CMA CGM Invites Passengers Aboard Marco Polo

Press Release
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Photo: CMA CGM

CMA CGM, announced that passengers cabins are now available on board the massive CMA CGM Marco Polo containership (16 020 TEUs). These original cruises offer travelers the possibility to live a unique experience by discovering oceans, seas and continents to the beat of international trade and involving themselves in the life on board by sharing the crew’s everyday life. The CMA CGM Marco Polo includes 5 double modern cabins of 20m2 each, a lounge with TV equipment, a library, a fitness room and even a swimming pool.

This vessel is deployed on the world largest route linking Asia to Europe and will allow travelers to discover the world’s largest ports on the following rotation: Ningbo, Shanghai, Xiamen, Hong Kong, Chiwan, Yantian, Port Kelang, Tanger, Southampton, Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Rotterdam, Zeebrugge, Le Havre, Malta, Khor Al Fakkan, Jebel Ali, Ningbo.

Cargo cruises are proposed by the CMA CGM Group since 2000 and allow boarding the Group’s owned-cargos on the different major global shipping routes (North Europe-Asia / USA-Asia / Round the world via the Panama Canal / the West Indian road / Europe-India).

www.cma-cgm.com

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