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In the winter, Thomson Celebration operates in the Red Sea and Thomson Destiny in the Canary Islands, while the other ships are laid-up in Greece. The company recently announced plans to operate in the Caribbean in the winter as well.

Most Thomson itineraries are seven-night cruises repeated every week, but spring and autumn bring more varied repositioning cruises. Thomson offers flights from up to 24 U.K. airports on Thomson's own airline, Thomsonfly, as well as popular pre- and post-cruise land packages for fly-cruises.

Popular Itinerary:
Las Palmas -> La Palma -> Madeira (Funchal) -> At Sea -> Agadir, Morocco -> Lanzarote -> Tenerife -> Las Palmas
Eastern Mediterranean
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Palma de Mallorca -> At Sea -> Villefranche -> Florence (Livorno) -> Rapallo, Italy -> Toulon, France -> Barcelona -> Palma de Mallorca
Popular Itinerary:
Marmaris, Turkey -> Rhodes -> At Sea -> Jerusalem (Ashdod) -> Jerusalem (Ashdod) -> Larnaca, Cyprus -> Alanya, Turkey -> Marmaris, Turkey
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Member Reviews

We booked this cruise a year ago. We arrived at port and got of the coach we then queued to get our cruise cards. We then had to queue to get to the entrance. They closed ...

by plodders

Never been on a sea cruise before, but wanted to go to Jerusalem and this cruise sailed from Cyprus so I didn't have to fly and was cheaper than an airfare. On the good ...

by linedanceangel

There were a number of things on this cruise that did not please me.

Main disappointment was the very limited choice of food in the Dining Rooms and the poor ...

by AliceMaud
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