Thomson Cruises returns to the Tyne on Baltic tour
A cruise ship firm is returning to the Tyne, adding our port to its list of destinations on its Baltic tour.
Thomson Cruises is re-introducing cruises from the UK, with customers able to sail out of Port of Tyne from summer 2017.
Cruise duration from four to 14 nights will visit key ports in the Norwegian Fjords, Scandinavia and the Baltics, including Copenhagen, Stockholm, St Petersburg and Reykjavik on board Thomson Celebration.
Managing Director of Thomson Cruises, Helen Caron, said: “I’m excited to reveal the re-introduction of cruising from Newcastle to our programme in 2017. This will open up even more destinations for our customers, giving them the opportunity to create truly memorable experiences.”
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Cruises from Newcastle will go on sale on in April 2016.