TUI's cruise ship Mein Schiff 2 starts Mediterranean roundtrips from Palma de Mallorca

   June 19, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

TUI Cruises' liner Mein Schiff 2 departed on Friday, June 18, from Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Spain) on voyages to the western Mediterranean. 

Following a successful winter season in the Canary Islands, TUI is now offering a couple of different 7-day itineraries on the Spanish Mediterranean and Atlantic coast including metropolises like Valencia and Barcelona, the Andalusian ports of Cadiz and Malaga, Cartagena in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, and Alicante on Costa Blanca. The guests have the chance to go ashore in organized groups. ~900 passengers and 750 crew are onboard the first cruise.

100,000+ satisfied guests have sailed with the Mein Schiff fleet since July last year. 4, and soon 5 cruise ships are back in service. TUI Mein Schiff 1 and Mein Schiff 6 start their trips through the Baltic from Kiel Germany. Either Gothenburg or Stockholm is called on the 3 to 7-day cruises. For the first time, shore trips are again possible in Sweden.

TUI Mein Schiff 2 cruise ship

Mein Schiff 5 has been cruising from/to Crete through the Greek islands since mid-May 2021. Mein Schiff 4 restarts on July 8 with sailings to Italy and sets out from Genoa (Milan) on a couple of different, 1-week tours that can be combined. The passengers can add French highlight ports like Cannes or Ajaccio Corsica. The port city of Civitavecchia (Rome, Italy) is called on both routes and is perfect for a shore trip to the eternal city of Rome organized or brokered by TUI.

A 7-day sailing from/to Palma de Mallorca including flight and premium all-inclusive offer costs from EUR 1,100 per person in a balcony cabin, double occupancy.

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