Three cruises are currently docked in the port of Funchal this Tuesday, having brought 8,108 people to Madeira. The ‘Amadea,’ ‘Azura,’ and ‘AIDAstella’ are completing cruises that include stops in both Madeira and the Canary Islands.

The ‘Azura’ arrived in the region early in the morning from Las Palmas with 3,171 passengers and 1,134 crew members. It departs from this port at 7:30 PM for Lanzarote after a 14-hour stop in Madeira.
The ‘AIDAstella,’ also a regular presence, arrived from Las Palmas with 2,374 passengers and 620 crew members. It stays overnight at the Port of Funchal and departs at 1:00 PM tomorrow for Tenerife after a 30-hour stop in the region.

The ‘Amadea’ is on a 17-night cruise that started on December 22 in Savona, with stops in Malaga, Agadir, Lanzarote, La Palma, Tenerife, La Gomera, repeated stops in Tenerife and La Palma, and is now in Funchal. It will then proceed to Cadiz and Palma de Mallorca, returning to Savona on January 8. On board, there are 501 passengers and 308 crew members. It departs from Madeira at 6:00 PM.