TUI MARELLA DISCOVERY CRUISES FROM MALAGA

16 April 2022 – Paradise Islands & Atlantic Secrets – Marella Discovery – 24 nights inclusive holiday to/from Malaga

Bridgetown, Barbados

Bridgetown, Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Road Town, British Virgin Islands

Road Town, British Virgin Islands
Road Town, British Virgin Islands
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Philipsburg, St. Maartan

Philipsburg, St. Maartan
Philipsburg, Sint Maarten
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Basseterre, St. Kitts

Basseterre, St. Kitts
Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
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St. John's, Antigua

St. John's, Antigua
St John's, Antigua and Barbuda
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Roseau, Dominica

Roseau, Dominica
Roseau, Dominica
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Bridgetown, Barbados

Bridgetown, Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Castries, St. Lucia

Castries, St. Lucia
Castries, St Lucia
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Point-A-Pitre, Guadaloupe

Point-A-Pitre, Guadaloupe
Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
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St. John's, Antigua

St. John's, Antigua
St John's, Antigua and Barbuda
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Horta, Azores

Horta, Azores
Horta, Portugal
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Ponta Delgada, Azores

Ponta Delgada, Azores
Ponta Delgada, Portugal
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Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon, Portugal
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Cadiz, Spain

Cadiz, Spain
Cádiz, Spain
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Palma, Majorca

Palma, Majorca
Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain
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FARES

SPECIAL EARLY BOOKER FARES 

Available until 31 March 2021

Cabin types  
Deck 2/3 inside€2.499
Deck 6/8 inside€2.699
Deck 7/8 inside plus€2.759
Deck 2/3 outside€2.889
Deluxe cabin€3.699
Balcony cabin€3.799
Deluxe Balcony cabin€3.999
Junior Suite€4.699
Family Junior Suite
Family Suite
Grand Suite€5.499
Executive Suite€6.299
Royal Suite
Single Inside€4.329
Single Outside€4.599

Fully inclusive holiday includes:

  • Flight from Malaga to Manchester with overnight stay
  • Breakfast before boarding flight from Manchester to Barbados
  • Flight to Barbados
  • Transfer from airport to ship
  • 23 nights cruise with all meals and entertainment
  • All alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks
  • Train from Seville to Malaga
  • All taxes and port charges
ITINERARY
DATEPORTARRIVEDEPART
SUN 17 APRBRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS8 PM
MON 18 APRAT SEA
TUE 19 APRROAD TOWN, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS8 AM6 PM
WED 20 APRPHILIPSBURG, ST. MAARTEN8 AM6 PM
THU 21 APRBASSETERRE, ST. KITTS8 AM6 PM
FRI 22 APRST. JOHN'S, ANTIGUA8 AM6 PM
SAT 23 APRROSEAU, DOMINICA8 AM5 PM
SUN 24 APRBRIDGETOWN, BARBADOSTBA
MON 25 APRCASTRIES, ST. LUCIA8 AM6 PM
TUE 26 APRPOINTE A PITRE, GUADELOUPE8 AM6 PM
WED 27 APRST. JOHN'S, ANTIGUA8 AM6 PM
THU 28 APRAT SEA
FRI 29 APRAT SEA
SAT 30 APRAT SEA
SUN 01 MAYAT SEA
MON 02 MAYAT SEA
TUE 03 MAYHORTA, AZORES8 AM6 PM
WED 04 MAYPONTA DELGADA, AZORES8 AM6 PM
THU 05 MAY AT SEA
FRI 06 MAYLISBON, PORTUGAL7 AM3 PM
SAT 07 MAYCADIZ (FOR SEVILLE), SPAIN9 AM6 PM
SUN 08 MAYAT SEA
MON 09 MAYPALMA, MAJORCA6 AM
OVERVIEW

Bridgetown, Barbados

A hypnotic calypso isle, Barbados is the ultimate Caribbean dream. And at just 21 miles by 14 miles, the island really is your oyster. Of course, it’s most famous for its palm-fringed beaches, but there’s more than talcum powder sands here. We’re talking a duty-free shopping scene and sights that are second to none. In a coconut shell, it’s the small island with a big fan base.

Road Town, British Virgin Islands

Nature’s the star attraction of Tortola. Ancient rainforests hog the limelight. Beautiful botanical gardens vie for your attention. And opal-white beaches like Apple Bay and Smuggler’s Cove really steal the show. It’s wild. It’s wondrous. It’s waiting.

Philipsburg, St Maarten

Two flags rule over this tiny isle – the French and the Dutch. Philipsburg is the Dutch capital and the place to head for a serious shopping splurge. Marigot, meanwhile, is the French capital, where you can divide your time between bistros and boutiques. Add to the mix dreamy Caribbean coves, kaleidoscopic reefs and lashings of sunshine and you’ve got all the ingredients for tropical bliss.

Basseterre, St Kitts

One of the British Leeward Islands, St Kitts is one of the Caribbean’s pearls. Once an illustrious sugar colony, it now focuses its efforts on being a tropical paradise. And it excels in every sense, with its seductive blend of blonde sands and duck-egg blue seas. Away from the shores though, you’ll find plenty of historic sights to tick off your checklist. 

St John’s, Antigua

If you’re a big fan of the beach, prepare to lose your heart to this place. Antiguans like to boast they have a different one for every day of the year. Without doubt, porcelain, palm-fringed sands and still turquoise waters are the star of this island show. But that’s not all Antigua’s got to boast about. Get ready for towns in a rainbow riot of colours. Quiet countryside that slumbers in the sunshine. And cuisine as sublime as those moon-white shores.

Roseau, Dominica

Known as the island of waterfalls, Dominica is as green as it is unspoilt. Fairly off the tourist trail, this exotic isle is a paradise for nature lovers. In fact, it’s one of the Caribbean hotspots for rainforest trekking. And of course, it’s got some superb beaches. Not the snow-white variety you’d expect, but dramatic volcanic sweeps and secluded coves hidden by greenery. Have your camera at the ready.

Castries, St Lucia

St Lucia’s skyline is high rise. But it’s not the hotels that make this island look serrated against the sky, it’s the mountains. The Pitons are 2 of the biggest. Both their summits tower at least 2,000 feet above sea level and their slopes are coiffured with a mane of dense green rainforest. At their feet, meanwhile, banana plantations give way to syrup-coloured beaches and some of the best coral reefs in the Caribbean.

Pointe-A-Pitre, Guadeloupe

Flick through your French dictionary while sipping a Caribbean rum punch – Guadeloupe is where French and African influences fuse. This gorgeous spot is actually a bouquet of islands. There’s a scattering of little ones but the two main players are Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre. Together, they’re shaped like a butterfly resting quietly on the sun-blushed Caribbean. As famous for its sugar and rum as it is top dive sites and sparkling sands, this place will sweep you off your feet.

St John’s, Antigua

If you’re a big fan of the beach, prepare to lose your heart to this place. Antiguans like to boast they have a different one for every day of the year. Without doubt, porcelain, palm-fringed sands and still turquoise waters are the star of this island show. But that’s not all Antigua’s got to boast about. Get ready for towns in a rainbow riot of colours. Quiet countryside that slumbers in the sunshine. And cuisine as sublime as those moon-white shores.

Horta, Azores

Faial’s nickname – the Blue Island – sounds straightforward enough. But when you get there it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what the blue refers to. It could nod to the sapphire of the Atlantic Ocean that surrounds the island, the hydrangeas that cover it in summer, or the water marshes that pool in the caldera. In the port of Horta, blue is just one of many colours on show. The marina here is multi-coloured thanks to the collage of paintings created by visitors who have illustrated their boat and crew names on the walls and walkways over the years.

Ponta Delgada, Azores

Sao Miguel does a good impression of Eden. The largest of Portugal’s Azores is contoured with rolling hills, expansive lakes and beaches that have resisted tourism. That’s not to say there aren’t any signs of life on the island, though. The capital, Ponta Delgada, is a bubbly city of museums, 17th-century architecture and seaside restaurants.

Lisbon, Portugal

Portugal’s electric capital stands shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Madrid and Barcelona. You’ll find clusters of cocktail lounges in the Bairro Alto neighbourhood. In Chiado, meanwhile, lies the world’s oldest book store. The old town showcases a cosmopolitan café culture, with locals gathering in sun-dappled plazas to gossip over an espresso or ‘bica’.

Cadiz (for Seville), Spain

From its impressive harbour to its streets packed with Moorish relics, Cadiz is a great introduction to Spain. One minute you can be admiring medieval walls, the next browsing the racks of designer boutiques. It’s one of those cities where a new surprise awaits at every turn.

Palma, Majorca

Palma. Think leafy boulevards that echo with the stilettos of stylish shoppers. Tiny tapas bars tucked down narrow sidestreets. Architectural gold hidden in the historic quarter. With its trademark cathedral dominating the skyline, cosmopolitan Palma never fails to impress.

SHIP DETAILS
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 seven 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.

Kora LaOur 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.

 

47°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.

Plush seating and an 800-plus capacity give the ship’s main entertainment venue professional credentials. We have 11 unique shows, including Beatz Interactive, a hi-tech dance piece featuring LED-lit costumes.

 

Movies by MoonlightIn a Marella Cruises first, we’re premiering an open air cinema. It means you can watch classic movies and the latest box office hits under the stars. Blankets, popcorn, and hot chocolate will be available from the nearby bar.

 

AtriumThe heart of the 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.

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DECK PLANS
EXPLORE THE SHIP

These deck plans let you see where all the ship’s facilities and different accommodation types are. Just like Marella Explorer, you’ll be able to bed down in everything from Balcony Cabins to Executive Suites. Plus, we’ve added a Royal Suite for super-fancy stays.

These deck plans let you see where all the ship’s facilities and different accommodation types are. Just like Marella Explorer, you’ll be able to bed down in everything from Balcony Cabins to Executive Suites. Plus, we’ve added a Royal Suite for super-fancy stays.

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Cruise Line TUI Marella Cruises
Cruise Ship Marella Discovery
Date 16 April 2022
FromMalaga (sailing from Barbados)
ToMalaga (disembarking in Palma, Majorca)
Duration24 nights
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