Recreate a piece of history and indulge in the feeling of adventure
This is an extremely popular route, and for good reason. Travellers can choose from hundreds of different routes and destinations - whether that’s departing from Southampton and travelling to New York, or voyaging from Fort Lauderdale to the UK. And with thousands of potential destinations in between - including Rome, Rio De Janeiro, and Miami - you’ll never be stuck for choice.
The most popular Transatlantic cruises sail to New York, Miami & the Caribbean, offering the perfect chance to combine lots of days at sea and extra nights on land for a Cruise & Stay holiday.
Travelling across the Atlantic, cruise ships may sail direct to their destination port or cruise the destination region for a few days. These may be repositioning cruises and can offer excellent value for money so you may get a great cruise deal.
Itineraries and durations can vary, some have no stops between Southampton and America (or vice versa) allowing you to experience unforgettable days at sea and perfect for immersing yourself in all the facilities your cruise ship has to offer.
A transatlantic cruise means no outbound flight, so you can enjoy a leisurely way of travel before you reach the Big Apple, or even Boston – some packages even include a round trip transatlantic cruise so you needn’t step foot on a plane at all! You could experience Niagara Falls and enjoy Niagara Falls tours into the heart of the action, head to Washington or even north to Canada, or simply spend time in New York.
The beauty of a transatlantic cruise is how much variation is on offer; a cruise ship could take you from Italy to Spain, Barbados and other islands in the Caribbean. Westbound transatlantic cruises will whisk you away to Lisbon before departing for Rio de Janeiro via the Canary Islands.
Recreate a piece of history and indulge in the feeling of adventure and luxury only available on a transatlantic crossing.