A popular misconception with Transatlantic voyages is that the ship makes no stops, this is in fact un-true. A classic Transatlantic voyage will take you from Southampton to New York or vice-versa in between 6 and 8 nights and will have no stops, however a longer cruise will in fact see you stop at some stunning locations. These could be in the Caribbean, Europe, Bahamas or even the Portuguese Azores. The type of Transatlantic cruise to choose depends simply on what you want to do and where exactly you want to go.
An Alaskan cruise is a once in a lifetime trip that will leave you with everlasting memories of rugged landscapes, bright blue glaciers, snow-capped mountains and no shortage of fascinating wildlife.