Thomson Cruises’ brand new winter 2015 program includes 10 new destinations.
From winter 2015, Thomson Dream will showcase the unique offering of Cuba with its Cuban Revolution itinerary. Cuban Revolution will allow customers to soak up everything the island has to offer as two new ports, Santiago de Cuba and Holguin, are added to the line-up. Beginning its journey in Montego Bay, Jamaica,
Thomson Dream will go on to explore the two new Cuban destinations and continue its journey to spend the night in the country’s vibrant capital, Havana, before going onto Grand Cayman, and finally making its return journey back to Montego Bay.
Furthermore, Thomson Dream is adding Trujillo (Banana Coast), Honduras, to its Mayan Treasure itinerary. These new ports of call join a line-up already filled with some of the Caribbean and Central America’s showstoppers, such as Costa Rica, Panama and Belize.
For winter 2015 Thomson Celebration will be adding Bequia in St Vincent and the Grenadines as a port of call for its Caribbean Cocktail and Oceans Eleven itineraries.
Customers on Thomson Dream will for the first time experience the delights of Mindelo in Cape Verde. Travelling back towards Palma in April, two new destinations will be included in the Atlantic Adventure itinerary, also on Thomson Dream, with stops in Santiago de Cuba, and an overnight stay in King’s Wharf, Bermuda.
Thomson Majesty is introducing two new destinations on its Island Explorer itinerary. The itinerary will now stop at Valle Gran Rey in La Gomera and Puerto de la Estaca in El Hierro.
Thomson Majesty will also be offering something extra special for New Year’s Eve, giving visitors the chance to celebrate New Year watching the magnificent firework display in Funchal, Madeira.
Both Thomson Dream and Thomson Celebration will be refurbished for 2015 as part of the cruise line’s modernisation strategy. Upgrades will include public areas such as sun decks and lounges, and the on-board dining experience will be enhanced with the introduction of a brand new a la carte restaurant on each ship.
Helen Caron, Managing Director for Thomson Cruises, said: “I’m delighted that we are able to introduce some exciting new ports for our second season with two ships in the Caribbean. Cuba is a fantastic destination and one that our customers tell us they want to visit more, so I am sure the itinerary centred around the island will prove extremely popular.”