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Overview

Germany - Latvia - Estonia - Belgium

Freighter Voyage from Bremerhaven to the Baltic Cities Riga and Tallin


Route (FR8-114):

Bremerhaven/ Germany - Riga/ Latvia - Tallin/ Estonia - Antwerp/ Belgium - Bremerhaven

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Ship & Cabin Details

Germany - Latvia - Estonia - Belgium

Freighter Voyage from Bremerhaven to the Baltic Cities Riga and Tallin


M/S Valentina

Flag: Marshall Islands
Captain: international
Year built: 2006
Size: 22,200 TDW
Length: 178.57 m
Breadth: 27.60 m

Ship Facilities

Swimming Pool (outside), TV / Video, sun deck, salon, excercise room, air conditioning, voltage: 220 V, currency on board: USD


Cabin Facilities

  • Cabin 1:
    1 Double Cabin Owner, E-Deck, view aft, 1 double bed (2.00 x 1.25 m), shower / WC, fridge, desk, sitting area
Explanatory Notes

Germany - Latvia - Estonia - Belgium

Freighter Voyage from Bremerhaven to the Baltic Cities Riga and Tallin


Explanatory Notes

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. Age restriction for this trip: minimum age is 6 / maximum age 79.

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.