Transatlantic Cruises


These grand voyages take you from one continent to another across the Atlantic Ocean, and stop at a few unusual ports, some of which are the most historical and beautiful cities in Europe.

En-route you have the opportunity to fully explore your floating resort- i.e. your magnificent cruise ship.  You have the time to leave the world behind and escape into a world of relaxation & pleasure, to fully enjoy a family cruise, your Honeymoon cruise or interact with friends on board.

Favourite ports & excursions on a transatlantic cruise

  • Ponta Delgada, Azores Head northeast from Ponta Delgada to Ribeira Grande to visit some significant monuments of the city and taste some local Portuguese liquors at a liquor shop. Drive on the winding mountain road to Lagoa do Fogo, and stop at Caldeira Velha, a little botanical garden with a waterfall and a small hot spring.
    The drive continues to Pico da Barrosa Mountain, to see nice views of the Fire Lake and also the landscape of the surroundings. Return to Ponta Delgada along the new road, descending towards Remedios da Lagoa with a stop at a pineapple plantation.
  • Dolphin interaction excursions
  • Since the sea around the Azores is incredibly rich this is probably the place in Europe with the most sea diversity, where you can view whales and an abundance of dolphins. On a single trip you can find the common Atlantic spotted dolphin, the bottlenose, risso's dolphins and striped dolphins.
  • In Cork, Ireland, discover Georgian architecture and warm, friendly locals. Taste Irish brews & pub grub at a traditional Irish pub.
  • In St. John's, Newfoundland, admire the Basilica of St. John the Baptist, with its Italianate ceiling accented in gold leaf as well as beautiful, intricate stained glass. In Portland, Maine, step back to 1860 in Victoria Mansion with its’ elegant period furniture, paintings, carpets and lots of gilt.
  • When you dock in New York, visit the Statue of Liberty and historic Ellis Island or the world-famous Metropolitan Museum of Art and Guggenheim Museum. You can enjoy superb views of the Statue of Liberty on the round-trip Staten island ferry.

Best time to cruise Transatlantic

These cruises are seasonal and operate in March, April, May and August, September, October, November & December.