AIDA has announced that its new 183,900-ton, 5,000-passenger AIDAnova, entering service in December 2018, will be deployed in the Canary Islands from December 2018 through March 2019, sailing seven-day cruises.
The AIDAnova will interport in Santa Cruz on Wednesdays and in Las Palmas on Saturdays. Ports of all include Puerto del Rosario, Arrecife and Funchal (Madeira).
AIDA has not yet announced deployment beyond March 2019.
Among the concepts aboard is a revamped Beach Club concepts, with lush greenery, guests can climb above the treetops or float along the Wild River.
For the first time, there will be three water slides on board. Cozy lounge seating offers the perfect spot for daydreaming, while movies and sporting events are screened on the LED wall.
The Art Club is the multimedia version of the AIDA Gallery, offering an exciting mix of art, photography, videos, games and high-tech. Apart from the works of well-known artists that are on show, guests can also enjoy virtual art using 3D glasses. The bar, designed to look like the lobby of a city hotel, also features handy charging points for smartphones and tablets.
The many highlights onboard also include 20 different types of staterooms.