I saw one of the AIDA ships in St. Maarten when I was on the Oasis of the Seas (can't remember which one) and thought it was one of the coolest ships I've ever seen (love the paint job)!! I'd love to sail on one. I was wondering, are these ships/this line OK for North American (specifically Canadian) and English speaking cruisers? I only know a very little bit of German from taking it in high school. I don't want to go on a cruise where I can't communicate to any of my fellow passengers or the crew. What is the onboard atmosphere/nightlife like? What are the itineraries and where do they sail? I'm interested in the Caribbean. I tried looking at their website but it's all in German, not helpful.
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Norwegian Breakaway - January 2017
CARNIVAL: Vista (CJC and USI) - 2016 (B2B Part 2) Vista (IE) - 2016 Vista (TA) - 2016 Breeze - 2016 (B2B Part 2) Breeze - 2015/2016 Splendor - 2014 Breeze - 2013 (B2B2S Part 3) Imagination - 2013 (B2B2S Part 2) Imagination - 2013 Glory - 2013 Dream - 2012 (1st B2B Part 2) Dream - 2011/2012 Miracle - 2010/2011 (PLATINUM) Freedom - 2009 Valor - 2008 Victory - 2008 Conquest - 2008 Freedom - 2007/2008 Pride - 2007 Legend - 2006/2007 Victory - 2004 Imagination - 2003 (my Maiden Voyage!!!!)
ROYAL CARIBBEAN: Oasis - December 5th, 2009 (Maiden Voyage) Radiance - 2003
PRINCESS: Sun - 2006 Caribbean - 2005
CELEBRITY: Zenith - 2005
HOLLAND AMERICA: Nieuw Amsterdam (TA) - 2015 Eurodam - 2014/2015 Nieuw Amsterdam (TA) - 2012 Eurodam (TA) - Aug 2009 Eurodam - Dec 2008/Jan 2009
NORWEGIAN: Epic - 2014 Epic - 2012/2013
OTHER: Bluenose II - 2002 Scotia Prince - 2002
TA = Transatlantic
CJC = Carnival Journeys Cruise
IE = Inaugural Event
USI = United States Inaugural
20??/20?? = New Years Cruise
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