Cruise from usa to Scotland

Canoeing from usa to Scotland

To visit Cruise & Maritime US Close, click here. Here you will find information about the cruise Leith (Edinburgh) including shore excursions, seasonal weather and more. Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. The Greenock is your gateway to Glasgow on Scotland cruises. Refreshingly good for long distance cruises such as transatlantic cruises across the pond to the USA.

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United States to United Kingdom Excursions

To those who still have plenty of free airspace, a trans-Atlantic cruise from the United States to Britain is like a journey back in history. Most of the flights (Silversea is the exception) are in Southampton or Dover, about 75 mile from London. Cruises and routes may vary from year to year.

The Trade WindsTranslantic service is an April departures from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on the Celebrity Silhouette, making a 13-day trip to Southampton and landing at Bermuda and the Azores. Cunard' flag ship, RMS Queen Mary 2, will sail the seven-night trans-Atlantic route between New York City and Southampton, England, offering a 12-night seasonal cruise with extra berths in St. John, New Brunswick and Boston, Massachusetts.

The Queen Victoria will leave Fort Lauderdale in March for Charleston, South Carolina and the Azores in Portugal on a two-week route. Occasionally there will be a New York Times Crossword Crossing with puzzlers and word forgers. Christmas and New Year on the high sea as the Queen Mary 2 leaves New York City for a Caribbean feast and a 19-night transatlantic crossing to Southampton.

Since 1839, the iconic British-American cruise line has offered a White Star baggage line and adheres to a set of rules for wearing dinner dresses that include several official evenings per weeks. MS Prinsendam with 835 passengers, a smaller vessel for trans- Atlantic cruise ships, leaves Fort Lauderdale on a 14-day trip to Dover. Cruise Azores & Normandy Explorer will stop in Hamilton, Bermuda; Horta on the Azores; and Brest and Cherbourg in Normandy, France, in May.

Departure on the Norwegian Breakaway from New York City in April for a 12-day cruise to Southhampton. The Norwegian Jade, another vessel, will make the trip in 13 days from Miami. The Norwegian is a family-oriented cruise line with free-style cruises, offering open hours for food and activity. Oceania Cruises will leave New York City in April for a 14-day Atlantic Encounters trip to Southampton on board the marina.

Between April and October Princess Cruises operates several routes to the UK from Fort Lauderdale or New York City. A 15-day West European Passage aboard the Royal Princess departs from Fort Lauderdale to Bermuda, Scotland, Spain, Portugal and France before ending in Southampton.

An 18-day Fire & Ice Explorer trip from Fort Lauderdale aboard Pacific Princess makes stopovers in Iceland and Scotland on the way to Dover. Fort Lauderdale's 27-day British Isles Grand Adventure on the Royal Princess ends in 14 harbours, among them Bermuda, Portugal, Spain, France, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland on the way to Southampton.

Its longest is the 34-day Fire, Ice & Arctic Circle cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Dover, stopping at 18 harbours, mainly in Iceland and Norway. The 15-day Arctic Circle Grand Adventure in Iceland and Scotland will stop in New York City with its last harbour in Dover. Royal Caribbean's MS Navigator of the Seas anchors from Miami in the Azores and Lisbon, Portugal, as well as Spain and France, before heading to Southampton.

Departure from Fort Lauderdale for a 13-day cruise to New York; Halifax and St. John's and Cork, Ireland, on the way to London.

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