Cruise with Confidence - Covid-19 Updates - Flexible Cancellations - Future Cruise Credits
0203 848 3600

(168 Reviews)

Magellan

Cruise and Maritime entered administration on Monday 20th July 2020. All future Cruise and Maritime bookings are cancelled, and we will be in touch with you to advise how to reclaim any money that you are owed and to discuss alternative holidays. Please be assured that your money is protected.

Magellan, named after the famous Portuguese explorers, set sail in the summer of 2015 on her maiden voyage to Iceland and the Faroes for the Solar Eclipse and Northern Lights. Combined with an elegantly time-honoured feel and comfortable interiors, this adult-only ship enables passengers to relax, unwind and socialise at a steady and desirable pace with many attractive onboard facilities.

With a home port of London Tilbury, departure points also include Newcastle upon Tyne and Dundee. Magellan embarks on further tours of discovery reaching faraway and exotic destinations such as the Amazon, leading guests in comfort and style to some of the most incredible destinations in the world.

Ship Stats and Features

Tonnage 46052
Number Of Decks 8
Number Of Elevators 1
Maximum Capacity 1250
Refurbished 01/01/2010

Ship Facilities

Magellan delivers an enticing dining experience with two beautifully appointed dining rooms, The Waldorf and Kensington Restaurants for set dining, plus an additional bistro for casual and informal dining. Guests can expect all types of cuisine, from mouth-watering classic Italian dishes to flavour-packed international dishes.

Tea and coffee breaks are well taken care of thanks to CMV's partnership with well-respected beverage company Whittard of Chelsea. Browse their extensive selection of speciality teas and chocolate beverages, and be sure to take a look at their range of gifts to take home.

The variety of things to do onboard Magellan will keep passengers entertained for hours. From the cool, swanky atmosphere of Sinatra’s Lounge Bar to the buzzing Casino or Card & Bridge room there are countless opportunities to socialise and absorb the unique onboard experience. Catch a show in the Main Lounge, dance the night away in Scott’s nightclub or simply sit back and enjoy the magnificent views from one of three available deck bars. The bars on Magellan are a real highlight, each with a different atmosphere and entertainment theme, as well as great value for money on drinks no more expensive than in your local pub. In addition, with Cruise and Maritime there is no additional service charge added to your beverage!

  • Taverner's traditional British pub
  • Sinatra’s lounge Bar
  • Churchill’s Lounge Bar
  • Captain’s Club
  • 3 Deck Bars
  • Card and Bridge Room
  • Casino
  • Main Show Lounge

Passengers can relax, unwind or keep active with top of the range on-board spa and wellness facilities. Featuring two swimming pools, three Jacuzzis, a gym and the Jade Spa and Wellness Centre, guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing how to spend their downtime onboard Magellan.

Sticking with the slow-paced cruise lifestyle, take it easy by reading a book in the Livingstone Library or pick up some great mementos when you browse through the shopping galleria.

Customer reviews for Magellan

We loved our cruise around Norway. The cabins were clean and comfortable. The steward attached to our deck was attentive and professional. The meals were outstanding, plentiful and tasty. Dinner in the restaurant at night was a fine dining experience . The hygiene of the ship was impeccable. Staff were continually cleaning banisters, door handles etc. The night time entertainment was amateurish but, in all honesty it was a small ship so it was to be expected. Ranauld, the excursion director did an admirable job ensuring people were able to get onto their choice of shore excursions. The booking of Shore excursions had proven to be particularly difficult as we had not been able to book shore excursions from Australia. Ranald went out of his way to meet each passengers Individual needs. In fact all staff were just so friendly, so obliging but always professional There was not a lot of daytime entertainment but the library was great, the daytime quizzes fun and other facilities adequate. Let’s face it this was a budget cruise but we were pleasantly surprised at the high standard. Yes, there were sometimes glitches when disembarking or lining up for dinner but these problems were quickly rectified . All in all, a great cruise. We were first time cruisers and we loved every minute.

Show more

We booked a mini cruise sailing to Dublin and the Scilly Isles, The Scilly isles destination was cancelled due to bad weather which was very dissapointing as this was the main reason why we had booked. The ship called into Cork instead - not quite the same!!! On the first night every one was told to make their way to the Waldorf restaurant - long queues quickly formed around the serving stations caused by food trays running low on food and having to be replaced - this caused the queues to come to a standstill. Many people gave up and settled for a starter salad instead (better than nothing I suppose) - this was of course when the salad station could be reached - it was being blocked by the snaking queue of passengers around the restaurant. A couple sharing our table could not get a bottle of wine due to lack of wine waiters.

Show more

Recently returned from Norwegian Ffords cruise . Embarkation at Liverpool swift . Ship clean staff very helpful nothing to much trouble them . Found the food to be of excellent quality and plentiful . Entertainment not up to much . Comedian and Magician excellent but the rest was very mediocre. Shops on board poor with prices much more expensive than high street with some perfume 3 times the high times the high street price. But I didn’t book cruise to shop. Would definitely use again



Are you rebooking a cancelled cruise due to Covid-19?