AIDA ends Baltic season

By ,   October 19, 2015 ,   Cruise Industry

AIDA Cruises concluded its Baltic season sailing out of Warnemunde-Rostock when AIDAmar last week set course for New York bringing 2,180 passengers aboard. The cruise concluded a summer season of 24 week-long cruises from the Baltic sea resort town.

The trans-Atlantic voyage goes via Norway, Iceland, Greenland and Canada before reaching New York.

AIDAdiva has also been sailing from Warnemunde-Rostock this summer and started the season on May 8. She turned around 14 times and sailed her last 10-day Baltic cruise on August 20.

Among this year's highlights in Warnemunde, AIDA participated in the Hanse Sail, said to be the world's largest annual gathering of sailing and traditional vessels. The cruise line also offered the public special 3-hour guided tours and lunch aboard its vessels during the summer.

The AIDAmar and AIDAdiva are scheduled to return to Warnemunde-Rostock for the 2016 season, with a total of 40 cruises, starting on April 28 and concluding October 15.