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Málaga Cruise Port expecting 17 calls in September

Malaga - highest monthly calls since cruise operations restarted in June
Málaga Cruise Port is expecting 17 calls in September, the highest monthly figure since cruise activity resumed at the West Mediterranean port on June 15.

Calls started September 2 with AIDAstella, followed by AIDAperla on September 7 making the first call for over a year from a vessel sailing an international itinerary, and it is scheduled to return on September 21.

Three and four ship days

The Global Ports Holding member will see the highest number of calls on September 30, with four ships alongside: Grand Circle Cruise Line’s Clio, Mystic Cruises’ World Navigator, P&O Cruises’ Iona and TUI Cruises’ Mein Schiff 3.

On September 15 three ships will arrive: Fred Olsen's Borealis, Marella Cruises’ Marella Explorer and Viking’s Viking Sky.

Borealis and World Navigator will be maiden calls.

The World is back

The World, a regular visitor to Málaga will return between September 27 and 29, spending two nights on a homeport operation.

Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises will also resume their visits in September, Costa Diadema on September 26, and MSC Virtuosa on September 24, carrying out transit and homeport operations.

During the latter stages of the month, Marella Explorer returns (on the 28th) Viking Ocean Cruises’ Viking Jupiter (on the 25th), and calls by Mein Schiff 2 and Mein Schiff 3 are scheduled September 21 and 24, respectively.

Safety first

Health safety continues to be a priority with cruise lines maintaining strict protocols, approved by local health authorities and complemented by the actions carried out in the Port of Málaga and in the cruise terminals, managed by Málaga Cruise Port, as well as during visits to the destination.



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