A cruise across the aquatic wilderness that is the Atlantic Ocean, harking back to classic age of steam liners, is one of the most iconic voyages travellers can make. Joining Europe and the Americas, passengers on a transatlantic cruise enjoy some of the highlights of these two regions, such as the coastline of Spain, the volcanic Canary Islands, Caribbean beaches and the great cities of the U.S.A.
The Canary Islands provide the perfect cruise destination for lovers of the beach and the adventurous alike. Whether you are enjoying a transatlantic voyage or just looking at short-haul alternative for some winter sun, the Canary Islands are there for you.
When visting the volcanic islands, you'll soon discover that there is much more to the region than beaches and skyscrapers.
Historically, sailing on a transatlantic voyage from Southampton to New York is one of the most popular shipping routes. Today, travellers can embark on this iconic journey from a variety of ports acros Northern Europe bound for the East Coast of the United States or Canada.