3 LON­DON TO NEW YORK

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - World Travel -

The most fa­mous ships in the world ply this route. Think the Queen Mary 2 and Queen El­iz­a­beth 2 be­fore her, and all the big lin­ers as well.

So very ex­cit­ing and ro­man­tic, a transat­lantic cruise be­tween Europe and the Amer­i­cas has been trav­elled by mil­lions for cen­turies,

ad­ding to its won­der. You can sail from Southamp­ton to New York or take an en­tirely dif­fer­ent route and en­joy more des­ti­na­tions with a cruise across the At­lantic.

It’s a per­fect op­por­tu­nity to en­joy time to re­lax. And there are great value cruises, al­low­ing you to ex­pe­ri­ence the very best of what cruis­ing has to of­fer. En­joy shows, fine din­ing and time to so­cialise or just sit back while you travel in com­fort.

Re­mem­ber, it’s a long coast­line on ei­ther side of the At­lantic. You can go fur­ther than you thought pos­si­ble be­tween the US and Europe. De­part­ing from Florida, Barcelona, Southamp­ton and Copen­hagen, these cruises in­clude both trop­i­cal and cul­tural is­land stops, vis­it­ing ports in the Ba­hamas, Puerto Rico, Green­land and Ice­land. Check out Royal Caribbean, Cu­nard and Sil­versea.

Transat­lantic cruises give you the chance to do it all.

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