Cruises across the Atlantic from the US to Europe are most often associated with the traditional super-luxury cruises that travel from New York to England. But if you choose the right time of the year you can catch one of these transatlantic cruises out of Miami.
Repositioning Cruises From Miami To Europe
Atlantic Ocean crossings from Miami usually fall into one of two categories: repositioning cruises and portions of around-the-world cruises. The cruises departing from Miami in April are of the repositioning variety – the ships are being moved to Europe for the summer season. (You can find repositioning cruises coming the other direction in late summer and early autumn.)
Most cruises from Miami are round-trip excursions to the Bahamas or Caribbean and back. There are some opportunities, however, to embark on longer voyages from Miami, crossing the Atlantic and traveling to European destinations.
Most transatlantic crossings from the United States are repositioning cruises – special trips scheduled when it’s time for a cruise ship to relocate from one home port to another. Cunard’s Queen Mary II is the exception, sailing regularly between New York City and Southampton, England.
We’ve highlighted some 2016 transatlantic cruises from Miami below. Continue reading
Relax on a luxury cruise to Europe.
One of the interesting cruises available is the Trans-Atlantic cruise, which are cruises that go from America to Europe. Several ships spend the winters in the Caribbean and the summers in Europe, so there are repositioning cruises to move the ships between the two destinations. Voyages from Florida to Europe happen in the early spring. The cruises are all one-way.
Azamara kicks things off with a 15-day cruise from Miami to Nice (France). It departs March 27, 2014. Oceania has a 14-day cruise from Miami to Barcelona leaving April 7. Continue reading