Hottest Transatlantic Cruises
Rio de Janeiro - Salvador - Maceio - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands - Malaga - Barcelona
Southampton - New York
Marseille - Malaga - St Maarten, French Antilles - Amber Cove, Dominican Republic - Grand Turk - Port Everglades
Marseille - Malaga - Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Philipsburg, St Maarten - Grand Turk - Freeport - Port Everglades
Barcelona - Cadiz - Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands - Las Palmas,Gran Canaria - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Salvador - Ilheus - Rio de Janeiro
Savona - Marseille - Barcelona - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Recife - Maceio - Salvador - Rio de Janeiro
Marseille - Barcelona - Cadiz - Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands - Las Palmas,Gran Canaria - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Salvador - Ilheus - Rio de Janeiro
Venice - Corfu - Messina - Naples - Savona - Marseille - Malaga - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - St Maarten, French Antilles - Amber Cove, Dominican Republic - Grand Turk - Fort Lauderdale
Valencia - Lisbon - Ponta Delgada, Azores - Bridgetown - Fort de France - Philipsburg, St Maarten - San Juan, Puerto Rico - Miami
At Cruise Nation, we know how great Transatlantic cruises are - which is why we offer an unbeatable range of cheap cruise deals across this iconic stretch of ocean.
This is an extremely popular route, and for good reason. Travellers can choose from hundreds of different routes and destinations - whether that’s departing from Southampton and travelling to New York, or voyaging from Fort Lauderdale to the UK.
And with thousands of potential destinations in between - including Rome, Rio De Janeiro, and Miami - you’ll never be stuck for choice.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TRANSATLANTIC
Often considered the “capital of the world” New York is an unmissable USA location. The Big Apple is known as being the epicentre of the fashion, art, design and cuisine scene…
Often considered the “capital of the world” New York is an unmissable USA location. The Big Apple is known as being the epicentre of the fashion, art, design and cuisine scene, with the biggest and best selection of designer shopping, first-class eateries and more museums, galleries and landmarks than you could visit in a lifetime. When you travel on a USA cruise which stops in New York, you’ll have the opportunity to see all of the famous sights for yourself – from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building and Central Park to Times Square. With endless entertainment in the form of hit Broadway shows, live music from the world’s most famous musicians, stand-up comedy and nightclubs that keep the party going until dawn, no matter what kind of night you are looking for, New York has something to suit every taste. Giving you even more time to explore New York, our USA cruise and stay deals include accommodation in the city after your cruise finishes, allowing you to spend a few days pretending to be a “New Yorker”.
Spend your days soaking up the sun on Miami's iconic beaches - from South Beach to Miami Beach itself. You'll find plenty of beachside restaurants, bars and entertainment along the city's…
Spend your days soaking up the sun on Miami's iconic beaches - from South Beach to Miami Beach itself. You'll find plenty of beachside restaurants, bars and entertainment along the city's most famous streets, from Ocean Drive to Collins Avenue, as well as designer boutiques and chic hotels.
Once you've topped up your tan alongside Miami's beautiful beach people, enjoy the shade at one of the city's many famous attractions. From the historic Art Deco district to the Freedom Tower and the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, it's easy to learn about Miami's history and the millions of immigrants who searched for hope and freedom on its shores.
Families of all ages will find plenty to keep them occupied, with the Miami Seaquarium and Key Biscayne as two of the most popular attractions. Those looking for adventure will find it just a short journey from downtown Miami, within the vast, wild swamp terrain of the Everglades National Park.
From the surreal pink-sand beaches of Horeshoe Bay to the energising Botanical Gardens of Central Bermuda, this North Atlantic island has little moments of paradise around every corner…
From the surreal pink-sand beaches of Horeshoe Bay to the energising Botanical Gardens of Central Bermuda, this North Atlantic island has little moments of paradise around every corner.
This immensely popular cruise destination attracts hundreds of thousands of people every year with it's unique mix of American and British culture, where modern cafés and bespoke boutiques meet edible gardens and a thriving art scene.
For those looking for more adventure, Bermuda is home to hundreds of shipwrecks, world famous crystal caves, and climb-friendly cliff faces. With such an amazing eco-system comes opportunities to sight rare birds, dive among pristine corals, or scoot around one of several ocean sanctuaries.
RIO DE JANEIRO
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most instantly recognisable cityscapes in the world. Christ the Redeemer overlooks this bustling city that sprawls along the coastline with …
RIO DE JANEIRO
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most instantly recognisable cityscapes in the world. Christ the Redeemer overlooks this bustling city that sprawls along the coastline with an archipelago of mountain-like islands off of the foreshore. As a destination its beauty is unquestionable.
Rio is a city which is colourful and fast-paced and it’ll sweep you off your feet before you know it. Highly regarded for its beaches, carnivals, tropical rainforests and passion for sport (particularly football!), Rio is a haven for visitors with a diversity of interests.
Visit Copacabana beach which was once a small fishing village but today is a flourishing destination full of beautiful, bronzed beach-goers playing volleyball and soccer on the 4.3km stretch of golden sand. Once night fall descends, vibrant bars and clubs come to life in this area of the city which is known as THE place to party.
Known as the Carnival capital of the world, if you time your visit to coincide with Rio Carnival, you certainly won’t be disappointed. Held in February over 5 days, it’s a gloriously loud and colourful celebration full of street parades, sequin spangled dancers, cheering crowds and floats which are like works of art. The merry atmosphere is most definitely infectious and you’ll soon lose yourself in the throes of the party.
Explore the Latin America culture in Rio with a visit to one of the many art galleries and museums or even visit the Maracanã Stadium which expresses the nation’s love of football here. Up until recently it held the title of the largest stadium in the world and the sheer size of it is sure to impress.
Rio is a haven for hikers and walkers; whether you want to find your way up Sugarloaf Mountain for an up-close look at Christ the Redeemer or go for a ramble through the Tijuca rainforest or stroll through the exotic botanical gardens, each outdoor adventure offers new treasures to uncover including astounding views, rare tropical plants and unfamiliar wildlife.
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