AIDAvita was launched in 2002. It targets youthful German speaking couples, singles and families looking for value, entertainment and casual dining. The 42,289 tonne ship has 10 passenger decks and carries 1,266 passengers and 389 crew.
There are 633 staterooms (in 16 different categories) from interior to suites. Staterooms measure from 150 to 185 square feet. All of the suites/cabins have twin beds convertible to a queen-size bed. Some cabins have extra beds to accommodate children and there are interconnected rooms for families.
There are two large main restaurants on board AIDAvita, both casual, open-seating buffets. Rossini is a specialty dinner-only restaurant offering five- and six-course menus and reservations are required.
AIDAvita’s Body & Soul Spa has treatment rooms, a relaxation area, saunas and ice walls. There is a fitness centre and a beauty salon for pedicure, manicure and barber/hairdresser services. AIDAvita has two pools, five hot tubs and a golf simulator.
AIDAvita is recommended for families with children. Kids are split into age groups: Seepferdchen (4-6 year olds), Delfine (7-9 year olds), Sharks (10-11 year olds), Orcas (12-13 year olds), and Teens (14-17 year olds). Each age group has a specific playroom and there is an activities program similar to a holiday camp.
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