While the Thomson cruise line may not be as popular when compared to the likes of Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruises, you can still pick up a good deal on one of their cruise ships, which must be good considering the likes of Peter Andre booking a Thomson cruise in 2011.
We’ve found some pretty good last minute Thomson cruise deals for this winter, and they run from late 2011 to early 2012. You can save up to £600 per couple on what cruises are still bookable for this year, and at the time of writing these include “Treasures of the Mediterranean”, “Ancient Wonders”, “Western Highlights”, and “Mediterranean Renaissance”.
All these Thomson holidays are fly cruises, which leave from a range of airports, including Gatwick, Manchester, Stansted, Luton, and Bristol. You can find some slightly later cruise deals that run into early next year on this page, which include cruises on the Thomson Dream, Thomson Celebration and Thomson Destiny. These are also fly cruises with none leaving from Southampton.
We recommend you also check out your local travel agents for last minute cruise deals, which depends how late you’re thinking of leaving it. We’ve seen deals with up to 60% off, although that was with under a week to go, which is leaving it extremely late.
Have you been on a Thomson cruise before, and if so how did you find it? Do you think Peter Andre just wanted a quieter experience?