Marella Celebration

Marella Celebration is one of the smaller ships in the Marella fleet, which makes it really friendly. It was refurbished in 2012, so you can look forward to jazzed-up cabins and contemporary furnishings in all the public areas. 

In 2013, they launched their premium coffee shop 'The Coffee Port'. Plus, 20 balconies were added to deck 9 cabins and 5 new Deluxe Balcony cabins were built on deck 5. And it really knows how to spoil you. Go gourmet in the sophisticated à la carte restaurant, or indulge to your heart's content in the spa.

  • Size medium
  • Style Classic
  • Type ocean
  • Year of launch 1984
  • Year of last refit 2012
  • Gross tonnage 33930t
  • Length 214.66m
  • Width 27.26m
  • Speed 18kts
  • Decks 10
  • Language English
  • Currency Pound Sterling (£)
  • No. of passengers 1264
  • No. of crew 520
  • No. of cabins 631
  • -wheelchair access 4

Marella Cruises don’t think tips and service charges should cost you extra, so they've included them in the price. You’re not expected to tip any of their crew – unless you want to, of course.

Balcony, cabins & designated areas
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All cabins come with Air Conditioning, TV, Two full-length wardrobes, Hairdryer and a Safe (at a charge).


Marella Celebration offers all the hallmarks of modern cruise dining with open seating that lets you dine where and when you fancy. Their relaxed restaurants have everything from help-yourself buffets to multi-course dinners with waiter service. A la carte dining and a weekly Gala Reception and black-tie-and-cocktail-frock dinner bring an upmarket edge to meal times.


You’ll never be short of entertainment on board Marella Celebration. When you’re not taking part in a dance class or quiz, you can be playing your best hand in the casino. Or why not sit back and let us entertain you in style with live music all around the ship and lavish Broadway-style productions in the show lounge.

Health and fitness

Spend the day taking it easy: relax by the swimming pool with a drink in your hand, head to the spa for a massage or spend some time in the saunas.

Kids and Teens

Marella Cruises have worked on every last detail when it comes to getting the kids onboard. That means family-sized and inter-connecting cabins, buffet lunches featuring favourites like pizza and spaghetti bolognese, and a great mix of activities.

They lay on table tennis and football tournaments, fun quizzes, and early evening shows during their sea days. And when the ship is in port, children up to the age of 12 get discounted rates on some of their exciting shore excursions.

Every ship has a free Kids’ Club, too. So mum and dad can have time together while the little ones fill their days with treasure hunts, face-painting, and stories.


Please note: the ship does not feature any dedicated enrichment facilities.

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