AIDA is sending 4 of its ships to the Caribbean during the 2021-2022 winter season.
On October 16 AIDAsol started her 40-day journey “large Caribbean winter break” round-trip from Hamburg, Germany. The voyage heads from Hamburg to Cherbourg (France), La Coruna (Spain), and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (the Canaries), and on to the most beautiful Caribbean islands. ~12 days the ship stays in the Caribbean and calls among others at Barbados (Bridgetown), Castries (St. Lucia Island), the ABC islands, and Philipsburg (St Maarten Island, Dutch Antilles), prior to heading back to Europe. On her way back, AIDAsol visits Portugal (Ponta Delgada and Lisbon) and Le Havre (France).
A couple of more 43-day AIDAsol cruises round-trip from Hamburg to the Caribbean with departures on November 25, 2021, and January 7, 2022, are also on the schedule. Passengers on the first sailing will spend New Year’s Eve in Lisbon.
AIDAluna follows on Monday, October 18, taking her passengers from Kiel (Germany) to the Caribbean.
AIDAdiva is scheduled to depart from Warnemunde-Rostock (Germany) on October 26, while AIDAperla will set off from the Canaries to the Caribbean on November 6. All 3 AIDA ships will sail the Caribbean on different routes between November 2021-March 2022.
For guests on AIDAdiva, the 14-day cruise takes them from La Romana (Dominican Republic) to Ocho Rios (Jamaica), Samana (Dominicana), and Tortola Island (Road Town, BVI). Stays on Cozumel (Quintana Roo Mexico, Riviera Maya) and along the Mexican Riviera in Costa Maya (Quintana Roo Mexico, Riviera Maya) are also on the program. Dream beaches await on St. Maarten and St. Kitts and Nevis, the sister islands of the Lesser Antilles.
Onboard AIDAluna, round-trip from La Romana, guests can experience 14-day cruises with Caribbean destinations like the ABC and Virgin Islands. Calls at Antigua, surrounded by coral reefs, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Saint Maarten follow on the program.
The 14-day Caribbean voyage with AIDAperla round-trip La Romana (Dominican Republic)/Bridgetown (Barbados) takes the vacationers not only to the ABC Islands but to the Lesser Antilles.