Canary Islands Cruises

Cruises to Canary Islands

A Spanish archipelago with a flavor all their own, the Canary Islands are closer to Africa than Europe. Yet with status as a major destination for British travelers, the Canary Islands provide enough fun-in-the-sun activities, as well as stunning mountains and deserts, to make this a popular stop for Transatlantic and Western Europe cruises.

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  • Could have been better.
    We choose this cruise because it was a golden wedding anniversey and husbands 70 birthday.And last year was an annos horribilus for our family with to of the family being hit by the big C.Although ok now , it took its toll. Any way we arrived at ... Read more
  • first and last cruise
    just returned from a weeks stay on the majesty ,the ship is tired and decor is dated and the cabins are small but that wasn't a problem for us.The food in the seven seas restaurant was overall very nice with waiter service and we were looked after ... Read more
  • Just returned from an excellent cruise to the Canaries and Madeira. Unfortunately, the weather was a bit iffy, but that is what one should expect there this time of year. Whilst we could sun bathe on deck on a few afternoons when in port, but ... Read more
  • Better than Expected
    this old lady the NCL Spirit was a wonderful surprise, she is well maintained and has a wonderful choice of restaurants as always too much food :) Staff was very friendly and helpful Food, so many choices and really from a very good quality, ... Read more
  • Contrary to some of the negative reviews we had a very good experience aboard The Majesty. The check in procedure at the port was a bit tiresome with a long queue. Once you got to the desk everything was fine. After identifying cases at the side ... Read more
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  • Winter Cruise
    After cruiseing for over 15 years we are very disappointed that our cruise on thomson majesty was well below par. when we arrived on board the staff were not very friendly.then we were show our cabin 4987 on deck 4 which was over the engines .when ... Read more
  • The ship was tired but maintained character that you will not find on the large newer ships, dining was great with standards matching many others and strive that was better than we had on the Britannia in November. Food and service in the Bistro ... Read more
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