Incoming Maiden Call – Marella Discovery
We are pleased to welcome the Marella Discovery for her maiden call to IJmuiden on September 2nd.
She will arrive at 09:00 and will depart at 19:00 for Zeebrugge (Belgium).
About the ship
The Marella Discovery is a former Royal Caribbean International (RCI) Vision-class cruise ship and is now sailing for Marella Cruises. In the autumn of 2018, the Marella Discovery will be the first ship in the Thomson fleet to be based in Malaysia at the end of her UK debut season.
The ship has a passenger capacity of 2,074 with a total of eleven decks with accommodations located on decks 2 to 3 and 6 to 8. There are 902 staterooms on board, including 20 suites and 67 junior suites. Decks 9 and 10 make up the ‘outdoor’ portion of the ship which includes the main pool, a rock climbing wall, a 9-hole miniature golf course and a solarium. The uppermost deck hosts the ship’s Viking Crown Lounge.
Zenith is returning to IJmuiden
On September 11th the Zenith will return to IJmuiden. This beautiful ship had her maiden call in IJmuiden on May 2nd of this year. She is expected to arrive around 11:00 and will leave at 19:00. Zenith is ending her Summer cruise season in the Baltic Area and will return to the warmer Mediterranean.
About the ship: Zenith is the nautical sister of the Horizon and she too has sailed under Celebrity cruises. The ship was built in 1992 and, like Horizon, is a mid-sized ship with a passenger capacity of 1,828. The ship has large public areas with numerous activities on board for guests of all ages.
Incoming Maiden Call – Seven Seas Explorer
On September 13th the Seven Seas Explorer will arrive in IJmuiden at 11:00 from Stockholm and will depart around 20:00 to Zeebrugge (Belgium).
About the ship:
The Seven Seas is the fourth ship of Regent Seven Seas and is one of the most luxurious ships ever built. This very spacious ship has 369 suites for 750 passengers with luxurious rooms with a balcony and amenities. A high standard of personal service is offered due to a good balance in passenger-staff.
The great thing about cruising on Regent Seven Seas is that everything is included. From interesting excursions to meals in the six restaurants on board, including a steakhouse, a French specialty restaurant, whose decor is reminiscent of nostalgic Paris and an Asian specialty restaurant that looks like a Tibetan temple.
The public areas are very spacious and perfectly worked out in great detail. The high atrium is simply impressive and the theater is just as spectacular as the performances that take place in that area.
The spa further enhances the relaxing effect of the cruise with the finest beauty and wellness treatment available.