Introducing Thomson Discovery

“Thomson Discovery is the newest addition to our cruise fleet”

As our biggest vessel yet, it’s packed full of exciting features to match…

  • Introducing Thomson Discovery

    Thomson Discovery is the newest addition to our cruise fleet. As our biggest vessel yet, she comes with a bumper line-up of new features. There’ll be more entertainment options, a fantastic dining scene and tons of activities, too…

    The bigger the better

    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom w/Balcony Cat. E1
    Being the largest cruise liner in the fleet has its advantages. The ship plays hosts to no less than 7 dining spots, including 2 sumptuous à la cartes and a chef’s table. Plus, a whopping 356 of the cabins have balconies, where you can take a pew and watch the sun sink below the horizon.

    A front row seat

    The central atrium has serious wow factor. It’s 5 storeys high and comes with glass walls and mood lighting. Grab a seat to catch some light entertainment, then try your luck with a few games of roulette in the casino.
    Over in the Broadway Show Lounge, you can watch first-class shows every night. We’re talking West End-worthy performances and UK comedians. And outdoors, the big screen plays movies under the stars.

    Activities for all

    Pool Deck
    Tee off at the 9-hole minigolf course, or scramble to the top of the climbing wall for an even better sea view. In need of some me time? Stop off at the luxury spa for a full body massage, or rejuvenating facial. The free Thomson kids’ club can occupy your little ones with arts, crafts and games while you’re there.

    Where will it take you?

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    There are 4 itineraries to choose with Thomson Discovery, all starting and finishing in Palma, Majorca, with 5 ports of call along the way.

    1. Highlights Of The Mediterranean

    Ports of call – Ajaccio, Civitavecchia for Rome, Livorno for Florence and Pisa, Saint-Raphael for St Tropez and Cannes, Barcelona
    Best bits – Vatican City, The Leaning Tower Of Pisa, strolls down Barcelona’s Las Ramblas

    2. Mediterranean Secrets

    Ports of call – Elba, La Spezia for Portofino and Florence, San Remo for Monaco, Toulon for Cote d’Azur, Ibiza Town
    Best bits – Elba’s untouched beaches, San Remo’s chic harbour, picturesque Ibiza Town

    3. Cosmopolitan Classics

    Ports of call – Messina for Mount Etna, Naples for Pompeii and Capri, La Spezia for Portofino and Florence, Villefranche for Monaco and Nice, Palamos
    Best bits – Palma’s gothic cathedral, glamorous Monte Carlo, the ruins of Pompeii

    4. Magic Of Spain

    Ports of call – Gibraltar, Lisbon, Cadiz for Seville, Malaga, Cartagena
    Best bits – The rock of Gibraltar, Cartagena’s clifftop fortresses, Lisbon’s Moorish Quarter

    Found an itinerary that floats your boat? Thomson Discovery cruises are available to book for 2016, from the 23rd April this year. Click here for all our cruise holidays.

Author: Sarah Robinson