In summer 2018, Marella Cruises will be unveiling the latest addition to the 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.

unique features


gratuties

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.

facilities

  • Adults only
  • children facilities

accommodation

Deck

dining

Marella Explorer’s dining scene is worth shouting about. On top of a load of new waiter service restaurants and an around-the-world buffet, you’ve got speciality places like Surf & Turf, Umi Sushi and an experimental eatery.

entertainment

The entertainment onboard Marella Explorer doesn't disappoint. Not only does it have the biggest ever Broadway Show Lounge, it also boasts the flash, new Indigo bar, club and casino. Alternatively, you can listen to live music in The Lounge - a stylish space with a bright-pink piano and colour-changing bar.

health fitness

Far from hustle and bustle, stress and everyday, guests are encouraged to disable the body and mind to relax and re-energise in the spa areas.

For those who wish to keep active, there are a wide variety of sporting activities and classes taking place either in a group or with a personal trainer that are sure to get the blood pumping.

kid & teen

Marella Cruises have worked on every last detail when it comes to getting the kids onboard. That means family-sized and inter-connecting cabins, buffet lunches featuring favourites like pizza and spaghetti bolognese, and a great mix of activities.

They lay on table tennis and football tournaments, fun quizzes, and early evening shows during their sea days. And when the ship is in port, children up to the age of 12 get discounted rates on some of their exciting shore excursions.

Every ship has a free Kids’ Club, too. So mum and dad can have time together while the little ones fill their days with treasure hunts, face-painting, and stories.

enrichment

What's the braking distance of a cruise ship? What's the story behind the route you're sailing along? Learn answer to many questions, and discover exciting topics with the onboard edutainment program: Compass - Knowledge at Sea.

specifications

Llyd No
9106297
size
large
Style
resort
Type
ocean
Year of Launch
1996
Year of last refit
2017
Gross tonnage
76998t
length
262.5m
width
32.2m
speed
21kts
decks
13
language
de+en
currency
EUR
No of Passsengers
1924
No of Crew
-
No of Cabins
962
wheelchair access
7