• Transatlantic

  • Transatlantic

Transatlantic

If, for you, the most alluring appeal of a cruise holiday is the fantastic luxury voyage itself, then one of the amazing Transatlantic sailings will provide the perfect choice.

Since the steam ship days of yesteryear crossings of the mighty Atlantic ocean have offered an exciting, exhilarating adventure for passengers from all over the world.

And with regular sailings from UK and other European ports it’s a fantastic option for those British cruise guests wanting to experience the sheer joy of luxury travel and freedom from the daily routines that these wonderful journeys bring.

New York

Routes include one-stop sailings to New York and the chance to spend some time in one of the most exciting and charismatic cities in the world before venturing homewards again on your luxury liner.

Others call at the Canary Islands for some pre-crossing sun and sightseeing, or Iceland where you can explore unique volcanic landscapes or enjoy a spot of whale-watching.

Miami

If you choose one of the longer cruise holidays, you may also include the Caribbean, Canada, or some of the fantastic ports of call like Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Boston along the USA’s eastern seaboard.

Sailing from the west, ships typically embark from Southampton, Dover, Savona, Barcelona or a selection of other European ports. The reverse

Florida keys

route usually sets out from New York, Boston, Florida or one of the larger Caribbean ports.

The world’s leading lines have always included Transatlantic cruises in their itineraries and some of their most prestigious ships have been selected for the route.

And with so many lazy days at sea, passengers get the time to truly appreciated the amazing luxury, fantastic cuisine, efficient, friendly service and exciting entertainment these superb ships have to offer.

Cunard (using the world-famous Queen Mary 2), P&O, Carnival, NCL, Princess, Holland America, Royal Caribbean, and Celebrity are just some of the leading lines offering Transatlantic cruise holidays.