This is a guide to the main shipping routes of the world and voyages currently offered by the
small number of shipping lines that have resumed passenger services after the pandemic.
Freighter ships tend to travel in well defined routes, determined by international commerce.
Around The World
Routes around the world, both Eastbound and Westbound
Europe - Australia/New Zealand
Routes connecting Europe to Australia and New zealand
Routes connecting the USA and Canada with Europe.
Routes connecting the USA and Canada with the Far East, Australia and New Zealand
The following shipping lines currently operate a passenger service.
Passenger cargo voyages departing from Tahiti to the Marquesas Islands, Austral Islands, Cook
Islands, Pitcairn Island, Society Islands, Tuamotu Islands and Gambier Islands.
Round trip expedition from Rimouski to Blanc-Sablon in Quebec, on the cargo ship Bella Desgagnés.
Personal accounts of passenger freighter voyages from around the world.
In October 1999, Judd Spittler escaped the grips of land for a two week Caribbean freighter cruise
aboard the 491 ft. German container vessel "Katrin S". Judd's website superbly documents every
aspect of the trip with a comprehensive gallery of digital photography.
Felixstowe to Long
Extensive and highly detailed Blog written by Peter Kaye, detailing his 38 day voyage onboard
the MS Penang Senator, departing from Felixstowe (UK) and heading to the US West Coast via Suez,
Singapore and the Far East. (Photo © Dennis Shum)