Cruises to Palma de Mallorca

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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Barcelona
Sailing Dates
2018 May 6
Windstar Cruises
Wind Star
Pro: Unique four-masted small ship with high crew-to-passenger ratio
Con: Not wheelchair accessible for people who have mobility difficulties
Bottom Line: Perfect for active travelers who want an intimate shipboard life and picturesque ports
Day 1 Barcelona
Day 2 Palma de Mallorca
Day 3 Minorca
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 Calvi
Day 6 Bastia
Day 7 Elba
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 20
Windstar Cruises
Wind Star
Pro: Unique four-masted small ship with high crew-to-passenger ratio
Con: Not wheelchair accessible for people who have mobility difficulties
Bottom Line: Perfect for active travelers who want an intimate shipboard life and picturesque ports
Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Elba
Day 3 Bastia
Day 4 Calvi
Day 5 Cruising
Day 6 Minorca
Day 7 Palma de Mallorca
Day 8 Barcelona
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7 Night Western Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Barcelona
Sailing Dates
2017 Sep 17
Royal Caribbean International
Freedom of the Seas
Pro: A dizzying number of onboard activities and top-notch entertainment ensure you'll never be bored.
Con: The ship's central Royal Promenade is a bit like a shopping mall, and sales pitches are at every turn.
Bottom Line: Despite its age, the ship still shines, and there's something for every age group.
Day 1 Barcelona
Day 2 Villefranche
Day 3 La Spezia (Cinque Terre)
Day 4 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 5 Naples
Day 6 Cruising
Day 7 Palma de Mallorca
Day 8 Barcelona
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Sailing Dates
2018 Nov 9
Oceania Cruises
Marina
Pro: Food-focused ship emphasizes quality dishes, culinary enrichment and dining variety
Con: Entertainment is limited; service and fare inclusions are not at luxury levels
Bottom Line: A beautiful ship for those looking for an intimate cruise without a true-luxury price tag
Day 1 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 2 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 2 Antibes
Day 3 Portofino
Day 4 Florence (Livorno)
Day 5 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 6 Palma de Mallorca
Day 7 Valencia
Day 8 Barcelona
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Lisbon
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 9
Oceania Cruises
Marina
Pro: Food-focused ship emphasizes quality dishes, culinary enrichment and dining variety
Con: Entertainment is limited; service and fare inclusions are not at luxury levels
Bottom Line: A beautiful ship for those looking for an intimate cruise without a true-luxury price tag
Day 1 Lisbon
Day 2 Seville (Cadiz)
Day 3 Malaga
Day 4 Alicante
Day 5 Palma de Mallorca
Day 6 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 7 Marseille
Day 8 Barcelona

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7 Night Western Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Sailing Dates
2017 Aug 20 Sep 3
2018 Jun 24 Jul 8 Jul 22 Aug 5
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Royal Caribbean International
Jewel of the Seas
Pro: Few gimmicks, great service, rarely raucous
Con: Costly extras, unimaginative entertainment
Bottom line: Uncomplicated classic cruising with all the traditional trimmings
Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Cannes
Day 3 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 4 Barcelona
Day 5 Palma de Mallorca
Day 6 Sardinia
Day 7 Cruising
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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7 Night Western Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Sailing Dates
2017 Aug 6
Royal Caribbean International
Jewel of the Seas
Pro: Few gimmicks, great service, rarely raucous
Con: Costly extras, unimaginative entertainment
Bottom line: Uncomplicated classic cruising with all the traditional trimmings
Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Cannes
Day 3 Barcelona
Day 4 Ibiza
Day 5 Palma de Mallorca
Day 6 Sardinia
Day 7 Cruising
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Sailing Dates
2018 Aug 30
Oceania Cruises
Riviera
Pro: Emphasis on food and wine pays off with some of the best dining at sea
Con: Entertainment is lackluster, and the ship shuts down pretty early
Bottom Line: The ship is a perfect fit for foodies and those who want a deeper dive into ports
Day 1 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 2 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 2 Antibes
Day 3 Portofino
Day 4 Florence (Livorno)
Day 5 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 6 Palma de Mallorca
Day 7 Valencia
Day 8 Barcelona
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Barcelona
Sailing Dates
2018 May 3
Oceania Cruises
Riviera
Pro: Emphasis on food and wine pays off with some of the best dining at sea
Con: Entertainment is lackluster, and the ship shuts down pretty early
Bottom Line: The ship is a perfect fit for foodies and those who want a deeper dive into ports
Day 1 Barcelona
Day 2 Valencia
Day 3 Palma de Mallorca
Day 4 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 5 Florence (Livorno)
Day 6 Portofino
Day 7 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 7 Antibes
Day 8 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
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7 Night Italy, France, & Spain Cruise
Departure Port: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Sailing Dates
2018 Jun 23 Jul 14 Aug 4
Celebrity Cruises
Celebrity Constellation
Pro: Officers and crew are friendly and accessible
Con: From drinks to the spa to dining, there's an upsell
Bottom Line: Constellation sailings are a great value for the money
Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Florence (Livorno)
Day 3 Villefranche
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 Ibiza
Day 6 Ibiza
Day 6 Palma de Mallorca
Day 7 Barcelona
Day 8 Barcelona
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Barcelona
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 10
Oceania Cruises
Nautica
Pro: Oceania has best food at sea, with no-fee specialty restaurants and vast menu choices.
Con: Popular itineraries sell out quickly, and longer sailings may not appeal to time-constrained travelers.
Bottom line: Nautica offers plenty of amenities in the more intimate setting of a mid-sized ship.
Day 1 Barcelona
Day 2 Palma de Mallorca
Day 3 Marseille
Day 4 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 5 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 6 La Spezia (Cinque Terre)
Day 7 Florence (Livorno)
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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7-day Alluring Italy & Riviera
Departure Port: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Sailing Dates
2018 Jul 21 Aug 25 Sep 29
Seabourn Cruise Line
Seabourn Encore
Pro: Beautifully designed ship with a great choice of restaurants and generous outside space
Con: Could do with more shade around the pool and a bigger gym
Bottom Line: Gorgeous new ship with a rich, sophisticated look, superb food and an un-stuffy vibe
Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 3 Florence (Livorno)
Day 4 Portofino
Day 5 Bandol
Day 6 Palamos
Day 7 Palma de Mallorca
Day 8 Barcelona
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7 Night Mediterranean - Western Cruise
Departure Port: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 20
Cunard Line
Queen Victoria
Pro: Stylish and sophisticated, offering world-wide itineraries
Con: Passengers who don't like to dress up will feel out of place
Bottom line: Queen Victoria is more traditional and formal than most ships, with an elegant atmosphere
Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Florence (Livorno)
Day 3 Alghero
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 Palma de Mallorca
Day 6 Barcelona
Day 7 Cruising
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Barcelona
Sailing Dates
2017 Oct 18
Windstar Cruises
Star Pride
Pros: Service-driven, laid-back luxury, with longer visits in lesser-known ports of call
Cons: Lacks big ship bells and whistles
Bottom Line: Great for active couples looking for romance on a sophisticated ship
Day 1 Barcelona
Day 2 Palma de Mallorca
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Alghero
Day 5 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 6 Portovenere
Day 7 Elba
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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7 Night Mediterranean Cruise
Departure Port: Barcelona
Sailing Dates
2018 Apr 28
Windstar Cruises
Star Pride
Pros: Service-driven, laid-back luxury, with longer visits in lesser-known ports of call
Cons: Lacks big ship bells and whistles
Bottom Line: Great for active couples looking for romance on a sophisticated ship
Day 1 Barcelona
Day 2 Palma de Mallorca
Day 3 Minorca
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 Calvi
Day 6 Bastia
Day 7 Elba
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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