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Atlantic cruises have a long tradition and the riots seem hardly to have cooled down. At Globetrotter there is still great interest in the transatlantic cruises. Mostly right now the cruises are over Atlantic with Holland America Lines ships Oosterterdam and Cunards legendary so-called Crossings with the ship Queen Mary 2 between Southampton and New York.

"If you want to find a really affordable trip, you should look at a repositioning cruise when the ships change waters during autumn and spring. For example, we have been on Globetrotter for a number of years in cooperation with our own / Vings airline Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia offered very affordable cruises that start in Europe in the autumn to begin their warmer waters in the Caribbean or vice versa in the spring, says Jan Josefsson, CEO Globetrotter.

Beneficial prices are behind much of the still great interest, but many are also attracted by the combination of many interesting ports and several days at sea, where you have the time to enjoy all the facilities of the vessel.

Globetrotter cruise in cooperation with its own airline Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and the shipping company Holland America Line is a 21 days long journey. 16 nights are spent on board the Oyesterdam ship and then packed with one night at the Hilton Garden Inn Rome Airport in Rome before departure and a number of nights at the luxury hotel Hilton Clearwater Beach, on Clearwater Beach just outside Tampa, Florida. During the cruise you will also be able to experience exciting destinations such as Cartagena, Palma (Mallorca), Málaga and Madeira.

The cruise is taking place in mid-November, starting from the port of Civitavecchia outside Rome, then completed in Clearwater Beach, Florida. On the whole trip there is also Swedish tour guide.

Another success at Globetrotter is the classic Atlantic voyage between Southampton and New York or vice versa with the legendary shipping company Cunard Queen Mary 2, which is today the only ship of its kind that can be called a true ocean liner. During the 7 Days Cruise, you get a sense of how it was traveling when Atlantic traffic had its golden age.

Heidi RovenAtlanticCunardHolland America LineNewsQueen Mary 2atlantic cruise atlantic cunard florida globetrotter holland america line new york oosterdam queen mary xnumx southampton thomas cook airlines wingAtlantic cruises have a long tradition and the riots seem hardly to have cooled down. At Globetrotter there is still great interest in the transatlantic cruises. Mostly at the moment, the crossings on the Atlantic are the Holland America Line ship Oosterterdam and Cunard's legendary so-called crossings with the Queen Mary 2 between Southampton and New York. -...Cruises - news, great tips and advice