To meet pent-up demand, AIDA has announced the launch of additional new voyages this summer.

In addition to AIDAperla sailings around the Canary Islands from/to Gran Canaria and with AIDAblu sailing in Greece from/to Corfu, AIDA Cruises will expand its vacation offers from Kiel and Rostock-Warnemünde/Germany. 

The 3- and 4 day Ahoy tours with AIDAsol from/to Kiel will be extended until 26 June 2021. After a 5-day repositioning voyage, AIDAsol will then depart from Rostock-Warnemünde through to 18 July 2021, also on short cruises.

AIDA Cruises also announces that another ship, AIDAprima, will resume cruise operations on 3 July 2021, offering 7-day Ahoy tours from Kiel through 23 October 2021.

All voyages will initially take place without calling at a port. As soon as the first destinations in the North Sea and Baltic Sea are again available for cruise tourism, these cruises will also be offered with port calls.  

Due to the new travel offers and the still existing travel restrictions in some destinations, the originally planned itineraries for AIDAsol between 12 June and 18 July 2021, and AIDAprima between 6 June and 23 October 2021, will be altered. All guests affected by a change in their booking will be informed personally and offered attractive rebooking options.

Good news for all Greece and Canary Islands travellers from Germany: For all voyages with AIDAperla around the Canary Islands as well as the Greece voyages with AIDAblu (starting on 23 May 2021),  the previously required quarantine will no longer apply when re-entering Germany, if guests provide a negative Covid test certificate on arrival. 

For more details about AIDA’s summer 2021 program, visit their website

By Editor

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