From hitting the gym, to promising yourself to read more, New Year resolutions are the perfect opportunity for self-improvement. Living in a time where we seem to be busier and more stressed than ever, why not make it your resolution to schedule in some quality relaxation? A cruise is the perfect way to escape the humdrum of life on land and let the wind blow away your worries up on deck.

We can help you get started on this particular resolution, with these exciting new cruise itineraries for 2015.  Whether you want to sunbathe in the Med with Thomson, visit the Fjords on a Norwegian Cruise Line vessel or take the kids on a northern European tour with Disney, there is an itinerary for the new you to get excited about.

Thomson Cruises

Thomson cruises

In 2015 Thomson Celebration will be moving to her new port town of Dubrovnik in Croatia. The move brings with it an additional four adult-only itineraries to Celebration’s bow, which take full advantage of the Adriatic Sea: Croatian Classics, Adriatic Affair, Grecian Legends and Taste of the Adriatic. Thomson Spirit also revealed the Undiscovered Aegean cruise for next year, with highlights covering beautiful jewels like Izmir in Turkey and the ancient town of Thessaloniki In Greece.

Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity cruises

Bringing in the New Year with its distinct flair, Celebrity Cruises are adding new ports of call to an even greater choice of itineraries. The Celebrity Constellation will dock in Turkey, Athens, Mykonos, Corfu and Katakolon on its Greek Isles and Turkey seven-night sailing. Don’t miss the Black Sea and Greek Isles 12-14 night trip to Bulgaria, Croatia, Greek islands and Slovenia for some more unusual Eastern European stop-offs. Meanwhile, Celebrity Silhouette will travel to the north of Europe on a 12-night Scandinavia and Russia itinerary that will take you from the grand facades of Stockholm to the superlative Winter Palace at St Petersburg.

Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line

Setting off from her new Barcelona home, Norwegian Epic will sail on two new ten-day cruises in November 2015. Searching for sunnier climes in the winter season, she will start a Canary Islands & Morocco itinerary to Tangier, Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Madeira and Malaga. The ship will also go on four adventures to the Western Mediterranean including ten-days taking in the highlights of both northern and southern shores of the Med with Carthage and Naples amongst ports of call, as well as sun-kissed islands Sardinia and Sicily.

Disney Cruise Line

Disney cruise line

Over at Disney Cruise Line, Mickey and co are getting ready to hit the company’s new ports-of-call. Sailing to the Norwegian fjords is a first for Disney Cruise Line: perfect for those keen to explore the part of the world that inspired the movie Frozen! In seven days you will stop at the picture-perfect Stavanger, Alesund, Geiranger and Bergen. For a warmer experience, six Baja cruises will take place for three or five night journeys from San Diego to Endenada and the paradise-like Cabo San Lucas in Mexico.

So if you’re keen on relaxing as part of your New Year regime, speak to a CruiseDeals expert today and have a chat about where you see yourself sailing to next year. Photo-worthy Mediterranean islands and intriguing Scandinavian lands await you, along with many more destinations across the world.

Where do you want to go in 2015? What are your resolutions? Let us know in the comments box below.

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