The Magellan offers 726 staterooms that include 14 suites. Each stateroom ensures that guests can have not just the best sleep during their cruise but the best place to retreat and relax a long day of shore excursions. There are 15 types all fitted with private en-suite facilities, a hair dryer, safe, flat-screen television, ample storage, and a wardrobe. Solo travelers can find solace in the single staterooms, while those who want to indulge should stay in the suite staterooms with private balconies, sitting areas (with sofa beds), Jacuzzi, fridge, and a DVD player.
Dining & Gastronomy
Onboard are two high-quality dining venues – Waldorf and Kensington – for full English breakfasts, five-course lunches, and elegant dinners. For those looking for a more relaxed and casual venue, head to Raffles Bistro where meals are served buffet-style. Cruising means dining with panoramic views of the ocean and enjoying your drinks on the Pool Deck. For cocktails and further beverages, the ship offers Hamptons Lounge Bar and Taverner’s Pub.
Entertainment and Activities
Post-dinner entertainment is best enjoyed at the ship’s two-tier, theater-style Show Lounge where the best performers give passengers nightly shows throughout their cruise. A more relaxed venue and a great place to meet and mingle with fellow passengers is at The Captain’s Club and Sinatra’s. Out on deck are two pools and three whirlpools. Magellan's deck is spacious and remains orderly even when packed, so guests can enjoy romantic strolls under the stars. The ship also has a wellness center, card room, and a well-stocked library.
Passengers can wear casual clothes during the day but are advised to wear proper clothing during excursions, especially when visiting religious sites. There are two gala nights where more formal attire is required such as dinner jackets for males and cocktail dresses for women. During casual evenings, passengers are prohibited from wearing flip flops, shorts, or sleeveless shirts in restaurants.