Spotted: AIDA Cruises’ Trio to Meet in Kiel

Image Courtesy: AIDA Cruises
Image Courtesy: AIDA Cruises

 

In today’s spotted we present you AIDAluna, which is one of AIDACruises’ three ships arriving in Kiel, Germany, on July 30.

Built in 2009 by German-based Meyer Verft shipyard, AIDAluna is the third ship of the Sphinx class of cruise ships, preceded by AIDAdiva and AIDAbella.

The 69,203 gross ton vessel features a length of 251,89 meters and a width of 32,2 meters.

With its 13 decks, AIDAluna can accommodate 2,100 passengers and 607 crew members.

The other two vessels to visit Kiel on July 30 are AIDAvita and AIDAaura.

The trio is scheduled to arrive at the port of Kiel 51 times during this year.

World Maritime News Staff

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