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Marella Voyager

Marella Voyager

launched 2023

tonnage 77,302

length 264 m

capacity 1,912

As the newest member of the Marella Cruises family, Marella Voyager’s facilities are going to be fresh out of the wrapper.

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Voyager Suite

If you want to go all out, book one of our Voyager Suites on Deck 10. Each one measures up to 49m2, with enough room for four people. They come with a sofa bed and two single beds, which can be combined into a queen-size number. In the bathroom, there’s a shower and a WC, while the furnished balcony flaunts a table, some chairs and some loungers.

This cabin comes with Premier Service benefits, which include breakfast in bed once per person per week, and a free pressing service – the latter’s perfect for when you want to look your best for the Captain’s cocktail night.

Executive Suite

With 49m2 of space, our Executive Suites are some of the biggest options available on Marella Voyager. They sleep up to four people. There’s a queen-size bed in the main bedroom, which also boasts a walk-in wardrobe. The living room is fitted with a double sofa bed, and opens out onto a balcony that has loungers, a table and some chairs.

This cabin comes with Premier Service benefits, which include breakfast in bed once per person per week, and a free pressing service – the latter’s perfect for when you want to look your best for the Captain’s cocktail night.

Junior Suite

The suites sleep up to three people, with two single beds that can combine into a queen-size option and a sofa bed. There’s also an en-suite with a shower and a WC. Head out onto the balcony, meanwhile, and you’ll find a table and some chairs.

This cabin comes with Premier Service benefits, which include breakfast in bed once per person per week, and a free pressing service – the latter’s perfect for when you want to look your best for the Captain’s cocktail night.

Family Balcony Cabin

There’s room for the whole pack in our Family Balcony Cabins. Size-wise, they’re 20m2, and sleep up to five people. Each one’s fitted with a double bed, a sofa bed and a fold-down bed. You’ve also got an en-suite bathroom with a shower and a WC, as well as a furnished balcony.

This cabin comes with Premier Service benefits, which include breakfast in bed once per person per week, and a free pressing service – the latter’s perfect for when you want to look your best for the Captain’s cocktail night.

Balcony Cabin – Large Balcony

These cabins give you everything you get from a balcony cabin, and throw a bigger balcony into the mix. They measure up at 16m2, while the balcony adds an extra 9m2 of space. This cabin type comes with two beds that can be put together to make a queen-size option, as well as an extra sofa bed. Plus, the en-suite sports a shower and a WC. 

Balcony Cabin

These cabins are perfect for taking in the sea views. Size-wise, they come in at 17m2, while the balcony adds another 5m2 for you to lounge on – it’s decked out with a table and two chairs. Inside, there are two twin beds that can convert into a queen-sized be, alongside a sofa bed. The en-suite, meanwhile, is fitted with a shower and WC. 

Outside Cabin

All of our Outside Cabins come with a porthole or a picture window. When it comes to size, they’re about 17m2, with two single beds that can be pushed together into a queen-size bed. There’s an en-suite with a shower and a WC. Just so you know, the ship has Outside Cabins that come with extra fold-down beds, too – ideal for parties of four.  

Family Inside Cabin

These cabins measure 19m2 and sleep up to five. They come with an area with a fixed double bed and a sliding door partition, which leads to a double sofa bed and a single fold-down bed. In the bathroom, meanwhile, you’ll find a WC and a shower.

Inside Cabin

These cabins measure up at around 16m2. You’ve got two single beds that can be converted into a queen bed, as well as an en-suite bathroom with a shower and a WC. Just so you know, the ship has Inside Cabins that come with extra fold-down beds, too – ideal for parties of four.  

Single Outside Cabin

These cabins are spot on for solo travellers. They come with twin beds that can be combined into a queen-size option, as well as an en-suite with a shower and WC. What’s more, they’ve got the added bonus of a picture window, so you can take in the sea views. They’re usually booked by cruisers travelling alone or friends who prefer their own cabin. 

Single Inside Cabin

Our Single Inside Cabins are perfect for solo travellers. Each one’s fitted with two single beds – which can be combined into a single queen-size bed – as well as an en-suite with a shower and a WC.  

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Deck 12

Deck 11

Deck 10

Deck 9

Deck 8

Deck 7

Deck 6

Deck 5

Deck 4

Latitude 53

Latitude 53 is the ship’s main restaurant, and it’s spread across two storeys. It’s all waiter service here, and the floor-to-ceiling windows mean the views are top class. Menu-wise, expect a selection of classic British dishes.

Vista

Vista is nestled in Latitude 53, on Deck 5. In the evening, it changes into a classy Italian restaurant, complete with a menu of regional dishes made with authentic ingredients.

Self Service Buffet

You can help yourself to a variety of globe-trotting picks at this buffet.

Nonna’s

At Nonna’s, you can tuck in to made-to-order pizza and pasta dishes – plus many more Italian picks – for lunch and dinner.

Snack Shack

The Snack Shack is just the ticket for bites to eat by the pool. It’s nestled on the pool deck, and serves light options and grab ‘n’ go snacks throughout the day.

Mexican Restaurant

This eatery’s open for lunch and dinner, and lines up a menu of classic Mexican options made with authentic ingredients.

Speciality Restaurant

This one-of-a-kind restaurant is going to be exclusive to Marella Voyager. Stay tuned for more information about what will be on offer here.

Kora La

A firm Marella Cruises favourite, this swanky eatery offers up a selection of pan-Asian dishes for you to tuck in to. Just so you’re aware, this is one of the ship’s specialty restaurants, so there’s a charge to dine here – we recommend making a reservation in advance.

Surf & Turf

True to its name, the menu at this specialty restaurant includes the likes of steak, seafood, chicken and lamb dishes, as well as a long list of sides. Just so you know, there’s a charge to dine here, and we recommend making a reservation in advance.

Sushi Bar

Here, sushi, sashimi and nigiri are prepared right in front of your eyes. Plus, it also serves things like dim sum, cooked dishes and desserts. This is one of Marella Voyager’s specialty restaurants, meaning there’s a charge to dine here – we recommend making a reservation in advance.

The Coffee Port

The Coffee Port is your one-stop shop for hot drinks and sweet treats. Luxurious Lavazza coffee is on the menu, alongside a selection of cakes, pastries and other confectionaries. Please note, drinks from the menu here are only included as part of our Premium Drinks Package.

Broadway Show Lounge

When it comes to size, our Broadway Show Lounge can go toe-to-toe with a West-End theatre. The shows themselves are well worth a shout out, as well – there are 12 in total, with two performances per night.

Squid & Anchor

The Squid & Anchor is styled to look like a traditional British pub, and lines up a drinks offering to match. In the evening, you can enjoy everything from live bands and musicians to interactive game shows and quizzes.

Aperitif

You’ll find this drinking spot near a few of the ship’s specialty restaurants, making it a perfect pick for a pre-dinner drink. It also boasts a specialist gin and whiskey menu.

Speakeasy Bar

This bar’s got a hidden-away feel to it, and once you find it you won’t want to leave. Expect a full drinks menu with all the usuals, including wines, beers and cocktails.

The Atrium Bar

If quiet drinks and laidback tunes are your idea of a good time, head to the Atrium Bar. Here, you can sip on a tipple or two while the live pianist fills the air with some low-key tunes.

Bar, Club & Casino

This place is up on Deck 12, and has everything you need to keep the good times going after dark. The drinks menu at the bar has something for everyone, the club boasts a disco-ball-fitted dancefloor, and the casino counts blackjack and roulette among its featured games tables.

Bar

This watering hole is near the back of the ship, with floor-to-ceiling windows that line up top-drawer sea views. It’s got an outdoor section – ideal for al fresco lounging – and a drinks menu that flaunts all the familiar faces.

Deck Bar

The Deck Bar’s rooted next to the pool, making it the ideal watering hole for a post-swim cocktail.

Broad Street Shops

Our onboard shops have everything from classy jewellery to in-fashion perfume on the shelves. You can get your hands on plenty of souvenirs, too.

Photo Studio

At the photo studio, you can schedule a professional photoshoot with one of our onboard photographers. There are kiosks dotted around the ship, too, where you can view and buy any pictures that are taken during your session.

Bar 53

You’ll find Bar 53 right by the main dining room, so it’s the ideal place to grab a few pre-dinner drinks.

The Shack

This drinking hole looks out over the pool deck, and features a drinks menu of soft drinks, classic alcoholic options and frozen cocktails.

The Cinema

The cinema on Marella Voyager is an indoor number, and screens a variety of Hollywood classics and the latest releases throughout the day. Evening screens are also on the cards here.

Spa & Beauty Salon

The treatment menu at the spa includes all the usuals, from massages and manicures to pedicures and facials. The beauty salon, meanwhile, is the place to go for a full makeover.

Gym

You can work up a sweat with a sea-view backdrop at the gym. It has everything you need for a full-body workout, including strength-training gear and cardio machines.

Pool

A lot of the action onboard Marella Voyager takes place around the pool. You can enjoy a relaxing soak here, and get involved with the daily entertainment schedule.

Whirlpools

You’ll find two whirlpools next to the outdoor pool. Each one’s fitted with water jets – perfect for muscle-melting dips.

The Veranda

You’ll find The Veranda at the front of the ship, with a selection of Balinese beds for you to kick back on. It’s in a spot that serves up first-class views, and the call-for-drinks buttons give the place a luxe feel.

Minigolf

Work on your putting skills during a round on this course. You’ll find it right at the top of the ship.

Jogging Track

The jogging track is on the top deck, meaning you can count your steps and enjoy some fresh air while taking in some of the best sea views on offer on Marella Voyager.

COVID-19

For all information on our COVID-19 rules and procedures, please visit our dedicated Hub: Cruise With Confidence

Disabled Facilities

If you’re planning a cruise and have a disability, use a wheelchair, have special dietary needs, a sensory impairment or are undergoing medical treatment, you must let Marella know when making your booking. Failure in doing this may result in you being refused boarding on arrival at the ship. For more information please contact Marella’s Customer Welfare Team. If you plan to use a wheelchair onboard and require adapted facilities you must book a specially adapted cabin. All of Marella shops have at least four of these cabins. These cabins may only be booked by those who require adapted facilities. If you plan to use your wheelchair onboard but do not require adapted facilities, please contact the Customer Welfare Team to make sure an appropriate cabin type can be selected. If you need your wheelchair – either standard or battery operated – when you’re ashore, Marella will look after it for you at the gangway so it’s there when you need it. But you will have to be able to manage the gangway without it. In ports where a tender to shore is necessary, you’ll have to stay onboard if you can’t manage without your wheelchair. At other times, depending on the port and the tides , it may not be possible for you to leave the ship at all due to gangway access. Some excursions may not be suitable for the less mobile. Marella Cruises have teamed up with AccessAble, who have created detailed access guides for each of our ships. Visit their website to find out more: https://www.accessable.co.uk/marella-cruises

Dietary Requirements

If you’ve got any dietary requirements, please make sure you mention it when you book by contacting our Customer Welfare Team on 020 3451 2585. Then let the restaurant manager know once you’re onboard. We also provide vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and diabetic-friendly options on request. If you need to bring your own food for medical reasons, please let us know in advance so we can ensure we have the correct facilities in place to store and prepare this. There may be some requests we aren’t able to accommodate, so it’s important you let us know when you book your cruise.

Age Restrictions

• Minimum age to sail – 6m+ 6 months on most cruises
• Minimum age to sail alone – 18+ Passengers must be 18 or over to travel alone
• Minimum age for separate cabin – 13+ or 18+ If you have more than one cabin that is adjacent or opposite each other, then children up to 13 must be accompanied, if the cabin is separate then under 18’s must be accompanied
• Minimum age to leave the ship on your own – 18+ Passengers must be 18 or older to go on a ship-sponsored excursion on their own
• Minimum age to be left onboard alone – 16+ Parents/guardians must accompany children under 16 whilst the ship is in port
• Casino, slot machines, bingo – 18+ Passengers must be 18 years or older to use these facilities
• Spa & Gym – 16+ Passengers must be 16 years or older to use these facilities
• Adult Only Spaces – 18+ Passengers must be 18 years or older to use these spaces
• Hot Tubs, Sauna and Steam Rooms – 13+ Passengers between the ages of 13-16 years must have adult supervision to use these facilities, but those over the age of 16 may use them unaccompanied. 

All Inclusive Drinks Package

All Marella cruises give you All Inclusive as standard, here’s the full list of what’s included:

  • Selected draught beer and cider A range of spirits and aperitifs, including lots of big brands 
  • Selected wine and Prosecco by the glass 
  • A selection of cocktails, from Long Island Iced Tea to Pimm’s and lemonade 
  • Selected soft drinks by the glass including mocktails and fruit juice.

You can upgrade to the Premium All Inclusive package and get these extras…

  • Upgraded cocktails, such as Mojitos and Aperol Spritz’s
  • Premium gins, vodkas, rums and tequilas, including Bombay Sapphire and Absolut Vodka 
  • Cans of soft drink 
  • More choice of whiskies, brandies and Cognacs 
  • All drinks from The Coffee Port menu, which are made with premium Lavazza coffee

Dress Code

The dress code policy’s easily broken down into Beachwear, Casual and Smart. The first is a ‘come as you are’ affair, so bikinis and trunks get the thumbs up, plus we ask that you wear something on your feet for safety reasons. Meanwhile, Casual speaks for itself – we’re talking tops and shorts or a sundress. Then you’ve got Smart, which is when you’ll need to dress up a bit. Put your sports or swimwear away, and opt for trousers, smart tailored shorts or a skirt or dress, a shirt or polo shirt and smart shoes, so no trainers or flip flops. If you want to add a jacket or tie, that’s up to you. But the Dress to Impress nights give you the chance to get really suited and booted. Each of the restaurants onboard has a dress code, and this can differ depending on the time of day, but they’ll always let you know.

Medical Centre

Each of our ships has a medical centre and we have an English-speaking doctor and nurses on board who keep surgery hours. The opening hours are in Cruise News, plus there’s a 24-hour emergency service you can call by dialling 999 from your cabin phone. Just so you know, there’s a fee for using the medical centre, getting prescriptions and follow-up visits, which will be charged to your onboard account.

Smoking Policy

On the Marella Cruise Ships you can smoke in designated areas on deck, this is the case for e-cigarettes also.

Destination Services

The Destination Services team can talk to you about our ports of call, help you decide which excursions are right for you, and book you onto your next Marella Cruises holiday

Wi-Fi Packages

We have designated Wi-Fi zones onboard. Internet access is charged to your cabin account at the rate advertised onboard. Mobiles can be used – make sure to check with your provider for charges in each country and in international waters, which applies when the ship’s at sea. There are telephones in each cabin, too, so it’s easy to stay in touch with people back home. If you’re pairing your cruise with a stay in one of our hotels, we’ll let you know which places have free Wi-Fi – just look out for the special logo

Navigate

Ever wanted to book a slot at the spa, the casino, or your favourite onboard restaurant without leaving your cabin or sunbed? Well, there’s an app for that – it’s called Navigate. Our onboard app is like having your own personal cruise planner in the palm of your hand, and you can use it to manage lots of different aspects of your cruise. When you embark on a Marella Cruise you’ll have access to Navigate which can help you with everything from watching the safety video, to accessing your onboard account, booking shore excursions, restaurants, spa treatments and much much more. If you need any more information or assistance with this then head to Reception onboard and they’ll be happy to help.

Awards

On a Marella cruise, you’ll always find a warm and welcoming atmosphere, from the moment you step onboard, wherever we sail. Our friendly staff will remember your name, as well as your favourite cocktail. And in the restaurants, we’re just as well-versed in local specialities as we are in decent cups of tea. In fact, we’ve been endorsed with the Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended stamp of approval. A massive 90% of our customers said the service was very good or excellent – and were impressed by how staff recognised them on a return visit. We picked up the prize for Best Cruise Line for Value at the 2019 Cruise Critic Editor’s Choice Awards. We’ve also picked up numerous awards at the Cruise Critic 2019 Cruisers Choice Awards, including Best Entertainment on Marella Discovery. Most recently in 2021 Marella won the Marine Interior Design of the Year Award for the refit of The Glass House on Marella Discovery in the Seatrade Cruise Awards.

Onboard Experience

If you have any questions regarding Marella Cruises’ onboard experience, try visiting the designated page on our website

https://www.tui.co.uk/cruise/onboard-experience/

Other Details

Gratuities: Marella Cruises don’t think tips and service charges should cost you extra, so they’ve included them in the price. You’re not expected to tip any of their crew – unless you want to, of course.

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