Cruise Lines - Aida Cruises

Aida Cruises

As a combined tour operator and shipping company, AIDA Cruises operates and markets holidays on water to destinations like the Mediterranean, Canaries, North and Baltic Sea, the Caribbean and Middle America, and now four new southeast Asian routes including 14-day trips between Bangkok and Singapore, and destinations along India's western coast and the Red Sea.

In the beginning Aida was born of the idea of a holiday at sea beyond the classic cruise, with absolutely no traditions or conventions.

Today, geared to young, active and fun-loving German speakers, Aida cruises are known for their youthful style and casual atmosphere in the style of upmarket clubs and resorts with an emphasis on amenities and facilities for younger, more active passengers.

One great thing about Aida cruises is that although they offer great amenities and an upscale atmosphere, their prices are still very reasonable. There's no need to use 401k business funding to get yourself a ticket, even if you want to splurge and get a luxury suite.

AIDA Cruises is Germany’s number one in terms of sales and passengers. The company consistently sets new and unusual trends for vacations at sea.

Examples of this include new cruises off the beaten path such as the 15-day cruise on the AIDAura that follows the path of the Vikings from Hamburg to New York via Iceland and Greenland.

Aida Cruises is operated by Carnival Cruise Lines which is the biggest Cruise Line in the world.

Aida Cruise Ships

The fleet today consists of five club cruisers

38,600 tons
launched June 1996
1,186 passengers

42,300 tons
launched April 2002
1,270 passengers

42,300 tons
launched April 2003
1,270 passengers

68,500 tons
launched April 2007
2,030 passengers

68,500 tons
launched April 2008
2,030 passengers

68,500 tons
launched April 2009
2,174 passengers

The Meyer shipyard in Germany has been commissioned to build three new AIDA ships for delivery in spring 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

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