AIDA Cruises announced it will offer new sailings in Greece from May 23 with 7-day voyages departing from Corfu and sailing through the Greek islands to Rhodes, Crete, Katakolon (Olympia), and Piraeus (Athens).
Passengers can also enjoy the amenities onboard with multiple bars, restaurants, sports facilities, and cultural activities, as well as organized shore trips to explore the ports of call.
Greece is expected to reopen for tourism from May 14, 2021.
Booking starts on April 20, 2021, with 23 dates between May 23 and October 24, 2021, to choose from. The Greek voyages can also be booked as 14-day vacations.
In addition to the new Greek offering, AIDAperla is sailing on 7-day voyages around the Canaries through June.
All sailings are carried out in compliance with AIDA Cruises' enhanced health & safety protocols, as well as applicable regulations and laws.
With a testing strategy for passengers and crew already utilized on a number of cruises, it is AIDA Cruises' top priority for all passengers to safely enjoy their trip. The enhanced health & safety protocols, tested by SGS Institut Fresenius and confirmed by the classification society DNV, features a mandatory polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for detecting viruses and bacteria prior to sailing, as well as social distancing, hygiene protocols, regular health checks, and medical care including testing capacities onboard and other measures.
With the “AIDA promise,” the company offers guests flexibility and security in planning. A variety of booking options are part of the line’s commitment to its customers, ranging from free rebooking to small down payments. The “AIDA promise” is included in the price for new bookings up to May 31, 2021. It applies to departures up to March. 31, 2022.
Voyages in other destinations are not possible at this time, with AIDA Cruises cancelling the remaining sailings from April through May.