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TransAtlantic Cruises

Take a Trans-Atlantic cruise, or small ship cruise along the US & Canadian Eastern Seaboard. Cruise from London to Capetown exploring Africa’s west coast on the way. Cross the mid-Atlantic from Lisbon to Miami and discover the Bahamas in between. Follow Spanish explorers from Barcelona to Buenos Aires or the passage of Vikings from Bergen via Iceland and Greenland on a voyage to Montreal.  

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25 Days Miami to London

Operator: Seabourn

From 14,299

23 Days Montevideo to Setubal

Operator: Ponant

From 6,450

23 Days Bridgetown to London

Operator: Seabourn

From 12,799

15 Days Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro

Operator: Celebrity Cruises

From 2,039

Discover Must do experiences and highlights on a Transatlantic cruise

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island

Explore the quaint historic streets and harbour of pretty Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island – the birthplace of Canada and home to Anne of Green Gables.

Christ the Redeemer, Rio

Christ the Redeemer, Rio

See the imposing Christ the Redeemer statue, standing on the summit of Mount Corcovado, overlooking Rio de Janeiro. A work of grandeur with stunning views.

Colour and Stone in Greenland

Colour and Stone in Greenland

Wander the colourful streets of Qaqortoq, Greenland and observe over 40 sculptures carved into the natural rocks and cliff faces depicting history, life and culture.

Cruise into New York Harbour

Cruise into New York Harbour

Experience goose bumps as you cruise into New York Harbour, gliding past the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, recognising the famous landmarks of Manhattan from Battery Point to the Empire State Building. New York, New York!

The English Channel

The English Channel

Cruise “the Channel” that cuts passage between England, France and the Atlantic Ocean. Glide past the gleaming white Cliffs of Dover, and feel the excitement build as you sail through the Straits of Dover to London.