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Cruise ships in the Port of Lisbon from 22nd to 28th July Icon
Cruise ships in the Port of Lisbon from 22nd to 28th July

From 22nd to 28th july 2017 the Port of Lisbon welcomes 5 cruise ships –Stad Amsterdam, Disney Magic, Britannia, Sirena and Tui Discovery 2. On the 23 rd, the Stad Amsterdam will finish in Lisbon a cruise starting in Ibiza. The Stad Amsterdam, registered under the Dutch flag as a passenger ship, is a 3-masted sailboat with 31 sails that can be booked for business events, luxury cruises and adventure tours. On the 25th there will be in port two ships, the Disney Magic and the Britannia. The Disney Magic is completing a 7-night cruise starting in Dover, ending in Barcelona and stopovers in Le Havre, Lisbon and Cadiz. The Britannia stopover is part of a 14-night cruise that has Southampton as homeport and Lisbon, Cadiz, Marseille, Monaco, La Spezia, Cagliari and Gibraltar as ports of call  Read More
Cruise ships in the Port of Lisbon from 15 th to 21 st July

From 15th to 21st july 2017 the Port of Lisbon welcomes the cruise ships Europa 2 and Ventura. On the 18th, the Europa 2 ends in Lisbon a 9 night cruise that started in Monaco and calls Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Malaga, and Cadiz. On the following day, a new 13-night cruise entitled "Eternal Spring in the Atlantic" starts in the Portuguese capital city, with calls at Arrecife de Lanzarote, St Cruz de la Palma, Funchal, Ponta Delgada, Praia da Vitoria, La Coruna and Gijon, and Bilbao as final destination. On the May 24th, 2013, Lisbon was also the final destination of the inaugural cruise of Europe 2. Since she entry into service, Europa 2 has been nominated by Berlitz's "Cruissing & Cruise Ships" as the number one worldwide in the "five-star-plus" category. The Ventura stopover in Lisbon on the 20th is part of a 13-night cruise that has Southampton as homeport and Funchal, St. Cruz de la Palma, St. Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Arrecife de Lanzarote and Lisbon as ports of call  Read More
Lisbon, a destination for cruises
The port of Lisbon, located on the banks of the vast Tagus estuary has in its history a long tradition within the cruise market. Featuring a 15.5 metre deep channel and over 1 500 metres of berthing quay with depth between -8 and -10 m, Lisbon has been for long a harbour of refuge for many cruise ships.
In fact, the port of Lisbon receives all types of cruise ships, from the smallest to the largest in the world, that bring more than 400 thousand passengers per year.
In addition to the great natural conditions, the ship that anchors in Lisbon has two passenger terminals located in the centre of the city, with the most modern safety equipment and a varied offer of services.
The warm weather, the various tourist places, the good international air connections and the variety of hotels are some of the factors that make of Lisbon a privileged destination throughout the year.
Featuring a magnificent geographic location, Lisbon is an important port of call for cruises between the Atlantic Coast and Europe, the western Mediterranean and the north of Europe, the Atlantic Isles and the north of Africa as well as for Trans Atlantic trips.
Forecast for cruise ship calls
Here you will find information concerning the date and hour of arrival and departure, name of the ship, quay, maximum capacity of the ship, crew, LOA, draught, flag, origin, destination, navigation agent and cruise line
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