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Set sail on an unforgettable transatlantic cruise holiday adventure where you’ll live a life of luxury on the ocean waves. You’ll be surrounded by lavish accommodation, fabulous sports and leisure and amenities, gourmet dining experiences and superb entertainment as you traverse the Atlantic waters from coast to coast between the continents of Europe and the United States. Relax on board and escape the stresses of everyday life, gaze in awe at the enchanting seascapes all around you and marvel at the sights in fascinating destinations waiting to be discovered at the beginning and end of your awe-inspiring journey.    


A sensational transatlantic cruise is a great choice for couples, families and groups of friends yearning for a thrilling adventure of a lifetime at sea. Unlike many other cruises which involve dropping anchor at a myriad of ports of call along the way, a transatlantic cruise typically involves visits to destinations at the beginning and end of your journey, allowing you to really get down to some serious fun, leisure, relaxation and entertainment on board your ship.
You’ll be wowed by a host of attractions as your vessel sails between Europe and the United States, with casinos, sumptuous spas, cutting-edge gyms, glistening swimming pools and packed programmes of live evening entertainment among the delights which await. You’ll spend heavenly nights in plush accommodation boasting a host of excellent amenities and savour delicious fare in a choice of dining venues, with everything from fast food favourites to world-class cuisine to keep travellers happy. Departure ports in Europe for transatlantic cruises include Southampton, Rome, Barcelona and Lisbon and this type of holiday on the waves often ends in Tampa, Fort Lauderdale or Miami in the U.S. Some transatlantic cruises will take in stops in the Canary Islands, the Caribbean and other popular destinations.
The fact that the itineraries of transatlantic cruises involve several consecutive days at sea makes them very economical and there are often great deals available, with prices comparing very favourably with those of traditional multi-stop cruises.   

Food & Drink

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to flavoursome fare to tantalise your taste buds throughout your cruise. You can expect a high standard of food, whichever cruise line you choose to sail with, and talented chefs will go the extra mile to satisfy the most discerning palate.

 Most ships have an array of restaurants, offering everything from lavish buffets to gourmet à la carte dining. These will feature cuisines from around the globe, with Italian, French, Greek, Japanese, British, American, Caribbean, Chinese and Thai among the options you’re likely to discover.

 Other less formal venues for some tasty treats on board your ship include cafés and snack bars, barbecues, creperies, ice cream and gelato shops, bakeries and pizzerias. Some ships also have special menus for children, where all their favourites are available. Most ships boast excellent bars and lounges, with signature cocktails, specialist spirits, craft beers and fine wines are among the choices available.

Best Time

Most times of the year are suitable for a transatlantic cruise, with the time you opt to set sail basically being down to personal choice. The fact you'll be spending many consecutive days at sea on a transatlantic cruise means you're not at the mercy of inclement weather in the way you would be if you were making regular land excursions on a standard multi-stop cruise. If there's a sudden downpour or cold spell during your voyage you can simply move indoors and enjoy the wonderful amenities and activities your vessel has to offer. It's worth bearing in mind that the hurricane season in the Atlantic is from June to November so if you are the sort of person who doesn't cope well with choppy seas, there's a risk the conditions could sometimes prove unsuitable for you.
Temperatures will also be slightly cooler during spring and autumn, so it's important to bring some warm clothing with you, especially if you wish to spend nights on deck gazing at the stars. A great time to sail across the Atlantic is between November and February when, to the surprise of many, the Atlantic is warmer, with water temperatures reaching 82.9 degrees Fahrenheit during winter.     

Things To See and Do

Having more consecutive days at sea than some other multi-stop cruises, means you’ll be able to really relax and unwind, with plenty of time to catch some rays on deck, pick up that book you haven’t got round to reading yet or simply chill out and watch the world go by. When you feel a bit more energetic you won’t struggle to find exciting things to do on board your floating hotel. Enjoy an energetic workout in your ship’s fitness centre, complete a few lengths in the pool or succumb to head to toe pampering in an elegant spa. Some ships also have mini water parks with twisting slides and chutes, movie nights under the stars, golf simulators, escape rooms and high-tech games arcades.
 Most cruise ships also organise a range of activities which may include cookery demos, deck parades, yoga sessions, behind-the-scenes tours, bingo nights, quizzes, wine-tasting events and art classes. After dark you can settle down to some evening entertainment, with many cruise ships boasting their own discos and clubs where you can dance the night away or theatres featuring Broadway-style shows, live bands and big-name artists and musicians. Some ships also have their own glitzy casinos where you can try your luck on the slot machines and roulette tables. There’s never a dull moment for young guests on a transatlantic cruise, with a plethora of fun-packed activities in store which can include pirate parades, treasure hunts, arts and crafts sessions, pool games, pyjama parties, mini discos and movie nights. There’s will also a world of wonder waiting to be discovered when your ship drops anchor in Europe, the United States, South America, the Canaries, the Caribbean or other destinations, allowing you to explore big cities, visit major attractions and immerse yourself in the local history and culture.

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