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Marella Voyager launches this summer🛳️

Marella Cruises will soon be launching their newest ship, and there are many reasons why we think this would be a great choice for your next cruise. Setting sail for the first time in June this year, joining all the other ships in the fleet, Marella Voyager will offer all inclusive as standard as well as flights, transfers and tips included in the price too.

Published by
Lola·26/01/2023
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Why Marella Voyager

Marella Voyager has something for everyone including many great activities onboard such as crazy golf, a swimming pool with an event schedule, a photo studio and a cinema. There are shops, a west-end size theatre with 2 performances a night and 11 shows to pick from, and too many bars and restaurants to count on two hands. If fitness is your thing, there is a gym and a jogging track - afterwards, you could relax in the whirlpool baths or visit the spa and beauty salon, there is plenty for families onboard too.

Discount code & deposit options

With Marella Cruises you can currently save £300 per booking with code CRUISE300 on cruises departing from the 1st of May 2023 through to the 30th of April 2024.

You can also book your cruise with a deposit and payment plan.

Dining & drinks options

If you’re anything like us, one of our favourite things about being on holiday is getting to visit new restaurants and enjoy a cocktail or two. Marella Voyager will have you spoilt for choice on where to dine each day as there are 10 bars and a whopping 16 restaurant options to choose from.

Restaurants

  • Abuela’s - Mexican eatery open for lunch and dinner

  • Platter - Sharing boards with cheese, meat and veggie options and a great wine list. Open afternoon and evenings. (cover charge applies)

  • Snack Shack - Serving snacks on the pool deck

  • Vista - Italian restaurant, open in the evenings

  • The Kitchens - Food court with 8 dining options where you can enjoy many cuisines including a traditional roast dinner, Asian curry and Greek-style pittas

  • Surf & Turf Steakhouse - Steak, seafood, chicken and lamb dishes available (cover charge applies)

  • Latitude 53 - The main restaurant serving classic British dishes with waiter service

  • Silver Fork - Marella Voyage’s exclusive speciality restaurant (cover charge applies)

  • Nonna’s - Italian serving made-to-order pizzas and pasta dishes

  • Kora La - Speciality Asian restaurant (cover charge applies)

Bars

  • The Exchange - Exclusive cocktails, live music and immersive entertainment (cover charge applies)

  • Flutes - Champagne and Prosecco bar with ‘push for bubbles’ buttons

  • The Shack - Bar overlooking the pool deck, serving many drinks including frozen cocktails

  • The Arts House - Art-themed bar exclusive to Marella Voyager. Expect live music at night and shuffleboard and arts and crafts during the day

  • Squid & Anchor - A traditional British pub with live music, games shows and quizzes

  • Aperitif - Located near the speciality restaurants with a specialist gin and whisky menu

  • Broadway Show Lounge - Enjoy a beverage while watching one of the many theatre shows

  • The Summer House - Indoor space with a retractable roof serving Mexican cocktails and beers

  • Deck Bar - Enjoy a post-swim cocktail at the bar next to the pool

  • The Veranda - You can also chill out at The Veranda on Balinese beds with stunning views

  • The Electric Rooms - Bar, nightclub and casino offering a great drinks menu, an LED dance floor and many favourite casino games including blackjack and roulette

Where you can go

Marella Voyager currently has 11 different itineraries on sale. Depending on whether you set sail in the summer or the winter, you can begin your cruise in Palma, Majorca or Bridgetown, Barbados, and you can fly from a choice of 20 UK airports.

If you choose to cruise from Majorca, you can visit many stunning destinations such as Italy including Sardinia and Sicily, and France including Corsica, as well as Monaco, Gibraltar and various parts of Spain.

Cruises from Barbados, on the other hand, give you the opportunity to visit Guadeloupe, St Lucia, St Vincent, Trinidad & Tobago, Grenada, British Virgin Islands, St Maarten, St Kitts, Antigua, Dominica, Curaçao Island, Aruba and Bonaire, depending on which cruise you choose - phew, there are some amazing bucket-list destinations in this list.

You can add on a holiday after your cruise

As with most of Marella's cruises, when booking a holiday onboard Marella Voyager you have the option to book individual cruises, or you can choose a Cruise & Stay and add a stay at one of over 200 hotels to your cruise.

Depending on your cruise itinerary you can add on a holiday in either Majorca or Barbados, it’s a yes please to either of them in our book. And because you are already in the destination and require flights either way, then it can be a cheap way of adding a few extra days, or longer, to your trip away.