Marella Explorer Cruise Ship Tour

Marella Explorer Cruise Ship Tour

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Ahoy there cruisers. Welcome aboard the “Marella Explorer”
for a full ship tour in Ultra HD. Let’s start at the top with the
main pool area. There’s two large pools and plenty of deck space to soak up the sun. There’s also private cabanas to hire
for an extra cost. On this deck you’ll also find
“Indigo Bar, Club and Casino”. Offering beautiful panoramic views
across the front of the ship. There’s also a door to access the
outdoor section of the front of the ship. Back outside you’ll find three large hot
tubs next to the main pools. And some lovely themed beach huts to enjoy your food from the “Snack Shack”. The snack shack offers hot dogs, burgers, packaged sandwiches and salads. There’s a large outdoor screen showing movies. The aft there’s a mini golf course as
well as some super comfortable beds to chill out in. Next to the pool area we
have “The Marketplace International Buffet”. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It offers salads, main courses and a large selection of desserts. There’s a drink station here where you
can help yourself to tea, coffee, water, ice cream, beer and wine. Next door, in the solarium, you will find the Mediterranean Italian. Offering pizza and pasta. There’s plenty of places to sit and relax. On the other side you can find the
Mediterranean tapas offering smaller bites. There’s an outdoor area to
enjoy your food alfresco. At the front of the ship you’ll find a well-equipped gym and the “Champneys” spa. Going down to deck 8
you’ll find the “Gamer Zone” with games consoles and the “Attic” – a small library with board games. Down to deck 7
you have the “Squid and Anchor”. The onboard pub with a stage for live music. Next door you have “Umi Sushi” . The extra charge sushi restaurant. Moving further forward,
two more extra charge restaurants. “Surf and Turf” steakhouse and
“Kora La” the asian-inspired eatery. At the center of the ship you’ll find a
large shopping complex the “Broad Street Shops” At the front of the ship you have the
“Broadway Show Lounge” The main theatre onboard. We really liked the comfortable spacious seats and tables for your drinks. On Deck 6 moving forward from the theatre
you have the Photo Gallery and a small cinema. Showing films during your cruise. In the middle of the ship you can find
“The Coffee Port”. Offering speciality coffees and sweets for an extra charge. Moving aft you’ll find
“The Lounge” piano bar. There’s another bar and seating area
just before you enter the grand main dining room. On the upper level of the dining room
you’ll find the Italian included restaurant “Vista”. On the lower level you’ll find the
main dining room “Latitude 53”. The dining room offers you
spectacular views across the aft of the ship. There’s interactive screens around the
ship with maps and ship information. There’s also a wraparound promenade deck
with seating and games. In the main atrium you’ll find the reception and the destination services desks. Just off the atrium you have the “Dining
Club”. An extra charge restaurant offering
fine dining designed for foodies. Our ocean view cabin was located just
along from the atrium. It was super spacious with loads of storage space. We were super impressed with the “Marella Explorer”. What do you think? Thanks for watching and please consider subscribing. We have so many cool videos
coming along. That’s it till next time. Happy cruising! you

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16 Comments

  1. Nice looking ship, although it does appear to have more "up charge" places than not… and that mattress didn't look very comfortable.

  2. Thanks for this guys, I’ve been on 4 cruises with Thomson / Tui / Marella and the Explorer is my favourite ship so far, I’m booked to sail round the Eastern Med next summer on her and can’t wait.

  3. Beautiful ship, great video too. You guys do a great job. I never heard of the line which I'm guessing doesn't sail from the US. Is it a European cruise line?

  4. Ben and David Thanks for the video, we are on the Explorer next Wednesday and looking forward to it. Did the pair of you (with the help of Emma!!) drink the ship dry?

  5. Ooo I've tried the Marella Celebration but not Marella Explorer yet…might see if I can get onboard! I loved how friendly the staff were on the Marella Celebration, really made a massive difference. Also got to sit on the Captains Table for dinner which was lovely πŸ™‚

  6. Another beautiful ship, was nearly going to book a cruise to NZ for November but decided on a month in Malta πŸ‡²πŸ‡Ή instead, but always love πŸ’• seeing beautiful ships I’ll watch them sail in from my hotel balcony in Malta πŸ‡²πŸ‡Ή instead πŸ₯°

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