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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  • TA November 2017
    Chose RCL for TA because we’ve done TAs with RCL before. Found Rhapsody of the Seas to be disappointing. Even though she’s had a facelift in 2012 she is worn. Wooden tables are scuffed. Table in the Viking Lounge had red wine stains ... Read more
  • Overall, a nice ship
    Compared to the mega ships that we've been on, it was a nice change to be on a smaller ship. It helped that it was not sold out. The food in the Main Dining Room was quite good most of the time. Cagney's and Moderno were excellent. The buffet ... Read more
  • This was our third cruise with P&O and our our 13th in total. There were four of us on the trip (a 4 day comedy themed cruise from Auckland to Sydney), my wife and I and my sister and brother-in-law who were taking their first cruise. Our ... Read more
  • Best service and great food
    We choose this cruise because we wanted to see Bahamas, St Kitts and St Thomas. Unfortunately the hurricane made us go another route (Bahamas, Cozumel and Costa Maya). we had a great time anyway. We always go with RCCL because they are so ... Read more
  • My main concern was with the number of people on board would there be queues at embarkation, restaurants, disembarking or even getting sun loungers? Well, there was no need for me to worry * Embarkation with luggage deliIt wavered to the ... Read more
  • After 15 years of cruising with Royal Caribbean and Celebrity cruises ... the choice came up including Britannia for a transatlantic cruise to celebrate two 70th birthdays......assuming that the reputation of P&O was alive and well .. we decided ... Read more
  • Disney did it well with having Captain Ken Puckett (former Panama Canal pilot boat captain) and Ron Clements (animator and director of many wonderful animated Disney movies, including Moana and The Little Mermaid) give lectures during sea days. ... Read more