Marella Cruises is offering up heaps of dreamy travel inspiration with its brand new winter 2021 cruise holidays.
The TUI-owned cruise line has revealed it will be offering up brand new itineraries and ports of call for the season, with the likes of Canada, Vietnam and Cuba all on the list.
One big highlight is a new Island Explorer itinerary launching on board both Marella Dream and Marella Explorer.
This new sailing, kicking off in November 2021, will depart from Tenerife and include visits around the Canary Islands with stops to La Palma, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria, and even an overnight stay in Funchal.
It’s not the only expansion the cruise line is making when it comes to the Canary Islands. Playa Blanca is being added as a port of call too – and there will be overnight stays so holidaymakers can make the most of the town.
Other glamorous destinations will include a new port of call to Halong bay in Vietnam, as well as two new itineraries for Marella Discovery 2 around Asia including Singapore, the Philippines and Vietnam.
Meanwhile, the company is also launching its first ever cruise to Canada, on board Marella Discovery. The sailing will depart from Florida and continue on to Charlotte Town, Quebec, Sageunay and Sept-Iles before finishing off in Barbados.
The new bookings are already on sale on the Marella Cruises website. However, it’s worth noting that at the time of writing, the FCDO currently advises against cruise ship travel. You can find out more by checking the latest FDCO cruise advice for further information.
The cruise line, like many others, has currently been forced to pause operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, the company previously revealed what it plans for future cruises in terms of new health and safety measures for passengers and crew, as well as what social distancing would look like on board.
Marella is also offering a flexible booking policy on bookings made by the 30th September. This allows customers who no longer wish to travel on their cruise to have one free amend to move to a holiday at a later date.