Monday, September 11, found the Seabourn Pursuit making its first call in the Port of Valencia.
A Valencian terracotta tile with maritime motifs was presented to Captain Betten by Francesca Antonelli, head of marketing and cruises for the Port Authority of Valencia (PAV).
The cruise tourism industry is growing in our city in a sustainable way. The majority of the cruises are family cruises, but the luxury cruises, which require high levels of service at the destination and accessibility, are growing as well, according to Antonelli.
It was a pleasure to dock at their docks and Betten complimented Valenciaport’s professionalism. According to Betten, 70 percent of the passengers visited various areas in the city after getting off the ship.
As of 6 pm, the ship will depart for Lisbon from València, which is a port of call for Barcelona passengers.
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