May 12, 2021 - Now it's back to "Ahoy" for AIDA cruises from Germany: On May 12, 2021, bookings for AIDAsol's first voyages from / to Kiel will open. Dates are available between May 22nd and June 9th, 2021.
AIDAsol will cast off from Rostock-Warnemünde on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 18pm and set course for Kiel. On May 13, 2021 at 15pm, AIDAsol will be in Kiel moor and be the first cruise ship to complete the final tests at the new shore power system.
The first short trips lasting three or four days are initially planned without calling at another port. A diverse holiday program awaits guests on board, from culinary highlights to rousing entertainment and wellness packages. The restaurants offer menus from all over the world as well as selected Scandinavian delicacies. In the Theatrium, guests experience concerts, shows, guest artists and lecturers in a cozy living room atmosphere. Body and soul find peace and relaxation in the spa.
On the 3-day Ahoi Tour, AIDAsol sets course for the Skagerrak. On the panoramic trip along the Danish and west Swedish coasts, the impressive Öresund Bridge and the Danish capital Copenhagen are passed. A few nautical miles further, Helsingör and the Swedish city of Helsingborg seem close enough to touch. In front of the northern tip of Jutland, guests experience up close how the Baltic Sea kisses the North Sea. The passage of the bridge over the Great Belt at sunset promises another atmospheric photo opportunity. The 4-day Ahoi Tour also leads along the Baltic Sea island of Rügen to the cliffs of Cape Arkona.
The 3- or 4-day trips take place alternately and can also be combined into a 7-day trip. The new Ahoi trips are offered in both the PREMIUM and VARIO tariffs. On request, the trips can also be booked at the AIDA PREMIUM All INCLUSIVE tariff. It also includes the most extensive AIDA drinks package and a social media flat rate for the entire duration of the trip. The 3-day trip can be booked in the balcony cabin from € 549 * in the PREMIUM ALL Inclusive tariff. More information is on AIDA website a DAK Bungalow.
All cruises are conducted in accordance with AIDA Cruises' comprehensive health and safety protocols as well as national and local laws and regulations on infection control. A negative corona test is required for the trip. This is included in the travel price.