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Transatlantic Cruises 

Transatlantic Cruises

Crossing the Atlantic Ocean gives you multiple days at sea to relax. Take advantage of everything your luxurious ship has to offer, and don’t forget to simply gaze out at the ocean and its beautiful vistas.
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Reduced Airfare, Shore Excursions and More
Cruise Line: Viking Cruises
Departure: 3/12/2020 to 4/28/2021
Length: 12 to 24 Days
Starting from
$2,199
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Specialty Dining, Private Car Transfers and More
Cruise Line: Cunard Line
Ship(s): Queen Mary 2 | Queen Victoria
Departure: 5/13/2020 to 12/1/2020
Length: 4 to 7 Days
Starting from
$704
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Free Gratuities, Free Upgrade and More
Cruise Line: Cunard Line
Departure: 6/2/2020 to 9/8/2020
Length: 9 to 19 Days
Starting from
$1,339
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111-Day Roundtrip Los Angeles
Cruise Line: Princess Cruises
Departure: 1/20/2020
Length: 111 Days
Starts: Roundtrip Los Angeles
Starting from
$23,499
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Festive Cocktail Receptions, Shore Excursions and More
Cruise Line: Crystal Cruises
Ship(s): Crystal Serenity | Crystal Endeavor
Departure: 1/22/2020 to 4/29/2022
Length: 13 to 47 Nights
Starting from
$3,799
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111-Day Roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale
Cruise Line: Princess Cruises
Departure: 1/5/2020
Length: 111 Days
Starts: Roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale
Starting from
$24,999
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Seven Seas Splendor Arriving Early 2020
Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Departure: 2/6/2020 to 8/18/2020
Length: 7 to 16 Nights
Starts: Multiple
Starting from
$5,199
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Roundtrip New York City
Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Departure: 6/15/2020
Length: 91 Nights
Starts: New York City, NY
Starting from
$46,899
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35-Day Roundtrip Boston
Cruise Line: Holland America Line
Departure: 7/18/2020
Length: 35 Days
Starts: Roundtrip Boston
Starting from
$7,199
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Private Yacht Experience, Shipboard Credit and More
Cruise Line: Windstar Cruises
Departure: 10/19/2019 to 3/21/2020
Length: 7 to 19 Days
Starting from
$1,599
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14 to 30-Night Transatlantic Cruises
Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Departure: 11/12/2019 to 3/25/2021
Length: 14 to 30 Days
Starting from
$6,199
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Week-long Transatlantic passages travel from New York and Southampton. Lengthier repositioning cruises include multiple ports in the Mediterranean or the Caribbean, as the ship sails to a new seasonal homeport in a different area of the world.
Destination Highlights
The ship itself; may also include New York, Boston, Southampton, various Caribbean ports, Miami or Ft. Lauderdale
Popular Activities
Guest speakers and lectures, enriching classes, hobbies such as knitting or crocheting, dancing and live music, puzzles or games, trivia, reading; transatlantic cruises are also popular for theme voyages such as jazz, cuisine, stargazing, ancestry topics and more
To learn more about cruises to this destination please contact one of our cruise experts
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Epic Sunrises and Sunsets
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Relaxing in the Ship's Library
Enjoy the Tranquility at Sea
Enjoy the Tranquility at Sea
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Experts
Gayle Takashima
Gayle Takashima
Cruise Consultant
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ABOUT GAYLE
Gayle continues to expand her knowledge of products and destinations, including World Cruises and Grand Voyages. Sailing as a Voyage Host for Virtuoso Voyages, she ...Read more
Sharon Whiting
Sharon Whiting
Cruise Consultant
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ABOUT SHARON
After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in linguistics, Sharon Whiting began her travel career with a very challenging assignment ...Read more
Joe Lucero
Joe Lucero
Cruise Consultant
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ABOUT JOE
Joe Lucero maintains a thorough knowledge of the cruise industry and makes certain that his clients benefit from that knowledge. He has cruised on many ...Read more
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Expert Reviews & Recommendations
What to expect on a Transatlantic Cruise
Five Takeaways From Viking’s First Transatlantic Crossing
Continuing A Tradition: Cunard’s Iconic Transatlantic Crossings And A Special Memory Regarding Titanic