Thomson Cruises is introducing ten new destinations and itineraries for winter 2015.
The operator’s cruise ship Thomson Dream (pictured) will offer a round-trip of Cuba for the first time with its new Cuban Revolution itinerary.
Although Havana in Cuba is already offered by the cruise line, it will be the first time Santiago de Cuba and Holguin are featured as ports of call. The round-trip will start in Montego Bay in Jamaica and also includes Havana in Cuba and Grand Cayman.
Thomson Dream is also adding Trujillo (Banana Coast) in Honduras to its Mayan Treasure itinerary, and for the first time features Cape Verde on its transatlantic Beyond The Sunset itinerary.
Its transatlantic Atlantic Adventure cruise introduces stops in Santiago de Cuba and King’s Wharf, Bermuda.
Another new port of call for next winter is Bequia in St Vincent and the Grenadines, featured on Thomson Celebration’s Caribbean Cocktail and Oceans Eleven itineraries.
Meanwhile, Thomson Majesty is introducing stops at Valle Gran Rey in La Gomera and Puerto de la Estaca in El Hierro to its Island Explorer itinerary to the Canary Islands. Also new for Thomson Majesty is the chance to watch the fireworks in Funchal, Madeira, on New Year’s Eve.
Both Thomson Dream and Thomson Celebration are being refurbished for 2015 with additional sun decks and lounges and a new a la carte restaurant on each ship.
The winter 2015 cruise programme goes on sale in December.
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