AIDA Christens 9th Ship

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

AIDA Cruises christened its ninth ship on 12 May 2012, marking the 823rd anniversary of the Port of Hamburg. The new vessel was christened on the Elbe in the Port of Hamburg. Following the christening ceremony, the latest AIDA ship set off on its maiden voyage. AIDAluna also departed from Hamburg on a new cruise, with AIDAblu and AIDAsol remaining.
 

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