Why cruise on this ship?All main and upper deck cabins measure a spacious 17 square metres, and Lower deck cabins are 14 square metres and come with their own permanent hotel bed, separate bathroom, TV, telephone, safe, hairdryer, minibar, Nespresso machine, Wi-Fi speakers and individually controllable air conditioning.
From the Grand Dining Room to Verandah and Grill with it’s in and outdoor spaces, Spirit of Discovery offers our biggest-ever choice of dining venues, including three new speciality restaurants. And your reservation is waiting at every one, free of charge.
When it comes to entertainment and activities, Spirit of Discovery is all about choice. Whether you decide to pamper yourself in the Spa, get active, spend an evening at the on-board theatre, or relax in the classic Britannia Lounge, you’ll be spoilt for choice, day and night.
On our boutique cruises, what happens on the ship is only half the story. That’s where Explore Ashore comes in. Part concierge, part tourist information hub, on every itinerary our travel experts will be on hand to help you plan your time ashore, exactly how you want it.
Health and fitness
There will also be outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a spa, saunas, treatment rooms and a beauty salon.
Kids and teens
Saga Holidays are for anyone 50 and over. A travelling companion or family member travelling with you may be aged 40 or over.
One of the amazing features of the new ship is that it's been designed so that all cabins will have a balcony - there are no 'inside' passenger cabins anywhere on the ship.
At the heart of every luxury boutique hotel are the bedrooms: your own haven to relax and re-energise while enjoying your own personal space. And with an average floor plan of 215 square feet as standard, there’s quite a bit of space to enjoy when you cruise on Spirit of Discovery.
Taking their design cues from some of London’s top hotels, cabins aboard Spirit of Discovery have been styled to showcase the best in contemporary, yet classic British design.