Details of the ship’s design, including its Grand Lobby and bold colour scheme, were reported by Seatrade Cruise News last month.
Curated by Sybille De Margerie, Mareel Spa will fuse natural and sophisticated elements for a fresh feel. It will comprise multiple treatment rooms, a central thermal pool, eight heated loungers, a dry sauna, a Himalayan salt sauna, a steam room, cold room, four experience showers, four reflexology foot baths and a relaxation suite with sea views, along with a Pilates studio.
Treatments will include signature massages, facials, exclusive biotec treatments, mindfulness practices, acupuncture, reflexology and personalised wellness programmes.
Pavillion Wellness Studio
The spacious Pavillion Wellness Studio, whose glass design allows daylight to flood in while showing the ocean, will serve as a location for fitness, yoga or meditation sessions, as well as an area where passengers can relax.
Healthy dining options
Passengers will have the opportunity to explore healthy dining options at one of many health and well-being focussed restaurants onboard, including a new Wellness Café for mindful eating.
Sourcing superior local and seasonal organic produce, menus will consist of vibrant, colourful foods with attention to nourishment, and immune boosting cold press juices and whole grains will be available.