What happened to Thomson Dream?

What happened to Thomson Dream?

In 2002 she was transferred to the fleet of Costa Cruises and renamed MS Costa Europa. In April 2010 she left the fleet of Costa Cruises on a ten-year charter to Thomson Cruises, under the name MS Thomson Dream. She was retired from Marella Cruises in November 2020.

What is the dress code on Marella Dream?

Where the dress code is concerned, it’s casual wear during the day – predominantly consisting of jeans or shorts and T-shirts or sports tops. Smart casual comes into play during the evening, and there’s one formal night when most of the passengers will take the opportunity to dress up.

How many passengers on Marella Dream?

The 1,533-passenger, 54,763-tonne Marella Dream joined the Marella (then Thomson) fleet in 2010 and is one of the line’s oldest ships — alongside Celebration — at 34 years old. For the most part the ship feels elegant, with a traditional ambiance.

How big is the Marella Dream?

243.2 meters
MARELLA DREAM (IMO: 8407735) is a Passenger Ship that was built in 1986 (36 years ago) and is sailing under the flag of Malta. It’s carrying capacity is 54763 Gross Tonnage and her current draught is reported to be 7.1 meters. Her length overall (LOA) is 243.2 meters and her width is 32 meters.

Which is the biggest TUI ship?

Marella Explorer
The largest ship in the fleet, Marella Explorer serves up brand new eateries, a Champneys spa, unmissable entertainment, and a swanky bar, club and casino space – all polished up with a modern, contemporary finish.

Has Marella dream been refurbished?

The 1986-built, 1,506-passenger ship was last refurbished in November 2018 following a 12-day dry dock in Cadiz. The dry dock will give us chance to look at all areas [of the ship] and get done what we need done,” Chris Hackney, Managing Director, Marella Cruises told Cruise Critic.

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