In summer 2018, we’ll be unveiling the latest addition to our fleet – and it’s the biggest one yet. Marella Explorer is stepping up to the plate, with more facilities than any of our other ships. This includes a bumper 10 restaurants and 10 bars, as well as an indoor cinema and a Sport & Family Deck. You can expect fleet favourites like Snack Shack and Kora La, plus brand new spaces like Indigo – a swanky bar, club and casino.
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It’s the sea views that make these cabins stand out. They're a sizeable 17m2, and you can make the most of them out on your furnished private balcony. Inside, there are two twin beds that convert into a queen-size one. If there are three of you, you’ll have a sofa bed, too. And the en suite bathroom lines up a shower and WC.
Single Inside Cabin►
Our Single Cabins are spot on for solo travellers. They come with twin beds that can be converted into a queen-size and an en suite with a shower and WC. They’re a big hit with cruisers travelling alone or friends who prefer their own cabin.
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You’ll feel like you’ve switched continents when you dine at this restaurant. Oriental-style lanterns and paintings are paired with a pan-Asian menu of curries and noodle dishes. You’ll pay a cover charge to eat here.
Tapas @ The Mediterranean►
You’ll be whisked to sunny Spain when you dine in this section of The Mediterranean. It specialises in tapas dishes – both for lunch and dinner.
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Indigo lays claim to the longest bar in the fleet. Flare demonstrations and cocktail-making sessions take place here. There’s also plenty of seating around the bar’s edge, where you can take in the 360-degree views – day or night.
A colour-changing feature bar, hot-pink piano and funky, ring-shaped seats take their place in this eye-catching lounge bar. You can admire the views, while listening to the soothing soundtrack of the live pianist.
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Marella Cruises has partnered with Champneys to bring you this state-of-the-art spa. Like at any other Champneys spa, you can book in for treatments, like facials, body wraps and massages, plus there’s a beauty salon. The spa doesn’t scrimp on size. In fact, it’s the biggest in the fleet – packing in a relaxation room, made-for-two suites and treatment cabins with hot tubs. There’s also an adults-only sauna with floor-to-ceiling windows and a steam room. Alternatively, you can work up a sweat with the sea in sight at the gym.
Practise your putt on this minigolf green. It’s right at the top of the ship on the Sports & Family Deck.