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Are there still passenger ships (not cruise ships)

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I have one lung, and I have been told by my doctors that I will never be able to fly. I have always wanted to travel the world, and now that I am a legal adult, and am the healthiest Ive ever been, I would like to fullfill that dream. However, I do not want to go on a cruise ship to see the world. Are there any passenger ships from the us that travel to ports to other countries, drop me off and allow me to stay for a week or so in that other country, then go back to the port and head back home to the us? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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