Posted May 19th, 2009, 11:54 AM
Last edited by cruiserking; May 19th, 2009 at 11:57 AM
Is there a trip where there is a way that this is done? Where you get on the ship at Ft. Lauderdale cruise the atlantic then see Rome Italy and Naples and all of eastern italy and then cruise again to the americas back?
I think that would be somthing I would like to do, is to leave here for 3 days at sea, See Rome, Naples, Sicily and Maybe Greece, and then cruise back, I wonder how long would that be, like a back to back. I bet that would be a wonderful trip
Loretta any suggestions or opinions?
Most of the major lines like Celebrity, Holland America, NCL, RCCL, will leave Florida in late spring to reposition their ships in Europe. These itineraries will feature Mediterranean ports which will include Italy as well as Portugal, Spain and France.
You could potentially, book one of these transatlantics from Florida and then try and book a six night westbound transatlantic aboard the QM2 from Southampton to New York.
I did a quick search for you and found a 20-day Holland America Line transantlantic aboard the Westerdam April 14, 2010, Fort Lauderdale to Venice, Italy. This voyage includes stops in Rome, Naples, Sicily, Venice as well as Spain, France, Croatia, Portugal and Albania.
Your best bet is to do a search through some of the online cruise agencies and plug in the dates and destinations you are most interested in. Good Luck.