destination voyage. A trip on a ship, typically one of some days duration, with the primary purpose of transporting passengers from one port to another, as opposed to a cruise, which is primarily a pleasure voyage.
In context . . .
"Dicken's trip in 1842 was not really a cruise at all; it was a destination voyage to get from one place to another. The ship was only a means of transportation; in fact, it was the best and only means of transportation available at that time. Cruises, which are taken for pleasure, are a different thing altogether."
Selling The Sea: An Inside Look at the Cruise Industry
Bob Dickinson & Andy Vladimir, 2nd ed. 2008
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