Asia - Australia / New Zealand
Thailand - Australia - China
Cargo travel from Laem Chabang via Singapore to Fremantle, Sydney and Melbourne
Laem Chabang/ Thailand - Tanjung Pelepas/ Malaysia - Singapore - Fremantle/ Australia - Adelaide - Melbourne - Sydney - Brisbane/ Australia - Yokohama/ Japan - Osaka/ Japan - Busan/ South Korea - Qingdao/ China - Yangshan/ China - Ningbo/ China - Brisbane - Sydney - Melbourne - Adelaide - Fremantle - Tanjung Pelepas - Singapore - Laem Chabang
Departures: every 11 weeks
one way trips possible
Fare: from 93 EUR per day
Further information you may find under the following link:
How do I find the right Freighter Travel for me?
- A Section or whole Round Trip? What is your preferred port of departure & arrival? / Are you interested in the opposite direction alternatively?
- When: What is your earliest and latest date of departure?
- Number of Travelers?
Year bulilt: 2012
Dead weight capacity: 71,416 t
Length: 275.0 m
Breadth: 40.0 m
Exercise room, table tennis, officers mess room, owner-lounge with TV / DVD, lift, air condition, onboard voltage 220V, onboard currency EUR and US$
- Cabin 1:
1 Double Cabin "Owner", D-Deck, 1 double bed (2.00 x 1.50m), shower / WC, carpet, fridge, sofa, desk, TV / DVD, view could be blocked by cargo
- Cabin 2:
1 Single Cabin "Superintendent", D-Deck, 1 double bed (2.00 x 1.20m), shower / WC, fridge, sofa, desk, view could be blocked by cargo
Depending on the particular cargo loaded, changes or variations may be possible.
Your passport needs to be valid for at least six months counting from voyage commencement. For this freighter travel a medical certificate is required from all passengers aged 65. Age restriction for this trip: minimum age is 6 / maximum age 80.
The agency 'SLOWTRAVEL experience' is not the operator, rather the agent of this travel. Therefore the terms & conditions of the shipping company is applicable. For further information please do not hesitate to contact us either by phone or by email.
Some minor modifications and shifts can be expected!
Further photos and descriptions about freighter travel you may find here using the example of the MSC Ilona.