Transatlantic Cruises

A Transatlantic cruise is ideal for someone who loves lazy days at sea with only a few port calls or no port of call at all. Most Transatlantic cruises are actually repositioning cruises, i.e., moving a ship from one sailing to another.
To experience a real Transatlantic cruise as it was in the golden age of travel, consider a 7-days “crossing” aboard the Queen Mary 2. With its impeccable service and refined atmosphere, this new ship evokes the era of classic ocean liner travel. You can sail in either direction – Westbound from Southampton, UK to New York, USA or Eastbound in the reverse direction.
Many other ships offer repositioning cruises twice a year – from Caribbean to Europe in the beginning of summer and again for return journey when European summer is over. “Transatlantic crossings” aboard the QM2 are available several times during the year with special themes such as Jazz or Food & Wine.

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Cruise ships sail to exotic destinations all over the world. Each port of call offers its own distinct of history, culture, scenic beauty, geography, adventure and activities. This is one of the unique benefits of a cruisevacation – you unpack once and the cruise ship will take you away from one exotic port of call to another. As a matter of facts, you sleep in one city and wake up in another. Click on a image below to learn more about the Cruise Destination. if you can’t find what you’re looking for, please call us or send an email with your needs and we will contact you.

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