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A transatlantic crossing is a true cruise passage, harking back to the days when ocean liners were the only real option to cross the Atlantic. The RMS Queen Mary 2, one of the most luxurious ships at sea, is the quintessential ocean liner, built with extra-thick plating and hull to cross the Atlantic under any conditions at high speed. The QM2 offers the only scheduled departure, providing a relaxing journey to bring you refreshed to either New York or Southampton. Also, many cruise ships cross the Atlantic to spend summer in Northern Europe and the Mediterranean, and winter in the Caribbean or South America. Passengers can enjoy uninterrupted days at sea and lots of leisure time. NOTE that vessels also cross the North Atlantic in the Arctic – Baltic & North Atlantic Region.

Many cruise ships relocate across the Atlantic twice annually between Europe and the Americas, so your preference depends on the size of the ship, level of luxury and entertainment, and end ports that suit your needs. Choose between 50 ships from Cunard, Carnival, Celebrity, HAL, MSC, NCL, P&O, and RCI, together with the luxury vessels of Azamara, Crystal, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn and Silversea. Since ports of call are few, on-board entertainment (or private rest in comfort) will influence your selection. Sail East during March to April, and West during September to December.

Transatlantic fares are really low! North Atlantic crossings usually visit Iceland and some also visit Greenland. South Atlantic sailings between Europe and South America are offered by the large MSC and RCI ships, and many of the smaller luxury vessels. Most crossings are between the Mediterranean and Caribbean. The longer crossings (3 to 4 weeks) do of course include many ports around the UK or in the Mediterranean. You can travel year-round on the only true ocean liner of today - Queen Mary 2 ("Getting there is half the fun") - with strengthened hull for a classic 6-day run between New York and Southampton.



Top 10 Daily Deals for TransAtlantic Cruises

Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

1

NOV 17

18

NIGHTS

Dep: Genoa


Ret: Santos (Sao Paulo)

$1,307

$73

22

NOV 18

17

NIGHTS

Dep: Genoa


Ret: Basse-Terre

$1,239

$73

12

NOV 17

21

NIGHTS

Dep: Venice


Ret: Rio de Janeiro

$1,574

$75

5

NOV 17

15

NIGHTS

Dep: Rome (Civitavecchia)


Ret: Miami

$1,126

$75

24

NOV 17

16

NIGHTS

Dep: Genoa


Ret: Santos (Sao Paulo)

$1,217

$76

4

MAR 18

21

NIGHTS

Dep: Rio de Janeiro


Ret: Venice

$1,649

$79

8

APR 18

20

NIGHTS

Dep: Santos (Sao Paulo)


Ret: Kiel

$1,622

$81

10

NOV 17

15

NIGHTS

Dep: Genoa


Ret: Martinique

$1,217

$81

3

NOV 18

17

NIGHTS

Dep: Genoa


Ret: Havana

$1,399

$82

15

OCT 17

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Copenhagen


Ret: Miami

$1,221

$87

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