German cruise line AIDA Cruises has published its 2016 brochure. The 276-page programme includes more than 90 cruises to over 180 ports worldwide.
The offerings extend from Nordic cruises to “wanderlust” cruises in the Caribbean and Southeast Asia. The 2016 summer programme includes the first voyages of the company’s new flagship AIDAprima.
Starting on April 30, the cruise ship will depart from Hamburg weekly on its metropolitan cruises.
AIDAprima is the first ship that will offer cruises leaving from Germany year round. Cruise-goers departing from Germany in the summer of 2016 can choose between 23 different routes.
In addition to AIDAprima, five more AIDA ships will be leaving from Hamburg, Kiel, and Warnemünde on cruises to the Baltic Sea, Norway’s fjords, the British Isles, and the Arctic Circle.
In August, Fishguard in Wales and the English city of Newcastle will enhance the route “Great Britain & Ireland.” Bornholm will be added to the Baltic Sea cruises.
For the first time, cruises to the Canary Islands with their year-round mild temperatures can be booked in summer as well.
As a new and exclusive highlight, the brochure includes three dates for cruises to wintry Norway. These 14-day cruises from/to Hamburg take guests to the land of the northern lights and a unique winter landscape in the fjords. Guests can take a ride with snowmobiles, a dog sleigh or a carriage ride with reindeers.
All cruises detailed in the brochure can be booked now.