Aidamar set sail from Hamburg on a world tour

Aidasol (Photo: AIDA Cruises/Felix Gänsicke).
Aidasol (Photo: AIDA Cruises/Felix Gänsicke).

Aidamar set sail from Hamburg on a world tour

Aidasol (Photo: AIDA Cruises/Felix Gänsicke).
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On Wednesday evening, the cruise ship Aidamar set sail from the port of Hamburg on a 117-day circumnavigation of the world. For the first time, the shipping company is sending a larger ship of the so-called Sphinx class on a world tour.

“For many, traveling around the world is a long-awaited dream. As the captain of this special voyage, I am delighted to be able to contribute to the fulfillment of this wish together with my crew. Unforgettable moments await our guests both on land and on board,” says Felix Rothe, captain of the Aidamar.

The next circumnavigation of the world is scheduled to take place next year and will be carried out with the Aidasol. Tickets can be purchased through the usual sales channels since October 27, 2022. The travel period is between October 23, 2024 and February 17, 2025. However, this is not cheap, because an inside cabin IB costs at least 14.445 euros per person for two people.

4 Comments

  • Karl , 30. October 2022 @ 15: 49

    AIDA has recently started selling “tickets” for its trips??
    And the announced circumnavigation of the world in “next” year will probably only take place the year after next: namely from October 23, 2024!!

  • Pezi , 1. November 2022 @ 12: 57

    Karl – look here. From October 27.10.2023th, XNUMX 🙈🙄 https://aida-cruises.at/finden/SOB7231027/PREMIUM?adults=2&children=0&juveniles=0

  • Karl , 2. November 2022 @ 20: 50

    I know, I know Pezi!
    But in the above article only the 2024 date was mentioned as “next year”.

  • Karl , 4. November 2022 @ 07: 58

    PS: this year's AIDA circumnavigation was actually planned with the AIDAsol. For technical reasons (pending repairs to the AIDAsol), a switch was made to the AIDAmar, which was identical in construction, at very short notice.

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4 Comments

  • Karl , 30. October 2022 @ 15: 49

    AIDA has recently started selling “tickets” for its trips??
    And the announced circumnavigation of the world in “next” year will probably only take place the year after next: namely from October 23, 2024!!

  • Pezi , 1. November 2022 @ 12: 57

    Karl – look here. From October 27.10.2023th, XNUMX 🙈🙄 https://aida-cruises.at/finden/SOB7231027/PREMIUM?adults=2&children=0&juveniles=0

  • Karl , 2. November 2022 @ 20: 50

    I know, I know Pezi!
    But in the above article only the 2024 date was mentioned as “next year”.

  • Karl , 4. November 2022 @ 07: 58

    PS: this year's AIDA circumnavigation was actually planned with the AIDAsol. For technical reasons (pending repairs to the AIDAsol), a switch was made to the AIDAmar, which was identical in construction, at very short notice.

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