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Marella Discovery

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 is the lowest deck onboard Marella Discovery, and you’ll only find cabins here. Although it’s very unlikely you’ll ever feel the movement of the ship, if you’re at all prone to seasickness, then the cabins on these low decks are a great idea. The lower and more central you are on a ship – the better.

The majority of cabins on Deck 2 are Outside Cabins, which is a great choice of accommodation for any traveller. They feature a picture window or porthole, and can either come with twin beds or they can be converted into a queen-size.

Most come as the two-berth option, however there are many that can accommodate up to four people. There’s even a few interconnecting Outside Cabins too, which are perfect for families or friends travelling together.

There are also three Adapted Outside Cabins on this deck. These come with all the same facilities as the other Outsides – but are larger, with extra floor space so that a wheelchair or mobility scooter can easily manoeuver around. It also has a fully accessible en-suite, complete with a shower and WC.

Then there’s the Inside Cabins – these are the perfect choice of accommodation if you’re hoping to cruise on a budget. They’re ideal if you only see your cabin as a base, and don’t intend on spending much time there anyway.

Most of these sleep up to two people, however there are a few that can accommodate up to four. They measure in at 12m², and are perfect for ensuring a comfortable and affordable stay.

There are also three Adapted Inside Cabins on this deck, all with the same amenities as the Adapted Outside Cabins - except they don’t come with a picture window or porthole. They’re located at the back of the ship, meaning they’re just an elevator ride away from the ship’s main restaurant 47° on Deck 4 and the Oceans Spa & Beauty Salon on Deck 9.

On this deck

  • Inside Cabins
  • Outside Cabins
  • Adapted Inside Cabins
  • Adapted Outside Cabins
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