Europe to the Great Lakes
Transatlantic and Great Lakes with the Polish Steamship Company
Option 1. Full round Trip - “Tramp” service: from 45 to 70 days
Option 2. Europe to Great Lakes: from 16 to 21 days
Option 3. Great Lakes to Europe “Tramp” service: 25 to 30 days
From April to November only.
These ships were built in Japan between 1999 and 2000 and can accommodate 6 passengers. The ships are 35,000 tons and are geared bulk carriers taking wheat etc to Europe or North Africa. The crew is Polish. English is spoken on board.
Option 1. Full round Trip - “Tramp” service
Option 2. Europe to Great Lakes
|Option 3. Great Lakes to Europe - “Tramp” service
Duration: Approx 25/30 days
“Tramp” service ports may include: Burns Harbour (Indiana) or Thunder Bay (Ontario) or Duluth (Minnesota) or other Great Lakes ports to 1st discharge port in the Med, North Africa, Black Sea or Baltic Sea.
Ship substitutions: depending on cargo requirements, other passenger carrying vessels may be substituted from time to time.
No injections are necessary.
Travel insurance are compulsory.
Passengers must be in possession of a valid passport with at least 6 months validity.
Cancellation by the passenger for any reason is subject to the following cancellation charges (subject to shipping company):
up to 61 days prior to departure - from AUD500 to loss of deposit paid
60 to 30 days prior to departure - 25% of the fare
30 to 01 days prior to departure - 50% of the fare
No refund is available when cancellation advice is received on the day of departure or once the voyage has commenced. No refund is paid for early disembarkation.
You must have comprehensive Travel Insurance which will include cancellation cover due to medical, family crisis and other substantial reasons not to travel.