With more time at sea and more out-of-the-way ports, there’s much to explore—both on and off your ship. Discover the medieval art of Cherbourg. Stroll the gardens of Madeira. Relax and enjoy yourself. 

Hidden Gems, Leisurely Sea Days: Transatlantic Cruise Ports

(Civitavecchia) Rome Eternal

Architectural treasures abound here, where the glory that is Rome spans more than two thousand years. Walk in the footsteps of emperors and saints. Make a wish at Trevi fountain. Climb the Spanish Steps and treat yourself to a gelato al limone.

(Cádiz) Stately Seville

Over the centuries, Moorish and Spanish cultures have intermingled in Andalucía to spectacular effect. Explore the results in Seville Cathedral and the magnificent Alcazar. Then head to a wine cellar to sample the region’s legendary sherry.

The Loveliness of Lisbon

Lisbon is a trove of architectural treasures. Explore the city’s exquisite landmarks, including the Tower of Belém, the Monument to the Discoveries and the Jerónimos Monastery. Venture beyond to Sintra, dubbed “a glorious Eden” by Lord Byron.

Sun-washed Ft Lauderdale

Start your transatlantic cruise in Fort Lauderdale. Relax and explore the city while gliding down the New River in a gondola. Take an airboat ride through the Everglades. Discover the chic cafés and galleries of Las Olas Boulevard.

Best Transatlantic Cruise Shore Excursions

Transatlantic Cruise Itineraries

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18-day Voyage of the Vikings

Take a northerly route, stopping in Great Britain, Iceland, Greenland and Canada.

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13-Day Passage to Spain

Begin your journey in Ft. Lauderdale, cross the Atlantic and finish your trip in beautiful Barcelona.

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14-day Passage to Rome

Combine relaxing days at sea with stops in the Azores, southern Spain and Rome.

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