3 AIDA Cruises' ships will head to West Africa's coast and Madeira, visiting Spain's Canary Islands territory during winter season 2021-2022.
AIDAmar commenced her first 7-day voyage from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on November 7, 2021.
20 more sailings will follow through the end of March 2022, with Lanzarote (Arrecife), Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Fuerteventura (Puerto del Rosario) on the itinerary.
At the traditional plaque handover, Paula Cabaco, President of APRAM (Port Authority of the Autonomous Region of Madeira), said they appreciated "AIDA's loyalty and commitment to promoting Madeira as a cruise destination."
In a short time, AIDAblu is expected to join AIDAmar on Canary Islands sailings from November 13 through the end of December 2021. The vessel with her guests and crew members finished the crossing from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic.
The 3rd ship, AIDAnova is sailing to the islands of eternal spring from January 5 through April 2022. Onboard AIDAnova, passengers can expect 17 dining venues and 23 bars, a double water slide and climbing garden, the Theatrium with its 360-degree stage, the Beach Club, the TV studio, and the Body & Soul Organic Spa. AIDAnova is operating with low-emission LNG-liquefied natural gas).