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- The Naviera Armas company
Naviera Armas makes it possible to make the Canary Islands one of the European regions best served by ferries. Indeed, the company Naviera Armas offers a wide choice of maritime routes (25 routes!) Between the islands of Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Gomera … It offers many ferries (passengers and freight) between Portugal, the island of Madeira and the Canary Islands. The maritime link from Portugal to the island of Madeira is the first link between the island and the continent for more than 30 years. It’s a whole new way of traveling and the ability to get there with a vehicle.
Naviera Armas was founded in 1941 by Antonio Armas Curbelo, from Lanzarote. He started his business carrying salt with wooden hull boats and sailboats. Armas Curbelo then incorporates steel-driven, diesel-powered and steam-powered ships with which he extends his business beyond island boundaries, gaining importance in the former province of Spanish Sahara.
The next generation is Antonio Armas Fernández, who is currently president of the company and knows the latest trends in the sector. He is responsible for the introduction of the first car transport vessels in the Canary Islands. This stage begins in 1975, with the acquisition of two smaller boats: Yaiza Volcano and Tahitian Volcano. Beginning in 1995, a significant shift in the company’s strategy is reflected in its introduction to the cargo and passenger market. It then incorporates new ferries built in Vigo: Volcano Tauce and Volcano Tejeda.
As the largest shipping company in the Canaries, it now has more than fifty ships.
The fleet :
The company Naviera Armas has 13 very modern Ro-pax (10 ferries 3 Fast ferries), whose names refer to Canarian volcanoes, for the transport of passengers and goods, they are equipped with the most advanced, thanks to the fleet renewal plan started in 2003 based on the delivery of one boat per year.
Routes of the ferry for Armas
- Arrecife – Las Palmas GC
- Arrecife – S.C. Tenerife
- Almeria – Melilla
- Almeria – Nador
- Las Palmas GC – Arrecife
- Las Palmas GC – S.C. de la Palma
- Las Palmas GC – S.C. Tenerife
- Melilla – Almeria
- Nador – Almeria
- S.C. de la Palma – Las Palmas GC
- S.C. Tenerife – Arrecife
- S.C. Tenerife – Las Palmas GC
- Los Cristianos – Valverde
- S.C. Tenerife – Morrojable
- Al Hoceima – Motril
- Valverde – S.S. La Gomera
- Valverde – Los Cristianos
- Corralejo – Playa Blanca
- Morrojable – Las Palmas GC
- Morrojable – S. C. Tenerife
- Puerto Rosario – Las Palmas GC
- Puerto Rosario – S.C. Tenerife
- Las Palmas GC – Morrojable
- Las Palmas GC – Puerto Rosario
- Las Palmas GC – Huelva
- Las Palmas GC – S.S. La Gomera
- Huelva – Las Palmas GC
- Huelva – Arrecife
- Huelva – S.C. Tenerife
- S.S. La Gomera – Valverde
- S.S. La Gomera – Las Palmas GC
- S.S. La Gomera – S.C. de la Palma
- S.S. La Gomera – Los Cristianos
- Arrecife – Huelva
- Playa Blanca – Corralejo
- S.C. de la Palma – S.S. La Gomera
- S.C. de la Palma – Los Cristianos
- Melilla – Motril
- Motril – Al Hoceima
- Motril – Melilla
- Motril – Nador
- Nador – Motril
- Los Cristianos – S.S. La Gomera
- Los Cristianos – S.C. de la Palma
- S.C. Tenerife – Puerto Rosario
- S.C. Tenerife – Huelva
All the crossings of Armas
- Al Hoceima
- Las Palmas GC
- Los Cristianos
- Playa Blanca
- Puerto Rosario
- S. C. Tenerife
- S.C. de la Palma
- S.S. La Gomera
AIDA Cruises’ ship AIDAnova marks the successful start of Canaries and Madeira season | Cruise News
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The first dialogue series with local partners came to an end on the AIDAnova ship this week.
To mark the start of her cruise season in the Canary Islands, AIDA Cruises invited official representatives from politics, tourism, and port industry onboard from November 23rd to 28th, 2022, to inform them about the line’s current goals as well as engage in a joint exchange.
The visits during the calls at Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Madeira, and Tenerife, were well received by the partners in the region who were satisfied by the sustainability measures onboard and gained insights into the AIDA world.
During the subsequent discussions with Captain Marc-Dominique Tidow and General Manager Martin Rostel, numerous points of contact for future cooperation emerged.
The events are the prelude to a series of dialog rounds in the destinations that AIDA is calling at. The company is sending a signal to its regional partners for more cooperation/commitment to open exchange in the future.
During the current winter season, the AIDAnova ship is sailing to the Canaries on 7-day voyages. The program includes the volcanic landscapes of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura (Puerto del Rosario), Lanzarote (Arrecife), and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, as well as the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira (Port Funchal).
In mid-April 2023, the AIDAnova ship will set course for another of the Germans’ favorite destinations – the Norwegian fjords. During the summer season, destinations like Alesund, Bergen, Nordfjordeid, and Stavanger are on the itinerary.
AIDA CruisesAIDAnovaLas Palmas de Gran Canaria SpainPuerto del Rosario SpainArrecife SpainSanta Cruz de Tenerife SpainFunchal Portugal
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