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Repositioning Cruises

Repositioning cruises are the perfect way to bask in the wonder of cruising.

Stand aboard a luxurious cruise ship as the ocean breeze flows through your hair and soothes your senses. Experience the sights and sounds of the water and the marine life as you cross some of the world’s largest bodies of water. Stop along the way, and discover new cultures, peoples and attractions you never dreamed of. Expect a memorable cruise!

Things to Do on a Repositioning Cruise

In order to make sure cruisers have the best possible weather conditions for both their pleasure and their safety, cruise ships institute time limits for cruises to certain regions. For instance, most cruises to Alaska take place from May until September when the weather is warm. When the last Alaska cruise comes to completion, cruise lines don’t just keep their ships empty till May, they sail to a new region of the world. These trips from one destination to another, for instance Alaska to the Caribbean or Europe to the Caribbean, are called repositioning cruises. The most popular of these are transatlantic cruises, featuring plenty of days at sea to enjoy the amenities of your ship. But don't sleep on transpacific cruises, as they explore some of the most secluded, beautiful islands in the world. Featured below are highlights from possible repositioning cruises:

Bangkok, Thailand

  • A stop in Bangkok is sure to leave you with plenty of options for adventure. Spend the day visiting several stunning and intricately designed temples, or go to one of the many tailors in the city who will custom tailor an outfit at an affordable price.  
  • Enjoy a fruit market, beautiful colonial era architecture and a museum with traditional African masks in Dakar, Senegal. Make sure to have your camera ready as your tour this fascinating city on Africa’s west coast.  

Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Spain

  • Spend an afternoon walking along Las Ramblas in Barcelona where you can try some of Spain’s most tasty treats, like tapas, paella and pintxos. While strolling along this scenic tree-lined pedestrian mall, you'll pass some of Barcelona's most historic buildings and get a better understanding for the city's culture.  
  • Visit a Pineapple Greenhouse. Pineapples are a major crop in the Azores, an island chain off the coast of Portugal.  

Hula dancing

  • Snorkel through a shipwreck off the coast of the petite island of Bermuda on your way to the Caribbean or a cruise port in Florida. The sunken ships beneath the surface of the turquoise waters are home to several bright species of fish.  
  • Get your hips moving as you learn to hula during a sunset luau when you visit Honolulu on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.  

Top 10 Repositioning Cruises

  • Celebrity Eclipse 12 NIGHT GREENLAND & ICELAND CRUISE Departing From Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey (Aug 2024)
  • Celebrity Eclipse 12 NIGHT GREENLAND & ICELAND CRUISE Departing From Reykjavik, Iceland (Aug 2024)
  • Nautica 35 NIGHT Repositioning CRUISE Departing From Singapore, Singapore (Apr 2025)
  • Celebrity Silhouette 10 NT FORT LAUDERDALE TO CAPE LIBERTY Departing From Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida (Apr 2025)
  • Celebrity Silhouette 12 NIGHT GREENLAND & ICELAND CRUISE Departing From Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey (Jul 2025)
  • Celebrity Silhouette 13 NIGHT GREENLAND & ICELAND CRUISE Departing From Reykjavik, Iceland (Aug 2025)
  • Symphony of the Seas 3 NIGHT DEADHEAD REPOSITIONING CRUISE Departing From Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey (Oct 2025)
  • Brilliance of the Seas 7 NIGHT BOSTON TO SAN JUAN CRUISE Departing From Boston, Massachusetts (Nov 2025)
  • Riviera 22 NIGHT Repositioning CRUISE Departing From Singapore, Singapore (Nov 2025)
  • Vista 16 NIGHT Repositioning CRUISE Departing From Singapore, Singapore (Apr 2026)

Repositioning: Cruise Lines

Looking for an adventure? Try a repositioning cruise which, in some instances, will take you on a journey across the globe. These cruises where ships relocate from one location to another are available on both popular and luxury cruises. Explore what cruise line you can take repositioning cruises with:

Celebrity Cruises

With innovative spaces like the Lawn and the AquaSpa Celebrity Cruises gives their customers a taste of modern luxury.

Oceania Cruises

Epicureans are delighted by the Oceania Cruises experience where Jacques Pepin is Executive Culinary Director and the Culinary Tours introduce you to a world of flavors.

Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International is known for ships with a wow factor. From ice skating rinks to zip lines, if you can think of it, you can find it on a Royal Caribbean cruise.

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Repositioning: Departure Ports

A repositioning cruise is when a ship moves from doing a lot of sailings in one region to another region. For instance ships that sail in Alaska usually move to a warmer weather spot in the fall. Repositioning cruises offer an extended itinerary with a lot of sea days for relaxing. You can find repositioning cruises year round. You can embark from cities like Sydney, Barcelona, Fort Lauderdale and Buenos Aires among other domestic and exotic ports. 

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is home to great sports, great food and loads of history with the Freedom Trail and Harvard.

Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey

Cape Liberty, which is just miles from New York City, offers incredible views of the city skyline and easy access to many cruise destinations, along with everything NYC has to offer.

Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida

With incredible weather, delicious fare and some stupendous attractions, you will find that Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades is one of the most attractive ports in the entire US.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Reykjavik was just a small village until seeing a major expansion after World War II, but this popular cruise destination still offers a small town feel different than any other European capital.

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

Southeast Asia’s most modern city, Singapore, also contains a lot of history and treasures from the past, along with a perfect tropical climate – all making Singapore a wonderful destination year round.

Photo Gallery for Repositioning Cruises

Repositioning cruises travel all over the world, and our repositioning photo gallery does the same – albeit virtually. Your virtual tour includes highlights from Asia, Africa, the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Pacific – each of which could be included in your repositioning cruise destinations.

Bermuda Coastline

Bermuda Coastline

Girl Hula Dancing

Girl Hula Dancing

Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Spain

Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Spain

Grand Palace in Bangkok

Grand Palace in Bangkok

Azores in Portugal

Azores in Portugal

Bermuda Coastline

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Crystal Cruises Eastern Caribbean 9-day route

9-day Eastern Caribbean from Miami, Fl

Crystal serenity, crystal cruises.

Date: November 9, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, San Juan, St. Maarten, Antigua, Iles Des Saintes, Castries, Kingstown, Bridgetown; View Itinerary

Crystal Cruises Panama Canal 11-day route

11-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Date: November 27, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Gustavia, Fort-de-France, Aruba, Cartagena, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Puerto Caldera; View Itinerary

Norwegian Cruise Line Panama Canal 15-day route

15-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Norwegian joy, norwegian cruise line.

Date: November 30, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Panama City, Puerto Quetzal, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Cabo San Lucas, Los Angeles; View Itinerary

Norwegian Cruise Line Panama Canal 9-day route

9-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Norwegian gem, norwegian cruise line.

Date: December 2, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Puerto Plata, Catalina Island, Curacao, Aruba, Panama Canal, Panama City, Panama City; View Itinerary

Azamara Club Cruises Panama Canal 10-day route

10-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Azamara journey, azamara club cruises.

Date: December 3, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Cartagena, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Panama City, Panama City; View Itinerary

Oceania Cruises Southern Caribbean 10-day route

10-day Southern Caribbean from Miami, Fl

Nautica, oceania cruises.

Ports of Call: Miami, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Santo Tomas, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Colon, Cartagena, Cartagena; View Itinerary

Oceania Cruises Panama Canal 14-day route

14-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Marina, oceania cruises.

Date: December 7, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Panama Canal, Panama City, Manta, Salaverry, Lima, Lima; View Itinerary

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Panama Canal 16-day route

16-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Seven seas grandeur, regent seven seas cruises.

Date: December 13, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Grand Cayman, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Puntarenas, Corinto, Puerto Quetzal, Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas, Ensenada, Los Angeles; View Itinerary

Azamara Club Cruises Panama Canal 17-day route

17-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Azamara onward, azamara club cruises.

Date: December 20, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Cartagena, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Puntarenas, Puerto Quetzal, Zihuatanejo, Cabo San Lucas, San Diego; View Itinerary

Oceania Cruises Southern Caribbean 14-day route

14-day Southern Caribbean from Miami, Fl

Sirena, oceania cruises.

Date: December 21, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Colon, Cartagena, Curacao, Aruba, Castries, Bridgetown; View Itinerary

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Southern Caribbean 11-day route

11-day Southern Caribbean from Miami, Fl

Date: December 23, 2024

Ports of Call: Miami, Port Antonio, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, St. Georges, Kingstown, Castries, Bridgetown; View Itinerary

Oceania Cruises Panama Canal 16-day route

Insignia, Oceania Cruises

Date: December 29, 2024

Azamara Club Cruises Panama Canal 16-day route

Date: January 7, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Key West, Grand Cayman, Puerto Limon, Cartagena, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Manta, Guayaquil, Trujillo, Lima, Lima; View Itinerary

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Eastern Caribbean 17-day route

17-day Eastern Caribbean from Miami, Fl

Seven seas mariner, regent seven seas cruises.

Date: January 8, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Roseau, Bridgetown, Devils Island, Belem, Recife, Maceio, Salvador, Buzios, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro; View Itinerary

Vista, Oceania Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line Transatlantic 12-day route

12-day Transatlantic from Miami, Fl

Norwegian breakaway, norwegian cruise line.

Date: February 7, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Ponta Dagada, Ponta Dagada, Barcelona; View Itinerary

Oceania Cruises Panama Canal 10-day route

Date: February 8, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Cozumel, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Santo Tomas, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Panama Canal, Panama City; View Itinerary

Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Cruise Line

Date: February 22, 2025

Date: March 1, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Costa Maya, Harvest Caye, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Colon, Cartagena, Cartagena; View Itinerary

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Transatlantic 14-day route

14-day Transatlantic from Miami, Fl

Date: March 19, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Great Stirrup Cay, Royal Naval Dockyard, Horta, Cadiz, Valencia, Barcelona; View Itinerary

Date: March 29, 2025

Norwegian Cruise Line Panama Canal 21-day route

21-day Panama Canal from Miami, Fl

Norwegian encore, norwegian cruise line.

Date: March 30, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Cartagena, Panama Canal, Panama City, Puerto Quetzal, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Victoria, Seattle; View Itinerary

Azamara Club Cruises Transatlantic 12-day route

Date: March 31, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Hamilton, Horta, Lisbon; View Itinerary

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Transatlantic 12-day route

Seven Seas Navigator, Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Date: April 4, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Bermuda, Horta, Funchal, Lisbon; View Itinerary

Sirena, Oceania Cruises

Date: April 12, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Curacao, Aruba, St. Georges, Bridgetown, Pointe a Pitre, St. Kitts, San Juan; View Itinerary

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Repositioning Cruises from Boston

You can get on a "repositioning cruise" from Boston in the autumn each year. Cruise ships sail out of this port in the warm weather months, so for the winter they have to move to another departure port. The move is called a "repositioning cruise". See the calendar of departures below.

Repositioning cruises are usually bargains, because one-way cruises aren't as popular as round-trips. Out of Boston you can take a cruise to a warm place like California, Puerto Rico or Florida. Spend a little extra time there, then fly home.

October 11, 2024: 10-night repositioning cruise on Celebrity Cruises . One-way from Boston to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Royal Naval Dockyard (Bermuda), Willemstad (Curacao), Oranjestad (Aruba) and Kralendijk (Bonaire).

November 9, 2024: 14-night repositioning cruise on Holland America Line . One-way from Boston to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Bermuda, St Thomas, St Maarten, St Lucia, Barbados, Curacao and Half Moon Cay (Bahamas).

October 10, 2025: 10-night repositioning cruise on Celebrity Cruises . One-way from Boston to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Willemstad (Curacao), Kralendijk (Bonaire) and Oranjestad (Aruba).

October 18, 2025: 14-night repositioning cruise on Holland America Line . One-way from Boston to Miami (Florida). Visit Puerto Rico, St Thomas, St Maarten, St Lucia, Barbados, Curacao and Half Moon Cay.

October 27, 2025: 16-night repositioning cruise on Oceania . One-way from Boston to Miami (Florida). Visit Newport (Rhode Island), Hamilton (Bermuda), St George (Bermuda), Gustavia (St Barts), St John's (Antigua), Castries (St Lucia), Bridgetown (Barbados), St George's (Grenada), Kralendijk (Bonaire) and Oranjestad (Aruba).

November 2, 2025: 7-night repositioning cruise on Royal Caribbean . One-way from Boston to San Juan (Puerto Rico). Visit Royal Naval Dockyard (Bermuda), St John's (Antigua) and Tortola (British Virgin Islands).

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Space Shuttle, Cape Canaveral, Florida

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Space Shuttle, Cape Canaveral, Florida

Lift off into interstellar exploration at the Kennedy Space Center. Among interactive Mission Zones you’ll see the Saturn V rocket and the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis. Go behind the gates to discover historic launch sites and working spaceflight facilities, plus marvel at the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.

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Universal Studios Hogwarts, Orlando, Florida

Orlando is known as a land of amusements — and for good reason. The city is home to six unique theme parks, each with their own distinct thrills, including Universal Studios Orlando and Islands of Adventure. Or you can venture beyond the Big Six to Gatorland’s swampy terrain, or hit one of the many epic waterparks around town.

Surfer's Standing By Wavy Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral, Florida

Outside The lines

Connect with Florida’s natural side while riding waves at Cocoa Beach or basking in seclusion at Canaveral National Seashore. Don’t miss a kayak trip through glowing bioluminescent waters, or an airboat ride through wetlands. Cruise to Orlando-Port Canaveral and swim in rejuvenating freshwater springs— or tee off at one of Orlando’s 150 golf courses.

Fish Tacos Cuisine, Orlando, Florida

Local Cuisine

The Cove at Port Canaveral is home to plenty of waterfront restaurants serving up fresh fish tacos and mahi-mahi sandwiches. Orlando has its fair share of celebrity chef-led, farm-to-table spots— and character meals are popular at the theme park resorts. And the Mills 50 District north of downtown Orlando is famous for its Vietnamese fare.

Canoes at Night, Orlando, Florida

The shops in Historic Cocoa Village sell local handmade art and tropical décor. Souvenir shopping in Orlando is best at Disney Springs, Universal CityWalk and along International Drive. Stop by the family-owned Orange Blossom Indian River Citrus for Florida-grown oranges, grapefruits and other fruits during your Orlando cruise.

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About transatlantic cruises and repositioning cruises.

Transatlantic and repositioning cruises are a popular choice for guests looking to explore different destinations as well as getting some of the best cruise deals around. As cruise lines are repositioning cruise ships from one home port destination to another that often translates into great values for the passenger. These exciting voyages occur each year and quite often guests may only need to purchase one-way airfare providing additional savings.

Ships in Europe make their way back to their Caribbean winter home in the late fall and in the spring cross back over to their summer itineraries. Ships which sail the waters of Alaska reposition back to transport guests to the Caribbean at the end of their season. Just like the waterways of the world, cruising is fluid and these delightfully relaxing journeys provide both valuable discounts and wonderful vacations.

Relax and enjoy all of the luxurious amenities offered at sea. Take a well-deserved break from the everyday as you indulge in pampering service, delicious dining options, well-appointed accommodations as well as captivating entertainment and activities for all ages and interests.

Repositioning and transatlantic crossings often visit multiple storied ports and are of various lengths. You may embark on a one week port intensive itinerary followed by a decadent week at sea. In the end the value is exceptional and privileged guests have the pleasure of sailing on favorite itineraries combined with lesser known lovely ports.

There may even be a transatlantic or repositioning cruise departing from a port near you. Call now or book online to receive exclusive rates and special offers on your next transatlantic or repositioning cruise.

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  • Receive Up to $300 Onboard Credit + Reduced Deposit
  • Upgrades On Us Up to $1,000 Onboard + Stateroom Location Upgrade
  • Fares from $699 + Up to $600 Onboard Credit
  • Military Special - Up to $250 Onboard Credit
  • Complimentary Canapés

Azamara Club Cruises

  • $1,000 Onboard Credit or $1000 Airfare Discount on select ships and sail dates
  • Up to $2000 OFF: per stateroom on select sailings
  • FREE GRATUITIES + Beverage Package + AzAmazing Evening Event

Explora Journeys

  • All Inclusive Journeys: FREE Gratuities, Unlimited Beverages, Wi-Fi, Culinary Experiences & more

Royal Caribbean Cruises

  • Kids Sail FREE: Guest 12 & under SAIL FREE (select 3 night or longer sailings)
  • BOGO60 Sale: 60% OFF 2nd Guest + 30% OFF 3rd/4th Guests
  • $50 Onboard Credit on select Royal Caribbean Cruises!

Norwegian Cruise Line

  • 70% Off 2nd Guest + Take All FREE on select sailings
  • 15% Off Cruises: on select categories & sailings
  • 50% Reduced Deposit: Club Balcony Suites & below
  • Receive One Extra Latitude Point: per night on select sailings

Celebrity Cruises

  • Great Savings: up to 75% OFF 2nd Guest: on select ship and sail dates
  • Get up to $150 Savings: per stateroom on select ships and sail dates
  • ALL INCLUDED: Free Classic Beverage Package + Basic Wi-Fi

Oceania Cruises

  • Receive Up To a 4 Category Upgrade: on select sailings
  • FREE Beverage Package, Wi-fi, Excursions + More: on select categories & sailings
  • Up To 30% Savings Plus, simply MORE: per stateroom on select voyages

Costa Cruises

  • EXCLUSIVE Rates: Book Now and Save
  • My Drinks Packages: on select sailings and categories

Windstar Cruises

  • Receive Up to $100 Shipboard Credit: per stateroom
  • Free Upgrade to All-Inclusive Fares: on select 2024 sailings
  • Windstar's Luxury Amenities

MSC Cruises

  • Memorial Day Sale: Cruise from $159 + Add Free Drinks & Wi-Fi Now and Save
  • Military & Civil Service Rates - Must call to book

Holland America Line

  • Up to 50% OFF, Up to $300 Onboard Credit + Reduced Deposit: on select categories and sailings
  • Complimentary Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Viking Ocean Cruises

  • Viking Ocean Amenities: FREE Shore Excursions, Wi-Fi and Beer & Wine with lunch & dinner

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

  • $1,000 Shipboard Credit per Suite: for your suite & theirs
  • Up To 40% Savings : on select voyages
  • Reduced Single Supplements: on select voyages & categories
  • Included Amenities: 2 for 1 Fares, FREE Pre-paid Gratuities, Unlimited Shore Excursions, Plus


  • More Moments on Us Up to $2,200 Shipboard Credit on select sailings
  • SPECIAL AMENITIES: Private Host, Cocktail Reception & Exclusive Shore Event
  • FREE Gratuities, FREE Open Bar, All Suite Accommodations + more

Carnival Cruise Line

  • EARLY SAVER SALE: Great Rates + Reduced Deposit from $50pp
  • Military Savings Bonus: up $50 Onboard Credit + Reduced Deposits starting from $50 per person
  • Save with Senior Rates: Guests over 55 can save with a senior rate
  • Receive Great Reduced Rates: on select staterooms and sailings
  • Fun Select Rates: Enjoy a Two Category Upgrade
  • Reduced Rates for Military Personnel!

Virgin Voyages

  • Exclusive Inclusions : Free Gratuities, Unlimited Wi-Fi and more
  • Champagne Breakfast , on us
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  • Buy 1st Guest Air, 2nd Guest Flies FREE: from select gateways
  • SAVE: up to $50 ONBOARD CREDIT on select departures!
  • A Sail to Remember Savings of Up to 15%

Princess Cruises

  • Princess Premier Upgrade: Beverage Package, Wi-Fi, Crew Appreciation, Specialty Dining + more
  • Up to 35% Off + 3rd & 4th Guests Sail Free
  • Free Room Upgrade + $99 Deposit
  • MILITARY: Up to $250 Onboard Spending

Silversea Cruises

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Home » Why Taking a One-Way Cruise Might be the Ultimate Vacation

Why Taking a One-Way Cruise Might be the Ultimate Vacation

Last updated on September 15th, 2023 at 07:43 pm

Around 20 million people each year will enjoy a cruise vacation. If you’re one of those people, you know how fun, relaxing, and luxurious a cruise vacation can be. But, do you ever wish you had a little more time at your port of call ? There are a lot of tips and tricks for getting the most out of your cruise vacation, but what do you do if you want to stay in port a little longer, enjoying your destination? A one-way cruise, or a repositioning cruise, may be the perfect solution for you.

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A Repositioning Cruise vs. A One-Way Cruise

A repositioning cruise and a one-way cruise are two different things but are often presented as the same. Ask the cruise line those questions about the type of cruise it is before booking. Repositioning cruises are usually less expensive than a one-way cruise, but you have less control over ports of call in a repositioning cruise.

A Repositioning Cruise

Typically, a repositioning cruise is when the embarkation port and the disembarkation port are different, a repositioning cruise is like a one-way ticket. These types of cruises are less common than destination cruises, but they can also be less expensive.

Cruise ships will need to reposition their ships depending on the season. One example is Alaska cruises. During the winter, ships do not cruise to Alaska . Alaskan cruises are from late spring to early autumn. When winter approaches in Alaska, cruise ships will need to move, or reposition, elsewhere.

Cruises might operate in Meditteranean and Europe for that season, and then reposition by sailing into North or South America for another season. A cruise line prefers not to reposition empty ships from one location to another. These transfers can be two or more weeks in length. Cruise lines will offer passengers the opportunity to take a repositioning cruise at a rate that is less expensive than a destination cruise.

The majority of repositioning cruises are not direct routes, but cruise lines will schedule interesting ports along the way to entice guests to sail along with them. Again, these voyages tend to be two weeks or more as the ships are crossing oceans or changing hemispheres.

A One-Way Cruise

As you might have guessed, a one-way cruise starts at one point and ends at another. Most cruises are round trips, where you start and end at the same point.

Just as with a repositioning cruise, you will need to plan to be able to get yourself back to your point of origin. One-way cruises allow you the opportunity of spending time at your disembarkation port. For those who have the luxury of time, this is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in a new place and truly learn what it is like. Some travelers feel like they may only get to their chosen port once in their life. By being able to spend time there, you can truly absorb the sights and the culture.

The downside is that not every cruise line offers one-way cruises, and some may only be offered at only certain times of the year. There are not the same extensive lists of one-way cruises as there are of round-trips. However, if you plan your vacation well enough in advance, you should be able to find the cruise you’re looking for without any trouble.

Where Can I Go On A Repositioning or One-Way Cruise?

For the traveler looking to embark and disembark in the United States, you may look into a cruise that goes through the Panama Canal . You can sail from Florida, tour the Canal, and arrive in Los Angeles . Once there, you can spend a little time at the Santa Monica Pier, stroll down Rodeo Drive, or hike up to the Hollywood sign. If you live in LA, you could plan your trip in reverse. Fly to Florida, do your sightseeing beforehand , and take a relaxing, leisurely cruise home. Feeling a little more adventurous? Try cruising from the U.S. to Quebec and spend some time in our neighboring country, Canada, before coming home.

You can get a taste of Old Quebec City by exploring the Petit-Champlain District , which dates back to the 1600s. Or, take a day to do a little whale watching. That is one of the perks of a repositioning cruise. Rather than an itinerary mapped out for you, you are the one who can choose what you would like to do and see.

If you have the time, try a transatlantic, repositioning cruise. Get on the ship in New York, and sail across the ocean to places like Spain, France, and England. Enjoy the sandy beaches of Ibiza, a romantic gondola ride in Venice, or an enlightening walking tour in the historic streets of London.

Spend a little time in Hong Kong before hopping on a 13-day cruise through Southwest Asia over to Thailand where you can see some of the beautiful beaches in Phuket. Or get on the ship in Rome, and go for an Arabian adventure that sees you through Egypt, Israel, Greece, and other places that many people dream of seeing.

When Is The Best Time For Repositioning Cruises?

The information below, with maps of cruise routes for spring and fall, came from , and we appreciate their input.

These transatlantic repositioning cruises are the most common routes. But there are many more repositioning cruise routes that happen during these seasonal changes. Here’s a look at some of the more common Spring (March-May) repositioning cruise routes.

  • Caribbean, Florida, and other Southern US ports to European ports
  • Caribbean, Florida, and other Southern US ports to Pacific Northwest ports such as Vancouver
  • South America to Europe (less frequent and often European lines)
  • Australia to Asia (particularly Singapore)
  • Asia/Oceania to Pacific Northwest (less frequent)
  • Other: Every once in a while, there is just an odd repositioning route in which a cruise line may be repositioning a ship not just for a season, but changing a ship’s itinerary on a more permanent basis. Or they may just be less common repositioning cruise routes. Use some creative search filters and find these unique voyages, which may pack a very rare and interesting repositioning cruise itinerary. We’ve seen some interesting itineraries, for example, from Australia through the Pacific islands to Hawaii!

Here’s a look at some of the more common Fall (September-November) repositioning cruise routes. (You’ll notice it is essentially the opposite of what was mentioned above.)

  • Europe to the Caribbean, Florida, and other Southern US ports
  • Pacific Northwest (e.g., Vancouver) to the Caribbean, Florida, and other Southern US ports.
  • Europe to South America ports (less frequent and often European lines)
  • Asia (particularly Singapore) to Australia
  • Pacific Northwest to Asia/Oceania (less frequent)
  • Other: Every once in a while, there is just an odd repositioning route in which a cruise line may be repositioning a ship not just for a season, but changing a ship’s itinerary on a more permanent basis. Or they may just be less common. Use some creative search filters and find these unique voyages, which may pack a very rare and interesting itinerary.

Other Things To Know About A Repositioning Cruise

There is still a lot to do.

While a repositioning cruise may be less expensive than a round-trip cruise, you can expect all the same amenities and activities as a round-trip cruise. There are complimentary dining options, activities, and entertainment just as a round-trip cruise would have.

You will spend more days at sea, and there will still be ports of call. There are times when these ports are not usual that are typically stopped at by cruises. This means that you may be seeing destinations that are not your run-of-the-mill stops.

Cruise lines strive to fill their ships with passengers, even at reduced rates when they reposition their ships, and so they make the prospect attractive by providing the same level of entertainment that you would expect on a round-trip cruise. Comedians, Broadway performers, and singers will still be put on in the evenings. Some cruises will add lectures on a variety of subjects like marine life, astronomy, cultures, or even cooking demonstrations. There are still typical activities like bingo and trivia games.

All of the other options on a cruise ship, like the swimming pools, rock climbing walls, water slides , and everything else on that particular cruise line are available. On a repositioning cruise, there tends not to be long lines or much of a wait for these activities.

You Will Need A Return Ticket

As was mentioned before, your starting point of the journey and your stopping point will be two different locations. You will need to get yourself back home whether it be by flying or renting a car depending on where your final stop is.

This is going to add to the overall cost of your trip, but if you look for flights in the off-season, it can be well worth the time you put into researching cruises and flights.

Repositioning Cruises Tend To Be Longer In Duration

Round-trip cruises can be a week or less, while transatlantic repositioning cruises can be about two weeks. Transpacific cruises can be three weeks or longer.

Who Travels On Repositioning Cruises?

As you might expect, with the duration of repositioning cruises, a good portion of the passengers will be the over-60 crowd. They are the people with a bit of time on their hands and want some adventure. They also tend to be savvy travelers who know about getting the most out of your vacation dollar.

Others on a repositioning cruise might be professionals who are freelance or remote workers, others on a sabbatical, or those who are relocating might also take advantage of one of these cruises. Those who are wanting to continue to work while on the water, they need to know that WiFi on a cruise can be problematic . It can be slow and expensive as it runs off a satellite signal.

One-Way Cruises

Not all transatlantic cruises are for repositioning. Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 Luxury Cruise Ship crosses the Atlantic several times a year. These one-way cruises are an alternative to flying between North America and Europe.

You can also cruise from Quebec, Canada to Boston one way. These cruises typically sail from May through October, with the most popular time being August when the trees start to turn colors.

Norwegian Cruise Line , Carnival , and Royal Caribbean cruise lines offer Canada/New England one-way trips in the fall for the foliage.

There are seasonal one-way cruises that sail southbound from either Seward or Whittier, Alaska, or northbound from Vancouver. One of the advantages of a one-way cruise is that it offers you time in the disembarkation port. Holland America , Royal Caribbean , and luxury lines like Silversea and Regent Seven Seas Cruises offer one-way sailing.

Just as with a repositioning cruise, you will need to provide your transportation back home.

Some Final Thoughts

Book your reservations ahead of time if you can, or at least, get an idea of what you plan on doing and seeing. Then, brush up on the cultures that you’ll be visiting. Take the time to learn a few words in the native language, and watch the faces of the locals light up. Even just a simple “hello,” “excuse me,” “thank you,” or “have a nice day” is more than enough to win bonus points. But don’t worry if you won’t have the opportunity, you’ll find that many countries speak English in addition to their first language – and often, a couple more on top of that! Just make sure that your travel documents, safeguards, and necessities are in line before you go; that should be your main priority. Bring along a travel binder that holds copies of your passport and ID, travel insurance policy documents, trip itineraries, boarding passes, etc.

Trying a repositioning or a one-way cruise at least once will give you a good idea of how to work this type of cruise into your life.

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The ins and outs of one-way cruising

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I’ve heard from a few readers interested in one-way cruises. Although several of the questions have been about cruising to and from Hawaii for an extended stay in the islands, the most recent was about the Caribbean: “I am looking for a one-way cruise from Florida to Costa Rica and then a one-way return at a later date. Any options or suggestions?”

The short answer—for both Costa Rica and Hawaii—is “no.” You can find lots on one-way cruises, but in other parts of the world. Here’s a current summary.

Where you can

Most of the interest in one-way cruising seems to focus on cruises between a port in the contiguous 48 states (or Vancouver) and offshore destinations. Presumably, some travelers are seeking either to combine a destination vacation with a leisurely ocean trip or to avoid air travel.

Major cruise lines

Most major cruise lines operate one-way cruises on three routes to/from the mainland:

  • Between Seattle or Vancouver and Whittier or Anchorage
  • Transatlantic repositioning cruises from the U.S. to Europe in the spring and Europe to the U.S. in fall
  • Segments of long-haul and round-the-world cruises, just about anywhere

One-way sailings between Seattle or Vancouver and Alaska often include travel in the other direction by air as an option (along with land excursions in Alaska). Transatlantic repositioning cruises and segments of extra-long cruises may also offer optional one-way air—usually a good deal, given that one-way intercontinental airfares are usually very high.

Seagoing ferries

You can travel one-way or even short segments along the entire paths of the Alaska Ferry, for example, and you can arrange extended stopovers at intermediate points along the way. When you total the costs of base fare, cabin space, and meals, the Alaska Ferry is really not any less expensive than the cheapest cabin on a conventional cruise ship to/from Alaska, but the added flexibility appeals to many travelers.

Freighter travel offers another approach to one-way cruising. You can usually arrange some combination of one-way, round-trip, multi-stop, and segment cruises, depending on the shipping line and the itinerary. From the U.S., you can find at least a few freighter trips to Europe, Asia, the South Pacific, and South America. One-way trips run from one week to more than a month; freighter agencies generally do not get involved with air travel in the opposite direction. Freighter trips start/end in a few big ocean ports and a few Great Lakes ports. Freighter travel is a highly specialized niche market; for more information, contact one or more of the bigger freighter agencies, including Freighter World Cruises , Maris Freighter Cruises , and TravLtips .

And where you can’t

As far as I can tell, one-way cruises are not available between the U.S. mainland and Hawaii, the Caribbean, or Mexico. According to a spokesperson from , the website gets more inquiries about Hawaii than any other one-way destination, but there are no one-way itineraries at present. And since Hawaii is a domestic destination, you can’t take a freighter there, either.

Given the steady growth of cruising and ongoing addition of new routes, I wouldn’t be surprised to see some line start to offer some one-way options, at least on the more popular routes. I don’t suggest, however, that you hold your breath until that happens.

Other regions

If you want to avoid flying, you can find quite a few one-way ocean and river cruises within the U.S. and Canada. But if you’re willing to fly, you can find lots of one-way cruises that start and end overseas:

  • Within the Mediterranean and Greek Islands
  • River cruises between Moscow and St. Petersburg and along the Danube, Rhine, and other European canal/river systems
  • Between Bergen and Kirkenes along the Norwegian coast

One-way cruises within Europe often include optional open-jaw air tickets from the U.S. to the cruise’s starting point and return from its endpoint; typically, you can set the dates to allow extended pre- or post-cruise stays at one or both cruise terminals. If the cruise doesn’t include an air portion, you can easily arrange your own open-jaw itinerary.

You can also book one-way trips on many European long-distance ferries and mail boats. Several itineraries in and around the Baltic, Black Sea, and North Sea provide multi-day and multi-stop one-way ferry trips on some very exotic routes such as Scotland to Iceland. For a list of ferry lines and schedules in and around Europe, get hold of a current copy of the Thomas Cook European Timetable , available online or at good bookstores.

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Best transatlantic cruises for 2024 and 2025, plus tips and what to expect

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A transatlantic cruise ranks high on many travelers' bucket lists, especially those who love the camaraderie and adventure of a voyage by ship. Today's roughly 4,000-nautical-mile transatlantic crossing is more akin to the pre-aviation "Grand Tour" wealthy Americans once enjoyed than the immigration journeys many of our European ancestors made from the 17th to early 20th centuries.

Leisurely and luxurious, a one-way sailing offers fine dining, wellness-oriented pampering, enlightening lectures, glamorous nightlife and plenty of time to relax. Transatlantic cruises are also a solution for travelers who prefer not to fly and a tempting option for cruise lovers seeking a longer itinerary at an affordable price.

Is a transatlantic cruise right for everyone? Not necessarily, especially for anyone prone to moderate to severe sea sickness. However, for those who love sea days — and many cruisers do — a crossing can offer an uninterrupted "floating resort" experience; plus, it provides the added bonus of delivering you to Europe or returning you home without a cramped transatlantic flight.

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Here's everything you need to know about cruising the Atlantic — plus a selection of the best transatlantic cruises you can book in 2024 and 2025.

Which cruise lines offer transatlantic crossings?

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While Cunard Line is most famous for its weekly crossings between Southampton, England, and New York City — which sail from April to December on its ocean liner Queen Mary 2 — pretty much every major cruise line offers transatlantic crossings.

These generally occur in the spring (late March to early May) and fall (September to November). In the spring, ships are repositioned from the Caribbean to Europe, and in the fall, vessels sail from Europe to the U.S. to begin Canada-New England and Caribbean itineraries.

Also known as repositioning cruises , these sailings are usually longer than a traditional crossing and often include several port calls beyond the city of embarkation and disembarkation.

Even better, cruise fares for these itineraries are typically one-third to one-half the price of a cruise of the same length that visits a new port daily. This makes them a great deal for travelers looking to settle into shipboard life rather than just sightsee.

These types of transatlantic/repositioning itineraries are offered by Azamara, Carnival, Celebrity, Disney, Holland America, MSC, Norwegian, Oceania, Regent, Royal Caribbean, Princess, Seabourn, Sea Dream Yacht Club, Silversea, Star Clippers, Windstar, Viking and Virgin.

When is the best time of year for transatlantic cruises?

The best time to take a transatlantic cruise depends on what you're looking for: great weather, smooth seas, the best price or specific ports of call.

Generally speaking, May, June and July are recommended for warmer weather and gentler seas — before the Atlantic hurricane season peaks in August, September and October — although storms can arise any time of the year.

March, April and November — while not ideal due to cooler temperatures that can limit on-deck and poolside enjoyment — are a good option and a terrific value. This is especially true if the ship's route is a southerly one between Florida and the Mediterranean rather than between northern Europe and New York.

As noted above, the best prices are generally in spring and fall for repositioning cruises. These itineraries may also visit several appealing ports in the Mediterranean or Caribbean as well as call on the Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands, Iceland or Bermuda in the Atlantic.

Related: Why I was wrong about transatlantic cruises

How long does the crossing take?

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It varies. The classic nonstop transatlantic itinerary aboard Queen Mary 2 is a seven-night voyage between New York and Southampton (and vice versa). On the other hand, transatlantic repositioning cruises generally range in length from 11 to 21 nights, with an average of 14 nights (seven or eight of them typically sea days).

Will the seas be rough?

It's up to Mother Nature. At times, the Atlantic can be smooth sailing, even in spring and fall. Yet unpredictable wind and water current patterns can create rough seas seemingly out of nowhere any time of year.

Captains can generally maneuver around storms — and try to do so whenever possible for the comfort of all onboard. Additionally, modern cruise ships are equipped with stabilizers that reduce a ship's rolling motion due to wind or waves.

However, if you're even slightly prone to seasickness, don't throw caution to the wind. You'll be better off on a larger ship (pick a midship cabin on a lower deck); also, be sure to pack medication, patches, bands or whatever works best for you. While it might seem counterintuitive, having a window or balcony actually helps offset seasickness since it offers fresh air and a horizon view. If you're concerned, opt for an ocean-view or balcony cabin over an inside one.

Which side of the ship is best for a transatlantic crossing?

It honestly doesn't make much difference whether you book a cabin on the port (left) or starboard (right) side of the ship since most daytime views will be of the ocean. However, if you're departing from a Mediterranean port, say Rome or Barcelona, for a southerly crossing, book a starboard cabin; this might offer a view of the Rock of Gibraltar if your ship transits between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic during daylight hours. For a U.S.-to-Europe eastward crossing, you'd want the opposite — a port-side cabin.

Similarly, if your crossing takes you from northern Europe on a northerly route to the U.S., and you want to be among the first to spot land (perhaps Greenland or Newfoundland), book a starboard cabin. If you are cruising into New York Harbor just before dawn and want to see the Statue of Liberty from your cabin, book on the port side.

More important for an Atlantic crossing location-wise is your cabin's deck number and whether the cabin is situated forward, midship or aft. Generally, the ship's movement through rough seas will feel less severe if your cabin is midship and on one of the lower or middle decks versus the top-most decks.

Related: The 5 most desirable cabin locations on any cruise ship

Which ports do transatlantic cruises visit?

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Where you embark and disembark will determine your route and the ports you potentially call on. Ships repositioning to or from the Baltic Sea and the British Isles generally take a northerly route. Vessels sailing from the Mediterranean cross on a more southerly route, especially if they are repositioning to or from a winter home port in Florida.

On a northerly crossing, you can expect to embark in a port such as Copenhagen; Rotterdam, Netherlands; Southampton or New York. Depending on the length of the cruise, expect to call on ports in Ireland (Dublin or Cork), Iceland (Reykjavik), Greenland (Qaqortoq or Nuuk), Atlantic Canada (St. John's in Newfoundland, or Sydney or Halifax in Nova Scotia) and Bermuda (King's Wharf).

On a southerly crossing between Barcelona or Rome in the Mediterranean and Miami or Fort Lauderdale, typical ports of call include Madeira; Grand Canary or Tenerife in the Canary Islands; Ponta Delgada in the Azores; and one or two islands in the Caribbean, such as St. Maarten or Puerto Rico.

Is it better to book an eastbound or westbound cruise?

Which direction you book really depends on whether you're aboard for the experience or you're using the crossing as a substitute for a flight to reach the other side of the ocean. Below are a few factors to keep in mind.

Aside from Queen Mary 2 crossings, westbound transatlantic repositioning cruises (from Europe to the U.S.) take place in the fall during the Atlantic hurricane season; some are also scheduled for mid-to-late November when storm formation has generally diminished. Eastbound cruises (from the U.S. to Europe) happen in spring, a season also often known for periods of gray skies and rain.

When considering westbound versus eastbound crossings, factor in the time change. While a transatlantic cruise is a terrific way to avoid the jet lag caused by flying across multiple time zones in a single day, you will be subject to almost daily reminders to reset your clock.

On westbound cruises, you'll have to set your clock back at night, thus gaining an extra hour of sleep on most days. On eastbound cruises, you'll set it ahead an hour and lose an hour of leisure time or sleep.

Another factor to keep in mind is that unless you plan to return home on another transatlantic cruise, you'll also need to book a one-way flight. Before committing to a specific eastbound or westbound itinerary, always check your flight options. One-way tickets are sometimes more expensive than round-trip fares.

Best transatlantic cruises for 2024 and 2025

There are dozens of opportunities to cross the Atlantic by cruise ship, but here are some of the best itineraries available in the next two years.

Cunard's Queen Mary 2

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  • Transatlantic crossings: May to December 2024 and 2025

There's nothing quite like it. Cunard 's weekly transatlantic crossing between New York and Southampton aboard the 2,691-guest Queen Mary 2 celebrates the grand age of ocean liners with a level of pomp and ceremony that appeals to Cunard loyalists, bucket-listers and memory-making couples or families celebrating a milestone anniversary or birthday.

These eight-night eastbound and six-night westbound voyages are all about the sea. There are interludes of culinary enjoyment and evening entertainment designed for travelers who appreciate formality and glamour.

A typical day might include time in the library perusing the largest book collection at sea, getting an illuminating astronomy lesson in the onboard planetarium and enjoying traditional afternoon tea.

The evening lineup generally starts with a multicourse dinner (same table and same waiter nightly) followed by a Broadway-inspired show, an abridged Shakespeare play or even a magic act. The ship is also famous for its Gala Evenings, capped off with Champagne sipping and dancing to a live orchestra. Yes, pack those ballgowns and tuxes.

Cruise fares start at $1,129 per person for an inside cabin and $1,619 per person for a balcony room.

Virgin Voyages' Scarlet Lady

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  • 16-night Rome to Miami: Nov. 28-Dec. 14, 2024
  • 15-night Miami to Casablanca and Barcelona cruises: May 3-18, 2025

Virgin Voyages ' 2,770-guest Scarlet Lady has an onboard ambience that rivals a youthful beach club. Passengers and crew will keep the party going day and night this fall on a 16-night Rome to Miami transatlantic sailing. The sailing has calls on Barcelona and Malaga in Spain; Funchal on the island of Madeira; and Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the Canary Islands.

Or, party in reverse on the ship's 15-night Miami to Casablanca and Barcelona crossing in May 2025. It stops in Grand Canary and Santa Cruz de Tenerife; Casablanca, Morocco; and Barcelona.

The ship's 20 excellent dining venues, cutting-edge entertainment (campy and a bit naughty — think Drag Queen Bingo), impressive lineup of wellness classes (from yoga at sunrise to On-the-Upswing Bungee aerobics) and fun activities ('90s Boy Band Dance Class, anyone?) provide plenty of ways to pass the time.

Cruise fares start at $4,384 per cabin (or less than $2,200 per person) for the Rome-to-Miami sailing and $3,706 per cabin (or less than $1,900 per person) for the Miami-to-Barcelona sailing.

Disney Cruise Line's Disney Dream

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  • 13-night eastbound transatlantic cruise: May 5-18, 2024
  • 13-night westbound transatlantic cruise: Oct. 20-Nov. 2, 2024

Certain Disney fans — namely childless adult couples and empty nesters — love the brand's storytelling and Imagineering but prefer not to share a two-week cruise with hundreds of kids and teens. These 13-night eastbound and westbound crossings from Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona and from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale aboard 2,500-passenger Disney Dream offer a solution to that dilemma.

Each of these transatlantic cruises occurs when almost everyone ages 5 to 18 is still in school. Yes, some kids will likely be on board, but certainly not in overwhelming numbers.

These crossings feature nine to 11 sea days during which Disney Cruise Line offers all kinds of immersive entertainment, excellent onboard dining and a southerly route in spring that means plenty of pool time. On top of that, each sailing includes a mix of culturally rich ports.

On the eastbound crossing, they are Ponta Delgada; Lisbon; and Cadiz, Cartagena and Barcelona, Spain. On the westbound crossing, the ports are Ponta Delgada and the new Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

Eastbound fares for balcony cabins start at $4,516 for two adults (or about $2,258 per person). Westbound fares are a bit pricier, starting at $5,517 for an inside cabin ($2,708 per person).

Related: 5 reasons why Disney cruises aren't just for kids

Holland America's Nieuw Statendam

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  • 28-night Adriatic Dream and Passage to America: Nov. 2-30, 2024

For a shoulder-season meander through the Adriatic and Mediterranean followed by a transatlantic crossing, Holland America 's 28-night Adriatic Dream and Passage to America visits 14 ports in seven countries. This makes it a true hybrid of an ocean crossing and a traditional cruise.

The sailing, aboard the 3,665-passenger Nieuw Statendam, departs from Athens and visits ports in Greece, Croatia, Montenegro, Italy, Albania, Spain and Portugal before arriving in Fort Lauderdale. Of the 12 sea days, two include scenic cruising.

The voyage takes place in November, so expect temperatures to be on the cooler side in most ports and during the crossing. It's a good thing, then, that Nieuw Statendam has an indoor pool with a retractable roof. Holland America passengers, mostly older retirees, can also pass the time dining at each of the 10 onboard restaurants and enjoy entertainment that includes live bands at the B.B. King's Blues Club and Rolling Stone Rock Room.

At $2,499 per person for an inside cabin and $3,749 per person for a balcony cabin, fares are a great deal for a four-week sailing.

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  • 13-night Spain, Portugal and Bermuda transatlantic: Oct. 26-Nov. 8, 2024
  • 13-night Bermuda and Portugal transatlantic: March 8-21, 2025

Celebrity Cruises ' Spain, Portugal and Bermuda transatlantic sailing from Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale offers 13 nights aboard its newest ship, Celebrity Ascent. The sailing features port calls in Alicante, Spain; Gibraltar; Ponta Delgada; and King's Wharf, along with eight sea days.

Accommodating 3,260 passengers, Celebrity Ascent is a megaship designed with adults in mind. On board, you'll find multiple hot tubs but no waterslides, contemporary decor, 32 sophisticated food and beverage venues (including Voyages, Daniel Boulud's restaurant at sea, bookable at extra cost), an indoor solarium pool, a glittering Grand Plaza housing the line's signature Martini Bar, and nightly entertainment ranging from high-tech theater productions to multisensory events in Eden.

Inside cabin fares start at $1,353 per person and balcony cabin fares at $2,399 per person.

If you prefer to cross the Atlantic in spring 2025, take sister Edge Class ship Celebrity Apex , which carries 2,910 passengers. It will sail a 13-night Bermuda and Portugal transatlantic cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona with port calls at Bermuda's Royal Naval Dockyard; Ponta Delgada; and Valencia.

Inside cabins for that cruise start from $799 per person and balcony rooms from $1,272 per person.

Viking's Viking Mars

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  • 20-night Atlantic and Mediterranean Horizons: March 27-April 16, 2025

Passengers aboard Viking Mars for its 20-night Atlantic and Mediterranean Horizons sailing from Fort Lauderdale to Rome will meander through the Caribbean to the French-Dutch island of St. Martin/St. Maarten. They will spend six days crossing the Atlantic and call on Madeira and then overnight in Barcelona. Then, they will visit the French ports of Sete and Marseille, followed by Monte Carlo, Monaco, and another overnight in Livorno, Italy (gateway to Florence).

The 930-passenger Viking Mars is an adults-only ship featuring a sleek Scandinavian design. Guests can enjoy elevated (and complimentary) dining in eight venues, as well as daily activities that include lectures by guest speakers and resident historians. ( Viking bills itself as "the thinking person's cruise.")

They will also get unlimited access to the thermal suite at the Liv Nordic Spa, a main pool with a retractable roof (there's also an aft infinity pool and hot tub), and complimentary beer and wine with lunch and dinner.

Better still, the transatlantic cruise fare is about one-third less than a typical three-week Viking itinerary, with balcony cabins starting at $7,198 per person.

Princess Cruises' Sky Princess

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  • 27-night Moroccan and Iberian Grand Adventure: March 9-April 5, 2025

To snag an excellent deal on an almost month-long journey, check out the 27-night Morocco and Iberian Grand Adventure . It sails from Fort Lauderdale to Southampton aboard the 3,660-passenger Sky Princess. Princess Cruises guests will enjoy a southerly spring crossing that culminates with visits to 10 ports in four countries (Portugal, Morocco, Spain and England) — including Madeira, three Canary Islands and Casablanca.

Sky Princess , which debuted in 2019, is a Royal Class ship featuring three pools, a glittering Italian-style Piazza (home to Alfredo's Pizzeria — some of the best pizza at sea), four specialty dining venues (at an extra cost), poolside Movies Under the Stars and original production shows in the Princess Theater.

Inside cabins start at $2,847 per person and balcony cabins at $4,747 per person.

Related: The 5 best destinations you can visit on a Princess Cruises ship

Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Seven Seas Splendor

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  • 14-night Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro: Jan. 5-19, 2025

If crossing the southern Atlantic Ocean from Africa to South America on a small luxury cruise ship is on your bucket list, consider Regent Seven Seas Cruises ' early 2025 Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro sailing.

While not a bargain by any means, this 14-night itinerary aboard the 750-passenger, all-suite Seven Seas Splendor is all-inclusive. Business-class airfare, transfers, top-notch cuisine, unlimited beverages, gratuities, Wi-Fi and most shore excursions are all included in the fare.

Start by taking in the scenic beauty of Namibia, with a port call in Luderitz, known for its colorful colonial architecture. Another call is Walvis Bay, where the ship will overnight. Here, you'll get a chance to experience the country's dramatic sand dunes and resident flamingos. Then, as you cross the Atlantic, you'll visit the remote island of St. Helena, where Napoleon died in exile, before continuing on to an overnight stay in Rio de Janeiro ahead of disembarkation.

All-inclusive fares start at $12,949 per person for a suite with a balcony.

Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Prima

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  • 16-night Transatlantic (Italy, France and Spain): Nov. 7-23, 2024

Board in Rome and tour the Mediterranean in the shoulder season before crossing the Atlantic to New York on a November 2024 Norwegian Cruise Line cruise. The Transatlantic (Italy, France and Spain) sailing aboard Norwegian Prima visits Livorno (for Pisa and Florence); Cannes, France; Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Alicante, Malaga and Cadiz, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal; and Ponta Delgada. You'll spend six days at sea.

The 3,099-passenger Norwegian Prima , which debuted in 2022, features 14 restaurants (six included and eight specialty options for an added fee) and 19 bars and lounges. It also sports a three-level go-kart racetrack and virtual-reality gaming. Entertainment options include "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical," stand-up comedy at The Improv at Sea and a rock cover band in Syd Norman's Pour House.

Inside cabins start at $1,499 per person and balcony cabins at $2,199 per person.

Silversea Cruises' Silver Ray

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  • 25-night Rome to Fort Lauderdale: Nov. 7-Dec. 2, 2025

Plan ahead to score a suite on the 25-night Rome to Fort Lauderdale transatlantic crossing in late 2025 aboard Silversea Cruises ' newest all-suite luxury ship, Silver Ray, debuting in summer 2024.

Not only is the price all-inclusive, but the 728-passenger ship will visit 11 ports in five countries. You'll experience Livorno; Monte Carlo, Monaco; Marseille; Valencia, Barcelona (overnight), Palma de Mallorca, Malaga and Cadiz, Spain; and Lisbon and Madeira. Then, you'll cross the Atlantic and spend an overnight in Hamilton, Bermuda before disembarking in Fort Lauderdale.

Silver Ray is Silversea's second Nova Class ship. It features spacious suites and inviting exterior and interior spaces perfect for late-season Mediterranean cruising and a cool-weather transatlantic crossing. Its culinary-focused S.A.L.T. (Sea and Land Taste) program tempts tastebuds with region- and port-inspired menus, cooking classes and cocktails.

All-inclusive, door-to-door fares — which include economy-class flights, transfers, complimentary beverages and gourmet dining, butler service, gratuities and select shore excursions — start at $13,100 per person for Classic Veranda Suite.

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No matter your reason for considering a transatlantic cruise, you're guaranteed to experience the secret magic of sea days, with ample time to relax and unwind. With no land in sight for roughly a week, you can enjoy the ship's amenities without feeling rushed.

Make new friends over coffee or a game of bridge, watch movies in your cabin, learn more about the world during lectures by onboard experts, or treat yourself to rejuvenating massages and facials in the spa.

Even better, per-night rates are typically lower on crossings than on round-trip, port-intensive cruises. So, you can enjoy a longer sailing at a fraction of the usual cost. No matter which transatlantic cruise you deem best for your travel style and interests, it will surely be a memorable bucket-list trip.

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You’ll start this 6-night Caribbean getaway in Miami, spending a day of luxury on board on the way to your first stop of Grand Turk followed by the magical beach town of Puerto Plata, aka the Port of Silver, due to its sparkling coastal colors, and features both breathtaking landscapes and beaches. Spend another day at sea before arriving in St. Kitts, ending the final day in San Juan.

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From the Wynwood art scene to the world-renowned shores of Miami Beach, the Magic City is a perfect collision of relaxation and cultural exploration.

The capital city of one of the most popular tropical vacation destinations around, Grand Turks, on the island of Turks and Caicos is everything you love about vacation.

Tucked between the Cordillera Mountains and the Atlantic coast, this charming Dominican port embodies geographical duality at its best.

From rum tastings and beach hangs to rainforest explorations and catamarans to Nevis, the capital of St. Kitts’ social scene revolves around good living and chat.

Beyond the picturesque beaches and pastel-lined streets, Puerto Rico’s capital is perfectly located to easily access the geographic diversity of this gorgeous island.

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These are the Transatlantic cruises to Portugal from the United States. Four cruise lines offer choices.

US to Portugal cruises depart from New York, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Lisbon is on the Atlantic coast of Portugal.

April 7, 2024: 19-day cruise to Portugal on Norwegian Cruise Line . One-way from San Juan (Puerto Rico) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit St Thomas (US Virgin Islands), Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), St Maarten, St Lucia, Barbados, Porto Grande (Cape Verde), Santa Cru de Tenerife (Canary Islands), Las Palmas (Canary Islands), Arrecife (Lanzarote), Agadir (Morocco), Casablanca (Morocco) and Cadiz (Spain).

April 11, 2024: 12-night cruise to Portugal on Celebrity Cruises . One-way from Fort Lauderdale (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit Royal Naval Dockyard (Bermuda), Ponta Delgada (Azores) and Porto (Portugal).

April 14, 2024: 12-day cruise to Portugal on Seabourn . One-way from Miami (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit Funchal (Madeira).

April 21, 2024: 15-day cruise to Portugal on MSC . One-way from Miami (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit New York (New York), Kings Wharf (Bermuda) and Ponta Delgada (Azores).

October 25, 2024: 13-night cruise to Portugal on Royal Caribbean . One-way from Port Canaveral (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit Tenerife (Canary Islands), Lanzarote (Canary Islands) and Funchal (Madeira).

November 8, 2024: 16-day cruise to Portugal on MSC . One-way from Miami (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit Tortola (British Virgin Islands), St John's (Antigua), Philipsburg (St Maarten), Fort de France (Martinique), Bridgetown (Barbados) and Funchal (Madeira).

March 31, 2025: 12-night cruise to Portugal on Azamara . One-way from Miami (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit Hamilton (Bermuda) and Horta (Azores).

April 4, 2025: 12-night cruise to Portugal on Regent Seven Seas . One-way from Miami (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit St George's (Bermuda), Horta (Azores) and Funchal (Madeira).

April 6, 2025: 14-day cruise to Portugal on MSC . One-way from Miami (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit St Maarten, Antigua, Barbados and Madeira.

April 19, 2025: 16-day cruise to Portugal on Seadream . One-way from Palm Beach (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit Hamilton (Bermuda).

May 1, 2025: 12-day cruise to Portugal on Oceania . One-way from Miami (Florida) to Lisbon (Portugal). Visit Great Stirrup Cay (Bahamas), Royal Naval Dockyard (Bermuda), Horta (Azores) and Ponta Delgada (Azores).

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On a cruise from Miami to Puerto Rico, you’ll see the best that the “Island of Enchantment” has to offer, plus two more fabulous Caribbean dream destinations. Wander the intricate cobblestone streets of Old San Juan to discover colorful Spanish colonial architecture, boutique shops, world-class restaurants, and the cultural heart of this vibrant community. Tour the Museo de Las Americas to learn about the island’s history and role in the region through well-curated artifacts, exhibits, and art.

Head to the tropical paradise of Flamenco Beach on the island of Culebra, where white sands and secluded sunbathing spots await for a day out in the Caribbean sun. Taste local foods that inspire the palate, like traditional roasted pork lechon and crispy fried plantains, or the classic rice and beans. Trek to mystical waterfalls in El Yunque National Forest before setting sail to St. Maarten and St. Kitts and Nevis on this unforgettable luxury cruise from Celebrity.


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Browse through pre-Columbian and post-colonial artifacts, sculptures, and paintings at the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, with 18 exhibit halls to explore and incredible grounds that perfectly frame centuries of local art and culture. to Browse through pre-Columbian and post-colonial artifacts, sculptures, and paintings at the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico.

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Visit the famous Maho Beach, where massive commercial jets fly just overhead the white sand as you bathe in crystal blue waters while soaking in the warm St. Maarten sun. to Visit the famous Maho Beach, where commercial jets fly just overhead.

Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis

Sail to the colorful capital of Basseterre on St. Kitts & Nevis. Here you’ll find a charming port city that’s teeming with British cultural influence, easy access to natural parks, and great dining and shopping options. Have a relaxing day in the sun and golden sands of the beautiful Cockleshell Beach. Take the ferry to Nevis for an adventurous trek up to Nevis Peak for spectacular panoramic views and lush green hiking trails atop this majestic volcano.

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With  Cruise America RV rental , you never have to worry about returning your RV to its original location. Instead, you can book a  one-way RV rental  from any of our 132 locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.


When you’re planning an RV road trip across the country or down the coast, one-way RV rental is the way to go. See all the sights you want while you hit the road, and never have to worry about driving back home – just catch a cheap flight at your drop-off point, and you’ve got an easy and inexpensive vacation.

If you’re planning to take one of our RV rentals one way, try one of these fun ideas for vacation routes:

Cross-Country National Parks

Some of the most beautiful sights in the country can be seen in our national parks, and what better way to tour them than by RV? Start off in California with a trip through Yosemite , then head east to the Grand Canyon and Mesa Verde. From there, Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas is your destination – after which it’s up to you: Florida’s Everglades or Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave. Either way, it’s sure to be a great trip.

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Start out in Vancouver, Seattle or Portland and travel south down the coast to San Francisco, Los Angeles or San Diego. Watch as the scenery shifts from the rocky cliffs and historic lighthouses of the Pacific Northwest to the sunny beaches and towering palms of Southern California.

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Pick up your one-way RV rental in Boston, New York City or Washington, D.C. and travel south toward the Florida sunshine. Take a stop in Atlantic City, New Jersey for some gaming fun, or relax for a day along the beautiful historic beaches of South Carolina.


Sometimes a one-way RV rental is good for more than a vacation – like when you’re planning to make a cross-country move. With RV rentals, one-way trips from your old home to your new home are relaxing and fun – not harried and stressful. Plus, you’ll save on hotels and other expenses during your trip. You can even pack some of your household items into your RV. View our article on cross-country moving for more tips and advice.

Want to book a round-trip RV vacation instead of a one-way RV rental? That’s easy, too! Simply visit our online booking page to  rent your RV , and you’ll be on your way in no time. Cruise America even offers  RV sales  at sales centers located across the U.S. and Canada, so you can live the RVing life anytime you want.

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Passengers aboard a recent Fort Lauderdale-bound Spirit Airlines flight were told to strap on life vests and anticipate a water landing in a terrifying recent incident involving equipment malfunctions.

Flight NK270 on Saturday afternoon rushed back to its origin of Jamaica’s Montego Bay experiencing what the airline called “a suspected mechanical issue,” CBS reported .

While still airborne, the warning announcements of a potential splash landing left a harrowing impact on travelers. One told the Jamaican newspaper The Gleaner of their “nerve-racking” experience.

“We were told the aircraft lost pressure,” the flyer said.

“The pilot told us to prepare for a water landing and the highest emergency activated at [Montego Bay airport].”

The plane, an Airbus A321, ultimately and harmlessly returned to the airport as Spirit told CBS that “the mechanical issue did not affect flight safety.”

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Still, it was enough to cause a massive panic, passenger Bettina Rogers told CNN .

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Caladesi Island State Park near Clearwater came in at No. 4 while Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park in Naples grabbed the No. 8 spot.

Duke Kahanamoku Beach on Oahu in Hawaii grabbed the lead spot as determined by Stephen Leatherman, a professor at Miami’s Florida International University. He came up with his Dr. Beach list in 1991.

The way the list works is that each year, Leatherman uses 50 criteria to name the top 10 beaches. When a beach makes it to No. 1, it is retired from the list so other beaches can get a shot in successive years. After 25 years, Leatherman resets it so former winners were back in the mix.

Since the reset in 2016, Florida beaches have landed No. 1 three times including 2023’s winner St. George Island State Park in the Panhandle. The 2020 winner was Grayton Beach State Park while Siesta Beach on Siesta Key near Sarasota was named No. 1 in 2017.

Caladesi Island State Park has been climbing the charts as winning beaches retire from eligibility.

Primarily accessible by boat north of Clearwater and west of Dunedin, Caladesi was rated No. 1 on the 2008 list.

“Caladesi is reached by pedestrian ferry boat, private boats or a long walk north from Clearwater Beach –the inlet is closed so Caladesi is no longer a true island, but still a great getaway,” Leatherman said. “The white beach is composed of crystalline quartz sand which is soft and cushy at the water’s edge, inviting one to take a dip in the sparkling clear waters. There are boardwalk trails, but my favorite is the kayak and canoe trails through the mangroves to see the large blue herons and other birds that frequent this wonderful natural area.”

Delnor-Wiggins State Park in Naples, Florida features nearly a mile of natural beach with a series of approaches that offer shaded alcoves of picnic tables and grills. Visitors can rent paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, umbrellas and beach chairs on site. (Richard Tribou/Orlando Sentinel)

Delnor-Wiggins has not been on the Dr. Beach list since 2015, the last year before Leatherman hit the reset. It’s on the south side of an inlet for the Cocohatchee River in southwest Florida north of Naples.

“This barrier island beach boasts of beautiful white sand beaches and crystal-clear Gulf waters,” Leatherman writes. “Activities include swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, shelling, and fishing.  Wildlife in the park includes bald eagles, ospreys, and manatees. Pine trees provide welcome shade.”

He notes the park is still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Ian in 2022, so some areas remain closed.

Other Florida beaches that have garnered top honors in years past include Fort DeSoto Park in St. Petersburg in 2005, St. Joseph Peninsula in Port St. Joe in 2002, St. Andrews State Park in Panama City in 1995 and Bahia Honda State Park on Big Pine Key in 1992.

The complete list for top U.S. beaches for 2024:

1. Duke Kahanamoku Beach, Oahu, Hawaii2. Coopers Beach, Southampton, New York3. Wailea Beach, Maui, Hawaii4. Caladesi Island State Park, Dunedin Clearwater, Florida5. Beachwalker Park, Kiawah Island, South Carolina6. Main Beach, East Hampton, New York7. Poipu Beach, Kauai, Hawaii8. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Naples, Florida9. Coast Guard Beach, Cape Cod, Massachusetts10. Coronado Beach, San Diego, California

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Palm Beach County on Monday remembered those who died in service to the United States at a Memorial Day ceremony at South Florida National Cemetery near Lake Worth Beach.

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