AIDA Cruises is bringing a new experience highlight on board with the virtual reality attraction YULLBE GO. On AIDAcosma, guests can now choose from four different game worlds and virtually immerse themselves in a new dimension.
AIDA Cruises has been investing in a future-proof and sustainable cruise market for many years as part of its Green Cruising Strategy. To this end, the company is working with partners from research, science, and industry to develop innovative solutions and use technologies that pave the way to net carbon-neutral ship operations.
AIDA Cruises continues its long-standing commitment as main sponsor of the “Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern” until 2024. With the signing of the new agreement, the Rostock-based cruise line and the regional classical music festival are taking up the partnership already lasting for more than 20 years and are announcing the highlight of the next joint season at the same time.
“Heart on Board” is the name of the new TV-Highlight format for the German channel VOX in cooperation with AIDA Cruises, which will be broadcast in 2023. Preparations for the dating show are in full swing. Currently, the TV station is looking for open-minded singles together with the cruise company, who want to find the great love during a dreamlike AIDA cruise.
The Kiel Week returns this summer after a two-year break. AIDA Cruises will be on board as event sponsor of the world-renowned sailing and summer festival. The cruise company will present itself to the public on water and on land at Kiel Week from June 18 to 26, 2022.
AIDA Cruises has been pooling its social and cultural activities under the umbrella of AIDA Cruise & Help since 2019. With the support of guests and crew, numerous schools in developing and emerging countries have already been built to improve the future prospects of local children.
New lines have confirmed they will scrap calls at the Russian city of St Petersburg this summer following the invasion of Ukraine. Aida and Princess cruises have followed MSC in removing the destination.
She is the second new-build from the cruise line to be powered by liquefied natural gas - currently the lowest-emission fossil fuel in the shipping industry.
Bookings for spring and summer 2022 are developing “very positively,” the line said, but interest in cruises for the upcoming winter sailings and the 2023 summer program is also at a “high level”.
AIDA Cruises has taken delivery of its newest cruise ship, AIDAcosma, from the Meyer shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. It is the second newbuild powered by liquefied natural gas to join the line.
Aida Cruises will deploy another Sphinx-class ship from Kiel next month to meet demand for cruises out of Germany. The name of the ship will be announced shortly.