Costa Brava – Cruise Ports

The port of Palamós is the second top performing port within Medcruise member port

The second edition of the new MedCruise statistic reports* gives an overview of MedCruise member ports traffic data registered since 2000. This report, among other data, shows the top performing ports in terms of specific traffic dimensions. The port of Palamós is the number two after, the port of Split, considering the total passengers movement, […]

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The port of Roses expects 1,400 cruise passengers this season

The port of Roses’ first cruise season was launched today by the luxury cruise liner Seabourn Quest. The port is expecting five cruise ships and some 1,400 passengers to visit during this first season. Today, the port of Roses is embarking on a new phase in which it aims to become a regular port of call for cruise ships every season, instead of receiving occasional visits as it has done until now. As part of the institutional agreement signed last February, the ports of Roses and Palamós are working together to promote cruise activity on the Costa Brava, thus increasing tourism potential and revitalising the economy of the Girona region.

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The port of Palamós expects 30 cruise ship visits and 38,000 passengers during 2012

The port of Palamós has launched its 2012 cruise season during which it is expecting 30 cruise ship visits and 38,000 passengers. This year is marked by the arrival of the company Crystal Cruises and it will be the first time that Palamós has been a port of call for the cruise ships Seabourn Sojourn, Crystal Serenity, Balmoral, Black Watch and MSC Lirica.

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