Canary Islands Cruises

Cruises to Canary Islands

A Spanish archipelago with a flavor all their own, the Canary Islands are closer to Africa than Europe. Yet with status as a major destination for British travelers, the Canary Islands provide enough fun-in-the-sun activities, as well as stunning mountains and deserts, to make this a popular stop for Transatlantic and Western Europe cruises.

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  • Lacking.
    I choose this cruise as we life and work in Tenerife, and it was meant to be a relaxing break after a hectic Christmas. I've been on other cruises, there's always a sail away party, on the Horizon we were made to attend a safety drill, not a ... Read more
  • Average at best
    The cruise ship is 25 years old and due to be decommissioned later this year. There are lots of positives about the cruise ship, but at the end of the day you get what you pay for, you need to remember you are not paying Holland of America, Carnival ... Read more
  • Very Average Ship
    Senior cruiser 1234
    We decided we would like t spend New Year on a cruise. We are experienced cruisers. We have cruised with Thomson at least 15 times on various ships. The Majesty was the least impressive of all the vessels we had sailed on. The ship itself was in ... Read more
  • 7 Days of Purgatory
    this was a last minute decision to go away for new year after a particularly bad year, we thought the break would do us good. As we are not new to cruising we thought this would be a lovely cruise around a familiar area. How wrong could we be, we ... Read more
  • Upmarket floating holiday camp
    The cabin and bar staff are very helpful and do their best The problem is when there is a popular function in the lounge and the waiting/bar staff cannot cope. ( can take 45 mins to get service ) Carol and Anastasia were great waiting staff as ... Read more
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  • wanted away for Christmas and New Year My wife Myself her Sister and Friend aged between 60 and 73 having been on larger ships before we were a little unsure of the Marco Polo But right from the start at least you knew your way around ... Read more
  • A good holiday, but not great.
    This cruise (our first with Cunard) was sold to us as a luxury cruise. I think there is a difference between luxury and tradition and I don't mean traditional in the sense of cruising in it's 'glory days' but traditional as in, how the world views ... Read more
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