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AIDA takes bookings for stretches of AIDAsol’s world cruise

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AIDAsol is scheduled to operate AIDA's world cruises during the upcoming two winters
AIDA Cruises opened bookings for legs of AIDAsol’s world cruises in 2022/23 and 2023/24 spanning Germany to Australia.

Sales went live last Friday.

Smaller journeys between a chosen number of ports are aimed at broadening the appeal of what are otherwise lengthier roundtrip voyages differing from AIDA’s usual products.

Options in 2022/23 

AIDAsol's 2022/23 world cruise departs Hamburg on October 26, 2022 returning February 20, 2023. Passengers can book a 'half leg' journey between Hamburg and Sydney or vice versa over 66 days (southbound) or 52 days (northbound.)

Wider variety available in 2023/24

In 2023/24 there will be a greater choice available. Passengers may choose from seven different instalments varying between 33 and 84 days in duration. The world cruise sails roundtrip from Hamburg on October 27, 2023, turning back from Sydney December 31, 2023 and arriving in Germany on February 21, 2024.

Legs available from Hamburg go to San Antonio (36 days), Sydney (65 days) and Mauritius (84 days.) From San Antonio, passengers can travel either to Sydney (48 days) or to Hamburg (81 days.) The shortest leg on offer is a 33-day sailing from Mauritius to Hamburg. Passengers can again opt for the northbound 'half leg' from Sydney to Hamburg.

Prices start at 3,850 euros per person if booked before April 30, 2023 in the AIDA Premium tariff.

The whole 2023/24 world cruise, calling a total 43 destinations, is available from 13,995 euros per person.  

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