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Transatlantic cruising tips

Independent Golf Tips for the professional at Leisure

September 2008

 

Repositioning cruises (also called "transitional" cruises) are a great way to get across an ocean without going with the formal transatlantic carriers such as Cunard cruises (owned by Carnival cruise lines).

 

The Cunard six day transatlantic cruises are legendary, but you must like the "elegant" Cunard experience.  Transatlantic cruise prices on Cunard start at about $1,500 each (one way) and can go to over $20,000 for a suite..

 

Other transitional cruises offer similar bargains, and they visit more obscure ports such as Iceland and Greenland.  Princess cruises offer transatlantic crossings each September and April, with prices as low as $900 for a 18-day trans-Atlantic adventure.

 

We tried the Crown Princess transatlantic crossing and here is our Crown Princess transatlantic 2008 cruise ship review.

 

 

 


 

 

 

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