Cargo ship passenger fares on a cargo ship
Cargo ship passenger fares on a cargo ship. Booking a cargo / freighter ship cruise is not quite as simple as booking a normal cruise. Most run to a fairly regular schedule however this can change depending on the freight being transported. This means ports of call may change, as well as the amount of time spent in a port. Contact us with your desired route Cargo ship passenger fares on a cargo ship. We will get in touch with the shipping company to find availability. We will get back in contact with you and send you the booking form and booking terms & conditions conditions which we need completed / agreed by Cargo ship passenger to with your deposit on Cargo ship passenger fares. You will have one week to pay your deposit to secure your cabin. We will require a 25% deposit plus a AUD$150 passenger fares on Cargo ship passenger non-refundable booking fee up front (within the week) with the balance due 60 days prior to departure.
Passage Contract Bookings are accepted subject to the terms and conditions of the passenger ticket and passenger contract and published booking conditions. Copy of the booking terms and conditions are provided at time of confirmation. Important notice All information regarding ships, accommodation, fares, routes, ports of call, voyage duration, etc. is for general guidance only and is subject to change at any time, with or without notice on Cargo ship passenger. Prices Prices include meals, accommodation & port fees on Cargo ship passenger fares. Health and Age Restrictions Only passengers of good physical and mental health can be accepted for carriage on container ships. You must be under 77 or 80 and pay the passenger fares (depending on the shipping line) to do a cargo ship cruise. We cannot accept passengers once they turn 80 years of age. Passengers should be aware that container ships do not usually carry a doctor – only basic first aid treatment is available. Passengers must be able to negotiate stairs well because accommodation and facilities are spread over several decks. Some ships may have an elevator. Medical Certificate All passengers must have their doctor complete the medical questionnaire which will be sent with your confirmation letter – this is to be done only 60 days prior to the sailing date. Vaccinations Please speak to your doctor regarding immunisation questions. Yellow fever is generally compulsory due to you coming into contact with the crew as Cargo ship passenger (not based on the ports you visit). Travel Insurance You must have comprehensive Travel Insurance which includes cancellation cover due to medical, family crisis and other substantial reasons not to travel. Passport Passengers must be in possession of a valid passport with at least six months validity.