has unveiled a new programme of voyages for winter 2010-11 featuring Cuba as one of the destinations of call.
New vessel Thomson Dream
will sail through the Caribbean with stops in Havana, Santa Marta and Roatan among its new destinations, which the company hopes will appeal to British cruise lovers.
The company has expressed its "faith in the growing British cruise market" by throwing in flights from Gatwick, Birmingham and Manchester in the hope of encouraging Brits to take longer cruises.
Instead of the usual seven-night voyages offered by Thomson, holidaymakers will enjoy fourteen-night itineraries through the three cruises dubbed Caribbean Experience, Classic Caribbean and Cuban Adventure.
The fly cruises
can be booked from November 5th, with the itineraries running between December 2010 and April 2011.
Capable of accommodating 1,500 passengers, Thomson Dream features four dining venues including a 24-hour buffet and a large revolving stage for Broadway shows.
Written by Chris Smith.