Sea, rest and relaxation. These are the things that you must love in order to tackle a transatlantic cruise, with an average sailing length of between 6 and 8 days. With the large presence of ships in the Mediterranean during the summer months, there is lots of repositioning for the winter that require some entire fleets to come back to the Caribbean. The transatlantic cruises are therefore very frequent in the months of March and April, as well as October and November, both from the Mediterranean and from Northern Europe. Some itineraries are simply done to reposition the ships, while others include ports of call before or after the crossing, such as in the Western Mediterranean and Canary Islands or in the Caribbean.