Thomson Cruises Launches Round-Cuba Cruise

Thomson Cruises Launches Round-Cuba Cruise
Fecha de publicación: 
11 November 2014
Imagen principal: 

Thomson Cruises has a revolutionary itinerary for winter 2015 with a new cruise around Cuba that goes to Santiago de Cuba and Holguin for the first time.

Thomson Dream will circumnavigate the Caribbean island during its seven-day Cuban Revolution itinerary, which includes a night and two days in the old colonial capital Havana.

The round-trip from Jamaica's Montego Bay calls at Grand Cayman as well as the colourful Cuban ports onboard Thomson Dream, which takes 1,506 passengers.

Thomson Dream and Thomson Celebration will be refurbished in 2015 with updated sun decks and lounges plus new a la carte restaurants.

This is the second Cuban itinerary for Thomson Dream, which also has regular seven-night Cuban Fusian cruises from Jamaica to Playa Del Carmen in Mexico.

This includes an overnight in Havana and returns to Jamaica via Georgetown, in the Cayman Islands.

The move follows Louis Cruises' launch of a round-Cuba itinerary in 2013 onboard Louis Cristal. Star Clippers have offered Cuban itineraries onboard Star Flyer since February 2014.

The other new winter 2015 port for Thomson Dream is Trujillo (Banana Coast) in Honduras.

Thomson Celebration will also be adding Bequia in St Vincent, the biggest of the Grenadine Islands. And Thomson Majesty will call for the first time at Valle Gran Rey in La Gomera and Puerto de la Estaca in El Hierro, in the Canary Islands.

Add new comment

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
Enter the characters shown in the image.