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AIDA Cruises is a British-American owned German cruise line based in Rostock, Germany. Originally founded as Deutsche Seereederei with a ship called Völkerfreundschaft ("Friendship Between Peoples"), the company entered the cruise industry in the 1960s.


The company was acquired by P&O Princess Cruises in 2000. In 2003, P&O Princess merged with Carnival Corporation, to form Carnival Corporation & plc, the worlds largest cruise holiday company. Following the merger, executive control of AIDA Cruises transferred to Costa Cruises Group, one of the main operating companies of the Carnival Group, with responsibility for the group's European brands.
 
AIDA Cruises is now one of eleven brands operated by the Carnival Group accounting for 6.5% of its share of revenue and has its own executive team, led by company President Michael Thamm. AIDA ships cater to the German-speaking market and are renowned for their youthful style and casual service. As seagoing "club resorts", AIDA ships have many on-board amenities and facilities that attract younger, more active vacationers.

AIDA Cruises 2015-2016 itineraries

AIDAaura – Caribbean, Mediterranean, Canada, Black Sea & Greece, Southeast Asia, Transatlantic
AIDAbella – Caribbean, Western Mediterranean and North Africa, Northern Europe, Canary Islands, New York to Canada, Transatlantic
AIDAblu – Western Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Red Sea, Asia, Canary Islands
AIDAcara – Northern Europe, Canary Islands, South America, New York, the Dominican Republic, Transatlantic
AIDAdiva – Southeast Asia, Eastern Mediterranean – Greece, Turkey, Egypt
AIDAluna – Bermuda & Bahamas, USA West Coast, Southern Caribbean, Northern Europe & Iceland, Transatlantic
AIDAmar – Western Mediterranean, Western & Northern Europe, Red Sea, Asia
AIDAprima (2015) – Western Europe, Asia
AIDAsol – Northern Europe & UK, Western Mediterranean, Canary Islands
AIDAstella – UK, Western & Northern Europe, Canary Islands
AIDAvita – Caribbean and South America, Western Mediterranean, Transatlantic.


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AIDA Cruises is a British-American owned German cruise line based in Rostock, Germany. Originally founded as Deutsche Seereederei with a ship called Völkerfreundschaft ("Friendship Between Peoples"), the company entered the cruise industry in the 1960s.


The company was acquired by P&O Princess Cruises in 2000. In 2003, P&O Princess merged with Carnival Corporation, to form Carnival Corporation & plc, the worlds largest cruise holiday company. Following the merger, executive control of AIDA Cruises transferred to Costa Cruises Group, one of the main operating companies of the Carnival Group, with responsibility for the group's European brands.
 
AIDA Cruises is now one of eleven brands operated by the Carnival Group accounting for 6.5% of its share of revenue and has its own executive team, led by company President Michael Thamm. AIDA ships cater to the German-speaking market and are renowned for their youthful style and casual service. As seagoing "club resorts", AIDA ships have many on-board amenities and facilities that attract younger, more active vacationers.

AIDA Cruises 2015-2016 itineraries

AIDAaura – Caribbean, Mediterranean, Canada, Black Sea & Greece, Southeast Asia, Transatlantic
AIDAbella – Caribbean, Western Mediterranean and North Africa, Northern Europe, Canary Islands, New York to Canada, Transatlantic
AIDAblu – Western Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Red Sea, Asia, Canary Islands
AIDAcara – Northern Europe, Canary Islands, South America, New York, the Dominican Republic, Transatlantic
AIDAdiva – Southeast Asia, Eastern Mediterranean – Greece, Turkey, Egypt
AIDAluna – Bermuda & Bahamas, USA West Coast, Southern Caribbean, Northern Europe & Iceland, Transatlantic
AIDAmar – Western Mediterranean, Western & Northern Europe, Red Sea, Asia
AIDAprima (2015) – Western Europe, Asia
AIDAsol – Northern Europe & UK, Western Mediterranean, Canary Islands
AIDAstella – UK, Western & Northern Europe, Canary Islands
AIDAvita – Caribbean and South America, Western Mediterranean, Transatlantic. fgsratrew