14 Night Transatlantic Cruise (Miami to Southampton) Aboard RCi Navigator Of The Seas - £1098 (£549 PP)
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14 Night Transatlantic Cruise (Miami to Southampton) Aboard RCi Navigator Of The Seas - £1098 (£549 PP)

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Found 18th Nov
Sail aboard Navigator Of The Seas for 14 nights on a full board basis in a guaranteed inside cabin. Please note this means your cabin will be assigned to you although you can chose your dining time or opt for flexible dining.

Upgrade to oceanview from £200 PP
Upgrade to balcony from £400 PP
Upgrade to a suite from £1350 PP

Cruise departs 22nd April 2018.

Day 1 - Departure Port - Miami (Florida), United States
Day 2 to 7 - At sea
Day 8 - Ponta Delgada, Azores
Day 9 - At sea
Day 10 - Lisbon, Portugal
Day 11 - Vigo, Spain
Day 12 - La Coruña, Spain
Day 13 - At sea
Day 14 - Paris/Normandy (Le Havre), France
Day 15 - Arrival Port - Southampton, England

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Good deal, does anyone know of a cheap one way flight deal to go with it, not including a huge layover?

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bakerm120518 m ago

Good deal, does anyone know of a cheap one way flight deal to go with it, …Good deal, does anyone know of a cheap one way flight deal to go with it, not including a huge layover?



£377 PP with TAP Air Portugal flying from Heathrow on 21st April 2018 (1hr 40m layover in Lisbon) includes 1 checked bag up to 23kg. Cheaper available but longer layovers.

Haven’t done a long cruise but would this not be really boring ...? At sea for 7 days

Any pounds you spend on this you’ll put back on tenfold with this amount of time at sea

mattgrant40 m ago

Haven’t done a long cruise but would this not be really boring ...? At sea …Haven’t done a long cruise but would this not be really boring ...? At sea for 7 days


I am on Rhapsody of the seas at the end of a 14 night cruise, we were supposed to be at the Bahamas yesterday but the sea was too rocky to get off the ship so it meant 8 sea days in a row and i can tell you i am not bored just hating this is my last day. Navigator is alot bigger so i think you'd be fine.

bakerm12052 h, 16 m ago

Good deal, does anyone know of a cheap one way flight deal to go with it, …Good deal, does anyone know of a cheap one way flight deal to go with it, not including a huge layover?


Norewigen have flights from LGW-Fll (Fort Lauderdale) £329. It's 40 minutes from there to the cruise port in Miami, about $17 each: booking.jayride.com/

mattgrant2 h, 37 m ago

Haven’t done a long cruise but would this not be really boring ...? At sea …Haven’t done a long cruise but would this not be really boring ...? At sea for 7 days


Dont worry, there's plenty to do so you won't be bored. A couple of issue might be queues everywhere and over eating. Talking of queues, Miami airport was a nightmare when I went through it earlier this year to meet a cruise, taking a few hours to get out of it!

I am glad it is not from Southampton to New York!

Askrulous1 h, 41 m ago

Dont worry, there's plenty to do so you won't be bored. A couple of issue …Dont worry, there's plenty to do so you won't be bored. A couple of issue might be queues everywhere and over eating. Talking of queues, Miami airport was a nightmare when I went through it earlier this year to meet a cruise, taking a few hours to get out of it!


We just came back from Miami yesterday after a cruise. I would agree that Miami airport has been a pain in the past but this time we went from plane landing on the runway to in our hotel room in downtown Miami in less than an hour. We used the automatic passport control gates at the airport and went straight through. We saw so many passengers from our BA flight not realising you can use the gates and going to line up at the immigration desks which take ages. We were really impressed especially after the normal 2/3 hour waits of the past.

Regarding the Trans Atlantic cruises... We have done 2 of these and treat them the same as we do a resort based beach holiday. Lots of time to relax with a good book etc. Just remember that when doing a west to east crossing you will lose an hour on some of the days with the different time zones you cross. On both our cruises (also with Royal) they made the time change at noon so it didn't affect you too much.

Guaranteed inside cabin?? Makes it sound like its an upgrade.... from what lol

clairemoneysaver4 h, 27 m ago

We just came back from Miami yesterday after a cruise. I would agree that …We just came back from Miami yesterday after a cruise. I would agree that Miami airport has been a pain in the past but this time we went from plane landing on the runway to in our hotel room in downtown Miami in less than an hour. We used the automatic passport control gates at the airport and went straight through. We saw so many passengers from our BA flight not realising you can use the gates and going to line up at the immigration desks which take ages. We were really impressed especially after the normal 2/3 hour waits of the past.


Thats a vast improvement on our wait time of about 2 hours, so somethings definitely changed. I just remember utter chaos, walking past a massive queue consisting of people from our ba flight and other flights, to find someone who could tell us where to go. We got directed to an area where you firstly completed a security check by yourself, then we had to go through a manned passport control. Good thing was getting a cab immediately as we were one of the first out. We got to our Miami beach hotel about 6 or 7pm, while others from our flight finally walked in about 10pm, which may have had something to do with security staff dropping like flies due to it being a particularly busy Saturday!

This was £50 cheaper back in July,

The current Navigator crossing(13n) arrives tomorrow(the other way) balconies got down to £699pp
I think this one will get cheaper again.
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