7 Nights Holiday

Highlights Of The Mediterranean

  • 7 Nights
  • People: 4
  • Norway

Marella Discovery comes with an impressive list of facilities, like an outdoor cinema, rock climbing wall, mini-golf course, five-storey atrium and an indoor pool.

Introduction

Marella Discovery is the sister ship to Marella Discovery 2, so you can expect nearly all of the same facilities, such as a fantastic dining scene and a show lounge to rival the West End. Top highlights include seven bars and eight restaurants, plus an outdoor cinema and a five-storey atrium. Families are well catered for on this ship. Family Suites and Family Junior Suites are kitted out with a chalkboard and a PlayStation 4, plus there’s a rock climbing wall, a minigolf course and two pools onboard, one of which is indoors.
  • Day 1

    Palma de Mallorca 6th May 2025

    If you look north of the cathedral (La Seu, or the seat of the bishopric, to Mallorcans) on a map of the city of Palma, you can see around the Plaça Santa Eulàlia a jumble of tiny streets that made up the earliest settlement. Farther out, a ring of wide boulevards traces the fortifications built by the Moors to defend the larger city that emerged by the 12th century. The zigzags mark the bastions that jutted out at regular intervals. By the end of the 19th century, most of the walls had been demolished; the only place where you can still see the massive defenses is at Ses Voltes, along the seafront west of the cathedral.A torrent (streambed) used to run through the middle of the old city, dry for most of the year but often a raging flood in the rainy season. In the 17th century it was diverted to the east, along the moat that ran outside the city walls. Two of Palma's main arteries, La Rambla and the Passeig d'es Born, now follow the stream's natural course. The traditional evening paseo (promenade) takes place on the Born.If you come to Palma by car, park in the garage beneath the Parc de la Mar (the ramp is just off the highway from the airport, as you reach the cathedral) and stroll along the park. Beside it run the huge bastions guarding the Almudaina Palace; the cathedral, golden and massive, rises beyond. Where you exit the garage, there's a ceramic mural by the late Catalan artist and Mallorca resident Joan Miró, facing the cathedral across the pool that runs the length of the park.If you begin early enough, a walk along the ramparts at Ses Voltes from the mirador beside the cathedral is spectacular. The first rays of the sun turn the upper pinnacles of La Seu bright gold and then begin to work their way down the sandstone walls. From the Parc de la Mar, follow Avinguda Antoni Maura past the steps to the palace. Just below the Plaça de la Reina, where the Passeig d'es Born begins, turn left on Carrer de la Boteria into the Plaça de la Llotja (if the Llotja itself is open, don't miss a chance to visit—it's the Mediterranean's finest Gothic-style civic building). From there stroll through the Plaça Drassana to the Museu d'Es Baluard, at the end of Carrer Sant Pere. Retrace your steps to Avinguda Antoni Maura. Walk up the Passeig d'es Born to Plaça Joan Carles I, then right on Avenida de La Unió.
  • Day 3

    Ajaccio, Corsica 8th May 2025

    Considered Corsica’s primary commercial and cultural hub, the largest city and regional capital of Ajaccio is situated on the west coast of the island, approximately 644 km (400 miles) southeast of Marseille, France. Founded in 1492, vestiges of ancient Corsica in this ville impériale revolve around the city’s most famous son, Napoléon Bonaparte, whose family home—now the national museum Maison Bonaparte—pays tribute to the emperor’s historical influence.Remnants from what was originally a 12th-century Genoese colony are still visible around the Old Town near the imposing citadel and watchtower. Perfect for exploring, the luminous seaside city surrounded by snowcapped mountains and pretty beaches offers numerous sites, eateries, side streets, and a popular harbor, where sailboats and fishing vessels moor in the picturesque Tino Rossi port lined with well-established restaurants and cafés serving fresh local fare.
  • Day 4

    Civitavecchia 9th May 2025

    Italy's vibrant capital lives in the present, but no other city on earth evokes its past so powerfully. For over 2,500 years, emperors, popes, artists, and common citizens have left their mark here. Archaeological remains from ancient Rome, art-stuffed churches, and the treasures of Vatican City vie for your attention, but Rome is also a wonderful place to practice the Italian-perfected il dolce far niente, the sweet art of idleness. Your most memorable experiences may include sitting at a caffè in the Campo de' Fiori or strolling in a beguiling piazza.
  • Day 5

    Livorno 10th May 2025

    Livorno is a gritty city with a long and interesting history. In the early Middle Ages it alternately belonged to Pisa and Genoa. In 1421 Florence, seeking access to the sea, bought it. Cosimo I (1519–74) started construction of the harbor in 1571, putting Livorno on the map. After Ferdinando I de' Medici (1549–1609) proclaimed Livorno a free city, it became a haven for people suffering from religious persecution; Roman Catholics from England and Jews and Moors from Spain and Portugal, among others, settled here. The Quattro Mori (Four Moors), also known as the Monument to Ferdinando I, commemorates this. (The statue of Ferdinando I dates from 1595, the bronze Moors by Pietro Tacca from the 1620s.)In the following centuries, and particularly in the 18th, Livorno boomed as a port. In the 19th century the town drew a host of famous Britons passing through on their grand tours. Its prominence continued up to World War II, when it was heavily bombed. Much of the town's architecture, therefore, postdates the war, and it's somewhat difficult to imagine what it might have looked like before. Livorno has recovered from the war, however, as it's become a huge point of departure for container ships, as well as the only spot in Tuscany for cruise ships to dock for the day.Most of Livorno's artistic treasures date from the 17th century and aren't all that interesting unless you dote on obscure baroque artists. Livorno's most famous native artist, Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920), was of much more recent vintage. Sadly, there's no notable work by him in his hometown.There may not be much in the way of art, but it's still worth strolling around the city. The Mercato Nuovo, which has been around since 1894, sells all sorts of fruits, vegetables, grains, meat, and fish. Outdoor markets nearby are also chock-full of local color. The presence of Camp Darby, an American military base just outside town, accounts for the availability of many American products.If you have time, Livorno is worth a stop for lunch or dinner at the very least.
  • Day 6

    Saint-Raphaël 11th May 2025

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  • Day 7

    Barcelona 12th May 2025

    The infinite variety of street life, the nooks and crannies of the medieval Barri Gòtic, the ceramic tile and stained glass of Art Nouveau facades, the art and music, the throb of street life, the food (ah, the food!)—one way or another, Barcelona will find a way to get your full attention. The capital of Catalonia is a banquet for the senses, with its beguiling mix of ancient and modern architecture, tempting cafés and markets, and sun-drenched Mediterranean beaches. A stroll along La Rambla and through waterfront Barceloneta, as well as a tour of Gaudí's majestic Sagrada Famíliaand his other unique creations, are part of a visit to Spain's second-largest city. Modern art museums and chic shops call for attention, too. Barcelona's vibe stays lively well into the night, when you can linger over regional wine and cuisine at buzzing tapas bars.
  • Day 8

    Palma de Mallorca 13th May 2025

    If you look north of the cathedral (La Seu, or the seat of the bishopric, to Mallorcans) on a map of the city of Palma, you can see around the Plaça Santa Eulàlia a jumble of tiny streets that made up the earliest settlement. Farther out, a ring of wide boulevards traces the fortifications built by the Moors to defend the larger city that emerged by the 12th century. The zigzags mark the bastions that jutted out at regular intervals. By the end of the 19th century, most of the walls had been demolished; the only place where you can still see the massive defenses is at Ses Voltes, along the seafront west of the cathedral.A torrent (streambed) used to run through the middle of the old city, dry for most of the year but often a raging flood in the rainy season. In the 17th century it was diverted to the east, along the moat that ran outside the city walls. Two of Palma's main arteries, La Rambla and the Passeig d'es Born, now follow the stream's natural course. The traditional evening paseo (promenade) takes place on the Born.If you come to Palma by car, park in the garage beneath the Parc de la Mar (the ramp is just off the highway from the airport, as you reach the cathedral) and stroll along the park. Beside it run the huge bastions guarding the Almudaina Palace; the cathedral, golden and massive, rises beyond. Where you exit the garage, there's a ceramic mural by the late Catalan artist and Mallorca resident Joan Miró, facing the cathedral across the pool that runs the length of the park.If you begin early enough, a walk along the ramparts at Ses Voltes from the mirador beside the cathedral is spectacular. The first rays of the sun turn the upper pinnacles of La Seu bright gold and then begin to work their way down the sandstone walls. From the Parc de la Mar, follow Avinguda Antoni Maura past the steps to the palace. Just below the Plaça de la Reina, where the Passeig d'es Born begins, turn left on Carrer de la Boteria into the Plaça de la Llotja (if the Llotja itself is open, don't miss a chance to visit—it's the Mediterranean's finest Gothic-style civic building). From there stroll through the Plaça Drassana to the Museu d'Es Baluard, at the end of Carrer Sant Pere. Retrace your steps to Avinguda Antoni Maura. Walk up the Passeig d'es Born to Plaça Joan Carles I, then right on Avenida de La Unió.
  • Deck 11

    • Kora La
    • Sushi Bar
    • Bar Eleven
    • Surf and Turf Steakhouse

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  • Deck 10

    • The Wall
    • Minigolf
    • Jogging Track
    • Deck Bar
    • Baby Centre
    • Gamer Zone
    • M Club
    • Hideout
    • Observatory Deck

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  • Deck 9

    • The Veranda
    • Oceans Spa & Beauty Salon
    • Oceans Gym
    • The Glass House
    • Indoor Pool
    • Snack Shack
    • Whirlpools
    • Main Pool
    • Movies by Moonlight
    • Deck Bar
    • Islands

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  • Deck 8

    • Royal Suite
    • Executive Suites
    • Family Suites
    • Family Junior Suite
    • Grand Suites
    • Junior Suites
    • Deluxe Cabins
    • Inside Plus Cabins
    • Inside Cabins

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  • Deck 7

    • Deluxe Cabins
    • Deluxe Balcony Cabins
    • Inside Plus Cabins
    • Adapted Inside Cabins
    • Inside Cabins

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  • Deck 6

    • The Coffee Port
    • Balcony Cabin
    • Deluxe Balcony Cabins
    • Inside Cabins

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  • Deck 5

    • Gallery 47°
    • Destination Services
    • Photo Gallery
    • Reception
    • Broad Street Shops
    • Squid and Anchor

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  • Deck 4

    • Broadway Show Lounge
    • 47°
    • Atrium
    • Atrium Bar
    • Live Room
    • Live Casino 

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  • Deck 3

    • Outside Cabins
    • Single Outside Cabins
    • Inside Cabins
    • Single Inside Cabins

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  • Deck 2

    • Outside Cabins
    • Inside Cabins
    • Adapted Inside Cabin
    • Single Outside Cabin

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  • Islands

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    Big buffet spreads are laid out in this restaurant, with show-cooking stations on-hand to offer things like breakfast omelettes, and carvery roasts in the evening. You can grab snacks in between meals, too.

    Experience: complimentary

    Food: buffet

  • Gallery 47°

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    ou’ll find this trendy Italian restaurant on the second floor of the ship’s main dining room, 47°. It’s a laid-back place, where bookings aren’t necessary, and its designer look features a colour scheme inspired by the sunset. As for what’s on the menu, you can expect authentic Italian dishes, including regional favourites.

    Experience: complimentary

    Food: italian

  • 47°

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    Marella Discovery’s main eatery is a big, stylish venue, finished in the colours of the sand and the sea. Daytime meals here come with a side-order of sea views, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, and a grand double staircase leads up to a separate eatery. It also hosts The Great Musical Afternoon Tea*. This weekly event brings the West End to Marella Cruises, with dishes inspired by famous musicals – like the ‘Vietnamese Melody’ beef tenderloin yakitori and the ‘On My Own’ petit choux. There are six teas to choose from, as well as a cocktail of your choice. Plus, the whole place is decorated with show posters and memorabilia. Just so you know, The Great Musical Afternoon Tea is a chargeable event.

    Experience: cover

    Food: classic

  • The Glass House

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    This place has recently been restyled to look like a trendy beach club, complete with couple-sized Balinese beds. The food offering, meanwhile, has two personalities. By day, it deals in deli-style light bites, including rotisserie-style chicken, salads and paninis. Come sundown, the venue lines up the likes of tapas platters, sharing boards and globe-trotting meat skewers.

    Experience: cover

    Food: tapas

  • Snack Shack

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    Festival food stalls and iconic British beach huts provided the inspiration for this grab ‘n’ go eatery. That means you can pick up things like bacon butties for breakfast, and sweet chilli chicken wings, salads and focaccia sandwiches in the afternoon.

    Experience: complimentary

    Food: casual

  • Kora La

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    Our signature pan-Asian speciality restaurant makes an appearance onboard Marella Discovery. You'll find dishes created by renowned chef Ian Pengelley such as his duck and watermelon salad. The menu covers off south and east Asia, featuring dishes like Indian spiced king prawns, and Indonesian beef rendang curry. This is one of the ship's speciality restaurants, so there's a charge to dine here – plus, we recommend you make a reservation in advance.

    Experience: cover

    Food: asian

  • Surf & Turf Steakhouse

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    As its name suggests, this speciality restaurant majors in the likes of marbled steaks and meaty lobster tails. You’ve also got other meat and fish options, as well as plenty to satisfy a vegetarian palate. This is one of the ship's speciality restaurants, so there's a charge to dine here – plus, we recommend you make a reservation in advance.

    Experience: cover

    Food: surf_turf

  • Sushi Bar

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    Spicy tuna rolls, salmon sashimi and seabass nigiri are all on the menu at this sushi bar, which is tucked inside Kora La. Plus, you can wash it down with beers from all over Asia – think Tiger and Singha. This is one of the ship's speciality restaurants, so there's a charge to dine here – plus, we recommend you make a reservation in advance.

    Experience: cover

    Food: sushi

  • The Coffee Port

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    This contemporary coffeehouse is perfect for enjoying a Lavazza cappuccino and a slice of cake while you recharge your batteries. You’ll also find a library and a selection of board games. Please note, the drinks from the menu here are only included as part of the Premium All Inclusive package.

    Experience: cover

    Food: cafe

  • Room Service

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    Feeling peckish but don’t want to leave the comfort of your cabin? Take a look at our room service menu. You can order all sorts of snacks and drinks, from triple-stacked club sandwiches to steaming cups of hot chocolate.

    Experience: cover

    Food: room

  • Live Room

    Marella Discovery’s flagship watering hole is our most spacious and modern yet, and houses our biggest selection of on-tap beers. Expect the atmosphere to build pace as the hours draw in – evenings might start with the sounds of our signature yellow piano, and end with the sounds of dancefloor classics.

    Type: Bar

  • Live Casino

    The stylish casino is open until late, and features electronic roulette, blackjack tables and fruit machines. If you’re a beginner, ask the croupiers about getting some lessons in. You’ve also got the entertainment – and the bar – in the Live Room to accompany you while you’re having a flutter. Charges apply here.

    Type: Casino

  • Broadway Show Lounge

    Plush seating and an 800-plus capacity give the ship’s main entertainment venue professional credentials. We have 11 unique shows, including West End to Broadway, an on-stage spectacular showcasing all your favourite musical theatre classics.

    Type: Lounge

  • Bar Eleven

    A position on the highest point on deck 11 – where the bar gets its name from – means that drinks in this lounge come with the ship’s best sea views. It’s a contemporary cocktail bar by evening, transforming into a late-night disco as the hours pass.

    Type: Bar

  • The Atrium

    The heart of each ship is taken over by a spectacular five-storey atrium. Think panoramic windows, mood lighting, and Willy Wonka-esque glass lifts. Low-key entertainment is held here, with an agenda that includes cabaret performances and cocktails with the Captain.

    Type: Atrium

  • Atrium Bar

    Grab a seat – and a glass of bubbles – at this classy bar, and you’ll have a great view of the entertainment in the atrium.

    Type: Bar

  • Squid and Anchor

    If you’re craving a taste of home, our pub at sea should do the trick. It’s a modern take on a typical British boozer and, as such, you can expect entertainment like pub quizzes and game shows.

    Type: Bar

  • Breakout Challenge

    In this real-life room escape game, you'll need to work as a team to find clues and solve puzzles before the time runs out. A charge applies for this activity.

    Type: Games Room

  • Pure Portrait Studio

    Drop by the Pure Portrait Studio, and you can book in for a classic indoor photo shoot, or a more fun-filled session on the deck.

    Type: Studio

  • Broad Street Shops

    The onboard boutiques are open when the ship’s at sea, and stock a great range of duty-free products.

    Type: Shop

  • Movies by Moonlight

    Our open-air cinema lets you watch classic movies and the latest box office hits under the stars.

    Type: Cinema

  • Deck Bar

    These sociable spots tick the box for cold drinks in between dips.

    Type: Bar

  • Gamerzone

    This fun, interactive space has games consoles for adults and children.

    Type: Games Room

  • Memories Gallery

    Head to the gallery to pick up photos of your time on the ship. You can also view and buy pictures via our kiosks, which use state-of-the-art facial recognition. For a special take-home, ask the photographer for a private shoot.

    Type: Photographers

  • The Veranda

    This just-for-adults sunbathing area is located at the back of the ship, so you can relax with views of the horizon.

    Type: Sun Deck

  • Reception

    We’re open around the clock for anything you need.

    Type: Reception

  • Gamer Zone

    Drop by the Pure Portrait Studio, and you can book in for a classic indoor photo shoot, or a more fun-filled session on the deck.

    Type: Games Room

  • Oceans Spa & Beauty Salon

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    If you fancy getting glammed up for the weekly Dress to Impress night, pop in to the salon for a manicure or hair up-do. Alternatively, spoil yourself in the spa – it’s got a string of treatment cabins where you can indulge in a full-body massage or a rejuvenating facial. Just so you know, all treatments are chargeable.

    Type: Spa

  • Oceans Gym

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    Enjoy a workout in the fleet’s largest gym, before working up an even bigger sweat in the sauna.

    Type: Gym

  • The Wall

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    Brave the heights of the rock-climbing wall, and get a bird’s-eye view of the ship and the ocean.

    Type: Gym

  • Main Pool

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    An open-air pool with loungers lined up along the water’s edge, while music and quizzes keep the atmosphere up.

    Type: Pool

  • Indoor Pool

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    The indoor pool comes with a huge glass canopy roof, and rows of comfortable loungers.

    Type: Pool

  • Whirlpools

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    You’ll find four relaxing whirlpool baths on Deck 9.

    Type: Whirlpool/Jacuzzi

  • Jogging Track

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    Take in the scenic views while burning some calories on a run around the Jogging Track on deck 10.

    Type: Jogging or Walking Track

  • Hideout

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    Teens get their very own karaoke booth at this hangout spot, which is conveniently located by Gamer Zone.

    Type: Young Teen (13 - 15)

  • M Club

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    The accredited staff at M Club, Marella Cruises onboard kids’ club do a brilliant job keeping youngsters entertained. There’s messy time with arts and crafts, dressing-up, movie nights and pyjama parties, as well as feature games from M Crew – characters exclusive to Marella Cruises. Trips to the bridge to high-five the captain and behind-the-scenes backstage tours may also make the line-up. The M Club is for children ages 3 to 11 and best of all, the club is free.

    Type: Age 3

  • Baby Centre

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    If you’ve got tots in tow, there’s a dedicated space where you can go to feed and entertain them. And you can take them along to our free Babytainment classes, which pack in everything from nursery rhymes to baby ballet.

    Type: Under 12 Months

  • Breakout Challenge

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    In this real-life room escape game, you’ll need to work as a team to find clues and solve puzzles before the time runs out. A charge applies here.

    Type: Young Teen (13 - 15)

  • The Wall

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    Brave the heights of the rock-climbing wall, and get a bird’s-eye view of the ship and the ocean.

    Type: Young Teen (13 - 15)

  • Minigolf

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    Take the whole family to the minigolf green for an afternoon of fun. It’s got nine holes and widescreen sea views.

    Type: Young Teen (13 - 15)

  • Babytainment

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    Activity-wise, we’ve not forgotten about our youngest guests. While children head to the kids’ club, you can take your under-threes along to our new Babytainment classes for parents and babies. Each free session brings something different to the table, from nursery rhyme sing-alongs to baby ballet. They’re educational, too – take Sing & Sign, for instance, where little ones can follow in the footsteps of Mr Tumble from CBeebies, by learning Makaton sign language. The sessions take place all year round, with at least one per day

    Type: Children's Activity

  • Royal Suite

    Royal Suite Cabin with Balcony and Suite Service

    The most luxurious cabin has been newly refurbished and measures up at a huge 92m². It sleeps up to four, and comes with a separate living room with a sofa-bed, a bedroom with a king-size bed, and an en suite with a WC and a shower. Swish extras come in the form of a baby grand piano and a whirlpool bath. Expect plenty of light courtesy of glass doors that open onto a balcony. When you book a cabin with Suite service included, you can look forward to one continental breakfast in bed per person per week, and a free pressing service for up to three items during your stay. On top of that, you’ll have a coffee machine, slippers, a dressing gown, upgraded toiletries and a pillow menu in your cabin.

  • Executive Suite

    Executive Suite Cabin with Balcony and Suite Service

    There are five newly refurbished Executive Suites, which sleep four, and come with a separate living area with a queen-size sofa-bed, a queen-size bed, and an en suite with a WC, shower and bath. You can soak up the sea views from the comfort of your private balcony, it's got glass doors, which let in plenty of light. Executive Suites are spacious, measuring in at 47m². When you book a cabin with Suite service included, you can look forward to one continental breakfast in bed per person per week, and a free pressing service for up to three items during your stay. On top of that, you’ll have a coffee machine, slippers, a dressing gown, upgraded toiletries and a pillow menu in your cabin.

  • Grand Suite

    Grand Suite Cabin with Balcony and Suite Service

    The newly refurbished Grand Suites on Deck 8 have twin beds that can convert to a queen-size double bed, and a sitting area with a sofa-bed, and can sleep four people. You'll get a bathroom with a WC and a walk-in shower. There's a balcony for admiring the sea views, too. Grand Suites measure 32m². When you book a cabin with Suite service included, you can look forward to one continental breakfast in bed per person per week, and a free pressing service for up to three items during your stay. On top of that, you’ll have a coffee machine, slippers, a dressing gown, upgraded toiletries and a pillow menu in your cabin.

  • Family Suite

    Family Suite Cabin with Balcony and Suite Service

    The Family Suites got a full refurbishment in 2022 and sleep seven people. They have two separate rooms – one with twin beds that convert to a queen-size double bed if needed and another with a fold-down bed. There are two bathrooms, one with a shower, and one with a bath. Plus, you’ve got a living area with a double sofa-bed. The cabin covers around 40m², and comes with a balcony. When you book a cabin with Suite service included, you can look forward to one continental breakfast in bed per person per week, and a free pressing service for up to three items during your stay. On top of that, you’ll have a coffee machine, slippers, a dressing gown, upgraded toiletries and a pillow menu in your cabin.

  • Family Junior Suite

    Family Junior Suite Cabin with Balcony and Suite Service

    This newly refurbished cabin sits on deck 8 and sleeps six. It’s got one bedroom with twin beds, and a living area with a double sofa-bed and twin beds that convert to a queen-size double bed if needed, as well as an en suite with a WC and a shower. A private balcony with double doors comes as standard. The cabin measures around 39 m². When you book a cabin with Suite service included, you can look forward to one continental breakfast in bed per person per week, and a free pressing service for up to three items during your stay. On top of that, you’ll have a coffee machine, slippers, a dressing gown, upgraded toiletries and a pillow menu in your cabin.

  • Junior Suite

    Junior Suite Cabin with Balcony and Suite Service

    Junior Suites sleep up to two and got a full refurbishment in November 2022. They’ve got twin beds that can convert to a queen-size double bed, and a sitting area, as well as a bathroom with a WC and a walk-in shower.

  • Deluxe Balcony Cabin

    Our Deluxe Balcony Cabins got a full refurbishment in November 2022 and are on decks 6 and 7.These cabins have twin beds that convert to a queen-size double bed, a sitting area, an en suite with a WC and a shower, and a balcony. They cover around 15 to 16 m² and if there are four of you, you’ll also get a sofa-bed

  • Balcony Cabin

    Balcony Cabins are on deck 6 and got a full refurbishment in November 2022. They feature a set of twin beds that can convert to a queen-size double bed. You can also expect an en suite with a WC and a shower, and a balcony. These cabins sleep two, and are between 13 and 14 m².

  • Deluxe Cabin

    Deluxe Cabins are on decks 7 and 8, and come with the bonus of a floor-to-ceiling window and got a full refurbishment in November 2022. . You’ll sleep on twin beds, which can also convert to a queen-size double bed, and have use of a sitting area with a sofa-bed and an en suite with a WC and a shower. Deluxe Cabins sleep up to four and measure a little over 20 m².

  • Outside Cabin

    These Outside cabins can be found on decks 2 and 3, and have a picture window or porthole. They feature twin beds that convert to a queen-size double bed, a sitting area with a sofa, and an en suite with a WC and a shower. These sleep two people and measure 14 m².

  • Inside Plus Cabin

    You get a set of twin beds that convert to a queen-size double bed and an en suite with a WC and a shower. You’ll find these newly refurbished cabins on decks 7 and 8, they sleep two people and measure 15 m².

  • Inside Cabin

    These cabins feature twin beds that can convert to a queen-size double bed and an en suite with a WC and a shower. These cabins are on decks 6, 7 and 8, sleep two, and measure between 12 and 13 m². Inside Cabins on decks 7 and 8 have been newly refurbished - image 1, and cabins on deck 6, weren't part of the refurb - image 2. If you would like a particular cabin number you can pre-book for a little extra, if not, your cabin will be allocated to you

  • Single Outside

    These are on decks 3, and accommodate solo travellers. A picture window or porthole offers sea views, and the cabin is kitted out with twin beds that convert into a queen-size double bed, a sitting area with a sofa, and an en suite with a WC and a shower. These cabins measure 14 m².

  • Single Inside

    These are on decks 3, and accommodate solo travellers. The cabin is kitted out with twin beds that convert into a queen-size double bed and an en suite with a WC and a shower. These cabins measure 12 m².

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