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Thomson Cruises features ten new ports in winter 2015

Thomson Cruises features ten new ports in winter 2015
Thomson Cruises’ new winter 2015 programme features ten new destinations including two ports in Cuba and new itineraries in the Canaries.

Thomson Dream, based in Montego Bay, Jamaica will showcase Cuba in a new Cuban Revolution itinerary adding new ports, Santiago de Cuba and Holguin as well as Havana. The ship will also stop in Grand Cayman.

Thomson Dream is also adding Trujillo (Banana Coast), Honduras, to its Mayan Treasure itinerary.

On transatlantic crossings Thomson Dream will visit Mindelo in Cape Verde for the first time, whilst on the return leg heading to Palma in April, new stops include Santiago de Cuba, and an overnight stay in King’s Wharf, Bermuda.

Thomson Celebration will be adding Bequia in St Vincent and the Grenadines in its winter programme.

Sailing in the Canary Islands this winter, Thomson Majesty is introducing two new destinations: Valle Gran Rey in La Gomera and Puerto de la Estaca in El Hierro.

Thomson Majesty will also be in Funchal, Madeira, on New Year’s eve for the island’s famed fireworks display.

Both Thomson Dream and Thomson Celebration are being refurbished for winter 2014/2015 as part of the cruise line’s modernisation strategy.