A Transatlantic Cruise is where the golden age of cruise liners feature most in people’s minds, the crossing between Southampton, in England, and the “Big Apple” of New York City.
Today this voyage is a bit more varied as cruise ships take on two functions: to reposition the vessel from a European cruise season to a Caribbean one; or simply to do the crossing. Both come with one great tag. They are excellent value.
The typical Transatlantic seasons are based around the US or European Spring or Fall Seasons. They generally last between 6 to 8 days, though some cruise lines have blended other port days into the itinerary to extend the journey.
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