Transatlantic cruises are the sophisticated way to travel between America and Europe. Experience the romantic allure of an Atlantic crossing. Spring and autumn are the peak seasons, as cruise lines reposition ships between the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. See our Trans-Atlantic cruise calendar for the complete selection.
Browse through all the cruise lines for details on their Transatlantic cruises. You'll find a huge variety of destinations and lengths of cruises. Transatlantic voyages can be excellent bargains.
|Get a quick overview of all the cruises available. Start with our complete 2013 and 2014 calendar of Trans-Atlantic cruises.||The Cunard Line's Queen Mary 2 is the leader in Transatlantic cruises. Fast, luxurious voyages between New York and England.|
|Celebrity Cruises offers affordable luxury Transatlantic voyages. Destinations include England, Rome, Amsterdam and Barcelona.||Ultra-luxury Crystal Cruises makes ocean crossings in consummate style. Sail from Miami to Lisbon, or New York to London.|
|Disney Transatlantic Cruises on the renovated Disney Magic cruise ship. The great way to Europe with your family.||Holland America Transatlantic cruises are long voyages with distinctive itineraries. Go to Rome, Rotterdam, Barcelona or England.|
|Norwegian Cruise Line offers affordable, casual Freestyle cruises between Miami, Southampton, Copenhagen, and Barcelona.||Oceania Cruises are luxury mid-size ships with lots of balcony rooms. Free airfare is included. Cruises from New York, Miami, Barcelona and London.|
|Escape completely on a Princess Transatlantic cruise. Cruises leave from Fort Lauderdale, Puerto Rico, London, Venice and Rome.||Royal Caribbean offers many Transatlantic cruises. Destinations include England, Spain and Denmark. Cruise on big, bright, innovative ships.|
|Silversea Transatlantic Cruises are ultra-luxury voyages on exclusively small ships. USA to Europe cruises in true style.||Star Clippers are real sailing ships. Great tall-ship Transatlantic cruise adventures between the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.|
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