A total of 586 cruise ships will be visiting Palma de Mallorca in 2020. Costa Cruises will make 100 port calls, AIDA Cruises - 94, MSC Cruises - 80. Marella, NCL-Norwegian, TUI and Royal Caribbean will keep the same schedule as in 2019.
Most ship calls are expected in October when 89 cruise vessels will dock in Palma and more will visit Majorca during the low season (March-April and November-December).
In 2020 even more cruise passengers are expected in Palma. Last year, 2,153,295 cruisers visited the port city, 1,223,148 in transit and 930,147 base, and they spent between 1 and 3 nights in hotels in Palma before starting their voyage in the Mediterranean.
The largest ships docking in the port of Palma will be the 337-metre Costa Smeralda, 333.3-metre MSC Fantasia, the 325.45-metre Norwegian Epic, and the 315.7-metre Mein Schiff.
According to the Palma cruise port schedule, there is only one day when 7 ships will be in the port of Palma at the same time, while on average there will be between 2 and 3 vessels docking per day.