Cargo ship travel is generally safe, but possesses small risks that are not present during standard passenger ship voyages. Some of the risks include the lack of life boats and increased fire risks. Some cargo ships cont... More »

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Cargo ships that offer passenger accommodation are usually container ships or general cargo ships. Cargo ships often travel between locations that are not often considered tourist destinations. Travel by cargo ship is ge... More »

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Cargo ships travel at 12 to 20 knots on the open sea. The speed varies depending on the kind of cargo and the company that owns the vessel. More »

The website address for Eva Airlines, a Chinese passenger and cargo airline, is EvaAir.com. It features passenger information for Taiwan’s second largest airline, which calls the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport near... More »

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Search ship passenger lists and detailed immigration data with online resources such as OliveTreeGenealogy.com and TheShipsList.com. Alternatively, if you know specific details about passengers, search for passengers on ... More »

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Travel to Europe as a passenger on a transatlantic freighter such as a cargo ship or container ship, or on a cruise ship's repositioning voyage. Alternatively, cruise lines such as Holland America Line and Princess Cruis... More »

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Amtrak's website has all of the schedules for passenger travel throughout the United States by train. The website offers many different ways of finding train schedules, including a travel planning map and a list of all r... More »

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