Cruise ship AIDAprima leaves the port of Kiel for the Baltic Sea – The cruise ship of the shipping company AIDA Cruises leaves its berth at Kieler Ostseekai and sails through the Kiel Fjord towards the Baltic Sea with destination Sweden.
The 300 meter long cruise ship will leave its berth in Kiel on the Ostseekai on July 17, 2021 for the Baltic Sea with destination Gothenburg in Sweden. Further stops on the 7-day AIDA Baltic Sea cruise with the AIDAprima are Stockholm and Visby on the island of Gotland.
The AIDAprima has been in use on this route from Kiel since July 10, 2021. Before that, AIDAsol was a regular guest in the state capital Kiel in the months of May and June. Due to Corona, this year’s start of the cruise season in Kiel and Warnemünde, i.e. the two most important German cruise ports in the Baltic Sea, has been significantly delayed.
About the cruise ship AIDAprima
- Commissioning: March 14, 2016
- Flag: Italy
- Length: 299.95 meters
- Width: 37.65 meters
- Permitted number of passengers: approx. 4,350
- Register number: IMO 9636955
Baltic cruise from Kiel with the AIDAprima
Due to the corona pandemic, numerous cruise lines are currently offering their cruises, some with great discounts. For example, AIDA Cruises on the 7-day Baltic Sea cruise with the AIDAprima from / to Kiel. For example, the AIDAprima is very suitable for families with children. And spread over 18 decks, the AIDAprima offers 12 restaurants, 18 bars and clubs, 8 lounges, 6 pools and a wellness area of around 3,100 square meters.