AIDAsol departed from Rostock-Warnemunde on Wednesday, May 12, at 6 PM. and headed to Kiel where she moored on May 13 at 3 PM. AIDAsol was the first ship that utilized Port Kiel's new shore power facility.
The first cruises to nowhere (3- and 4-days in length) are planned without visiting any other port. Passengers can expect a diverse program onboard, from classy entertainment to a wellness package and culinary highlights. The restaurants boast menus from all over the world and Scandinavian delicacies. In the Theatrium, passengers can experience shows, concerts, guest artists, and lecturers.
On the 3-day Ahoy Tour, the AIDAsol ship sets course for Skagerrak. On the panoramic cruise along the Danish and western Swedish coast, the Oresund Bridge (linking mainland Sweden with Peberholm Island) and Copenhagen are passed. In Sweden are also within reach Helsingor (Elsinore) and Helsingborg. The itinerary also passes by Denmark's Jutland Peninsula. The 4-day "Ahoy Tour" takes passengers along Rugen Island's Cape Arkona.
The 3- and 4-day "nowhere cruises" take place alternating and can be combined into a 7-day sailing. The new Ahoy journeys are offered in both Premium and Vario tariff and can be booked at the AIDA Premium all-inclusive rate which also features the line' most extensive beverage package and a social media flat rate for the duration of the cruise. The 3-day trip can be booked in the balcony cabin from EUR 549 at the Premium all-inclusive rate.
All voyages are carried out in compliance with AIDA's enhanced health & safety protocols, as well as applicable regulations and laws. With a testing strategy for passengers and crew already utilized on several voyages, it is the company’s top priority for all passengers to safely enjoy their cruise vacation. A prerequisite for travel is the negative COVID test, which is included in the fares.