AIDAstella starts cruises in West Med in July, AIDAsol Baltic voyages extended

Jun 10, 2021

Following a successful restart of cruise operations since March 2021, AIDA Cruises today announced another cruise ship will resume voyages in the Western Mediterranean. Starting July 29, 2021 the cruise ship AIDAstella will operate 10 and 11-day cruises from Palma de Mallorca with calls in Spain, Italy, Portugal and Malta. 

In addition, AIDA Cruises plans to extend its Baltic Sea voyages with AIDAsol from the German port Warnemunde into September. Dates between July 18 and September 18, 2021, are now open for booking. AIDAsol will sail to several Swedish ports during the popular Scandinavian midsummer, with visits to Stockholm, Gothenburg and Visby. From July 18 to 24, a 6-day voyage is planned. Afterwards, AIDAsol will start every Saturday from Warnemünde for 7-day Baltic Sea round trips.

The voyages originally planned with AIDAsol with departure dates from July 26 to October 15, 2021, will not take place. Guests who were already booked on one of these original cruises will be notified.

For the 2021 summer season AIDA Cruises is sailing the following itineraries:

•Canary Islands voyage with AIDAperla, 7 or 14 days, from/to Gran Canaria, until July.

•Greek cruises with AIDAblu, 7 or 14 days, from/to Corfu, May to October

•Cruises with AIDAsol, 3, 4 or 7 days, from/to Kiel, May to June and from/to Warnemünde, July to September

•Cruises with AIDAprima, 7 days, from/to Kiel, July to October

•Mediterranean cruises with AIDAperla, 7 days, from/to Mallorca, July to October

•Mediterranean cruises with AIDAstella, 10 or 11 days, from/to Mallorca, July to October

All cruises are carried out in compliance with AIDA's enhanced health and safety protocols, as well as applicable laws and regulations. More information is available at 

Unfortunately, cruises in other destinations are not possible at the moment. As a result, all other cruises with a departure date between July 8 and August 8, 2021, have to be cancelled. Guests who were booked on impacted cruises and their travel advisors are being notified.