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.

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  • If I could rate it minus 10 I would. This was our first cruise experience and likely the last. Ship is small and is layed out poorly. Food is just BAD! Its like an ant hill trying to get around. Most of the staff cannot speak English, nor ... Read more
  • Rough seas, but a nice trip!
    spart02
    Embarkation out of LA was slow with long lines, but self disembarkation in Vancouver was smooth and quick. The ship was in good condition with a very comfortable stateroom. There were certainly things on the ship that could use a little fresh ... Read more
  • Wow!
    SaritaChiquita
    Since this is our first cruise, we wanted to "test the waters" with a short, inexpensive re-positioning cruise. The emerald princess has definitely exceeded my expectations! Honestly, I was a little concerned when I read the reviews, but ... Read more
  • Pros and Cons
    blocker529
    We chose this as a first cruise and it was priced nicely. Pros included service staff. They were very attentive and always cheerful. That's it. Cons: food was mediocre to awful. The main dining room offerings were sparse...spaghetti? really? ... Read more
  • We choose this cruise for the affordability and because we have been wanting to try Royal Caribbean. The service from our state room attendant, Byron, and our waiter in the main dining room, Michael, were excellent and very attentive! The ship was ... Read more
  • Average Experience
    qwert1234
    We booked this trip as a quick recharge vacation. The price for a balcony was perfect and being a re-positioning cruise, there were days at sea where it felt okay to do nothing but catch up on sleep, eat well, and read. We had an overall mixed ... Read more