We all like a party, but this is amazing. Is it the forerunner to the P&O Iona? We think it is, as you will see on our notes on the Helios class in our cruise ship menus. AIDA CRUISES – UK Chat here

Reading through the lists of ships owned by companies, which are all on menus on Doris Visits, you can see how ships evolve through their classes and how companies have copies of the same ship. Like there are at least 5 ships the same class as Britannia. We think the Nova is a great hint at what you can expect from the Iona. OK, so you might not get the Aida famous theatre in the round, with a round stage. It will be more conventional, and Carnival have said the hugely successful Limelight Club to stay. We have often featured the foreign language ships as great places to take children trying to learn a second language, (education and cruising)  and we have also explained the million dollar program Aida has to employ ROBOTS – yes Pepper Cruise Robots trawling the ship to help guests that speak three languages. Cruising is international. AIDA CRUISES – UK Chat hereFind your ship’s chat site + share your pictures + experiences to help othersBut we think 337 meters long, 42 meters wide, and looking like this is not a bad expect.

AIDA CRUISES – UK Chat here See the Float out and ship in close-up detail here

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