The Santa Catalina Pier in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria will receive a dozen cruises during the weekend, as reported by the City Council in a press release.
Thus, this Friday is scheduled to arrive in Santa Catalina del Balmoral (Fred. Olsen) and Ventura (from P&O Cruises, consigned by Hamilton & Cía), both on transit stops in the city.
Already this Saturday there are three other cruise ships that are scheduled to arrive: the AIDAnova (from AIDA, consigned by Pérez & Cía), the Zenith (from Pullamntur, consigned by Hamilton & Cía) and the Marella Explorer (from Marella Cruises, consigned by Intercruises).
Finally, on Sunday there are up to four large recreational vessels with berthing in Santa Catalina contemplated: the AIDAstella (another AIDA that records in the city Pérez & Cía), the Mein Schiff 3 (from TUI Cruises, consigned by Hamilton & Cía), the Sea Cloud (from Sea Cloud Cruises, consigned by Marmedsa) and the first stop in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on the Fascinosa Coast.
The latter is a ship consigned in the Port of Las Palmas by Pérez & Cía that has a capacity for about 3,500 passengers and 1,110 crew. Its shipping company, based in Genoa (Italy) is a subsidiary of Carnival. The boat also stands out for its digital leisure offer, with a 4D cinema and the possibility of enjoying video games in its virtual arena.
Finally, next week Las Palmas de Gran Canaria awaits the Ocean Majesty (from Majestic International Cruises, consigned by Bergé Marítima), which is scheduled to stand out in Santa Catalina on Wednesday, November 27.