Transatlantic Cruises

Take a Transatlantic Cruise along the East Coast of Canada and North America and experience all there is to offer in North America and Canada. From the cosmopolitan and lively atmosphere and sights of New York, the history of Boston and the start of the American Revolution, the culture of Quebec to the stunning beauty of Nova Scotia and the Canadian Rockys.

Transatlantic Cruises offer a wealth of fabulous and diverse experiences for all. Here's just a taste of things to discover in Canada and USA:

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USA

New York

'The city that never sleeps' visit the Big Apple to see such iconic sites as the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Centre, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Broadway, Times Square and Central Park.

San Francisco

Lying on the Pacific coast San Francisco is a vibrant city, famous for the Golden Gate Bridge. Alcatraz sits in the bay and can seen seen from Fisherman’s Wharf excellent for shopping and nightlife.

Washington

The capital of the USA and home to the White House, Congress on Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial.

Boston

Explore the harbour front and learn the history behind the ‘Boston Tea Party’ or take a stroll around the grand university of Harvard. To the south you’ll find the picturesque beaches of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.

Los Angeles

Visit L.A. for an action packed holiday. Take a trip around the stars houses in Beverley Hills; enjoy a great day out at Universal Studios or shop in the boutiques on Rodeo Drive. Venice Beach and Santa Monica on the Pacific coast offer a break from the hustle and bustle that is Hollywood.

Florida

America's 'Sunshine State' deserves its popularity with UK holidaymakers, packed with the most amazing theme parks to delight kids and parents alike, natural wonders such as the Everglades National Park, elegant resort towns and the Art Deco glory of Miami, all fringed with breathtaking white sand beaches. It has never been more convenient or better value for money discovering the myriad pleasures of this beautiful peninsula.

Canada

Toronto

Lying on Lake Ontario, Toronto is Canada's largest city with a rich multicultural and diverse population. Highlights include the CN Tower and Niagara Falls.

Vancouver

A cosmopolitan city sitting on the Pacific with a back drop of the Canadian Rockies, great for shopping and nightlife, but as a contrast to city life some time spent on Vancouver Island is a must to get back to nature.

Quebec

Explore this thriving city with its French / English colonial past including the Parliament buildings and Canada's rich heritage.

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