Transatlantic Cruises

Be it the Americas to Europe or Europe to the Americas, it will be the journey of a lifetime full of majestic landscapes and relaxing days at sea.


There is still something exciting and romantic about a transatlantic cruise between Europe and the Americas. It is a route that has been traveled millions over the centuries adding to the wonder of a transatlantic cruise. Sail from Southampton to New York for the classic Transatlantic experience or take an entirely different route and enjoy more destinations with a re-positioning cruise across the Atlantic.

Despite the popularity of commercial flight, thousands of people still make the journey every year. A transatlantic cruise is the perfect opportunity to travel from one continent to another while enjoying plenty of time to relax. They are also some of the best value cruises, allowing you to experience everything that your cruise ship has to offer on a grand journey where you can take your time and discover the very best of cruising. Enjoy shows, fine dining and time to socialise with friends or just sit back and relax while you cruise in comfort, a transatlantic cruise gives you the chance to do it all.

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  Cruises from Southampton
Sailing to Fort Lauderdale from Southampton
Sailing to Fort Lauderdale from Southampton
16 Nights with the Crown Princess
p.p.from $1,919
34 day sail from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale
34 day sail from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale
33 Nights with the Crown Princess
p.p.from $5,019
Sail with Cunard from Southampton
Sail with Cunard from Southampton
8 Nights with the Queen Mary 2
 June 2020 - August 2021
p.p.from $2,049
23 day cruise from Southampton (London)
23 day cruise from Southampton (London)
22 Nights with the Crown Princess
p.p.from $5,079
Cruising to Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) from Southampton (London)
Cruising to Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) from Southampton (London)
14 Nights with the Crown Princess
p.p.from $2,378
  Azores Cruises
Cruising from Fort Lauderdale with the Silver Shadow
Cruising from Fort Lauderdale with the Silver Shadow
13 Nights with the Silver Shadow
p.p.from $7,470
17 day cruise with the Silver Whisper to New York
17 day cruise with the Silver Whisper to New York
16 Nights with the Silver Whisper
p.p.from $9,270
Travelling with the Silver Moon to Barcelona from Fort Lauderdale
Travelling with the Silver Moon to Barcelona from Fort Lauderdale
15 Nights with the Silver Moon
p.p.from $7,740
13 day expedition from Hamilton
13 day expedition from Hamilton
12 Nights with the Silver Moon
p.p.from $5,940
Delightful Barcelona to delightful New York
Delightful Barcelona to delightful New York
16 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
p.p.from $9,000
  Fly Cruises
Beautiful Buenos Aires to Venice Waterways
Beautiful Buenos Aires to Venice Waterways
26 Nights Transatlantic, ...
 MSC Orchestra
p.p.from $4,599
New York Heights to Roman Treasures
New York Heights to Roman Treasures
23 Nights Transatlantic, ...
 Norwegian Getaway
p.p.from $5,699
Argentina, Brazil, Spain & Italy - Fly, Double Cruise & Stay
Argentina, Brazil, Spain & Italy - Fly, Double Cruise & Stay
34 Nights Transatlantic, ...
 MSC Orchestra
p.p.from $5,999
Italian Riviera to Miami Beach
Italian Riviera to Miami Beach
24 Nights with the MSC Divina
p.p.from On Request
Europe to North America via Iceland
Europe to North America via Iceland
20 Nights with the MSC Meraviglia
p.p.from On Request
Transatlantic Ports
Rome (Civitavecchia), Italyfrom

Civitavecchia is located in the province of Rome and is a gateway to the city. Rome is Italy's largest city, and is bursting with Italian history and culture. The Old Town, St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican City are on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. In the 'Eternal City' there is so much to discover, such as many theater performances to enjoy and museums with fascinating exhibits. A highlight of Rome is the food available, with the huge number of bars, restaurants and cafes sure to satisfy. Highlights of Civitavecchia Visit the historic Colosseum, Pantheon and Roman Forum Enjoy typical Roman cuisine in an Italian cafe or restaurant See the many beautiful squares and fountains in the city

Barcelona, Spainfrom

A blend of the traditional and modernity makes Barcelona one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. With approximately 1.62 million inhabitants, Barcelona is also the second-largest city in the country. Among the attractions are the Nou Camp, Sagrada Família, Park Guell and the beautiful Las Ramblas promenade. In addition to the many cafés, tapas bars are found all around the city and provide a culinary highlight.

Southampton (London), England, United Kingdomfrom

Southampton is a historical port city located in Hampshire county, southern England. A popular city in its own right, with attractions including the Tudor House, the stunning gardens of Mottisfont Abbey, and more, most of its appeal is held in its status as your gateway to the metropolis of London. Most cruise lines visiting Southampton will start or end their cruise here, or will offer excursions to explore nearby London. There you can enjoy everything from history to culture, cuisine and everything in between. The Tower of London, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and a whole lot more await.

Lisbon, Portugalfrom

Portugal's capital is one of Europe's oldest cities, and offers tourists a diverse and interesting cultural activities. The Torre de Belém and the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos were recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. Lisbon has many interesting buildings, parks and museums and also hosts the annual jazz festival 'Jazz em Agosto'. Saint George castle comes highly recommended, as it offers a spectacular view of the city. In addition, you must try the Portuguese cuisine. Try one of the city's famous dishes, the cod is a particularly loved dish.

Miami, Florida, USAfrom

Miami, situated on the Atlantic coast in Southeast Florida, is the world's busiest cruise port. An array of world-famous beaches such as South Beach, which is known for its vibrant nightlife scene, continue to put the city on the map for cruise vacationers. Miami is home to many beautiful and lush national parks and botanical gardens, such as Biscayne National Park and the divine Pinecrest Gardens.

Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida, USAfrom

The city of Fort Lauderdale in the U.S. state of Florida and makes an ideal holiday destination. Due to the many canals in the city, Fort Lauderdale is also known as the American Venice. In the 1970's, the area was very popular with students celebrating Spring Break but these were replaced by cruise vacationers in recent years. Fort Lauderdale offers beautiful beaches, museums, the world's biggest everyday flea market and also the world's largest drive-in cinema, which has 13 screens.

New York, USAfrom

New York is one of the most renowned and iconic cities in the world with famous sights and landmarks at every turn you take. Visitors are guaranteed to be amazed by the world-acclaimed Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building landmarks. The beautiful and serene Central Park is a must see for all visitors. Shopping enthusiasts will be mesmerized by the various premium outlets that Fifth Avenue and the Rockefeller Center have to offer. New York is packed with famous buildings and locations such as Times Square, Wall Street and Brooklyn Bridge which is sure to captivate the masses of visitors.

Bridgetown, Barbadosfrom

Bridgetown is the island's largest city and is a vibrant and historic cultural gem. The city was founded by the British, meaning there is a terrific mix of old and new on the island with historic British colonial buildings alongside modern structures such as shopping centres and financial institutions. Always a lively city, there is a large amount of shopping, dining and cultural experiences to discover. Street vendors provide colour and character to the streets and the local bars and restaurants are the perfect way to immerse yourself in the Caribbean culture.

Málaga, Spainfrom

Málaga, with approximately 569,000 inhabitants, is the sixth largest city in Spain. Due to the favorable climate of Malaga, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Iberian Peninsula. Several museums and buildings characterize the city. From the Alcazaba, a Moorish fortress from the 11th There century to the Catedral de la Encanacíon to the birthplace of painter Pablo Picasso, Málaga has much to discover and admire.

Cádiz, Spainfrom

Cadiz is situated on a peninsula in the south of Spain. Do not miss the cathedral from the 18th Century. From the towers you have a great view of the city. In addition, you should visit the old bath house, the Plaza de Mina, the Church of the Holy Cross, with foundations dating from the 13th Century and the Holy cave paintings visit. In many bars and cafes you can taste typical Spanish dishes and watch the hustle and bustle on the streets.

Madeira (Funchal), Azores, Portugalfrom

Funchal is the capital of the island of Madeira, the Pearl of the Atlantic, known for its many exotic flowers. The origin of the name comes from the discovery by the Portuguese. When they arrived there, the islanders grew a lot of fennel. The city can look back on a nearly 600-year history. Explore the Levada, artificial watercourses, which pump rain water from the north and the center of Madeira to the farms in the south.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spainfrom

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is one of the capitals of the Canary Islands. The many cafes and seating areas invite tourists to relax and enjoy observing the hustle and bustle of the city. The town's history goes back to the 15th Century. Today it is mainly a modern city, a magnet for both locals and tourists. Tenerife is also home to the third highest island volcano on Earth, Mount Teide.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazilfrom

Rio de Janeiro is famous for many things. The statue ‘Christ the Redeemer’ on the Sugar Loaf is instantly recognisable and has become a symbol of the city and of Brazil more widely. Rio de Janeiro is also surrounded by beautiful beaches, such as the Copacabana and Joatinga. Carnival is the cultural main event on Brazil’s calendar and the most colourful and lively one is found in Rio de Janeiro.

Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugalfrom

Ponta Delgada is the capital city of the Azores Archipelago and is home to the Sao Miguel Island's main port. Sao Miguel Island is in its turn the largest island in the Portuguese archipelago and has the highest population. The island has been nicknamed 'the Green Island' for its spectacularly breathtaking landscapes. Explore the city with its beautiful old churches, a 16th century fort and a fascinating museum of the Azores' natural history and then embark on an expedition to explore the rest of the stunning island.

Highlights of Ponta Delgada
  • Visit one of the most spiritually important churches in the whole of Portugal - Convento de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca
  • Spot whales and dolphins from a boat departing from the local port
  • Enjoy the spectacular views of the Lagoa das Sete Cidades 15km from the city

Salvador da Bahia, Brazilfrom

Known as Brazil's capital of happiness, the city of Salvador is the capital of the state of Bahia. The city was declared a World Heritage Site in the year 1985 due to its historical monuments from the 17th and 19th century. The city is well known for its Portuguese colonial architecture found in its Pelourinho neighbourhood. It’s is also renown for its African influence which can be best experienced in the unique music and cuisine. The city is also considered the home of the Afro-Brazilian martial art Capoeira.


Rediscover the romance of a classic transatlantic cruise. While most cruises serve largely as a mode of transport to sail from one port to the next, a transatlantic cruise offers you the chance to relax and unwind with anything between 6-8 days at sea at a time.

Journey Back In Time

Transatlantic Crossings are historically synonymous with exploration and emigration. However, today a transatlantic cruise is something of a luxury sailing with long days at sea. Voyages across the Atlantic often conjure up images of uncertainty and nostalgia, with the first Transatlantic Crossing taking place prior to the 19th Century. Examples of some famous transatlantic liners engrained in maritime history include the RMS Lusitania, RMS Mauretania, RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 and RMS Queen Mary 2.

Wide Range of Destinations

Today transatlantic cruises incorporate the classical sail ideals of elegant cruising and sophistication, along with top-class amenities and entertainment for days at sea. A transatlantic cruise makes innovative travel possible by combining journeys to/from the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Americas so you can expand your exploration. This unforgettable experience enables you to discover a wide range of fantastic destinations, with cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Civitavecchia (Rome), Copenhagen, Fort Lauderdale (Florida), New York and more.