1. Are children and babies allowed in the pools onboard a Marella Cruise?

  2. Is there a dress code onboard my Marella Cruise?

  3. Are there tea and coffee making facilities in the cabins?

  4. Do you hold card tournaments in the onboard casinos?

  5. What time does the All Inclusive start and end on a Marella Cruise?

  6. Is Wi-Fi available onboard my Marella Cruise?

  7. How much does it cost to make a call from a Marella Cruise ship?

  8. How big are the cabins onboard the Marella Cruise ships?

  9. Can I withdraw cash with my account card?

  10. What currency is used onboard a Marella Cruise?

  11. Which cabins on a Marella Cruise ship have baths?

  12. Can I take a travel iron on a Marella Cruise ship?

  13. How much are drinks onboard Marella Cruises?

  14. What draught beers do you offer onboard a Marella Cruise?

  15. What are the options for settling my onboard account?

  16. Are pool towels provided on the Marella Cruise ships?

  17. What is the charge for a safety deposit box onboard?

  18. What's included in the Celebrate in Style package?

  19. Can I jog onboard a Marella Cruise ship apart from in the gym?

  20. Are there baby changing facilities onboard the Marella Cruise ships?

  21. What's the cost of a Celebration of Vows package?

  22. What's included in the Celebration of Vows?

  23. How old do I need to be to use the Marella Cruise ship facilities like the spa, gym, casino, disco and bars?

  24. When can I buy duty free goods onboard the cruise ship?

  25. Can I smoke onboard my Marella Cruise?

  26. Can I take electrical items onboard a Marella Cruise ship?

  27. Is there a currency exchange onboard my Marella Cruise ship?

  28. What's the check-out time on my Marella Cruise?

  29. How old do I need to be to go on a Marella Cruise shore excursion or leave the ship on my own?

  30. Will there be ballroom and latin dancing opportunities onboard?

  31. Can I take a Brompton bike onboard a Marella Cruise for use ashore?

2) Is there a dress code onboard my Marella Cruise?

The onboard dress code varies for each restaurant, but you can easily break it down into Beachwear, Casual and Smart. The first is a 'come as you are' affair, so bikinis and trunks get the thumbs up, plus we ask that you wear something on your feet for safety reasons. Meanwhile, Casual speaks for itself - we're talking tops and shorts or a sundress. Then you've got Smart, which is when you'll need to dress up a bit. Put your sportswear away, and opt for trousers, smart tailored shorts or a skirt or dress, a shirt or polo shirt and smart shoes, so no trainers or flip flops. If you want to add a jacket or tie, that's completely up to you. But our Dress to Impress nights give you the chance to get really suited and booted. Each of our of our restaurants has a different dress code but don't worry we'll always let you know onboard.