Europa Ship Review
The Europa was one of the first commercial ships in the world to use twin azimuth thrusters with electric motors to drive the propellers, greatly reducing vibration for a more luxurious experience. Cruises are marketed primarily to well-heeled Germans and cosmopolitan North Americans. Most cruises are German-speaking but if 15 or more full-fare English-speaking guests book passage then the cruise will be bilingual.
Europa 16 Night Atlantic Coast Cruise Schedule & Itinerary
Location/ Port of Call
| ||Depart from Barcelona, Spain|
|3||Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife Island, Canary Islands, Spain|
|4||San Sebastian/Gomera, La Gomera Island, Canary Islands, Spain|
|5||Funchal, Madeira Island, Madeira Islands, Portugal|
|6||Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel Island, Azores Islands, Portugal|
|7||Praia da Vitoria, Terceira Is, Azores Islands, Portugal|
|8||Madalena, Azores Islands, Portugal|
|9||Horta, Faial Island, Azores Islands, Portugal|
| ||Arrive at Lisbon, Portugal|
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