As of 2015, companies that offer transatlantic cruises include Norwegian Cruise Line, Silversea, Royal Caribbean International and The Luxury Cruise Company. Transatlantic voyages range in length and price, and many offer luxury vacation packages.
In October 2015, Norwegian Cruise Line debuted its ship the Norwegian Escape for transatlantic travel between Southampton, England and Miami, Florida. On board amenities include Broadway entertainment, the Mandara Spa and luxury accommodation. Transatlantic itineraries from Norwegian Cruise Line include a regularly scheduled 10-day transatlantic voyage from Southampton to Miami and a 13-day voyage from Orlando, Florida to Barcelona, Spain.
Silversea offers transatlantic voyages from Barcelona, Spain to Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Civitavecchia, Italy to Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Southampton, England to Montreal, Canada; and Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Royal Caribbean International offers transatlantic voyages and vacation packages that depart from Barcelona, Spain; Boston, Massachusetts; Copenhagen, Denmark; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; and San Juan, Puerto Rico, in addition to a number of other U.S. and international locations.
The Luxury Cruise Company offers transatlantic crossings year-round, including a seven-day transatlantic cruise from Southampton, England to New York City and another from Barcelona, Spain to Florida. Such cruises often stop in the Caribbean islands or continue north to New England, Nova Scotia or Quebec. The Sea Cloud Cruises division offers excursions on a four-masted, 1930s barque from the Canaries to the Caribbean.