Las Palmas de Gran Canaria will receive a dozen cruises before the end of the year, as reported by the City Council with the forecasts of the Port of Las Palmas and the Tourist Observatory of the city.
The first of these stops is scheduled for Thursday with the Balmoral (Fred Olsen) in Santa Catalina. A preview of a busy Friday on the pier, with three other cruises.
On that day, the arrival of the classic Queen Victoria (Cunard Line, consigned by Hamilton & Co.), the Norwegian Spirit (one of the flagship ships of Norwegian Cruise Line, consigned by Intercruises), and the Ventura (of P & O Cruises, also consigned) are scheduled. by Hamilton & Co.).
On Saturday and Sunday cruise traffic will be even more intense in the city, with four boats in each of these days.
Thus, on Saturday 29 it awaits the Oriana (another P & O Cruises that consigns Hamilton & Cía), the Marella Dream (of Marella Cruises, consigned by Intercruises), the AIDAnova (of AIDA, consigned by Pérez & Cía) and the Zenith (of Pullmantur, consigned by Hamilton & Co.).
The AIDAnova, the first transatlantic that uses liquefied natural gas as fuel, will thus make its second stop in the city in a short period of time, after its premiere at the Port on the 22nd.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, December 30, are scheduled to dock the AIDAstella (another AIDA, consigned by Pérez & Cía), the new Mein Schiff 1 (the classic Sunday of TUI Cruises this season in the city, consigned by Hamilton & Co.) and two ships of Cruise & Maritime Voyages, which consigns Incargo: Marco Polo and Columbus (former Pacific Pearl).