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Transatlantic

This direction is the best variant for those, who plan to escape from the vanities of the world and set long sail. All seekers for new discoveries and unforgettable impressions won’t stay indifferent after such a voyage. Romantic atmosphere, luxurious apartments – and just a horizonless ocean… That’s what exactly waiting for you during your exciting transatlantic cruise. All transatlantic cruises cross the Atlantic Ocean spanning the shores of America and Europe. Mainly these trips have a seasonal nature – it happens because of the reposition of the ships from the Caribbean to Europe and the Mediterranean in spring and their return in autumn. You can start your cruise from New York, Boston, Miami and Fort Lauderdale or from several ports in the Caribbean region, peep into Reykjavik, Toulon, Lisbon and finally land Southampton, Barcelona, Venice, Civitavecchia and Amsterdam. Similar voyages are also possible in westward; moreover, you can take the unilateral trip or select the variant with coming back in departure port. These cruises usually last from five days to two weeks and offer a great variety of itineraries. Your main task is to choose the best way to explore the beauty of Atlantic shores. But feel certain that each from transatlantic cruise deals won’t leave you disappointed. The USA, Spain, Italy, Norway, Brazil, Iceland and many other welcoming countries are ready to open out their arms and plunge all guests into the unique world of history, culture and traditions. Cosmopolitan cities of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo, New York, breathtaking landmarks of Barcelona, Rome, Venice, wild nature of picturesque Basseterre, Kings Wharf, Philipsburg – you have an opportunity to embrace all these sights of human’s being for one cruise. Follow the sun from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean. St. Kitts, St. Maarten, Bermuda, Canary Islands and many other places you will meet on your rout are the incontestable synonyms of real paradise on Earth. Endless beaches, gentle waves, tender sunbeams and total relaxation – this will sure be the indescribable experience everyone should get in their lives. Visit the world’s famous ancient ruins, museums, art galleries, castles and churches. Explore pristine nature with its multitudinous inhabitants. The greatest creations of the nature and of the mankind are really close to you – just pack your bag and climb aboard your guide into sumptuous vacations. And it’s impossible to list all the activities you’ll be able to follow. Snorkeling, windsurfing, watching whales and dolphins, swimming with turtles and stingrays – and this is only the beginning! The cruise liner will spend some days without any stops – just you and your boundless freedom. But nobody will have any time to get bored – don’t forget about the dance till you drop, delicious cuisine and luxury rest aboard the ship with adorable sights of the Atlantic Ocean. Moreover there is a possibility to choose the cruise with certain theme – whether it’ll be winery or culinary tour, voyage for dancing and music lovers, etc. Transatlantic cruise is a real trip into another dimension. It can be rightly considered the ideal blend of style and comfort, sumptuous rest and exciting pastime, cognition of something new and collecting of unforgettable impressions and emotions.
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