AIDA Cruises ends Warnemunde-Rostock (Germany) homeporting season

   November 3, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

On November 2, the Warnemunde-Rostock's cruising season came to an end for AIDA Cruises.

With a total of 53 calls, the Carnival Corporation-owned German company looks back on a successful summer season in its “home port”.

On April 11, this current year, AIDAdiva was the first cruise ship of the season to depart from Warnemunde for Sweden. A few days later, AIDAmar was next with voyages to Norway and Scandinavia. Both liners were visiting the Hanse Sail. Passengers of AIDAdiva and AIDAmar were able to experience the maritime festival at the beginning of their 7- and 10-day cruises to Denmark and Norway, respectively.

AIDAsol was the last AIDA Cruises ship to leave the port of Warnemunde for this season on Wednesday, November 2. The liner set course for the Canary Islands, where she will offer journeys around the islands of eternal spring in the winter.

The Rostock-based cruise line will also commence the 2023 season with AIDAdiva. She will sail from Warnemunde to Norway, Denmark, and Scotland on April 14, 2023. With AIDAmar, it is off to Sweden on a variety of short cruises from April 16, 2023.

With the new AIDA Promise, the company offers its passengers extra flexibility. When booking a new sailing from November 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023, with a departure in the period November 3, 2022-April 22, 2023, guests can rebook once free of charge up to 40 days prior to departure.

Port of Warnemunde-Rostock (Germany)

Image: Port of Warnemunde-Rostock (Germany)

Both the travel date/departure of the new voyage until April 22, 2023, and the itinerary can be changed.

In case a positive COVID test result is presented from 7 days prior to the start of the trip up to a max of 1 day before departure, the cruise can also be rebooked free of charge.