Marella All-Inclusive Drinks List 2023

The all inclusive cruise market is growing, most cruise lines choosing to offer this as their latest special deal. But Marella Cruises (Formally TUI Cruises) have been the leading cruise line in the all inclusive market for some time. Now available on all of their ships they offer a full drinks package along with free gratuities. We have the full drinks menu available right here…

List Updated and correct as of 1st August 2023

As standard – Teas, Coffees, Fruit juices, Draught Soft drinks and water. On all ships.

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  • Fosters (Full or half pint)
  • John Smiths (Full or half pint)
  • Strongbow (Full or half pint)


  • Corona
  • Peroni
  • Becks
  • Birra Moretti
  • Budweiser
  • Guinness
  • Heineken 0.0
  • Non Alcoholic Beer


  • House Sauvignon Blanc, GLASS
  • House Pinot Grigio, GLASS
  • House Chardonnay, GLASS
  • House Merlot, GLASS
  • House Pinot Noir, GLASS
  • House Cabernet Sauvignon, GLASS
  • Bleu De Mar, Rose, GLASS
  • Cava, GLASS
  • Prosecco, GLASS


  • Berry Fizz
  • Banana Banshee
  • Bahama Mama
  • Bellini
  • Black Russian
  • Bloody Mary
  • Citrus Cooler
  • Cuba Libre
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Daiquiri’s
  • Electric Lemonade
  • Hawaiian Tropics
  • Hurricane
  • Long Island Ice Tea
  • Lemon Tree
  • Melon Ball
  • Margarita
  • Mai Tai
  • Negroni
  • Pina Colada
  • Pimm’s Cup
  • Planters Punch
  • Raspberry Lemonade
  • Raspberry Collins
  • Rum Sour
  • Sherbet Lollipop
  • Screwdriver
  • Singapore Sling
  • Whisky Sour
  • Wibble
  • West Indies Yellow Bird
  • Zombie


  • Bell’s
  • Johnnie Walker Red
  • Teacher’s
  • The Famous Grouse
  • Canadian Club
  • Jim Bean
  • Jameson
  • Fundalor
  • Metexa 5



  • Gordon’s
  • Beefeater London Dry
  • Tanqueray


  • Barcardi
  • Malibu
  • Captain Morgan


  • Smirnoff
  • Stolichnaya


  • Jose Cuervo Silver
  • Jose Cuervo Gold


  • Sandeman Ruby
  • Cockburns Special Reserve


  • Harvey’s Bristol Cream
  • Croft Original


  • Amaretto
  • Archer’s
  • Baileys
  • Cointreau
  • Cherry Brandy
  • Chambord
  • Drambuie
  • Sambuca
  • Southern Comfort


  • Martini Dry
  • Martini Rosso
  • Martini Blanco
  • Cinzano
  • Pimm’s
  • Dubonnet
  • Campari
  • Aperol
  • Pernod
  • Fernet-Branca


  • All fountain sodas
  • Orange Juice
  • Pineapple Juice
  • Cranberry Juice
  • Grapefruit Juice
  • Apple Juice

Taken From Marella Cruises….

Your All Inclusive package will vary from ship to ship, but will generally include selected draught beer and ciders, a range of spirits and aperitifs, selected soft drinks by the glass, house wine and prosecco by the glass, as well as a range of cocktails. Check our Terms and Conditions for a full list of what’s included. And remember, All Inclusive covers 10am to 2am daily. If you choose to order drinks outside of this window, they’ll be charged to your onboard account.


Most passengers are happy with Marella’s basic all inclusive package but if you do fancy something a little extra you can update to their premium all inclusive where you will also receive….

  • Upgraded Cocktails
  • Premium Teas and Coffees
  • Premium spirits
  • Cans of soft drinks
  • 1.5 Litre bottle of water in your cabin each day.

Taken from Marella Cruises…

Opt for Premium All Inclusive and you’ll get upgraded cocktails included – so it’s mojito’s and bellini’s all round – plus premium gins, vodkas, rums and tequila, including Bombay Sapphire, Jack Daniels and Absolut Vodka. On top of this, you’ll also get more choice of whiskies, brandies and Cognacs, as well as all drinks from The Coffee Port, made with premium Lavazza coffee, cans of soft drinks, and a 1.5 litre bottle of water every day. And, if you’ve already booked your summer 19 cruise, you can still upgrade to the Premium All Inclusive package.


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2 Responses

  1. christine palfrey says:

    the drinks package is good but and its a very big but. I have checked as thorough as I can and I have paid for an upgraded drinks package only to find that there is not a zinfandel rose wine of any sort on the menu at all. I find this extremely upsetting before I even start the cruise as its the only drink I partake in, also its the most commonly drank wine by the female population. sorry but I feel rather cheated.

  2. Dave Donnelly says:

    I feel your pain! The only lager (draught) that I cannot abide is “Fosters”
    The spirits are more than acceptable, so to avoid Fosters I either shell out £280 (2 people x 14 days) or maybe have to “grovel” for 2 bottles please and a pint glass which any jobsworths will more than likely politely refuse..

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