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ASIA - CARIBBEAN (CMA CGM )

Singapore (Far East) - Singapore (Far East)

Approx 77 Nights, From only €7775pp

Port rotation:

SINGAPORE, SG - SHEKOU, CN - HONG KONG, HK - KAOHSIUNG, TW - NINGBO, CN - SHANGHAI, CN -QINGDAO, CN - *BUSAN, KOREA, KR- MANZANILLO, MX, - PUNTA MANZANILLO, PA - CARTAGENA, CO, CO - KINGSTON, JM - CAUCEDO, DO - SINGAPORE, SG

Vessel: CMA CGM Jacques Joseph, CMA CGM Lisa Marie

Maltese Flag, 9400 TEU

Double cabins, available for sole use

*No embarkation permitted in Busan, disembarkation only

CMA CGM

CMA CGM Group is present in more than 160 countries through its network of over 755 agencies, with more than 29,000 employees worldwide (4,500 in France).

With a young and diversified fleet of 489 vessels, the CMA CGM Group serves over 420 of the world's 521 commercial ports. Through more than 200 shipping lines, the company operates on every one of the world's seas.


CMA CGM Fleet

Flag:                                   Various

Type of vessel:                Container

Captain/Officers:             French / International

Language onboard:         English

Year built:                        Constant updating

Voltage onboard:            220 V  / 60 Hz

Currency onboard:          US-Dollars/Euros

* Maximum passenger age - 77 years old upon return.

77 Nights | Singapore (Far East) - Singapore (Far East) | €7775pp (2 Sharing)

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