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Aida Diva in Madeira Island

AIDA DIVA IN FUNCHAL MADEIRA
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21.09.2007  Dauer: 9 Tage
Transeuropa: Mallorca, Malaga, Tanger, Madeira, La Palma, Gran Canaria, Teneriffa

29.09.2007  Dauer: 8 Tage
Kanaren - Madeira: Teneriffa, Madeira, La Palma, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Teneriffa...................14.04.2008

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Aida Diva, the first Sphinx class newbuilding of Aida Cruises, features some unconventional details, although the basic layout follows principles used in the earlier vessels of the company. The fitness and wellness facilities, including a bar, will be located above the bridge as is customary in most modern cruise liners, but these will be built around a “wellness oasis,” which itself is covered by a sliding glass roof. The 2,000sqm area features palm trees, cabana-style beds for relaxation and hammocks with a large Jacuzzi in the centre. The spa itself will feature 14 treatment rooms.There will be no theatre, but the main show facility and atrium will be merged as Theatrium into a three deck high space with a total floor area of 3,000sqm and a stage at the stern of the lowermost deck. Like in all previous ships built for the company, all public spaces will be on upper decks – the numbers 10 to 14 dedicated to public and outdoor space – with cabins on decks 4 to forward part of deck 10. Customarily in most modern cruise ships, public space with daytime activities in focus in located on upper decks and the rooms for mainly night time use at the promenade deck level. The 68,500 gross ton Aida Diva is under construction at the Meyer Werft in Germany and it will enter service in April 2007 with Aida Cruises, which is part of Carnival Corp & PLC.

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