AIDA cruises through April 2017 revealed

By ,   March 23, 2015 ,   Cruise Industry

AIDA Cruises has released its 2017 brochure with cruises ranging from 3 to 51 days, calling in at over 200 ports in 63 countries.

Among the highlights are new 2-week winter voyages to Norway as far north as North Cape, departing from Hamburg. AIDA is also offering summer sailings in the Canary Islands for the first time in its history. 

In addition, new ports for the line in the Mediterranean include Ibiza, La Spezia, Nice, Souda Bay in Crete and Propriano in Corsica.

In the Caribbean, AIDA Cruises will introduce St. Thomas, as well as Amber Cove, Dominican Republic.

Itineraries range from the Mediterranean and Northern Europe to Canada, Asia and the Caribbean, including ports of call in Montreal, Shanghai and New York.

In October this year, the new AIDAprima will launch service from Yokohama and will spend the winter in Asia with 7-day cruises, before the ship heads to her year-round European homeport in Hamburg, April 2016.

Other highlights include themed cruises ranging from yoga to dancing.

Source markets are expanding beyond the German-speaking cruise markets of Austria, Switzerland and Germany, to Belgium and the Netherlands.