Burrows - Answered a Question by berry (06 Jul 08 13:29)

What you mean is that you want to cruise from the UK to New York, spend a few days there, and then cruise back again, do you? You don't mention any specific time that you want to do this, so presumably you are open to all suggestions? You have just missed a great 17 night deal with the QM2 including 5 nights free stay in New York. If, however, you can be patient and wait until June NEXT year, then you will have the opportunity to do this then. That is, leave Southampton on the QM2 on 25th June. Arrive New York 1st July. Leave New York on QM2 6th July. Arrive Southampton 12th July. This should cost you around £2000. Cunard is your only real option as, although other cruise lines do transatlantic trips, these are mainly repositioning cruises at the beginning and end of the year, and rarely travel between Britain and New York, usually starting or terminating the cruises in more southern American ports such as Miami. I hope that this has been of some help? Happy cruising.

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Welsh - Answered a Question by berry (03 Jan 13 15:32)

I want to fly from UK to New York, stay for about 4 or 5 nights then cruise back to Southampton.

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