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.
On the 13th, Lisbon is the destination of the cruise ship Vasco da Gama, which is taking a 58-night cruise, with start in London, calls at Lisbon, Casablanca, ST Cruz de la Palma, Mindelo, Bridgetown, Oranjestad, Panama, San Juan del Sur, Acapulco, Nuku Hiva, Papeete, Bora Bora, Rarotonga, Nukualofa, Auckland, Sydney, Burnie, Melbourne, and end in Adelaide.