotterdam – Sweden – Denmark

IFR 106 B,
The Netherlands – Norway

IFR 110,
Wilhelmshaven – Baltic Sea

IFR 113,
Brunsbuttel – Sweden

IFR 114 C,
Wilhelmshaven – England – Baltic Sea

IFR 118 A,
Hamburg – Denmark – Poland

IFR 118 B,
Bremerhaven – Russia – Finland

IFR 118 E,
Hamburg – England – Baltic – Poland

IFR 118 F,
Antwerp – Baltic – Finland

IFR 120,
Rotterdam – Iceland