Transatlantic Cruises

Transatlantic Overview

Even if your crossing is not punctuated by a stop in Bermuda or the Bahamas, you'll find plenty to do onboard on these Transatlantic cruises. Itineraries longer than eight or nine days usually include visits to European ports.
What to Expect: Lots of free time at sea.
When to Go: Summer for the best weather, spring and fall for smaller crowds in port.
What to Do: Transatlantic cruises have so many activities lined up you'll never miss dry land. Indulge everything from blackjack to piano lessons, napkin folding to rock climbing.
Local Color: Keep an eye out for dolphins--they love to frolic alongside ships.
Don't Miss: The millions of stars visible at night when you're thousands of miles from any city lights.
Don't Forget: Change your clock ahead one hour most nights--you'll cross a time zone almost every day at sea.

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