The Arts House is an art-themed bar where guests can do arts and crafts in the daytime and watch live performances in the evening
Marella Cruises’ newest ship, Marella Voyager, will feature a range of exclusive new facilities and designs when it begins sailing in summer 2023.
New venues will include Silver Fork, a British-themed speciality restaurant, and The Arts House, an art-themed bar where guests can play shuffleboard or do arts and crafts in the daytime, before watching live singers and musicians perform in the evening. Another new venue is The Kitchens, a theatrical food hall with eight separate eateries that offer food ranging from sandwiches and salad, to ice cream or a roast dinner.
“We’re delighted to present an exciting evolution of our fleet in Marella Voyager,” said Chris Hackney, managing director of cruise for TUI UK&I. “She really takes things to a new level, building on our current ships’ best features, whilst adding new venues that we know our customers will be excited to try.”
During its maiden season, Marella Voyager will set sail from its homeport in Majorca, Spain, to European destinations including Barcelona, Spain, and Naples, Italy, among others. It will then redeploy to the Caribbean to sail a ‘Paradise Islands’ itinerary from Barbados, calling at Tortola, St Maarten, St Kitts, Antigua and Dominica.
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