CMA CGM’s Four 12-Passenger French West Indies Line Ships Have Now Transferred To The New Europe-Caribbean Service
28/04/2016 Leave a comment
The four container ships that were built in 2003 for the French West Indies Line have now been transferred to the line’s Europe Caribbean Service. They sail from a wider range of ports in Europe than just France, calling at Rotterdam, Hamburg and Antwerp before leaving Le Havre for a tour round the Caribbean via Kingston, Cartagena, Santo Tomas, Puerto Cortes and Moin before returning to Rotterdam. a full round voyage of 42 days.
The four ships that have made the move, CMA CGM Fort St Georges, Fort St Louis, Fort St Pierre and Fort Ste Marie, are of 28,000 tons deadweight carrying capacity and each can carry up to twelve passengers, the maximum that can be accepted on a cargo ship without a doctor. Passengers are accommodated in an owners cabin and four twin cabins, each of about 195 sq ft, and two single cabins of about 155 sq ft. Each ship is also equipped with a passenger lounge, a gymnasium and an outdoor swimming pool.
Fares for the full 42-day round voyage start at €4,620 (about £3,7350) per person double or €6,240 (about £5,045) single, and one-way passages can also be booked from €110 (about £89) per person per day. Complimentary French table wine is included with lunch and dinner, which passengers take with the officers.
For further details on any of our CMA CGM cargo ship voyages please contact Miri Lopusna at The Cruise People Ltd in London on +44 (0)20 7723 2450 or e-mail PassageEnquiry@aol.com.