Yearly Archives: 2013

Going ashore in Miami, USA

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Because of its location – as the gateway between the United States and Central America, the Caribbean, and South America – the Port of Miami is one of the world’s leading passenger ports. With big cruise vessels arriving and leaving every day and smaller passenger vessels departing every hour, the port of Miami is a dream destination for people all over the world.

Going ashore in Charleston, USA

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To get out of the port, the most reliable choice is to call for a taxi with TWIC permit. There is no shuttle bus available inside the port and walking is not permitted. For these reasons, taxis which hold a TWIC permit are allowed to enter the port and pick up clients exactly from the ship.

Going ashore in Veracruz, Mexico

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Veracruz is one of the biggest and most beautiful ports from the East Coast of Mexico and it is located in the Bay of Campeche – an arm of the Gulf of Mexico. If you arrive in Veracruz aboard a port container vessel, there are 2 possibilities where your vessel can dock.

Going ashore in Rotterdam, Holland

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Rotterdam is the biggest and busiest port in Europe and one of the largest in the world. For this reason, going out for a visit into the city can be very difficult and time consuming, but nevertheless very pleasant and relaxing.

Going ashore in Le Havre, France

Going ashore in Le Havre

Le Havre is situated in the Northwestern part of France, on the English Channel, at the mouth of the Seine River. It is one of the largest and busiest ports in France and it plays an important role in the trade between North Europe and North/ Central America. The city of Le Havre is ~ 25 km away from the port with which is connected via a very good highway-like road.

HS BACH ( May – November 2013)

HS LISZT ( May – August 2012)