We depart from Antwerp, Belgium, Hull in England, and Gijon in Spain, and continue our voyage to Georgetown in Guyana, Paramaribo in Surinam, Point Lisas in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, and finally sail to Matanzas in Venezuela. Before the ships continue their voyage back to Europe, goods from South America are brought aboard and made ready for an efficient return voyage.
During the monthly shipment of cargo between the Caribbean and Europe, we call at fixed ports. If there is sufficient cargo, we also stop at surrounding ports in the region, like Saint George’s in Grenada, Bridgetown in Barbados, Kingstown in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Castries in St. Lucia, Degrad des Cannes (Cayenne) in French Guyana, Saint John’s in Antigua, Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe, Rousseau in Dominica, and Fort de France in Martinique. Extra ports in Western Europe can also be added.