From 15 to 21 April 2019 the Port of Lisbon welcomes 18 cruise ships - Braemar, Silver Spirit, Club Med 2, Sea Cloud, Balmoral, Seabourn Odyssey, Azura, Britannia, Astor, Mein Schiff 1, MSC Preziosa, Sea Spirit, Aidasol, Zenith, Costa Favolosa, Amsterdam, MSC Meraviglia and Le Champlain.
The Braemar Lisbon call on the 15th is part of an 11-night cruise that has Southampton as homeport and Malaga, Seville, Cadiz and Lisbon as ports of call.
On the same day the Silver Spirit finishes in Lisbon a 10-night transatlantic cruise that starts in Hamilton and calls at Horta and Ponta Delgada. Lisbon will be the port of departure for a new 10-night cruise with final destination to Barcelona and calls in Cadiz, Malaga, Port Mahon, Alghero, Livorno, Monaco and Marseille.
On the 16th, the Balmoral is taking a 17-night cruise that has Southampton as homeport and Malaga, Cartagena, Ibiza, Port Mahon, Ajaccio, Olbia, Palma de Mallorca, Cadiz and Lisbon as ports of call.
On the 17th, the Seabourn Odyssey, Azura and Britannia will be in port.
The Seabourn Odyssey ends in Lisbon an 11-night transatlantic cruise starting in Bridgetown and calls in Funchal and Porto Santo. Lisbon will be also the port of embarkation for a 14-night cruise with final destination to Barcelona and calls in Funchal, Tenerife, El Hierro, Gran Canaria, Arrecife, Puerto del Rosario, Casablanca, Tanger and Malaga.
Azura and Britannia are taking a 13-night cruise with Southampton as homeport. Azura has La Coruna, Leixões, Gibraltar, Valencia, Cartagena and Lisbon as ports of call, and the Britannia calls Funchal, St Croix Palma, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Arrecife and Lisbon.
On the 18th Sea Spirit, Astor, Mein Schiff 1, MSC Preziosa and AIDAsol will be in port.
The Port of Lisbon will host, for the first time, the luxury expedition ship Sea Spirit, where she ends a cruise through the Atlantic islands. Then, Sea Spirit goes to Cadiz, where she will be repaired.
The Astor is taking a 50-night cruise starting in Adelaide, Australia, ending in Kiel, Germany, and calls in Albany, Fremantle, Port Louis, Saint-Denis, Maputo, Richard's Bay, Durban, Mossel Bay, Durban, Mossel Bay, Cape Town, Walvis Bay, Beach, Mindelo, Casablanca, Lisbon, Leixões and London.
The Mein Schiff 1 Lisbon call is part of an 8-night cruise starting in Las Palmas, ending in Palma de Mallorca and calls in Arrecife, Agadir, Lisbon, Cadiz, Malaga, Valencia and Barcelona.
MSC Preziosa is taking a 18-night transatlantic cruise from Bridgetown to Hamburg, with calls in Tenerife, Funchal, Lisbon, Vigo, Le Havre, Southampton, Zeebrugge and Oslo.
AIDAsol, which stays overnight in Lisbon, is taking a 15-night cruise starting in Palma de Mallorca, ending in Hamburg, and calls in Valencia, Malaga, Cádiz, Lisbon, Leixões, La A Coruña, Santander, Le Havre, Dover and Ijmuiden.
Still on the 19th, Zenith ends in Lisbon, where it began on the 12th, a 7-night cruise with calls in Funchal, La Palma, Tenerife and Lanzarote, and starts another 7-night cruise with calls in Funchal, Casablanca, Tanger and Cadiz, and return to Lisbon on the 26th.
The Costa Favolosa Lisbon call on the 20th, where stays overnight, is part of an 11-night cruise that has Barcelona as homeport and Savona, Marseille, Malaga, Lisbon and Cadiz as ports of call.
On the 21st there are in Lisbon another 3 cruise ships, Amsterdam, MSC Meraviglia and Le Champlain.
The Amsterdam Lisbon call is part of a 113-night round-the-world cruise that begins and finishes in Fort Lauderdale.
MSC Meraviglia is taking a 12-night cruise starting in Genoa, ending in Copenhagen and calls in Marseille, Barcelona, Cadiz, Lisbon, Vigo, Southampton and Kiel.
Le Champlain ends in Lisbon an 11-night transatlantic cruise starting in Cayenne, French Guiana.