Thomson Cruises has announced changes to its winter 2016/17 program, leading with the announcement that the Thomson Discovery will depart from its new homeport in Barbados.

Customers will be able to experience an all new "no sea day" Caribbean itinerary, continuing Thomson Cruises ambition of expanding their portfolio of destination intensive itineraries.

Thomson’s latest fleet addition, the Thomson Discovery will sail three different itineraries from its new home port in Barbados including the all new Seven Shores itinerary, which is Thomson Cruises’ first Caribbean itinerary to feature no full day at sea. Ports of call include Bridgetown, Barbados; Fort de France, Martinique; Roseau, Dominica; Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe; Castries, St Lucia; Kingstown, St Vincent and St George’s, Grenada.

Thomson Celebration will move to its new home port in Dubai and begin sailing two new itineraries, ’Arabian Nights’ and ‘Cities of Gold’ from 20th December 2016 and on sale from 5th November 2015.

The Thomson Dream will remain in its home port in Montego Bay, Jamaica and will sail three itineraries on a Tuesday including the popular Cuban Fusion itinerary, Mayan Treasures and Pride of Panama.

Thomson Cruises will also be offering free all inclusive upgrades (subject to availability) on all winter 2016/17 cruises.

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