One of the best-loved and most renowned cruise routes in the world, the Transatlantic crossing is as old as leisure cruising itself. Traditionally journeying between Southampton and New York, this route is rich with history, heritage and intrigue.
Nowadays, there are many ports of original offering the chance to cross the mighty Atlantic Ocean over to the Americas, where you can enjoy the bright lights of New York, or venture to the sun-filled paradise islands of the Caribbean.
The cruise industry is fast moving, with many innovative new ships taking to the seas, offering modern amenities and experiences. However, one route that remains as classic and traditional as ever is the Transatlantic voyage - harking back to the sophisticated golden age of cruising.
Think formal dinners, ballroom dancing and the highest levels of service on the seas. If you want to step back in time and enjoy time-forgotten wonders and experiences on the high seas, then a Transatlantic Cruise is the way to do so.
Unlike cruise itineraries which journey from destination to destination, visiting a new city or country every day - a Transatlantic Cruise spends many days at sea as it crosses this massive body of water. It’s these days you’ll be grateful for the amazing activities and amenities found on modern cruise ships.
Transatlantic cruise favourites, Cunard Line, provide plentiful activities during wondrous days at sea. From on-board seminars to stargazing events, well-stocked libraries to amazing culinary options - there’ll never be a dull moment during your time on board.
At Cruise1st, we have great relationships with many of the cruise lines offering Transatlantic voyages. Get in touch today and we’ll pair you up with your dream itinerary.