Transatlantic Cruises 2023

TransatlanticExperience the Transatlantic on a cruise in 2023. A cruise is an excellent option, as it allows you to see more of this expensive region in a short period of time.

A Transatlantic cruise will transport you back to the golden age of ocean travel. Back in the day, when ships were used more for transportation than for pleasure, the transatlantic crossing was the big one. It was the kind of journey that someone might only take once in their lifetime.

Transatlantic crossing

Your Transatlantic cruise will depart from one of the interesting port cities in Europe, including Southampton, Rotterdam and Hamburg. The actual crossing of the Atlantic Ocean often takes anywhere from six to eight days, but this timeframe is highly dependent on the speed of the vessel. Many cruise lines opt to visit a few additional ports of call, which results in a voyage that is at least two weeks long and sometimes even longer.

You can choose seven-day cruises that go directly to New York. If you like longer voyages, you might choose a cruise that will take you to the fjords of Scandinavia and the castles of the British Isles before crossing the Atlantic. While the sea is carrying you to the New World, you can look forward to onboard days that are both exciting and relaxing. Enjoy the feeling of having the entire ocean to yourself, whether you're looking up at the stars or watching the sun set over the horizon. Relax in a soothing spa treatment or take in the onboard entertainment.

Which cruise lines go to the Transatlantic?

Each Transatlantic cruise features a one-of-a-kind combination of thrilling activities and luxurious amenities, all of which are designed to make the most of every moment. Learn more about the selection of Transatlantic cruises in 2023 from major cruise lines such as Cunard Cruises, Holland America, Oceania Cruises, , Princess Cruises, and Silversea Cruises, as well as other ocean cruise lines.

Departure ports for cruises to Transatlantic

Cruises to the Transatlantic typically depart from one of the cities in Northern Europe, such as Hamburg, Le Havre (Paris), Rotterdam, and Southampton, which are among the most popular departure ports.

The best time to take Transatlantic cruises

The months of April through December are ideal for taking a trip across the Atlantic Ocean. Early and later crossings can mean the weather will be uncertain. Also, you need to take into consideration that spring and fall can be foggy seasons. Take a look for Transatlantic cruises during the months of April 2023, May 2023, June 2023, July 2023, August 2023, September 2023, November 2023, and December 2023.

Duration of cruises to Transatlantic

Transatlantic cruises range from 7 to 32 days. You can choose between 7-day, 8-day, 9-day, 10-day, 14-day, 15-day, 16-day, 18-day, 20-day, 21-day, 23-day, 24-day, 27-day, 28-day, 30-day, and 32-day, depending on the route you choose.

Pick the perfect Transatlantic cruise

There are several cruise lines that offer one-way, and roundtrip sailings to Transatlantic.

Transatlantic Cruise 2023 Itinerary and Schedule

Holland America Line Arctic 20-day route

20-day Arctic cruise from Rotterdam

Zuiderdam, Holland America Line

Date: July 2, 2023

Ports of Call: Rotterdam, Alesund, Akureyri, Isafjordur, Reykjavik, Reykjavik, Grundarfjordur, Qaqortoq, Nanortalik, St. Johns, Charlottetown, Sydney, Halifax, Bar Harbor, Boston; View Itinerary

Silversea Cruises British Isles 27-day route

27-day British Isles cruise from Southampton

Silver Shadow, Silversea Cruises

Date: July 20, 2023

Ports of Call: Southampton, Fowey, Cork, Holyhead, Londonderry, Oban, Isle of Lewis, Invergordon, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Southampton, Liverpool, Belfast, Prince Christian Sound, Qaqortoq, LAnse aux Meadows, Woody Point, Havre-Saint-Pierre, Sept-Iles, Saguenay, Quebec City; View Itinerary