Thomson Cruises makes a Caribbean return

Thomson Cruises is making a return to the Caribbean for winter 2008-09.

Thomson Destiny will make two transatlantic cruises – Tropical Transatlantic and Transatlantic Sunrise – and two seven-night cruises, Coral Islands and Caribbean Gems.

The Tropical Transatlantic cruise is a 14-day itinerary that sees passengers fly to Lisbon to board the ship for a five-day Atlantic crossing to the Dominican Republic, where a seven night Coral Islands or Caribbean Gems itinerary starts. Passengers fly home to the UK from La Romana in the Dominican Republic.

The Transatlantic Sunrise 18-night itinerary starts with a flight to the Dominican Republic, before the Thomson Destiny sails first for seven nights on either the Coral Islands or Caribbean Gems itinerary before crossing the Atlantic from Barbados, taking in Gibraltar, Cartagena, Valencia and Barcelona, Spain before finally arriving back in Palma, Majorca.

The seven night Coral Islands cruise sails from La Romana to St Lucia, taking in Barbados, Guadeloupe, St Kitts and Tortola. The Caribbean Gems cruise sails to Grenada, Dominica, Antigua, St Maarten and Tortola.

The operator’s Caribbean cruise programme features a new entertainment programme ‘A New Wave of Entertainment on the high Seas’ with jazz and Dixieland band performances, Latin dancing classes and West End-style shows.


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