The port of Lisbon will host, for the first time on October 15, the Amera cruise ship, which is taking an cruise of 18 nights with start in Bremerhaven, calls at Honfleur, St Malo, Bordeaux, St Jean de Luz, Bilbao, Leixões, Lisbon, Huelva, Gibraltar, Malaga, Port Mahon and St Tropez, and end at Villefranche.
Previously named Prinsendam, she was acquired by Phoenix Reisen in July 2019 to Holland America Line. Originally from Royal Viking Line in 1999 under the name Royal Viking Sun, which she had acquired by Seabourn Cruise Line in 2002 and operated under the name of Seabourn Sun.
Amera, whose renaming ceremony took place in Bremerhaven on 16 August, has been refurbishment.
Built in 1988 with a length of 205 meters and 39 051 tonnes, Amera has a maximum capacity to 835 passengers and 420 to 440 crew and will be dedicated to the German market Read More
Cruise ships at the Port of Lisbon: October 14th to 20th
From 14 to 20 October the Port of Lisbon welcomes 9 cruise ships – Mein Schiff 4, Amera, Azura, Rotterdam, Independence of the Seas, MSC Preziosa, Costa Favolosa, Braemar and Norwegian Pearl.
The Mein Schiff 4 Lisbon call on the 14th is part of a 10-night cruise with Palma de Mallorca as homeport and Gibraltar, Cadiz, Lisbon, Malaga, Valencia and Barcelona as ports of call.
Rotterdam, also scheduled to call Lisbon on the 14th, where she will stay overnight, is taking a 14-night cruise, starting in Amsterdam, stopping at Zeebrugge, Le Havre, Dover, Portland, La Rochelle, Bordeaux, Lisbon, Gibraltar and Cartagena, and end at Civitavecchia.
On the 15th there are in port Amera and Azura Read More
Cruise ships at the Port of Lisbon: October 7th to 13th
From 7 to 13 October the Port of Lisbon welcomes 9 cruise ships - Le Lyrial, MSC Preziosa, Clio, Mein Schiff 3, Bremen, Nautica, Seabourn Ovation, AIDAbella and Vasco da Gama.
The MSC Preziosa, on the 7th, is an interporting call, ie the 8-night itinerary (Genoa, Malaga, Casablanca, Lisbon, Barcelona, Marseille) includes Lisbon as a transit port, offering also the possibility of embarking and / or disembark of passengers in Lisbon. This will be the second of six calls that the ship will make to the port of Lisbon with the same itinerary between September 28th and November 12th.
The Mein Schiff 3 Lisbon call on the 9th is part of a 10-night cruise with start in Bremerhaven, end in Palma de Mallorca, and calls at Le Havre, La Coruña, Lisbon, Cadiz and Barcelona.
The Nautica, also scheduled to call Lisbon on the 9th, where she is overnight, is taking a 12-night cruise with start in Southampton, end in Barcelona, and calls at Guernsey, Brest, La Rochelle, Bordeaux, Lisbon, Cadiz, Motril and Alicante.
On the 12th, Seabourn Ovation ends in Lisbon a 14-night cruise that star in Dublin and calls at Waterford, Bristol, Rouen, Cherbourg, St Malo, Portland, Falmouth, La Coruna, Vigo and Leixões. In the same day begins a new 11-night cruise with destination to Barcelona and calls at Portimão, Tangier, Motril, Cartagena, Saint Raphael, Portofino, Monaco, Toulon and Palamos.
The AIDAbella Lisbon call on the 12th, where she is overnight, is part of a 13-night cruise with start in Kiel, calls at Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Dover, Le Havre, Ferrol, Lisbon and Cadiz, and end in Palma de Mallorca Read More
Celebrity Reflection visits Lisbon for the first time
On the 13th September, the cruise ship Celebrity Reflection visits Lisbon for the first time, one of the destinations of a 12-night cruise starting in Amsterdam, calls in Zeebrugge, Le Havre, Bilbao, Lisbon Cadiz, Gibraltar and Cartagena, and end in Barcelona.
With a length of 319 meters and 125,366 tonnes, Celebrity Reflection has capacity to 3 046 passengers and 1 271 crew members.
To commemorate the first call in Lisbon, Celebrity Reflection will be escorted by Svitzer tugboats and the Captain will be presented with the usual commemorative plaque Read More