AIDAnova will be sailing around the Canary Islands in winter 2021/2022 // AIDAbella will take over voyages in the Orient

In winter 2021/2022, AIDA Cruises will deploy its ship AIDAnova in the Canary Islands, the absolute top destination for guests from German-speaking countries. On board, guests can expect highlights including 17 restaurants and 23 bars, a double water slide and climbing garden, the Beach Club, the Theatrium with its 360° stage, the TV studio and the spacious Body & Soul Organic Spa.

AIDAnova will thus take over the voyages of its LNG-powered sister ship AIDAcosma, which is still under construction. Taking into account the current state of completion, more time is needed to prepare the newbuild for guest operations. Details on the launch of AIDAcosma will be communicated at a later date.

AIDAnova will offer two additional short voyages from Hamburg starting on December 14 and 19, 2021, before the Christmas and New Year’s Eve voyage from Hamburg to Gran Canaria on December 22, 2021.

With AIDAbella, AIDA Cruises will put another ship of the fleet into service and thus offer guests voyages to the Orient in winter 2021/2022. AIDAbella will take over the voyages of AIDAnova starting with the voyage “From Mallorca to Dubai” from November 6, 2021. A special highlight in this year’s winter season in the Orient is the World EXPO in Dubai. The guests of AIDAbella will have an extra-long stay in this fascinating metropolis for this purpose. In addition to Dubai, the ship will also call at Muscat and Abu Dhabi, as well as Doha or Bahrein on some dates.

All cruises are operated in accordance with AIDA Cruises’ comprehensive health and safety protocols, as well as national and local infection control laws and regulations. Detailed information at www.aida.de/urlaubskompass.

Guests who have already booked will be informed about the changes to their cruise.

The voyages can be booked shortly at travel agencies, at the AIDA Customer Center at +49 (0) 381 / 20 27 07 07 or at www.aida.de.

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