island escape

Island Escape is our most laid-back ship, with no stuffiness and few rules when it comes to dress codes and set dining times. It also flies the All Inclusive flag, which means you won’t have to fret about putting your hand in your pocket onboard. You see, the price you pay for your cruise covers all your food and drinks – unless you want to upgrade of course. You’ve got the pick of 6 bars, including a traditional pub, and a couple of self-service restaurants, too. As far as entertainment goes, you can get stuck in to the live music, quizzes and games in the lounges and on the open decks.

  • 12Decks
  • 768Cabins
  • 3Restaurants
  • 6Bars
  • 1Pools
  • 5Lifts

Island Cruises

All Inclusive cruises

  • All Inclusive food and drinks
  • Down-to-earth, easy-going cruises
  • Round-the-clock dining with no dress code
  • Tips and service charges included
  • Tour the Mediterranean's hotspots
  • 9 out of 10 customers recommend us


Grand suite

The ship's Grand Suite has got tonnes of space – 50m² if you’re asking. You’ve got the lot here – a king-size bed, a separate lounge, a bar area, a pull down double bed and an extra sofa bed. We’ve gone mad with the extras, too, so you get a dining area, a mini-bar, 2 TV's, walk-in wardrobe and a hairdryer. For major relaxation, the marble en suite bathroom has a whirlpool bath, or you can step out on to the large private balcony where there are 2 sunbeds, a table and 2 chairs.

Deluxe Balcony Cabin

You’ll really feel at home here. In all, there’s 20m² of space and the bonus of a roomy, private balcony set out with a table and 2 chairs. You can expect 2 side-by-side single beds, which convert to a queen-size double, plus a sofa bed for daytime relaxing and night-time sleeping for a third guest. There’s also a fridge, a hairdryer, and an internet access point for laptop users. The dove-grey-and-white tiled en suite comes with a shower and WC.


Beachcomber Restaurant

This laid-back dining spot at the top end of the ship is open all hours for meals and snacks. You can start the day with a slap-up breakfast on the open deck, and finish it with a buffet dinner with as many trimmings as you can manage. Between times, why not pop by for afternoon tea, or make a pit stop in the small hours to refuel after a night on the dance floor?


The Pub

Welcome to your very own local, right at the heart of the ship. There’s a bit of sailing memorabilia here and there to remind you that you’re at sea. Other than that, bar stools, comfy armchairs, and dark-wood panelling make this place the spitting image of a traditional English pub. The only difference being every hour is happy hour.

Ocean Theatre

The main show lounge has razzle-dazzle in spades. If it’s sequinned costumes and sparkly lights you’re after, you’ll feel right at home here. Big voices belt out numbers from The Andrews Sisters through to Take That, and there’s plenty of West End-style theatre in-between. There are usually 2 shows every night, plus late-night cabarets and comedy from visiting acts.



The pool is on deck 10 when you fancy the occasional dip to cool off. It’s one for all the family. There are sunloungers dotted around it for drying off in the sun, and Mirage Bar is just next door.

Kids' club

Junior cruisers are welcome to pop along to our free kids’ club on board. It’s split in to 2 age groups – 3 to 6 years and 7 to 11 years – with things like discos, treasure hunts, talent shows, and pyjama parties up for grabs. If there are enough teens onboard, this club cranks it up a gear. We've got all sorts - from pool parties to street dance classes - for 12 to 16-year olds.

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