Charming Coasts

Marella Celebration

Charming Coasts Overview

Departs: 29 April 2020

8 Nights All Inclusive

Flights available from Glasgow

What's included

Price Includes:

  • All meals
  • A varied and professional entertainment programme
  • Gratuities
  • Flights, cruise & airport to port transfers
  • Baggage Allowance

Ports of call

Limassol, Cyprus • Piraeus (for Athens), Greece • Argostoli, Kefalonia • Corfu Town, Corfu • Sarande, Albania • Kotor, Montenegro • Dubrovnik, Croatia 


Day 1

Limassol, Cyprus

Set on Akrotiri Bay, Limassol is the island’s biggest seaside town with plenty to offer its visitors. Whether you’ve come here in search of age-old sights or bubbling bars, the town’s a mixed bag of delights that never fails to impress.

Day 2

At Sea



Day 3

Piraeus (for Athens), Greece

Trip over reminders of the past in ancient Athens, where cultural treasures twinkle back at you at every turn. It’s a real gold medal winner of a city.

Scale the heights of the sun-bleached Acropolis for awesome views, then take a look at the Parthenon, perched atop Athens’ most famous hill.

Day 4

At Sea


Day 5

Argostoli, Kefalonia

It’s no wonder the makers of Hollywood blockbuster Captain Corelli’s Mandolin chose Kefalonia as one of the film’s backdrops. The island is all tree-studded hills, which look out over pale beaches, which roll into perfectly-blue waters. There’s a mix of village life inland. Skala, for example, is popular with holidaymakers and is kept lively with late-night bars. Lourdas, on the other hand, revolves around a sleepy main square.

Day 6

Corfu Town, Corfu

Awash with colourful flowers, Corfu is big on beauty. It’s known as the Emerald Isle, and its golden beaches, lush green landscape and colourful villages will have you constantly reaching for your camera.

Day 7

Sarande, Albania

Settled on the edge of the Albanian Riviera, Sarande’s sandwiched between the Ionian Sea and a hilly landscape carpeted in olive groves. The town sits in a horseshoe-shaped bay, edged with marshmallow-white beaches. History’s a big hook here – there are the ruins of a 5th-century synagogue in the centre and a 16th-centry castle overlooking the town.


Day 8

Kotor, Montenegro

For years, the travel-savvy have kept Montenegro under their sunhats. But now the cat’s creeping out of the bag – and it’s hardly surprising. A tiny republic in southeast Europe, the scenery here will have your jaw dropping to the floor the moment you arrive. Cruise passengers get the best vistas – as you sail in to port, you’ll be treated to wide-angle views of patent-shine lakes and green mountains.

Day 9

Dubrovnik, Croatia


Ancient city walls. Higgledy-piggledy red rooftops. Cobbled streets worn by time. That’s Dubrovnik, a heart-stealing city that you just know you’re going to love the moment you arrive.

Check out the 17th-century cathedral in the old town, with its striking gold and silver ruins. Then make tracks for Rector’s Palace, the former residence of Dubrovnik’s Republic Rector. It houses an impressive collection of artefacts and furniture.


Welcome aboard Marella Celebration

At a glance....

  • 3 restaurants
  • 5 bars
  • 2 lounges
  • Nightclub
  • Casino
  • Whirlpool
  • 2 Swimming pools

This is one of the smaller ships in the Marella fleet, and, with its sophisticated à la carte restaurants and indulgent spa, it really spoils you.

Plus, because it's now part of the Platinum range, you can expect cabins and public areas with a smart, contemporary edge.

Dining - waiter service

  • The Meridian Restaurant: Serving breakfast, lunch and six-course dinner. All meals are served by waiters as open seating so you can dine when and where you please.
  • Mistral's: Intimate à la carte restaurant offering the ultimate dining experience. A cover charge applies and onboard reservations are required.
  • Gala night: Weekly Captain's Gala Reception and Gala Dinner. Set dining times apply - early or late sittings allocated on arrival.

Dining - flexible options

  • Lido Restaurant: Self-service buffet with an indoor and al fresco dining area. International theme nights are held twice a week.
  • Terrace Grill: Lunchtime pasta dishes, pizzas and speciality salads served in the sunshine.
  • Buffet Magnifique: Weekly event blurring the boundaries between food and entertainment with ice sculptures, fruit carvings and tempting treats.
  • Room service: 24 hours a day - extra charge applies.


  • Broadway Show Lounge: West End-style revues and special guest acts from the UK.
  • Liberties: Live bands, popular game shows, karaoke and disco.
  • Hemingway's Casino: Fully-equipped with popular gaming tables and machines.
  • Horizons: Live classical and jazz music and occasional spotlight cabarets in a sumptuous setting.
  • Cinema: Daily feature presentations of recently released films.

Bars and lounges

  • Horizons: Perfect for a quiet drink and good conversation, with an impressive range of drinks and views that are simply unbeatable.
  • Hemingway's Bar: Close to the main restaurant and the show lounge - ideal for pre-dinner drinks.
  • Explorers' Lounge: A laid-back lounge ideal for after-dinner coffee and liqueurs.
  • Mezzanine Bar: On the top level of the show lounge.
  • Liberties Bar: A bar in the ship's nightclub.
  • Lido Bar: Outdoor, next to pool and restaurant.

Other activities

  • Oceans Health Club: Relax and rejuvenate with the latest range of treatments in the spa and salon. The gym offers resistance, cardio and personal training. Male and female saunas are also available.
  • Sports Deck: The place to head for badminton, basketball and table tennis.
  • Other: Card and reading room, Marella Kids' Club, gift shops, library with internet access.


3 restaurants, 5 bars, 2 lounges, nightclub, casino, whirlpools, 2 swimming pools, wading pool, cinema, card/reading room, beauty salon, boutiques, health club, sports deck, sauna and massage, library, medical centre, internet access, 4 self service laundries, air-conditioned throughout, stabilised, worldwide satellite telephone, telex and fax

Vital Statistics

Tonnage 33,930 GRT
Length 214.66 m
Beam (width) 27.26 m
Speed 18 knots
Decks 10
Lifts 7
Cabins 632
Cruise passengers 1264
Crew and staff 520
Electrical current 110/120v AC
Registry Malta