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Transatlantic Cruise

2.456€ 2.691€ 235€ off

About this cruise

Discover the excitement of a 19-day Transatlantic cruise, departing from New York on the magnificent Queen Mary 2. Experience the thrill of exploring enchanting destinations in both the USA and Germany.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.456€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/05/2024 - 23/05/2024 5.050€ 6.030€ 6.640€ 14.620€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/05/2024 - 23/05/2024 5.390€ 7.390€ 8.380€ 56.780€
05/05/2025 - 23/05/2025 4.920€ 6.450€ 6.790€ 16.140€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/05/2024 - 23/05/2024 7.550€ 9.080€ 9.670€ 18.090€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/05/2024 - 23/05/2024 7.540€ 9.080€ 9.670€ 18.080€

Cruise Route

Day 1: New York (New York), USA. New York - the huge, vibrant city on the Hudson River and the secret capital of the world - is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating cities in the USA. Around 12 million inhabitants from all corners of the world call New York their home. The city is divided into five boroughs, with Manhattan being the heart of the city and also the most famous district. When thinking of New York, most travelers immediately associate it with Wall Street and Broadway, the Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue and the numerous museums, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. All of this can be found in New York City, even within the "small" borough of Manhattan. "The Big Apple," as the city is also called, is a melting pot of culture and nationalities, of the poor and the rich, the epitome of contrasts. Often sung about and described, New York is a city of constant change. It is a center of economy, art, and architecture, experienced differently by each of the over 25 million visitors it attracts annually.

Day 2 - 7: Sea day.

Day 8: Southampton, England. Southampton is considered the most important port city in England. Despite the almost complete destruction of the old town in the war, there are numerous sights in Southampton. Worth seeing are the city walls and the Bargate Memorial, a medieval gatehouse that used to serve as the main entrance to the city. The city also offers the Seacity Museum, which focuses on the departure of the Titanic from Southampton and its sinking.

Day 9: Sea day.

Day 10: Hamburg, Germany. The second largest city in Germany (1.8 million inhabitants) is located on the rivers Elbe and Alster. Because of this location, Hamburg has a dense network of waterways, even more bridges than Venice! The Hanseatic city is one of the most important economic locations in Germany with its seaport and media and cultural center. The contrasting city offers a distinct entertainment culture, which can be experienced in the legendary amusement district of St. Pauli as well as in the musical halls and theaters. The 1,200-year-old city is appreciated not only by culture enthusiasts, but also by scene-goers, as alongside traditional Kontor buildings, buildings with the most modern shops and bars are popping up. Other attractions include "Michel", the entire port area, Jungfernstieg, Reeperbahn, the television tower, Hagenbeck Zoo, Speicherstadt, Mönckebergstraße, Jacobikirche, and the fish market.

Day 11: Sea day.

Day 12: Southampton, England. Southampton is considered the most important port city in England. Despite the almost complete destruction of the old town in the war, there are numerous sights in Southampton. Worth seeing are the city walls and the Bargate Memorial, a medieval gatehouse that used to serve as the main entrance to the city. The city also offers the Seacity Museum, which focuses on the departure of the Titanic from Southampton and its sinking.

Day 13 - 18: Sea day.

Day 19: New York (New York), USA. New York - the huge, vibrant city on the Hudson River and the secret capital of the world - is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating cities in the USA. Around 12 million inhabitants from all corners of the world call New York their home. The city is divided into five boroughs, with Manhattan being the heart of the city and also the most famous district. When thinking of New York, most travelers immediately associate it with Wall Street and Broadway, the Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue and the numerous museums, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. All of this can be found in New York City, even within the "small" borough of Manhattan. "The Big Apple," as the city is also called, is a melting pot of culture and nationalities, of the poor and the rich, the epitome of contrasts. Often sung about and described, New York is a city of constant change. It is a center of economy, art, and architecture, experienced differently by each of the over 25 million visitors it attracts annually.