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Cruise Ship Season - Puerto del Rosario 2019/20
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Here is a link to the cruise ships that will be visiting Puerto del Rosario between 3 October 2019 and 24 May 2020:
http://www.palmasport.es/es/download/pue...2019-2020/


EDIT: Updated the link as it wasn't working any more. Sam.
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Thanks Captain, uploaded the schedule here just in case.

The first cruise ship Mein Schiff 4 is already in PDR since this morning and it'll be back in three weeks time - November 24th.

EDIT: Attached an updated version of the schedule.


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Two cruise ships in Puerto this Saturday, November 2nd:
Mein Schiff 3 operated by TUI Cruises will make a short hop from Lanzarote and AIDAcara (AIDA Cruises) coming down from Cadiz.

Monday Nov. 4th:
ms Europa 2 (Hapag-Lloyd Cruises) from Lanzarote.

Marella Explorer should be in PDR too but I can't find any information to confirm this one.



... Monday is also a big day for Gran Tarajal.
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Today is gonna be a busy day in Puerto, having  a couple of cruise ships in the harbour:

AIDAnova came here down from Cadiz and Star Flyer from Lanzarote. Both ships will leave tonight.



The next one will be in Puerto next week Wednesday (Nov 13th) - Spirit of Discovery coming to Fuerteventura from La Gomera and leaving the same day to La Coruña, making space for a couple of cruise ships the following day.



Thursday Nov 14th, AIDAnova will be back, this time from Tenerife and Marella Explorer from Lanzarote.
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Sea Cloud and Sea Cloud II are in Rosario today, they are both passenger sailing vessels, Sea Cloud was built in 1931 and Sea Cloud ll in 2000 both are circa 100 meters long, but if I remember correctly Sea Cloud is just less than that and sea Cloud ii slightly longer, generally sail together and is a sight well worth watching as they are genuine sailing vessels and when we saw them last year they were in full sail, I know they are bound for Teneriffe so logic says they will sail south down the east coast, I have no idea when they are due to leave Rosario or when they are due to arrive in Teneriffe, but they are well worth keeping an eye out for.
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For anyone who is interested Sea Cloud ahs cleared the harbour and is heading south, Sea Cloud ll has just left her mooring and is following on, should be off Caleta in 15/20 minutes.
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Thanks John. They both look fantastic.
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Not as impressive as last time Sam, when they were further inshore and fully rigged, possibly to much wind and slightly calmer out there.
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Was able to snap at least the Sea Cloud II in PDR before both vessels disappeared. Didn't see them last year, hope we'll have more luck next time (year?).


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I saw a report today that says they weren't due in at Puerto del Rosario but there was a problem in Tenerife and they had to delay their arrival there so called in our Puerto en route. They are both now docked in Puerto de la Cruz. They are on a cruise of the Canaries and then off to Cape Verde.
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