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Today: Bookings Start for AIDAsol Voyages from Kiel

Rostock, 12. May 2021

"Ahoy" for AIDA cruises from Germany: today, May 12, 2021, bookings will open for AIDAsol's first voyages from/to Kiel. Dates between May 22 and June 9, 2021 are available for selection.

AIDAsol will depart from Rostock-Warnemünde as early as today, Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at 6 p.m. and set course for Kiel. On May 13, 2021, at 3 p.m., AIDAsol will moor in Kiel, where it will be the first cruise ship to complete final tests at the new shore power facility.

The first short voyages, lasting three and four days respectively, are initially planned without calling at any other port. Guests can expect a diverse vacation program on board, from culinary highlights to classy entertainment and a wellness package. 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 rest and relaxation in the spa.

On the 3-day Ahoy Tour, AIDAsol sets course for the Skagerrak. On the panoramic voyage along the Danish and western Swedish coast, the impressive Öresund Bridge and the Danish capital Copenhagen are passed. A few nautical miles further on, Elsinore and Helsingborg in Sweden seem within reach. Off the northern tip of Jutland, guests experience firsthand how the Baltic Sea kisses the North Sea. The passage of the bridge over the Great Belt at sunset promises another atmospheric photo motif. The 4-day Ahoy Tour also takes guests along the Baltic Sea island of Rügen to the steep coast of Cape Arkona.

The 3 and/or 4-day voyages journeys take place alternating and can be combined also to a 7-day voyage. The new Ahoy voyages are offered both in the PREMIUM and in the VARIO tariff. If desired, the voyages can also be booked at the AIDA PREMIUM All INCLUSIVE rate. It also includes the most extensive AIDA beverage package and a social media flat rate for the entire duration of the trip. The 3-day voyage can be booked in the balcony cabin from €549* in the PREMIUM ALL INCLUSIVE rate. For more information, visit

All cruises are conducted in accordance with AIDA Cruises' comprehensive health and safety protocols and national and local infection control laws and regulations. A prerequisite for travel is a negative coronary test. This is included in the cruise price.

Information and booking at travel agencies, at the AIDA Customer Center at +49 (0) 381 / 20 27 07 07 or at

Rostock, May 12, 2021

* AIDA PREMIUM ALL INCLUSIVE price per person based on double occupancy (balcony cabin BB), incl. 75 euros early booking plus discount, limited contingent in each case.

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Hansjörg Kunze
Vice President Communication & Sustainability