||Why not consider a voyage on one of these exciting ships.
Sure they don't provide the organized entertainment found on passenger ships. But
they offer a unique experience. Ask yourself the following - Do I want to
avoid a vacation on a floating holiday camp? - Do I want a stress free and
informal holiday without the hubbub of being constantly organized? - Do I want
the run of the ship and be able to visit places such as the bridge when I want
to? - Do I want to feel part of the onboard community and not just one amongst
many? If the answers are yes you are on your way to becoming a freighter
|There are other attractions to this type of voyage such as the limited number
of passengers and reasonable fares. Don't be fooled just because they are
working ships. They are comfortable and usually offer a choice of cabin type.
The meals are plentiful and of high quality. Barbeques and parties are not
||Most cargo ship passengers return to repeat the experience.
To get more of an in depth idea of this way cruising click on
"Ship Types" which gives an over view of the design of ships
carrying passengers. Further click on "Deck Plan" showing
onboard amenities. Clicking "FAQ" answers frequently asked
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