The AIDAperla stands in Hamburg Port on July 29, 2020 in Hamburg, Germany. (Photo: Morris MacMatzen, Getty Images)

German line AIDA Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corp., has moved up its restart date. The line plans to resume cruising in the Mediterranean on Oct. 17, it announced in a release provided by Roger Frizzell, Carnival Corp. spokesperson.

Wednesday’s decision comes on the heels of its sister line, and  its restart date to Nov. 1, canceling previously scheduled September and October cruises due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Instead of waiting until November, the line has announced new seven-day itineraries that will focus on Italy with departures in October. They plan to have ships leave from from Civitavecchia, which is

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