Third Ship of new Helios-Class
The third ship in the Helios class will be joining the AIDA fleet in spring 2023. Like the two previous ships, it will also run on the lower emission LNG fuel.
Second Ship of new Helios-Class
In June 2015, AIDA announced that it was commissioning the MEYER WERFT with a new-build programme. The new-build programme consists of three ships. The second ship in the Helios class will be delivered to AIDA in spring 2021.
The AIDAnova is the first cruise ship in the world to run completely on liquefied gas. At the end of August 2018, AIDAnova was named at a spectacular open-air event at the shipyard with star DJ David Guetta, in front of 25,000 guests. The new ship was delivered in December 2018.
The AIDAstella was delivered to the shipping company in March 2013. Sun, moon and stars are shining in competition on the oceans since that day.
The AIDAmar is the sixth ship of MEYER WERFT for AIDA Cruises. It was integrated in the AIDA-fleet as the ninth ship in 2012. Due to numerous environmental-friendly measures, the AIDAmar is among the most environmental-friendly ships on the oceans.
With the AIDAsol, the shipping company and MEYER WERFT realized a modern ship that meets the highest quality- and environmental standards and offers its guests the very best comfort.
The AIDAblu is the fourth of a total of six new ships for AIDA Cruises and the seventh of the entire AIDA-fleet. Like her sisters she is 252 meters long and has a breadth of 32 meters
In March 2009, MEYER WERFT delivered the AIDAluna as the third of six club ships to AIDA Cruises. It is 252 meters long, has a width of 32 meters and has a measurement of 69.200 gross tons.
In terms of size, technology and comfort, the AIDAbella matches her sister AIDAdiva: She consists of 55 steel blocks, each weighing 450 tons – a true challenge for man and technology.
After MEYER WERFT delivered the AIDAdiva in April 2007 at the Reederei AIDA Cruises in Rostock, it was named in the port of Hamburg with an impressive lightshow.