From 4th to 10th November the Port of Lisbon welcomes 12 cruise ships – Princess Sapphire, Mein Schiff 4, Explorer of the Seas, Costa Favolosa, Wind Surf, Queen Elizabeth, Spirit of Discovery, Mein Schiff 2, Brilliance of the Seas, Corinthian, Braemar and MSC Divine.
On the 4th there are in port Sapphire Princess and Mein Schiff 4.
The Sapphire Princess call is part of a 37-night cruise starting in Southampton, calls at Le Havre, Lisbon, Gibraltar, Barcelona, Toulon, Livorno, Civitavecchia, Naples, Messina, Rhodes, Suez Canal, Aqaba, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Muscat, Colombo and Klang, and ending in Singapore.
Mein Schiff 4 has Southampton as homeport for a 10-night cruise and Malaga, Cadiz, Lisbon, Gibraltar, Valencia and Barcelona as ports of call.
Costa Favolosa, on the 5th, is performing a 10-night interporting call with the itinerary Barcelona, Savona, Marseille, Malaga, Lisbon, Cadiz, Barcelona. This will be the fifth of eight overnights that the ship will make in the port of Lisbon on the same itinerary between September 16 and November 25.
On the 6th Wind Surf ends in Lisbon a 15-night cruise with start in Civitavecchia and calls at Portoferraio, Portofino, Monaco, Cannes, Sanary sur Mer, Roses, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Cartagena, Almeria, Malaga, Gibraltar and Cadiz.
The Queen Elizabeth call on March 6 is part of with a 41-night cruise starting in Southamptom, calss at Lisbon, Tenerife, Walvis Bay, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Saint-Denis, Port Louis, Fremantle, Albany, Esperance and Adelaide and ending in Melbourn.
On the 7th there are in port Spirit of Discovery, Mein Schiff 2 and Brilliance of the Seas.
Spirit of Discovery has Southampton as homeport for a 14-night cruise and Lisbon, Funchal, Tenerife, Santa Cruz, La Gomera, Rosario and A Coruña as ports of call.
Mein Schiff 2 is taking a 10-night cruise starting in Palma de Mallorca, calls at Lisbon, Funchal, Santa Cruz da Palma and La Gomera, and ending in Tenerife.
The Brilliance of the Seas call is part of a 15-night transatlantic cruise starting in Barcelona, calls at Cartagena, Málaga, Cadiz, Lisbon and Ponta Delgada and ending in Tampa.
The Braemar call on the 8th is part of a 13-night cruise that has Southampton as homeport and La Coruna, Gran Tarajal, Santa Cruz de Palma, Tenerife, Funchal and Lisbon as ports of call.
The MSC Divina call in Lisbon on the 10th, where passengers can start a cruise, is part of a 22-night transatlantic cruise starting in Barcelona, ending in Miami and calls at Marseille, Genoa, Civitavecchia, Valencia, Lisbon, Ponta Delgada, Bridgetown, Fort de France, Philipsburg and San Juan.