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Cruise News: What’s New For Thomson Discovery

“Earlier this year we announced Thomson Discovery as the newest addition to our fleet for 2016”

Here are the exciting new additions to the ship plus our brand new Caribbean itineraries for next winter… Cruising is as much about the ship as it is the destinations, which is why we’re excited about Thomson Discovery, our […]…

  • Cruise News: What’s New For Thomson Discovery

    Earlier this year we announced Thomson Discovery as the newest addition to our fleet for 2016. Here are the exciting new additions to the ship plus our brand new Caribbean itineraries for next winter…

    Cruising is as much about the ship as it is the destinations, which is why we’re excited about Thomson Discovery, our biggest vessel yet. Not only is there a fantastic range of entertainment and activities to keep you busy, there’s a rock-climbing wall, an outdoor movie screen, a mini-golf course and no less than 8 places to eat, including a la carte restaurants and a coffee shop. We’ve even given the ship a swish new makeover. Here’s what it looks like now…

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    Even more dining options

    Thomson Discovery already boasts a range of a la carte and buffet dining options and we’ve just added to the selection. The brand new Gallery 47° is a stylish Italian diner where you can tuck in to your favourite Mediterranean cuisine without even having to book a table. Or, if you’re after a light bite, we’ve now opened the Snack Shack for all your ‘grab and go’ snacks. Inspired by festival food stands, this is where you can pick up hot dogs and nachos with melted cheese.

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    Our new Caribbean itineraries…

    Seven Shores

    Sailing from Barbados – 4th Dec 2016 to 26th Mar 2017
    Calling at: St George’s, Grenada | Roseau, Dominica | Fort de France, Martinique | Pointe a Pietre, Guadeloupe | Kingstown, St Vincent & The Grenadines and Castries, St Lucia

    There’s not a single full day at sea in this packed itinerary, so you won’t miss any Caribbean highlights. Starting off with the palm-fringed beaches of Barbados, you’ll tick off tropical mountainous landscapes in St Lucia, rainforests in Grenada and a stunning underwater world in Guadeloupe. You’ll also get the chance to explore hidden gems St Vincent and Dominica to see some exotic unspoilt islands off the tourist trail.

    Tropical Sands & Sunsets

    Sailing from Barbados – 15th Jan 2017
    Calling at: St John’s, Antigua | Road Town, British Virgin Islands | Fort de France, Martinique | Castries, St Lucia and Bridgetown, Barbados (overnight)

    Each of the ports included in this special itinerary were voted for by you, so it ticks off all your must-see destinations in the Caribbean. You’ve got powdery pristine beaches in Barbados and Antigua, ancient rainforests and spectacular scenery in St Lucia and the British Virgin Islands, and French Caribbean culture to experience in Martinique. You’ll get the perfect combination of relaxing on the best beaches in the Caribbean and trying out all the activities on offer. Snorkelling with turtles, anyone?

    Read more about our new ports and itineraries for 2016 here.

Author: Selina Akhtar

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