Thomson cruises 2014 – Cruise & Stay and All Inclusive Cruises

Thomson Cruises are the perfect way to see new holiday destinations and cities you may otherwise not see. It’s a great option for couples who like to enjoy a few days relaxing in the sun and also have the opportunity to explore new and exciting destinations.

Thomson cruises offer great value and have helped to reduce the cost of cruising and make it more affordable to more and more holidaymakers. Thomson now offer cruises on 5 different ships departing from various ports covering some of the best of the Mediterranean destinations.

Thomson Cruises 2014 – Getting the best DealsThomson Cruises 2014 late  deals & special offers

Thomson Holidays generally offer the best online prices direct on their own web site. It is not unusual to find that there are online discounts just for booking direct online. If there are any other deals and offers then these will automatically be added to the price shown on the screen.

Thomson 2014 All Inclusive Cruises

With many of the cruises you can upgrade to make your Thomson cruise all inclusive. Watch out for special offers where you get a free Thomson all inclusive upgrade.

Thomson Cruises 2014 Brochure

For full details and ship plans of all Thomson ships pick up a Thomson Cruise 2014 brochure or go online where you will find all the information on Thomson cruises as well as ports of calls and Thomson cruise excursions for each of their cruises.

Thomson Cruises 2014 late deals

There is no doubt that during 2014 there will be Thomson cruises late deals where you should expect to see reductions in some of the prices. Obviously don’t expect huge reductions on peak holiday dates as these will probably get booked up at the full price. Just keep checking here or on the official Thomson cruise holidays web site.

Thomson Fly Cruise

Thomson holidays cruises depart from Corfu, Palma and Marmaris in Turkey. Using Thomsons own airline Thomson Airways network of flights for many you are able to fly direct from a local airport. On arrival at your chosen airport you are met by a Thomson representative and taken to the port to board the ship for your cruise. There are also cruises from the UK for anyone who would rather not fly.

Thomson Holidays have five cruise ships

Thomson Dream
The Thomson Dream offers lots of space and lots of facilities as well as great quality shows in the evening. The Thomson Dream is a Platinum cruise ship.

Thomson Celebration
One of the smaller ships in the Thomson fleet however it offers excellent cuisine in its à la carte restaurant. For those who wish to spoil themselves even more there are a number of beauty treatments available onboard at the ships spa. The Thomson Celebration is now also a Thomson Platinum ship.

Thomson Spirit
Thomson Cruise oldest serving vessel and still as popular as ever with Thomson cruise customers. Offers holidaymakers a great atmosphere and of course cruise experience.

Thomson Majesty
Popular with couples looking for a cruise with lots of restaurants and facilities. Enjoy a relaxing evening in the piano bar or a treatment in the ship’s spa.

Island Escape
When it comes to a relaxing cruise the informal atmosphere onboard and onboard activities offer everything from spa treatments and sports.

Thomson Cruise and Stay

Thomson holidays offer holidaymakers great value one week cruises however lots of people are looking for a two week holiday option. With Thomson you can do back to back cruises where you can cruise for two weeks. This can generally mean going to the same ports again however some people don’t mind. The other option is to do a Thomson Cruise and stay holiday where you cruise for a week and add on a weeks accommodation. You can add on the accommodation of your choice in the resort you want either before or after your cruise. This way you can have a great two week holiday and for many it is available direct from their local airport.
For full details of all of Thomson cruises and to check availability and prices please visit the official Thomson Holidays web site > click here