The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB), in partnership with Red Cross and Trasmediterranea, organised a hydrochloric gas safety drill at the Port of Palma today.
Cruise ship tourism is anticipating better end-of-year business than the figures recorded for the previous year, contributing to a deseasonalisation of tourism in the Balearic Islands. According to forecasts, this destination is approaching the first season of 2017 with strong prospects.
Along these lines, the season at the port of Mahon is coming to a close on 15 December with a total of 22 stopovers for the financial year. The port of Palma is due to end the season on 26 December with 3 cruise ships, welcoming the Norwegian Spirit at the port for the first time.
The port of Ibiza saw the season close last Sunday with the arrival of Amadea, operated by the German company Phoenix Reisen. It was the first time that a cruise ship had made a stopover on the island so far on in the year. The port of Alcúdia concluded the season in October with 3 stopovers, compared to zero from the same period of the year before.
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