We have a range of transatlantic cruises available for you some of which start from Southampton and others starting from the other side of the pond. Southampton is easily reached via an excellent road and rail network.Whether you want to visit the USA, Canada, Central or South America there is a cruise for everyone
Vegas and New York with QM2
3 Bucket List holidays in one
Inc 3 nights Vegas and 2 in New York
Inc: Full Board QM2 NYC to Southampton
Iconic QM2, San Fran & NYC
11-12 nts | Various dates through 2017
Inc: 2 Nt Hotel Stays in Both San Fran & NYC
QM2 to New York
Various dates May 2017 to Jan 2018
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3 Icons - One Holiday
QM2 + 2 nts New York + 3 nts Niagara Falls
Bonus: Scenic train trip & Maid of the Mist
Various Dates Available Until Dec 2017
No Fly Xmas Caribbean
Queen Mary 2 and NCL Gem Cruises Included!
Inc: 2 Nights Hotel Stay in New York
26 Nts - Amazing Value - 2017 Now on Sale!
No Fly USA 2015 - 42 Nts
Experience 3 Beautiful Ships in 1 Journey
Royal Princess - Choice of Ship -QM2
Inc: Stays in Florida & New York & 1Nt Amtrak
About Transatlantic cruises
Crossing the ocean can be accomplished in comfort and style by embarking on a transatlantic cruise on one of the many ultra modern cruise ships. Holidaymakers living in the UK usually embark in Southampton, which is where the adventure begins. The entire voyage is not an unbroken vista of water from horizon to horizon. Many ships stop at ports of call such as Cork, for a chance to explore its magnificent cathedrals or take part in a unique shopping experience. Depending on the final destination, other stopovers typically include Lisbon, famous for its architecture and beauty, the stunning vistas of the Azores, Tenerife and the Cape Verde Islands.
If the itinerary includes New York , passengers are sure to be moved by the sight of the iconic Statue of Liberty, the symbol of the “Land of the Free”. The towering skyscrapers and imposing cityscape are an impressive welcoming sight. Take some time to visit Times Square, with its bustle or stroll through the 843-acre Central Park. Broadway’s shows are the embodiment of the City that Never Sleeps, while the stores offer goods at unbelievable prices, making the Big Apple a shopping destination in itself.
New York is famous for both the variety and quality of cuisine available. From hotdogs sold piping hot from carts on most street corners to five-star gourmet dining in the many restaurants that line the city’s streets, there is something to suit every taste in the Big Apple.
For those heading a little further north on their transatlantic cruises, New England and Canada are famous for the readily available fresh lobster and other seafood, featuring variety and quality unrivalled almost anywhere else in the world. St. Johns is famous for its theatre and opera companies, as well as being home to the Exhibition Park Raceway, where guests can enjoy watching the sport of harness racing. Boston has great museums and historic sites to please the most avid history buff, as well as charming shops and a small-town local culture nestled in the large city.
Halifax offers dramatic seascape vistas with a rugged and majestic rocky coastline to welcome visitors. The adventurous among you may wish to sample some of the outdoor activities, like kayaking, tidal bore rafting and surfing. Tamer pursuits include beachcombing and enjoying the local cuisine or perhaps taking in a local jazz or multicultural festival. Cosmopolitan Quebec is known for being a centre of music and dance, boasting musical events throughout the year.
For those wishing to add a hint of the exotic to their holiday, destinations in South America include sunny Rio de Janeiro, with the world-famous Sugar Loaf Mountain overlooking the city. Known for its smooth, sandy beaches, stunning vistas and most of all for carnival, Rio is a premier destination. Warmth, music and dancing to a samba beat make a Brazil holiday the perfect complement to a transatlantic cruise.
Adore cruises recommend transatlantic cruises because modern ships provide varied entertainment and fine cuisine, so passengers are able to enjoy prime food and diversions all along the way to their destinations, making for a holiday experience to be remembered.