Learn More About Transatlantic Cruises
Transatlantic cruises harken back to the days of travel before airplanes. In the 19th century, the only way to travel to Europe from the United States (and vice versa) was via ship. Many cruise lines offer the modern-day passenger a chance to experience this leisurely mode of travel via a transatlantic itinerary.
Beginning and ending locations vary - some cruise ships leave from New York and end in Southampton, England, while others might travel between Boston and Amsterdam - with ports of call in between. But, on any transatlantic itinerary, you're sure to enjoy several days at sea - plenty of time to enjoy the luxurious amenities on board your cruise ship, from the pampering spa and fine-dining restaurants to the upbeat casino and world-class theatre.