ITTN’s Shane Cullen heads to sunny Spain to board TUI’s latest cruise ship, the Marella Voyager. A two-night stay onboard will reveal what this offering has for travellers seeking to sail away.
Marella Cruises Fleet
Marella Cruises has five ships in the fleet and from 2019, all sailings offered all-inclusive as standard. Tipping and service charges are included in TUI’s prices. Holidaymakers can also avail of TUI’s “Cruise & Stay” programme that combines a cruise with a stay at one of 200+ hand-picked hotels across eight destinations worldwide including from their range of TUI Blue and premium Platinum collection.
Official Launch of Marella Voyager
The official launch of Marella Voyager follows a multi-million-euro makeover. She will spend her first few months based out of Palma, Majorca, sailing the shining seas of the Mediterranean, before heading to Barbados for 2023’s winter season.
Managing Director of Marella Cruises
Managing Director of Marella Cruises, Chris Hackney, explains: “Marella Voyager offers even more choice, space and flexibility to customers with two new themed suite cabins, 17 restaurants including a Mexican restaurant called Abuela’s – the only one of its kind in the entire fleet, a food hall with eight eateries rolled into one and a brand-new Speakeasy Bar, The Exchange…
There’s something for everyone to enjoy onboard. Little cruisers will have the game-filled M Club space to enjoy different activities onboard, while older kids and teens can play game consoles and get involved with events in the Hideout area. Elsewhere, adults can unwind during a pampering session at the spa and beauty salon and the whole family can make the most of the crazy golf course and pool deck, including a large swimming pool and whirlpool baths.”
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