Marella Cruises will return to international waters from 3 September, with new ‘one-country’ itineraries.
Marella Discovery will home port in Corfu and will sail between September and October on three new itineraries calling at all Greek ports, including the popular islands of breath-taking Santorini and Mykonos, historical island of Rhodes, and the largest island in Greece, Crete.
Marella Explorer 2, the cruise line’s adults-only ship, will set sail from Malaga on two new itineraries.
The Continental Coasts itinerary will visit Palamos before heading to Barcelona, Palma de Majorca, Alicante, and Almeria. The Spirit of Iberia itinerary will call at Valencia, Ibiza, Cartagena, Gibraltar and will finish the itinerary in Cadiz before heading back to Malaga.
Anyone aged 18-years and older will be required to have had both COVID-19 jabs at least 14 days before travelling.
All under 18-year-olds, excluding infants under the age of two who will not be able to sail as they are exempt from testing, will be asked to have a lateral flow test.
All guests will need to check in for their cruise and complete their cruise health declaration online pre-departure to release their cruise boarding pass.
All guests sailing on an international cruise before 31 October 2021 must be UK residents with a permanent UK address, have comprehensive cruise insurance and a passport with at least six months’ validity.