AIDA Cruises opens the 2021 season at a 3rd German cruise port with AIDAmar on July 31

   June 28, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

After Kiel and Rostock-Warnemunde, AIDA Cruises announced it will open the 2021 season at a 3rd German port - Hamburg, with the ship AIDAmar on July 31.

Every Saturday, Hamburg will serve as a homeport for 7-day roundtrips to the Dutch metros Amsterdam/Ijmuiden and Rotterdam. AIDAmar will stay overnight in both ports, giving passengers additional time for AIDA-organized shore trips to the capital Amsterdam and the cultural metropolis Rotterdam.

The company intends to complement the voyages with calls at further ports as soon as more destinations open for cruise tourism.

Bookings for the new cruises between July 31-October 16, 2021, started on June 25.

New to AIDA Cruises’ program is a 40-day trip in the Caribbean with AIDAsol round-trip from Hamburg between October 16-November 25, 2021, followed by a couple of 43-day “Great Caribbean Winter Break” cruises, also round-trip from Hamburg departing on November 25, 2021, and January 7, 2022. The two voyages were originally scheduled with AIDAvita.

AIDAmar cruise ship

All sailings are carried out in compliance with the line’s enhanced health and safety protocols, applicable laws and regulations. 

With its “AIDA Promise”, the cruise line offers more flexibility and peace of mind when planning and booking journeys. Generous booking options are part of the offer, from free rebooking to low deposits. The “AIDA Promise” is included in the fare for new bookings up to July 31, 2021, and valid for departures through March 31, 2022.

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