AIDA Cruises announced that its AIDAsol ship will sail her first world voyage in winter 2022-2023.
The 117-day journey includes rounding Cape Horn (Chile Antarctica), the Cape of Good Hope, and calling at destinations including Glacier Alley (Chilean Fjords), Mauritius, Cape Town, Tierra del Fuego, and New Year's Eve in Sydney Australia. In addition to popular destinations, the liner is scheduled to make first-time calls at Suva Fiji, Nuku'alofa Tonga, Mystery Island Vanuatu, Ile des Pins New Caledonia, Geraldton Australia.
From October 26, 2022, AIDA Cruises' AIDAsol is due to visit 43 ports in 20 countries on 4 continents, pass the International Date Line and cross the equator twice. Out of Hamburg Germany, she is first setting a course for South America. Following visits to the Canary Islands and Cape Verde Islands, destinations like Ushuaia, Buenos Aires Argentina, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, and Chile await passengers.
From there the liner continues westward to Bora Bora, Tonga, Tahiti, Fiji, Vanuatu (Christmas), New Caledonia, Australia to Mauritius. Passengers welcome the New Year against Sydney's backdrop.
The last leg of the world cruise takes guests onboard AIDAsol via La Reunion to Namibia and South Africa. On the way back to Europe, passengers visit Madeira and Tenerife. The journey continues via Lisbon Portugal and Cherbourg France, to Hamburg Germany, where it ends on February 20, 2023.
3 legs of the world voyage can be booked. The duration of the cruise varies between 30-48 days - an opportunity to fulfill the dream of a unique trip in shorter stages. AIDA guests can, for example, travel in 36 days from Hamburg to San Antonio Chile, in 48 days from San Antonio to Port Louis Mauritius, or in 33 days from Mauritius to Hamburg.
The world voyage with AIDAsol and the partial routes can be booked from June 17.
The originally planned for AIDAsol World Cruise 2021-2022 (October through February) was canceled. As an alternative, the cruise line welcomes passengers who had been booked on that trip to rebook the world voyage from October 2022 through February 2023 with onboard credit.
Next table shows the canceled 117-day "Weltreise 2021-2022".