After a successful visit in Rome, she's set course for Palma de Mallorca and Tangier.
Fuel is too expensive in Italy, so she'll have a short stop in Palma de Mallorce to bunker fuel and continue towards Tangier in Marocco.
She left Civitavecchia approx. at 9 a.m. Saturday, November 16, with 78 people on board. Expected arrival in Palma de Mallorca is November 21 at 13:00.