Marella Cruises

Breaking Up – Cruise Liner MARELLA CELEBRATION as MARE – September 2022

One of the French built liners, the 1984 built liner MARELLA CELEBRATION left Eleusis, Greece on 14th September, 2022 as MARE bound to Aliaga, Turkey for breakers towed by the 2008 built tug VERNICOS SIFNOS. Berthed at Valletta Cruise Port back to 21st August, 2018. She was built in 1984 by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, France …

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Cruise Liner News – Marella Cruises resuming service from 27th August – 05.07.2020

MARELLA CRUISES will resume service from Thursday 27th August, should it be safe to sail as a result of the global Pandemic disease coronavirus and the uncertainty about when international travel will resume. The cruise line also confirmed MARELLA DISCOVERY will no longer sail the summer season with all itineraries from Palma cancelled up to 31st October 2020. …

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Bunkering – Cruise Liner MARELLA DREAM – 02.06.2020

On Tuesday 2nd June the German built cruise liner MARELLA DREAM called at Bunkering Area 3 West, Malta for bunkering operation. At 1615 hrs she was cleared by Transport Malta via Valletta VTS since it’s the Authority that provide assistance to vessels navigating within territorial waters (WTW) and outside international waters (OTW) through the Ports …

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Cruise Liners – MARELLA DREAM refit at Croatia – Jan 2020

On Sunday 5th January, 2020 the 1986 built liner MARELLA DREAM was spotted heading to Rijeka, Croatia so on Monday 6th January, 2020 she will arrive at the Viktor Lenac shipyard for a very extensive refit. According to sources close to the Viktor Lenac shipyard, the ship will go to berth 10 and then after …

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Valletta Cruise Port – 5 Passenger Ship Calls – 20.09.2019

Return of the busy Fridays occured on Friday 20th September when 5 ships called at Valletta Cruise Port. In fact earlier cruise preparations including earlier consultation with the Chief Pilot, the following berthing arrangements were made – 1st – MEIN SCHIFF 5 (ETA – 0530 hrs) Pinto 1 & 2 (Stern to Bollard 12.5) She was …

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Valletta Cruise Port – Week 37 of 2018

Valletta Cruise Port plc (formerly VISET Malta plc) is a limited liability company which took over the cruise and ferry terminal operations following an international tender issued by the Government of Malta in 1996. Valletta Cruise Port was awarded the project and the formal agreement was signed on the 23rd of November 2001. Aerial Image of …

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Valletta Cruise Port – Week 35 of 2018

Valletta Cruise Port plc (formerly VISET Malta plc) is a limited liability company which took over the cruise and ferry terminal operations following an international tender issued by the Government of Malta in 1996. Valletta Cruise Port was awarded the project and the formal agreement was signed on the 23rd of November 2001.   Image of …

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Valletta Cruise Port – Week 34 of 2018

Interesting Week seeing different types of ships with cruise liners Aerial Image of QALET MARKU SHOAL at Bahar Ic-Caghaq, Malta back to 25th April, 2016. Monday 20th August, 2018. From 0615 to 1710 hrs the 1998 built BHS flag cruise liner VISION OF THE SEAS was at Valletta berthed at Pinto 1 and 2 wharves.   Vessel …

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Valletta Cruise Port – Week 29 of 2018

Interesting Week seeing different types of ships with cruise liners Aerial Image of QALET MARKU at Bahar Ic-Caghaq, Malta back to 25th April, 2016 Tuesday 17th July, 2018. From 1217 to 2023 hrs the 1998 built BHS flag cruise liner NORWEGIAN SPIRIT was at  Valletta berthed at Pinto 1 and 2 wharves. Vessel was represented in …

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