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Port de Palma

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  • Day72

    Départ de Mallorca!

    July 30, 2016 in Spain

    Et voilà, une étape se termine!
    Nous sommes Advance Open Water.
    Merci Audrey pour les conseils, les cours et "ta patience"!!! 😇
    Merci à toute la team du club Zoea.
    Merci à Rafa et Audrey pour l'accueil le premier et dernier soir! Pour les soirées, les journées, les déjeuners ensemble!

    Photo:
    Oui je prends l'ascenceur avec mon vélo!
    En attendant le bateau Xavier a pris la place du gardien pour rester à l'ombre. Un espagnol est venu lui demander des infos! 😂Read more

  • Day69

    Plongée sur une épave...

    July 27, 2016 in Spain

    2ème jour de cours avancé:
    1ère plongée : Épave
    2ème plongée : Recherche et récupération d'objet

    Et oui il y a des cours pour plonger sur une épave! C'est dangereux et on ne peut pas faire n'importe quoi! Comme toucher n'importe quoi, vouloir visiter l'interieur et se retrouver prisonnier...
    Mais c'est vrai que c'est tentant!!! Il nous faut un peu plus d'experience pour le faire... Chaquechose en son temps... 😇Read more

  • Day303

    35 Stunden kurztrip auf "Malle"

    September 26, 2017 in Spain

    Spontanität & Freundschaft!
    Hinflug mit Fly Niki für 46€ !! 😍

    Um für den kurzen Aufenthalt möglichst viel zu sehen, hab ich eine Vespa gemietet, bei Vintage Motors, super Preis ! Super Service!

    Am Ende von der Vespa Tour hatten wir 130km geschafft und immer mit der Devise „rechts abbiegen“ na gut, 1x links weil wir wieder zurück nach Palma mussten 😅

    Palma - Cala Blava - Cap Blanc - Cala Pi - ComposRead more

  • Day2

    Palma de Majorca, Spain

    June 11 in Spain

    Today we were docked in Palma de Majorca, but I've nothing to report as I didn't get off the ship, I've been here a number of times and there was nothing I really wanted to see.
    In the evening all the Pinnacles on board where invited to a bridge tour, with Captain Rick Sullivan, which was interesting, while there they did the top cruiser presentation. After that we were supposed to go and see the ice show, but I'm afraid the curse of the concierge lounge hit Sheila, she said she was nice and comfortable where she was, so couldn't be bothered going to the show.
    To be honest the company we were with was good so it was no hardship to stay.
    We had met a French couple Francois and Jaques (Fran and Jack) who knew Sue and Maz, they are very nice and speak great english.
    There were two other couples from the USA that we got talking two, one of the guys looked like a real hillbilly with his baseball cap and big beard 🧔, but he was a real nice guy.
    Then later on a couple, Betty and Brian who we'd met on a previous ship came over for a chat.
    Tomorrow is Marseilles in France 🇫🇷 so I'll have to make an effort to get off the ship, I'll keep you posted, lol 😂.
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  • Day2

    Palma de Mallorca, Spain

    October 24, 2016 in Spain

    Well the free tour of Palma, turned out to be a visit to a Flamenco show, then a visit to Bellver Castle for a photo opportunity.
    The flamenco show was brilliant, well I thought it was, some of the others thought it was to long.
    As well as the show we got some tapas and a jug of sangria. To me at least it was a nice way to spend an hour or so, especially as it was gratis.
    Then again I personally love any kind of dance, from breakdancing to ballet, so I'm probably not the one to ask if I enjoyed it.
    After the show, we drove up to Bellver Castle, as I said for a photo opportunity. I didn't get off the coach to take some photos, as I was here on my own, only a few weeks ago, when I walked it from the ship!!
    The exclamation marks are not really for the walk from the ship, which was quite pleasant, but for the fifty million steps up to the castle itself.
    I may be slightly exaggerating saying 50 million, it's probably only 49 million.... Lol.
    I did have to stop about 4 times for a breather on the way up, but it was worth it.
    Anyway back to yesterday.
    The tour was great, and much appreciated.
    I must say that I am pleased with the way the ship's management is handling the massive amount of C&A members that are on board, especially in the lounges during the evening drinks time.
    All the overflow lounges are packed to the gills, but the service is excellent, so as long as you can get a seat 💺 there are no problems.
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  • Day2

    Diamond Lounge

    August 8, 2016 in Spain

    I must say that the Diamond Lounge on this ship is excellent and the concierge is lovely her name is Nancy Chu.
    The only downside, and with Royal, there's always a downside, is that Diamond Plus guests have been downgraded on this ship at least.
    In that we are not allowed in the concierge /suites lounge, so if the ship had a lot of Diamond guests on this lounge would be manic.
    To be honest it gives you no incentive to progress past the diamond level of the loyalty programme, as there is no difference in benefits between diamond at 80 points and diamond plus at 175 points, and then the next level which is pinnacle is way up at 700 points.
    Anyway all that aside, the diamond lounge is nice and as there are not that many diamonds and above on board, very comfortable.
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You might also know this place by the following names:

Port de Palma, Hafen von Palma

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