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Baleària


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Baleària is the trading name for the Spanish shipping company Baleària Eurolínias Marítimas S.A. The company operates passenger ferry services in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. In the Mediterranean Baleària operates domestic services within Spain to the Balearic Islands from Dénia, Valencia and Barcelona. The company also operates service across the Strait of Gibraltar from Algeciras to Ceuta and Tangier. In the Caribbean Baleària operates regular international ferry service between the port of Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the United States of America and Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas.

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