AIDA Cruises starting Hamburg homeporting season with AIDAmar ship

   July 31, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

AIDA Cruises is starting its Hamburg Germany homeporting season with the ship AIDAmar. The liner is scheduled to depart from the port 13 times in 2021 (between July 31-October 24).

On each of the 7-day itineraries, guests will experience the Danish sector of the North Sea. They can then explore, with organized shore excursions, the Swedish cities of Goteborg (Gothenburg) and Visby (Gotland Island).

AIDA is adding 7-day Norway cruises from/to Hamburg Germany to its portfolio from August 28, 2021.

7 departures are scheduled with AIDAmar until mid-October. These voyages will take vacationers through the Geiranger Fjord and to Stavanger, Alesund, Bergen. Adults need a full COVID vaccination due to the current entry regulations in Norway. For kids and adolescents between 4-18 years of age, testing is compulsory.

AIDAmar cruise ship

In addition to the regularly scheduled sailings, AIDA offers a pair of longer journeys from/to Hamburg Germany. AIDAsol is due to depart from Cruise Center Altona on October 16, 2021, for a 40-day trip to the Caribbean, returning cruisers to the Hanseatic City on November 25, 2021. Those who wish to spend the turn of the year in the sun can commence a 43-day voyage to the Caribbean with AIDAsol on November 25, 2021, which will finish in Hamburg on January 7, 2022.

During the winter months, cruisers can depart from Hamburg Germany on the 7-day metropolitan tour aboard AIDAprima which visits Southampton England, Le Havre (Paris, France), Zeebrugge (Bruges, Belgium), Rotterdam Netherlands. Between October 30, 2021-March 26, 2022, 8 voyages are scheduled from/to Hamburg port.