A Transatlantic cruise is ideal for someone who loves lazy days at sea with only a few port calls. Most Transatlantic cruises are actually repositioning cruises, seasonal sailings to move a ship from one sailing region to another. Cheap Transatlantic cruises offer some of the lowest per-diem prices in the cruise market.
Ships offer repositioning cruises twice a year: once as they travel from the Caribbean to Europe in the spring, and again as they return to the Caribbean in the fall.
Transatlantic cruises last from 6 to 16 nights.
Many Transatlantic cruises have special themes, such as Big Band, jazz, or food and wine.
If you're flying a long distance to reach the port of departure for your Transatlantic cruise, we suggest that you arrive at the port city at least one or two days in advance. This will give you time to rest and get oriented before boarding the ship. Most cruise lines offer pre-cruise hotel packages.