AIDAmar Returns to Hamburg After 117-Day Voyage


The AIDAmar returned to the port of Hamburg on February 20, 2023, after a 117-day world voyage.

The AIDAmar embarked on the voyage on October 26, 2022, visiting South America first and then moving to the South Seas to Australia.

Guests aboard the ship celebrated Christmas in the Fiji Islands followed by a New Year’s celebration in Sydney, Australia.

The ship moored in the port of Hamburg early on Monday morning.

The ship has crossed all three major oceans in the previous months including the Atlantic, the Pacific and the Indian Ocean.

The last European destinations the ship visited were Tenerife, Madeira, Lisbon, Porto and Cherbourg.

Built at Meyer Werft for AIDA Cruises, this trip was the first world voyage for AIDAmar, and also the first ship of the Sphinx-class to be sent on a journey around the world.

Initially, the world voyage was planned for the AIDAsol, but due to technical issues, the ship was changed in October 2022.

While one group of guests disembarked the ship, others embarked the AIDAmar for its Winter in the Far North journey exploring Norways with calls in Haugesund, Bodo, Alta, Tromso, Trondheim and Alesund. The ship will embark on a series of cruises to Norway before moving to Sweden with cruises ranging from three to four nights.

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