The cruise ship will operate as scheduled with 10- and 11-day sailings from Palma de Mallorca (Majorca Island, Balearic Spain) with calls in Italy, Spain, Malta, and Portugal.
AIDA Cruises will also extend its Baltic Sea journeys with AIDAsol from the port of Warnemunde-Rostock, Germany, into September. Dates between July 18-September 18, 2021, are open for booking. AIDAsol is scheduled to sail to a number of Swedish ports during the Scandinavian midsummer, with calls at Goteborg (Gothenburg), Visby, and Stockholm.
From July 18 through 24, a 6-day cruise is planned. Afterward, AIDAsol will sail every Saturday from Warnemunde for 7-day Baltic Sea roundtrip voyages.
The cruises originally planned with AIDAsol with departures from July 26 through October 15, 2021, will not take place. Passengers booked on one of the original voyages will be notified.
AIDA Cruises has been operating cruises since March 2021. A variety of options are available for the 2021 summer cruise season, including:
- 7- or 14-day Canary Islands cruise on AIDAperla from/to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, until July
- 7- or 14-day Greek voyages on AIDAblu from/to Corfu Island, from May through October
- 3-, 4-, or 7-day cruises on AIDAsol from/to Kiel Germany, from May through June and from/to Warnemunde, from July through September
- 7-day cruises on AIDAprima from/to Kiel, from July through October
- 7-day Mediterranean cruises on AIDAperla from/to Mallorca, from July through October
- 10- or 11-day Mediterranean cruises on AIDAstella from/to Mallorca, from July through October.
All voyages are carried out in compliance with AIDA Cruises' enhanced health & safety protocols, as well as applicable regulations and laws.
Voyages to other destinations are currently not possible. As a result, all other sailings with a departure date between July 8-August 8, 2021, had to be cancelled. Passengers booked on impacted cruises and travel advisors are being notified.