Carnival Cruise Line released new destinations for their AIDA ships, which includes returning to the Caribbean. The company is also planning on expanding the number of voyages in 2020 and 2021 while adding more passenger capacity through mid-2020s.
Carnival’s AIDA Cruises will return to the Caribbean from October 2021. The company announced that it will resume sailings with its three ships, AIDAdiva, AIDAbella and AIDAluna. Read more in detail here: aida cruise ship news today.
AIDA Cruises, a German cruise line, is poised to return to the Caribbean this autumn. AIDAsol will be the first of four boats to visit the region in the coming months. The ship will set sail on a 40-day trip from Hamburg to the Caribbean and returning to Germany on October 16.
It will be the first of three such trips that the ship will make this winter. The second and third cruises, which will be much longer, will sail in November and January. In addition, three additional AIDA ships will be cruising the Caribbean this winter on 14-day itineraries that will begin and conclude in the area.
The AIDA Association Returns to the Caribbean
AIDA Cruises, which is owned by Carnival Corporation and has been operating in Europe for some months, will be returning to the Caribbean. It’s doing it in a big way. AIDAsol will set sail from Hamburg, Germany on a 40-day voyage to the Caribbean on October 16.
Before starting her Atlantic crossing, the ship will make multiple stops in France (Cherbourg), Spain (La Coruna), and the Canary Islands (Tenerife). The ship will next make its maiden stop in the Caribbean on October 30.
(Photo credit: Bjoern Wylezich / Shutterstock.com) AIDAsol Cruise Ship
Before returning to Europe, the ship will stop at Barbados, Castries, St. Lucia, the A-B-C islands, and St. Maarten. Before landing in Hamburg, AIDAsol will stop at Ponta Delgada and Lisbon, Portugal, as well as Le Havre, France.
This winter, AIDAsol will embark on two more lengthy excursions. The ship will travel from Hamburg to the Caribbean on two 43-day trips in November and January.
Three more ships will visit the Caribbean islands.
Guests who do not want to spend 40 days or more on board will still be able to cruise the Caribbean and enjoy the hospitality aboard AIDA’s ships. The AIDAluna will be the next ship to depart to the Caribbean on October 18.
The ship will depart from Kiel, Germany, and arrive at La Romana, Dominican Republic, on November 6. Guests may embark on 14-day cruises to the Dutch Antilles, St Kitts, Antigua, and other destinations from here.
Caribbean cruises with AIDA (Photo credit: AIDA Cruises)
On October 26, 2021, AIDAdiva will depart Warnemünde and arrive in her new homeport of La Romana on November 13. She will also depart from La Romana on cruises to Cozumel, Belize, St. Maarten, Tortola, and the Costa Maya.
Last but not least, on November 6, AIDAperla will depart from her present station in the Canary Islands for the Caribbean. The AIDAperla will depart from either La Romana, Dominican Republic, or Bridgetown, Barbados.
The cruises visit Dominica, Guadeloupe, Antigua, and St. Lucia, as well as the A-B-C Islands.
Also see: AIDA Cruises Updates Its Fall and Winter Protocols
Before travelling on any of the AIDA ships to the Caribbean, all passengers must be properly immunized. Before leaving, guests will be required to take a COVID-19 exam. Guests in the Caribbean will have the option of joining scheduled excursions or exploring the islands on their own.
Carnival’s AIDA Cruises Will Return to the Caribbean From October 2021. The cruise line stocks are expected to rise as a result of this decision.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Carnival be sailing in 2021?
Are Carnival cruises Cancelled for 2021?
A: The Carnival Cruise Line does not cancel cruises for 2021.
Are Aida Cruises sailing?
A: To be honest, I am not sure Aida Cruises is still in operation. But if you want to book a cruise with them now, it appears as though they are.
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