How long does it usually take for a cargo ship to come from New York to Korea?
Cargo ships will generally maintain a service speed of approximately 15 knots. The distance from the port of New York to Ulsan, South Korea using pilots at each end of the voyage and proceeding through the Panama Canal is 10,155 NM (nautical miles) Without delays (including at the Panama Canal) should take approximately 28 days and 5 hours. This may be affected positively or negatively by weather and currents depending on the time of year.
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