AIDAsol accidents and incidents
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- 2018 - AIDA Cruises fleet's first female Captain
- 2015 - world's first cruise ship that received shore power from an LNG hybrid barge
|10 May 2021||Other Incidents|
On May 10, 2021, with AIDAsol was inaugurated Europe's largest shore powerplant - having a power output of 20 MVA (megavolt amperes) and the ability to supply with electricity 2x cruise ships simultaneously - at Port Warnemunde's berths P7 and P8.
AIDAsol requires 4,5 MWh (megawatts per hour) of electricity to keep onboard operations running while berthed/docked. Since 2017, AIDAsol uses electricity from Europe's first shore powerplant - at Port Hamburg's Altona Terminal.
The May 2021 ceremony was attended by Peter Altmaier (Germany's Federal Minister for Economic Affairs), Manuela Schwesig (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania state's Prime Minister) and Felix Eichhorn (AIDA Cruises' President).
|04 March 2018||Other Incidents|
On March 04, 2018, AIDA Cruises announced the ship's new Captain - Mrs Nicole Langosch - fleet's first ever female Captain.
Mrs Langosch (born in Osterode am Harz, Germany) completed her Nautical Officer degree in Leer (Lower Saxony, Germany). Her maritime rcareer started with a cargo shipping company in New Zealand. In the period 2007-2017, she served as nautical officer with AIDA Kreuzfahrten.
In Warnemunde (Germany), the company offers its own seafarer education program (training and dual study), created in cooperation with Hochschule Wismar (University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design).
|30 May 2015||Other Incidents|
On May 30, 2015, the vessel became the world's first ever cruise ship supplied with power from an LNG hybrid barge. The Hummel barge (Becker Marine Systems) provided 7,5 MW of power to the liner docked in Port Hamburg.
The LNG barge (length 76,7 m, width 11,4 m) was constructed by Becker Marine to serve as a floating power plant. It generates electrical power via a 15-ton LNG (liquefied natural gas) container. In its processing plant, the cryogenic liquid is heated and passed on to 5 Caterpillar motors producing electricity - without any sulfur emissions. The levels of NOx and COx emissions are significantly reduced. The technology is deemed the cleanest for shore-to-ship electrical power supply.
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