One of the greatest things about cruise holidays is undoubtedly the cuisine – cruise ships are true foodie heaven, with many liners serving up Michelin-quality food pretty much 24 hours a day. Liners are really pushing the boat out in terms of their culinary offerings, with many cruise ship restaurants now equalling anything land-based competitors have to offer.
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As the third season of the award-winning Downton Abbey starts this weekend, the hit show is set to capture our hearts and imaginations again. To celebrate its return we take a look at the history of cruising and the golden age of travel in the second decade of the 20th Century.
This season, Thomas Cook’s partner organisation P&O, will be sponsoring the nation’s most popular drama series and will be showing an ident at the beginning and end of every episode and either side of the commercial breaks.
New Price Promise is Launched: Cruise bookers will be delighted that from now on the early bird still catches the worm when it comes to getting the best deal on your holiday.
Cruise Thomas Cook, along with their cruise partners P&O Cruises and Cunard, is now rewarding the forward-planning customer by making sure that if the price of their cruise for 2013/14 comes down after they have booked it – they will be offering on board spending money or free upgrades to make up the cost.
The famous shipping line P & O sailed into history yesterday by taking its seven cruise ships out to sea in a fabulous flotilla from Southampton.
The spectacular move, uniting the Adonia, Aurora, Arcadia, Azura, Oceana, Oriana, and Ventura liners for the first time, was to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the company.
Thousands of people lined the seafront to watch the gleaming white hulls and signature ‘buff’ funnels berthed at seven different points in the port, before cheering as the ships set sail out onto the Solent.