This trip takes you to Kaliningrad, the former German Königsberg, which is situated between Lithuania and Poland and Rotterdam, the world´s biggest port.
The second port called in the Baltic is normally Gdynia.
Eleven or more hours the passage of the Kiel Canal, the Kiel Fjord and the river Elbe will take.
In this time you may see several vessels passing close by, the locks at Kiel and Brunsbuttel, and the lovely landscape of northern Germany.
Very seldom it can happen that the vessel sails into the Baltic Sea by passing Skagen and the Oresund near Copenhagen.
Subject to change without notice.
Visa: a visa for Russia is necessary.
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Shipping company: German
Build year: 2003
Ship size: 11200 tdw
Length: 134 m
Width: 22,5 m
Voltage: 220 V.
Equipment: air condition, dvd/tv. Ship currency: EUR
Age limit 6 / 80 years (without exception)