AIDA Cruises to Resume Cruising in August From German Ports.

AIDA Cruises to Resume cruises from German ports post coronavirus starting August 2020
AIDA Cruises to Resume cruises from German ports post coronavirus starting August 2020

AIDA previously announced it will resume guest cruise operations from ports in Germany beginning August 2020 with three of its ships, making it the first of the company's nine cruise brands to resume guest cruise operations. AIDA will introduce additional safety and protective measures which will include pre-boarding health questionnaires and temperature checks for both guests and crew, physical distancing guidelines, routing systems on arrival, departure and onboard, increased mitigation and sanitation efforts in all cabins and public areas, as well as closely managing capacities at onboard experiences. These enhanced measures have been developed with advice from medical experts and align with the current guidance from the World Health Organization ("WHO") and the German Robert Koch Institute ("RKI"), as well as other governmental and health authorities.

AIDAperla will be the first ship to set sail on August 5 from Hamburg,followed by AIDAmar from Rostock-Warnemünde on August 12, and AIDAblu from Kiel on August 16. Sailings are open for bookings now.


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