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Anonymous asked in TravelCruise Travel · 2 months ago

Is there a cruise ship that goes from USA to Korea?

How much is it and how long does it take?

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  • Den B7
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Yes. Check Oceania Cruise Line. Ships depart from Casper, Wyoming for a 14-day crossing to Incheon, S. Korea. Cost is steep at $11,000 because there's some portage involved. 

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  • 1 month ago

    Seoul (Incheon) South Korea Harbor Guide

    Seoul is the vibrant capital of South Korea. A cruise to Seoul offers everything a discerning traveler can expect: fantastic food, old palaces and temples waiting to be explored, and state-of-the-art parks where visitors can experience 21st century Korea.

    If you stop on an Asian cruise in Seoul, you will experience a fascinating combination of energetic local markets, ancient temples and cultural sites that are worshiped in a single city. Look at the ornate shrines in the Bogeun-sa Buddhist temple on the hillside or visit the dazzling 16th-century palace Deoksugung. Take a trip to Changdeokgung Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which the Korean royal family referred to as their hometown until the 19th century.

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  • 2 months ago

    i would call a cruise ship company and ask them

    • Weasel McWeasel
      Lv 7
      1 month agoReport

      another staggeringly informative answer. 

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  • 2 months ago

    No. There are also no passenger liners that go between the USA and Korea.  

    If you want to travel by cargo ship then visit a real travel agency where you live that can arrange passage on a cargo ship for you. Many cargo ships offer passenger accommodations. The accommodations will be comfortable and the food will be good.  However, there will not be entertainment like on a cruise ship or passenger liner. 

    https://www.gonomad.com/1560-freighter-travel-faqs

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