Who is Marella Cruises?

With almost three decades of sailing experience under our belts, Marella Cruises are well-established as the UK’s third biggest cruise line. We sail to over 140 destinations around the world, from Colombia to Corsica, from Singapore to Santorini.

As the world’s only vertically integrated cruise line, we combine our cruising expertise with all the experience of TUI – the world’s number one tourism group. This means our customers can trust us to be with them every step of the way, from booking in a TUI store to flying on a TUI plane from their local airport. Onboard, we offer All Inclusive sailings as standard, including everything from flights, luggage, transfers, meals, drinks, tips and service charges. And our guests are guaranteed a friendly welcome to the Marella family, we remember their name as well as their favourite drink. Plus, we pride ourselves on featuring fewer days at sea.

Every year we take over 300,000 customers away across the shining seas. On the front line and behind the scenes the Marella family includes around 3,200 people from crew to creatives, running a fleet of 5 ships.

Careers with Marella range from shoreside roles in our Luton and Southampton offices to life at sea onboard our ships. All our shoreside vacancies, and the seafaring roles we recruit direct, are advertised on the TUI Careers website. We also work with a number of partners to deliver our product across the fleet – if you’re looking to join our onboard team you’ll find more details about each area of expertise below. Explore our current vacancies today.

Life Onboard Marella Cruises

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