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Marella Discovery 2 Deck Plan

If you're wondering whereabouts on the ship you should choose your cabin, or you're wanting to familarise yourself with the ship's layout before you get onboard, then take a look at our handy deck guides.

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Deck 2

Deck 2 onboard Marella Discovery 2 is home to various types of accommodation. It’s the lowest deck on the ship – which if you didn’t know, is a great place to be if you’re at all worried about sea sickness. The lower and more central you are on the ship – the less likely you are to feel any movement.

It’s always good to try and pick a cabin that will suit your preferences. If you opt for a cabin at the back of the ship, you’ll be within easy reach of the ship’s main dining venue - 47°.

If you’re cruising as a family you might want to select a cabin at the front of the ship on this deck, meaning you only need to hop in an elevator to reach fabulous family facilities like the Kids’ Club and The Hideout.

The majority of cabins on this deck are the Outside Cabins. They span from the back of the ship to the very front, so it’s completely up to you which end you’d like to be situated.

They come in a variety of berths – most accommodating two people, with there being some that can fit up to four, thanks to upper berths that fold down for extra sleeping space. They feature a picture window or porthole – so you’ll get to see your new destination from the get-go – and measure in at 14 m².

Then there’s the Inside Cabins. Most of these are two-berth cabins, however there are a handful that can accommodate up to four people, with fold-down beds. They’re a great base for your cruising holiday and are perfect if you’re looking for a bargain – they’re usually the cheapest cabins.

There’s also a handful of adapted cabins on this deck too – three Adapted Inside Cabins and three Adapted Outside Cabins. These both come with additional space so that you can manoeuvre a wheelchair around with ease.


On this deck

  • Inside Cabins
  • Adapted Inside Cabins
  • Outside Cabins
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