SAMPLE VOYAGES

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This listing is simply to give you an idea of the length of various voyages. The specific ships and shipping lines are constantly changing, however the time frames for the various voyages will remain constant.

About 15 Days and Under

Transatlantic voyages generally fall within this category.


Canada Maritimefrom Montreal to Northern Europe

About 8-12 days


Schepers Line from Miami to the Caribbean

About 10-12 days


Bergen Line along the coast of Norway

About 12 days

15-30 Days

Special Expeditions offers exploration and adventure cruising

From 1-4 weeks


C.P.T.M. from Tahiti

About 15 nights


from England to South Africa

About 15-20 nights


St. Helena Shipping Line from Cardiff, Wales to Cape Town, South Africa

About 22-35 days depending upon the chosen itinerary


Ivaran Line from the U.S. Gulf to Central America and the Caribbean

About 20-21 days

30-45 Days

Reederei Nord from the U.S. West Coast to the West Coast of South America

About 30 days


Martime Reederei from the U.S. West Coast to the West Coast of South America

About 34-42 days (varies as to the port of departure)


Reederei Nord from Los Angeles and Vancouver to the West Coast of South America

About 34-42 days (varies as to the port of departure)


NSB from the U.S. West Coast to Korea and Taiwan

About 34 days


Hansa Shipmanagement between the U.S. East Coast, U.S. Gulf Coast, Mexico and Northern Europe

About 35 days


Grimaldi Freighter Cruises from England to the West Coast of Africa

About 35 days


Grimaldi Freighter Cruises from England to Europe and South America

About 42 days


Martime Reederei from the U.S. East Coast to the East Coast of South America

About 43 days


Egon Oldendorff from Auckland, New Zealand to The Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Fiji or New Caledonia, returning to New Zealand

About 44 days

45-60 Days

Leonhardt & Blumberg from U.S. Coast to Coast via the Far East and Mediterranean

About 45-50 days depending upon direction


Bank Line from South Africa to India

About 45-50 days


Chilean Line from New Orleans and Houston to the West Coast of South America

About 46 days


Columbus Line from the U.S. West Coast to Australia and New Zealand

About 49 Days


Blue Star Line from the U.S. West Coast to Australia and New Zealand

About 49 days


H. Buss / Oltmann from the U.S. West Coast to the Mediterranean via the Panama Canal

About 50-59 days depending upon port of departure


Egon Oldendorff from Auckland, New Zealand to Korea and Japan, returning to New Zealand

About 51 days


NSB from Antwerp, Belgium to the Indian Ocean / East Africa

About 55 / 57 days

60-90 Days

Mineral Shipping from Savannah, Georgia to the Mediterranean

About 60 days


from Auckland, New Zealand to Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, New Caledonia, Fiji, returning to New Zealand

About 61 days


NSB from the US West Coast to the Mideast

About 61 days


NSB from Europe to the Far East

About 63 days


Columbus Line from the U.S. East Coast to Australia and New Zealand

About 66 days


Blue Star Line from the U.S. East Coast to Australia and New Zealand

About 66 days


Egon Oldendorfffrom Singapore to Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Thailand

About 72 days


P&O Nedlloy Around the World from England

About 82 days


from Long Beach to the Mediterranean and Northern Europe via the Far East and return

About 83 days


from Europe to Australia and New Zealand

About 84 days


Reederei B. Rickmers Around the World from New York

About 88 days

Over 90 days

F. Laeisz/DSR, Leonhardt & Blumberg, NSB and Schluter from New York, Norfolk and Savannah to the Far East via the Mediterranean and Suez Canal and return

About 91 days


Bank Line Around the World from Dunkirk, France via the South Pacific

About 105-110 days


Bank Line in a tramp service from the U.S. East Coast to Southeast Asia

About 120 days

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