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Cruise Ship Completes Refurbishment In Germany

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AidaVita which is a German-based vessel has just completed a multi-million dry dock which took place from March 25 – April 4, 2017. The upgrade took place at the Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven shipyard in Germany. In addition to the regular technical updates and maintenance areas were remodeled with a modern new look.

AidaVita now sails with a new chilled-out Beach Lounge, where AIDAvita’s guests will now be able to relax with a fabulous ocean view, while enjoying drinks or small culinary delicacies from the respective destinations. this new space replaces the old Waikiki Teens Lounge on Deck 10.

The ship has received improvements to help cope with colder Northern temperatures. This includes windbreaks and heaters at the Seaside Lounge and a new modern pool area which guests can enjoy in the lower temperatures. The ship’s hull has also had 9,000 liters of fresh new paint and 2,500 m² of carpet has been laid in public areas onboard.

AidaViat has now gone back into service and departed Hamburg for a short 5-day cruise to the UK and the Netherlands with over 1,000 passengers. The ship 42,300 gross tons and caters mainly to German guests.


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