TUI also revealed that one of its 3 river ships, TUI Maya, will be all-inclusive.
Marella Cruises will put a total of 18 voyages on sale on November 5 and a further 5 in December offering sailings to destinations including Kefalonia, Santorini, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, popular port cities like Dubrovnik, Split, Barcelona, Lisbon, Venice.
Marella Discovery will be homeported in Palma de Mallorca (Majorca Island, Balearic Spain) with a special itinerary (Transatlantic relocation cruise) from Barbados to Palma, visiting the Azores.
Chris Hackney, managing director of cruise said they were pleased to be able to share details of their summer 2022 programme and wee really excited to offer their first all-inclusive ship.
"We have something to offer everyone as we have itineraries visiting some of the best places in the world. Our river cruise line is constantly developing and we’re always listening to what our customers want and we want to offer even more choice when it comes to booking their cruise. With a high percentage of guests already booking All Inclusive, it only seemed right we created a ship dedicated to the board basis, so we know it’s something our customers will love.”