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If you are looking for the ultimate escape with complete relaxation, then a Transatlantic Cruise should be at the top of your list for one of the most stress free ways to unwind and kick back. Cruising the Atlantic is so much more of an experience than just gazing at the, albeit beautiful, endless rise and fall of the huge swell, that is our mighty ocean. With the myriad of exciting activities and entertainments on board, coupled with the outstanding cuisine and sumptuous accommodation, you hardly need even notice the outside world! However when you do, a whole host of treats lay in store for you.
Start your cruise conveniently in either the UK or one of the magical Mediterranean ports of either Italy, Spain, France or even Madeira and enjoy their iconic hidden gems. You will then spend six nights aboard a Transatlantic cruise, really doing as little or as much as you please. This sophisticated, relaxed, sociable method of crossing the Pond will enable new friendships to blossom whilst enjoying black tie gala dinners and some serious pampering. With very few ports of call, and after a week of total relaxation you will disembark from your Transatlantic cruise, refreshed and ready to hit the streets of either pulsating New York, fabulous Florida or the charismatic Caribbean.
As the most refined, civilised way to cross the Atlantic, a transatlantic cruise can be either simply one way with a flight to either meet it or return from it, or for a jet-lag free option, choose the return journey for 14 nights of sheer pleasure. The most popular transatlantic crossing is a cruise to NewYork. You can also choose to extend your stay with a cruise and stay holiday with one of the great cruise and stay 2014 deals on offer, combining your cruise with an exploration tour of the USA. As well as the regular transatlantic crossing if you time it right you could jump on a relocation cruise, Princess Cruises offer a great option with some of there best ships following the sun betqween the Med and the Caribbean.
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Transatlantic Cruise Destinations and Shore Excursions:
Cruises from Southampton to New York are considered to be the original Transatlantic cruises, however, crossings now also include the exciting destinations of Miami and Rio de Janeiro. If you want to experience the ultimate in luxury cruises, indulge in a Cunard Transatlantic cruise aboard the Queen Mary 2, Cunard's flagship which sets new standards in opulent transatlantic cruising.
Transatlantic Cruise to New York
Known as the original Transatlantic cruise, this six night crossing to the bright lights of New York, is still the most popular Transatlantic cruise. Offering a wide variety of onboard entertainment, luxury and a taste of tradition, it has something for everyone from couples to families alike. If you choose the round trip crossing, you can shop til you drop in the Big Apple, safe in the knowledge that there are no baggage limits on board to hold you back!
Transatlantic Cruises to Miami
Visit the fashionable beachside city of Miami; famed for its stunning Art Deco centre and South Beach, with a 10 night Western Transatlantic cruise departing from Dover. To explore more of Miami and its nearby Caribbean islands, enjoy a fly and stay Caribbean cruise holiday departing from Miami.
Transatlantic Cruises to Rio de Janeiro
If you are looking for adventure from your Transatlantic cruise, a 19 night Atlantic crossing to the vibrant, cosmopolitan city of Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo are an ideal choice. Take a shore excursion to discover the gastronomic delights on offer and soak up the local culture and history in the extensive museums, rich in fascinating local information.
Discover more of Rio de Janeiro and the fascinating country of Brazil with a South American cruise holiday.
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