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FIFA 2010 World Cup Accommodation Floating into Town

Two of the world's biggest and most luxurious cruise ships will dock at South Africa's harbours during the FIFA 2010 World Cup starting this June, bringing tourists to experience South Africa's culture and passion for soccer.
Two vessels, each with more than 950 cabins, will head for Durban harbour andPort Elizabeth  harbour respectively for the full month of the FIFA 2010 World Cup in a unique cruise experience that gives passengers a chance to live aboard the ship and experience harbour life, whilst also enjoying the soccer matches in the cities they dock at.

South African Passion for Football

Munich-based company, Moltke Promotion GmbH, has partnered with Cape Town-based tour operator, iKapa Tours & Travel to provide transport solutions and day tours for ship passengers during their stay in South Africa.
Chartered by One Ocean Club, the two cruise liners will compliment the current luxury accommodation in the three coastal host cities - Durban, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town - and will provide a safe and controlled environment. The lack of accommodation has been one of the key concerns for officials ahead of Africa's fist hosting of soccer's showpiece event.

World Cup Accommodation Floating into Town

The MS Noordam, the vessel that will be based in the Durban harbour, will also visit the Port Elizabeth harbour twice - for the quarter-final and for the playoff for the third and fourth place. The MS Westerdam will be moored in Port Elizabeth harbour for the first 14 days of the tournament and will then be cruising between Port Elizabeth and Cape Town for the rest of the tournament.
Our Ships - ms Westerdam

Our Ships - ms Noordam

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