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New nightclub to feature on Marella Voyager

The dining and entertainment venues on Marella Cruises’ incoming vessel Marella Voyager have been unveiled.

The 952-cabin vessel, due to come into service on June 3, 2023, will offer a range of eateries all designed thanks to customer feedback.

The line is also set to unveil a new nightclub The Electric Rooms on deck 12 which has an LED dancefloor and a casino.


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Mexican restaurant Abuela’s will be open for lunch and dinner; and a food hall called The Kitchens featuring eight eateries, including a carvery and a curry house, will also launch on the line’s fifth vessel.

The Silver Fork is another new speciality restaurant for the all-inclusive line. The menu features several British favourites with “a modern twist”, Marella said.

Platter opens late afternoons and evenings and has a menu that is designed for sharing. Cruise passengers can pick cheese, meat or veggie boards with a pairing wine list.

An exclusive cocktail list is available at speak easy bar The Exchange, which also has live entertainment and can seat up to 40 passengers.

Existing venues such as Nonna’s, which serves made-to-order pizza and pasta dishes, and classic Italian restaurant Vista will also be available.

The Summer House will sit between Nonna’s and Abuela’s restaurants. The indoor space with a retractable roof will offer Mexican cocktails and cold beers.

A themed bar called The Arts House is another new venue set to launch on Marella Voyager. Passengers can play shuffleboard or try arts and crafts here.

In the evening, live singers and musicians will take to the stage in The Arts House.

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