Pullmantur to embark 5,000 guests in Malaga in November

Zenith's first port of call post an 11 day revitalisation will be Malaga Zenith's first port of call post an 11 day revitalisation will be Malaga

Pullmantur Cruceros will operate four cruises from Malaga next month on two ships, accounting for a total of around 5,000 boarding guests.

It is estimated that the average cost of a passenger who embarks in a Spanish port is 154, an amount that includes air tickets, port taxes, lodging in the city of embarkation, excursions and other purchases.

President and ceo of Pullmantur Cruceros, Richard J. Vogel, affirms, ‘the excellent infrastructure in the Port of Malaga as well as its proximity to the city center are variables that positively influence our planning for itineraries.’

Malaga - the birthplace of Picasso

Vogel continues: ‘our operations in this wonderful city – the birthplace of Picasso - constitutes a great opportunity for the people of Malaga to enjoy a vacation on board with the comfort of being able to embark in their own locality.’

Horizon ship will be the first ship to arrive in Malaga on November 5 from Athens, where this summer it operated two routes to the Greek Islands and to Venice.

Horizon will sail two itineraries from Malaga of six and four nights, sailing to Portugal and Morocco, respectively.

On November 15, the vessel will depart from Malaga on a seven night cruise to Piraeus, Athens as the first leg of the journey to seasonal homeport of Dubai and Pullmantur’s debut winter season in the Middle East.

Malaga is also the first port of call by Zenith on her inaugural cruise after undergoing an 11 day revitalisation at the Navantia, Cádiz Shipyard (from November 1 to 11). Zenith will sail to Canary Islands, Madeira and Agadir.

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Posted 31 October 2018

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