North America and Transatlantic

About This Destination

The USA and Canada’s vast coastlines offer up a wonderful network of ports to navigate, from transatlantic voyages into New York City to the warmer climates of the West Coast, Hawaii and Florida. Combining your cruise with a city break in the Big Apple or Miami is a great option or choose Toronto to include the spectacular Niagara Falls in your itinerary.

New York is one of the most popular starting points for a North American cruise, from here you can head northwards to explore the wild frontiers of Canada or south to discover the fascinating history of America’s Deep South. Ports steeped in history are dotted all along the Eastern Seaboard and the famous Fall colours of New England are a popular draw to this area. Further south, fantastic ports like San Francisco and Los Angeles are excellent starting points for a Pacific cruise to Hawaii, where the consistent mild temperatures make for a great year-round option.

Fact File

  • Flight Time

    Flight time:

    Approx. 8 Hrs

  • Time Difference

    Time Difference:

    -5 Hours

  • Best Time To Travel

    Best Time to Travel:

    Spring & Autumn

Our experts loved

Canada’s stunning coastlines and exciting cities make for a fantastic cruise, with diverse and historic destinations such as Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec all easily reached by sea. Cruises that voyage through the St Lawrence Seaway to Montreal are particularly interesting, and many ships dock overnight while en-route to give you extra time to explore along the way.