AIDAmar Departs From Hamburg On A Historic First-World Voyage


This Monday, the AIDAmar embarked on her inaugural 117-day world trip from Hamburg, according to a press statement.

Dramatic turning 

According to the cruise operator, Captain Felix Rothe gave the passengers and crew a memorable start to the round-the-world trip with a lap of honour and a dramatic turning manoeuvre in front of Hamburg’s performance centre Elbphilharmonie.

The ship’s passengers will travel to Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Ushuaia, and Chile. Once in Tahiti, Bora Bora, Tonga, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, and Australia, the tour will then head west to Mauritius. New Year’s Eve will be celebrated in Sydney, and on February 20, 2023, travellers will make their way back to Hamburg via South Africa, Namibia, Tenerife, and Madeira.

World voyage 

Throughout the 2024–25 season, the cruise line will once more offer its 117-day world voyage on board the AIDAsol. Bookings can be made immediately, with prices starting at 14,445 euros per person based on double occupancy. Bookings booked by April 30, 2024, will also receive a 3,000 euro early bird discount.

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Source: Cruise Industry News


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