This will be the last summer in Europe for AIDA Cruises’ ship AIDAbella as the company earlier revealed its plans to deploy it in China.
The cruise ship has served the European market for eight years, having visited East Sea, Canary Islands, Mediterranean Sea, Southeastern Asia, the USA and the Caribbean.
From December this year until March 2017, AIDAbella is scheduled to visit Bangkok, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia on its farewell voyage “Ciao Bella: From Thailand to China”.
Launched in 2008, AIDAbella is the cruise line’s second Sphinx-class ship. Other vessels of the same class are AIDAbella’s sisters AIDAluna and AIDAdiva.
Featuring a length of 257 meters and a width of 32 meters, the cruise ship can accommodate up to 2,500 passengers.