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Cruise Show 2013 heads to London

Cruise Show 2013 heads to London

‘The UK’s biggest event for discovering a world of voyages’, the prestigious Cruise Show is coming to London Olympia on March 23-24, bringing exclusive deals from top cruise lines such as Celebrity Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Fred Olsen and Thomson Cruises.

As a leading travel operator offering packages from many of the cruise liners featuring at this year’s event, Thomas Cook looks ahead at just what you can expect to find.

Celebrity Cruises
Setting a worldwide standard for quality, luxury and indulgence, Celebrity Cruises include all the features you’d traditionally expect from a cruise holiday. Cruising on the seven seas in lavish style, you can expect to learn more about their impressive range of on-board activities and exquisite level of service.
Exclusive deals may also be on offer for those interested in taking full advantage of this opportunity. You will get the chance to learn more about some of their luxurious ships which include the Celebrity Eclipse and the Celebrity Solstice; both boasting passenger capacities of 2,850.

Norwegian Cruise Line
Proving there is room for change in every industry, Norwegian offers a unique cruising experience that is sure to draw attention at this year’s Cruise Show. Ships such as their Norwegian Epic combine top-quality entertainment, including the Blue Man Group - performing on board - with a vast array of dining options and flexible accommodation for ultimate luxury.
Learn more about their impressive range of award-winning ships, or research the details of their famous Freestyle Cruising - whatever you do, you won’t be disappointed.

Fred Olsen
Featuring alongside some of the biggest names in the cruise industry, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines are proud to operate with a smaller fleet of liners. Their cruises, all of which set sail from one of nine UK ports, offer you the chance to start off your holiday stress free.
The Balmoral is their largest ship, containing 710 cabins with enough room for 1,300 guests, whilst smaller ships such as the Black Watch and Boudicca cater to around 800 passengers each. Setting sail from UK departure points, find out more about their onboard services, worldwide destinations and themed cruises by taking a trip to their exhibition at this year’s Cruise Show