The port of Roses resumes cruise activity

The port of Roses resumes cruise activity

The port of Roses resumes cruise activity

The arrival of the first cruise was attended by the Mayor of Roses, Joan Plana, the Councilor for Tourism and member of the General Advisory Council of the Costa Brava Girona Tourism Board, Montse Mindan, and the territorial head of the Port Area. North, Joan Pere Darbra. Institutional representatives welcomed the captain of the cruise, Torbjørn Lund, to whom they presented gifts from the territory as a token of gratitude for being the first stopover this year.

A shipping company loyal to Roses

The Seadream I belongs to the shipping company Seadream Yacht Ports, a company loyal to the Costa Brava that has been visiting Roses since 2007. The first years with sporadic scales, and from 2016 to 2021 they have requested scales every season. This year the shipping company, in addition to today's cruise, will return tomorrow, November 5, with the cruise Seadream II. In total, the two cruises will take about two hundred tourists to the Costa Brava.

The cruises of this company are small luxury boats and offer quality service to passengers, with restaurants and 24-hour room service, enhancing gastronomy or making daily wine selections. In fact, they have a ratio of almost one crew member for each passenger.

The stopover of the Seadream I means the return of cruises to the port of Roses and the visit of a hundred tourists, mostly Americans, to the town and the destination in low season. The cruise arrived at 8.00 am from the French port of Colliure and will set sail at 6.00 pm towards the port of Tarragona.

Passengers, vaccinated against Covid and sanitary controlled, will visit the municipality and the territory under protection and safety parameters, respecting the measures established by the competent administrations.

The Bahamas-flagged Seadream I has a length of 105 meters, a hose of 15 meters and a gross log of 4,260 tons. The Seadream II cruise that will come on Thursday, November 4, has the same features as today.

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