Repositioning and Transatlantic Cruises

Transatlantic Cruising

You can still relive the glory days of ocean-liner crossings with a transatlantic cruise or other ocean crossing. For multiple days at sea, look at repositioning sailings, when ships change homeports at the end of a season, or regularly scheduled crossings on cruise lines like Cunard. Not sure what to do with a week at sea? We've got ideas for you.

Read Reviews for Repositioning Cruises
Find a Cruise
  • My wife and I chose this cruise for our preference for Royal Caribbean cruise line. It was the most amazing time although there was a hurricane bearing down on us. The professionalism of the Captain and crew were exemplary. We had the best ... Read more
  • Due to Hurricane Irma our cruise was extended for 3 extra days. The captain was EXCELLENT at keeping us informed and making us feel safe. Royal Caribbean was great about giving discounts on things because we were "stranded at sea". Our ... Read more
  • Discouraged with Princess
    We chose this cruise for the itinerary, northern Atlantic including Iceland and the Shetland Islands. The good part of the trip was the staff, very friendly and courteous. The business model is discouraging with continuous pestering to get a little ... Read more
  • Good cruise as usual!
    This was a cheap 4 day jaunt across the Tasma from Auckland to Sydney. We had travelled on the Golden 2 years ago and enjoyed ourselves so was keen to see what it was like again. Overall the cruise was good with great service and still a ... Read more
  • Wonderful
    This was our first cruise and we absolutely loved every moment. The food, cabin, excursions, ship and mostly the crew were great. This ship apparently is one of the older ones, but I thought it was just lovely. We went on 2 arranged ... Read more
  • We are a 60ish married couple. We chose the Allure of the Seas for our 42nd cruise, 14th with Royal Caribbean. We have sailed on at least one ship in every RCCL ship class. This is my 21st Cruise Critic review (I think). I think that this ... Read more