A cruise from Barcelona to San Juan in Puerto Rico features on the list of 20 best travel deals by Arthur Frommer in an article on thestar.com. The recommendation features at #7, noting:
“From $57 a day, two weeks in length, on ships supplying all the normal amenities, these are known as “repositioning cruises” because […]Continue Reading →
Fundacio Navegacio Oceanica Barcelona (FNOB) and New York City Sports Commission are organising a two boat race between the cities in order to create a NY-BCN Transoceanic Sailing Record in conjunction with New York Yacht Club and the Real Club Nautico de Barcelona.
The competing boats are sister vessels named ‘Estrella Damm’ and ‘W […]Continue Reading →
Disney Cruise Line is to target the UK for the first time in a move that will see one of its cruise ships based in the Port of Barcelona.
While the company expects up to ninety percent of its customers to be American, it will run a series of promotions in the UK. These include […]Continue Reading →
More than one million cruise ship passengers visit Barcelona every year, making the city the most popular in Europe for cruise ships and, incredibly, the second most visited cruise destination in the entire world.Continue Reading →
The number of cruise ships visiting Barcelona each year continues to grow – it is now well over 500 ships a year – and it’s quite regular now to see ten or more cruise ships in the port during the height of the summer season. Of these sometimes colossal vessels, a good number actually begin their itineraries right here.Continue Reading →