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5 best Princess repositioning cruises in 2024 from Vancouver (September, fall months)

The Princess cruise ships that are in Vancouver in the summer are doing Alaska cruises. So they will be repositioning away from Vancouver at the end of the Alaska cruise season, which is September.

This means that the cruise before every one of these repositioning cruises listed below is an Alaska cruise, so look into booking a back-to-back cruise! You can go to Alaska before you start the repositioning cruise from Vancouver!

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On a cost per day basis, repositioning cruises are some of the cheapest cruises you’ll find. Longer one-way cruises with lots of sea days tend to be cheaper (that is the typical description of a repositioning cruise!) than a 7-day round trip cruise with a lot of port stops.

I have done a repositioning cruise from Vancouver on a Princess cruise ship, and of course it’s always fun to look for more! 😁 Here are the Princess repositioning cruises from Vancouver in fall 2024!

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1. 30-day Vancouver to New Zealand cruise (one-way)

September 21, 2024 | Royal Princess

📍 Where does this cruise go? After leaving Vancouver, this cruise has 1 port in Canada, 1 port in Oregon, 3 ports in California, 2 ports in Hawaii, 2 ports in French Polynesia, 1 port in American Samoa, 1 port in New Zealand (before Auckland)… and then arrives in Auckland! ⚓ What cruise ports are on this itinerary? Vancouver Canada, Victoria Canada, Astoria Oregon, San Francisco California, San Diego California, Los Angeles California, Honolulu Hawaii, Maui Hawaii, Tahiti French Polynesia (overnight), Moorea French Polynesia, Pago Pago American Samoa, Tauranga New Zealand, Auckland New Zealand 🌊 How many sea days are on this cruise? There are 18 sea days! You will be crossing the international date line on one of those sea days! 📆 When does the cruise start and end? This cruise starts in Vancouver on September 21, and it arrives in Auckland on October 22. ⛰ What is the cruise before Vancouver? The last Alaska cruise for the Royal Princess can be booked as a 7-day one-way cruise from Anchorage to Vancouver that starts on September 14, or a 14-day round trip cruise from Vancouver that starts on September 7. ⚓ What is the next cruise after Auckland? After the cruise ship leaves Auckland, it heads to Sydney, stopping by the New Zealand cruise port of Picton first. 👪 How many passengers can be on this cruise ship? The Royal Princess has a passenger capacity of 3,560 at double occupancy.

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🤓 Be informed : Here is the New Zealand bucket list to help you decide if you should stay a week or more in New Zealand before flying back! Or use Auckland as a jumping off point to go to more South Pacific islands like the Cook Islands ! Then, to go to the US, Hawaiian Airlines has a direct flight from the Cook Islands to Hawaii. 😁

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Princess repositioning cruise to New Zealand in 2024:

  • September 21 on the Royal Princess: 30 day cruise from Vancouver to Auckland

2. 36-day Vancouver to Australia cruise (one-way)

📍 Where does this cruise go? After leaving Vancouver, this cruise has 1 port in Canada, 1 port in Oregon, 3 ports in California, 2 ports in Hawaii, 2 ports in French Polynesia, 1 port in American Samoa, 3 ports in New Zealand… and then arrives in Sydney Australia! ⚓ What cruise ports are on this itinerary? Vancouver Canada, Victoria Canada, Astoria Oregon, San Francisco California, San Diego California, Los Angeles California, Honolulu Hawaii, Maui Hawaii, Tahiti French Polynesia (overnight), Moorea French Polynesia, Pago Pago American Samoa, Tauranga New Zealand, Auckland New Zealand, Picton New Zealand, Sydney Australia 🌊 How many sea days are on this cruise? There are 22 sea days! You will be crossing the international date line on one of those sea days! 📆 When does the cruise start and end? This cruise starts in Vancouver on September 21, and it arrives in Sydney on October 28. ⛰ What is the cruise before Vancouver? The last Alaska cruise for the Royal Princess can be booked as a 7-day one-way cruise from Anchorage to Vancouver that starts on September 14, or a 14-day round trip cruise from Vancouver that starts on September 7. ⚓ What is the next cruise after Sydney? On October 28, the Royal Princess starts a 13-day cruise to South Pacific islands, including 1 port in New Caledonia, 1 port in Vanuatu, and 3 ports in Fiji! 👪 How many passengers can be on this cruise ship? The Royal Princess has a passenger capacity of 3,560 at double occupancy.

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🤓 Be informed : Here is the Australia bucket list to help you decide if you should stay a week or more in Australia before flying back! Generally speaking, May to October is the best time to visit the Great Barrier Reef .

Princess repositioning cruise from Vancouver to Australia in 2024:

  • September 21 on the Royal Princess: 36 day cruise from Vancouver to Sydney Australia

3. 13-day Vancouver to Hawaii cruise (one-way)

📍 Where does this cruise go? After leaving Vancouver, this cruise has 1 port in Canada, 1 port in Oregon, 3 ports in California, and then arrives in Honolulu. ⚓ What cruise ports are on this itinerary? Vancouver Canada, Victoria Canada, Astoria Oregon, San Francisco California, San Diego California, Los Angeles California, Honolulu Hawaii 🌊 How many sea days are on this cruise? There are 7 sea days. 📆 When does the cruise start and end? This cruise starts in Vancouver on September 21, and it arrives in Honolulu on October 4. ⛰ What is the cruise before Vancouver? There is a 14-day round trip Alaska cruise from Vancouver that starts on September 7. ⚓ What is the next cruise after Honolulu? After the cruise ship leaves Honolulu, it heads to New Zealand and Australia, stopping by South Pacific islands in French Polynesia and American Samoa. 👪 How many passengers can be on this cruise ship? The Royal Princess has a passenger capacity of 3,560 at double occupancy.

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🤓 Be informed #1 : Honolulu is on the island of Oahu, and it’s where you can go to Pearl Harbor National Memorial . To check some national parks off your bucket list, you’ll need to go to the island of Maui for Haleakala National Park and the Big Island for Hawaii Volcanoes National Park .

🤓 Be informed #2 : It is possible to book a one-way cruise from Anchorage to Vancouver that is the cruise right before the repositioning cruise, but personally I would not feel comfortable booking that. That would mean you would be embarking in one US cruise port (in Alaska) and disembarking in a different US cruise port (in Hawaii), and the laws about embarking and disembarking in 2 different US cruise ports seems ambiguous. I read a story in a cruise facebook group about someone who had booked back-to-back cruises individually in a similar way (it was another cruise line), and just a few weeks before the cruise, they were contacted by the cruise line and told they can’t do that. Maybe there’s something about this specific itinerary that would actually make it okay (I have no idea), but the uncertainty of it makes me feel uneasy about booking it myself! Research before you book! If the cruise line is selling it as a cruise from one US cruise port to another (like a Panama Canal cruise from California to Florida ), then it’s not a problem, but when you would be booking 2 individual cruises, know before you book!

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Princess repositioning cruise from Vancouver to Hawaii in 2024:

  • September 21 on the Royal Princess: 13 day cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu

4. 20-day Panama Canal cruise from Vancouver (one-way cruise to Florida)

September 24, 2024 | Sapphire Princess

📍 Where does this cruise go? After leaving Vancouver, this cruise has 1 port in Canada, 1 port in California, 1 port in Mexico, 1 port in Guatemala, 1 port in Panama, Panama Canal Full Transit New Locks scenic cruising day, 1 port in Colombia, and then arrives in Fort Lauderdale Florida. ⚓ What cruise ports are on this itinerary? Vancouver Canada, Victoria Canada, San Francisco California, Puerto Vallarta Mexico, Puerto Quetzal Guatemala, Fuerte Amador (Panama City) Panama, Cartagena Colombia, Fort Lauderdale Florida. 🌊 How many sea days are on this cruise? There are 11 sea days, plus 1 scenic cruising day (Panama Canal). 📆 When does the cruise start and end? This cruise starts in Vancouver on September 24, and it arrives in Fort Lauderdale on October 14. ⛰ What is the cruise before Vancouver? The last Alaska cruise for the Sapphire Princess is a 10-day round trip cruise from Vancouver that starts on September 14. ⚓ What is the next cruise after Fort Lauderdale? The next cruise is a 10-day Caribbean cruise that goes to 6 islands that starts on October 14. The following cruise that starts on October 24 is another 10-day Caribbean cruise that goes to 6 islands, but goes to several islands that the first cruise doesn’t go to. 👪 How many passengers can be on this cruise ship? The Sapphire Princess has a passenger capacity of 2,670 at double occupancy.

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🤓 Be informed #1 : There are the new locks and the old locks of the Panama Canal. This cruise goes through the new locks.

🤓 Be informed #2 : You can also start this Panama Canal cruise on the Sapphire Princess from San Francisco as a 16-day Panama Canal cruise from San Francisco to Fort Lauderdale .

Princess repositioning cruise from Vancouver to Florida in 2024:

  • September 24 on Sapphire Princess: 20 day cruise from Vancouver to Fort Lauderdale FL

5. 7-day Vancouver to Los Angeles cruise (one-way)

September 21 | Royal Princess September 28 | Discovery Princess

Even a 7-day repositioning cruise you can turn into a long cruise by doing the last Alaska cruise of the season before you start the repositioning part of the cruise from Vancouver!

📍 Where does this cruise go? After leaving Vancouver, this cruise has 1 port in Canada, 1 port in Oregon, 2 ports in California (before LA), and then arrives in Los Angeles. ⚓ What cruise ports are on this itinerary? Vancouver Canada, Victoria Canada, Astoria Oregon, San Francisco California, San Diego California, Los Angeles California, Honolulu Hawaii 🌊 How many sea days are on this cruise? There are 2 sea days. 📆 When does the cruise start and end? The Royal Princess cruise starts in Vancouver on September 21, and it arrives in Los Angeles on September 28. The Discovery Princess cruise starts in Vancouver on September 28, and it arrives in Los Angeles on October 5. ⛰ What is the cruise before Vancouver? The Royal Princess does a 14-day round trip Alaska cruise from Vancouver that starts on September 7. ⚓ What is the next cruise after Los Angeles? The Royal Princess continues on to Hawaii, the South Pacific, New Zealand, and Australia. The Discovery Princess will be based in Los Angeles to do a 7-day round trip California coast cruise starting on October 5, and after that does a 7-day round trip Mexico cruise starting on October 12. 👪 How many passengers can be on this cruise ship? The Royal Princess has a passenger capacity of 3,560 at double occupancy. The Discovery Princess has a passenger capacity of 3,660.

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🤓 Be informed #1 : This is basically a California coast cruise! It can be a perfect cruise if you want to get a taste for coastal California cities.

🤓 Be informed #2 : To check a national park off your bucket list after a cruise to Los Angeles, you’ll want to rent a car and go to Joshua Tree National Park (3 hours from LA) or Death Valley National Park (5 hours from LA). You can also take a ferry to Channel Islands National Park from a harbor that is 1.5 hours from LA.

🤓 Be informed #3 : To check a national park off your bucket list after a cruise to San Francisco, you’ll want to rent a car and go to Yosemite National Park that is 4 hours away from San Francisco. If you’re ambitious, do the Majestic Mountain Loop to go to Yosemite National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, and Sequoia National Park in 3 days! Redwoods National Park is 5.5 hours from San Francisco up the California coast.

🤓 Be informed #4 : See “be informed #2” under the Vancouver to Hawaii cruise section if you are consider doing an Alaska cruise and want to make your final destination Los Angeles.

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Princess repositioning cruises from Vancouver to California in 2024:

  • September 21 on Royal Princess: 7 day cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles
  • September 28 on Discovery Princess: 7 day cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles
  • September 24 on Sapphire Princess: 4 day cruise from Vancouver to San Francisco
  • September 25 on Grand Princess: 4 day cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles
  • September 26 on Ruby Princess: 3 day cruise from Vancouver to San Francisco

More cruise searches for fun: Best Alaska cruises from San Francisco (back-to-back cruises that go to Alaska and Hawaii or Mexico!)

What Princess cruise ships are in Vancouver?

In 2024, the Princess cruise ships with Alaska cruises from Vancouver are the Discovery Princess, Grand Princess, Royal Princess, Ruby Princess, and Sapphire Princess.

The other Princess cruise ships in Alaska are the Crown Princess (from San Francisco) and Majestic Princess (from Seattle).

In 2025, the Princess cruise ships with Alaska cruises from Vancouver are the Caribbean Princess, Coral Princess, Grand Princess, and Sapphire Princess.

The other Princess cruise ships going to Alaska are the Discovery Princess (Seattle), Royal Princess (Seattle), and Ruby Princess (San Francisco).

HAPPY CRUISING FROM VANCOUVER!

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👆 Top row: San Francisco, Hawaii, American Samoa. Bottom row: New Zealand, French Polynesia, Vancouver.

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Repositioning cruise from Alaska in the fall, September 2023, October 2023 🏔 Alaska to Hawaii, to Australia, to New Zealand, to Japan 🏔 Alaska cruise travel blog

Repositioning cruises are cruises that “reposition” cruise ships for the upcoming cruise season.

You will mostly see “repositioning” cruises from Alaska on Princess cruise ships below.

For the Princess cruise ships, you will string together 2 or more cruises together to go from Alaska to the “final destination” that the cruise ship is going to.

There are some repositioning cruises to Alaska on other cruise lines that actually do start in Alaska.

These are repositioning cruises with NCL (Norwegian Cruise Line) and Holland America.

To get an idea for when the repositioning cruises are, you can think about when the Alaska cruise season is.

The Alaska cruise season is from spring to fall.

So if you want to do a repositioning cruise starting in Alaska, then that will be at the end of the Alaska cruise season.

So repositioning cruises from Alaska will be in the fall, mostly September or October.

If you want to take a cruise in the spring, then take a look at repositioning cruises to Alaska from Japan .

Repositioning cruise from Alaska to Japan (NCL and Holland America)

NCL and Holland America have repositioning cruises from Alaska to Japan.

NCL: Norwegian Jewel

  • October 3: 16-day cruise from Seattle to Japan one-way (ports: Ketchikan AK, Icy Strait Point AK, Hubbard Glacier sea day, Seward AK, cross the international date line sea day , Hakodate Japan, Sendai Japan, Tokyo Japan)

Holland America: Westerdam

  • October 1: 13-day cruise from Seattle to Japan one-way (ports: Juneau AK, cross the international date line sea day, Kushiro Japan, Tokyo Japan)

Princess repositioning cruises from Alaska

Princess has 7 cruise ships in Alaska during the 2023 Alaska cruise season.

This means that come fall 2023, these 7 cruise ships will be repositioning to other locations during Alaska’s off-season.

Where will these ships be following the 2023 Alaska cruise season?

  • Discovery Princess: Los Angeles, California coast, Mexico
  • Royal Princess: Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand
  • Majestic Princess: Australia, New Zealand
  • Crown Princess: San Francisco, California coast, Mexico, Hawaii
  • Ruby Princess: Fort Lauderdale, Panama Canal, Caribbean
  • Sapphire Princess: California, Hawaii, South Pacific, South America
  • Grand Princess: Australia, New Zealand

The order of cruise ships is mostly from biggest to smallest in terms of passenger capacity. I like to google something like “discovery princess passenger capacity” to know if it’s a bigger ship or smaller ship.

These are the cruises on the Princess cruise ships immediately following the Alaska cruise season, including the last cruises in Alaska.

Of course, cruise itineraries can change!

See princess.com for the most up-to-date itineraries… and of course prices!

What is the Discovery Princess itinerary after Alaska?

After the Alaska season, the Discovery Princess will go to Los Angeles to do California cruises and Mexico cruises

Back-to-back cruises on the Discovery Princess! The Discovery Princess repositioning cruise(s) from Alaska in fall 2023:

  • September 17: 7-day Alaska cruise from Seattle round trip (ports: Ketchikan, Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier sea day, Juneau, Skagway, Victoria Canada)
  • September 24: 7-day Alaska cruise from Seattle to Vancouver one-way (ports: Ketchikan, Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier sea day, Juneau, Skagway)
  • October 1: 6-day cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles one-way (ports: Victoria, overnight in San Francisco)
  • October 7: 7-day California cruise from Los Angeles round trip (ports: overnight in San Francisco, San Diego, Ensenada)
  • October 14: 7-day Mexico cruise from Los Angeles round trip (ports: Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta)

What is the Royal Princess itinerary after Alaska?

After the Alaska season, the Royal Princess will go to Australia and New Zealand.

So, book the last Alaska cruise of the season on the Royal Princess, and you can make it a cruise from Alaska to Australia, a cruise from Alaska to New Zealand, or even a cruise from Alaska to Hawaii!

Not all cruises that go from North America to Australia allow you to book a cruise that start or ends in Hawaii, but the Royal Princess does.

Back-to-back cruises on the Royal Princess! The Royal Princess repositioning cruise(s) from Alaska in fall 2023:

  • September 16: 7-day Alaska cruise from Seattle round trip (ports: Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay National Park sea day, Ketchikan, Victoria)
  • September 23: 2-day cruise from Seattle to Vancouver one-way (0 ports)
  • September 25: 23-day cruise from Vancouver to Auckland New Zealand one-way
  • September 25: 7-day cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu Hawaii one-way
  • September 26: 22-day cruise from Seattle to Auckland New Zealand one-way
  • September 26: 26-day cruise from Seattle to Sydney Australia one-way
  • October 2: 20-day cruise from Honolulu Hawaii to Sydney Australia one-way
  • October 19: 4-day cruise from Auckland to Sydney one-way

What is the Majestic Princess itinerary after Alaska?

After the Alaska season, the Majestic Princess will go to Australia and New Zealand.

So, book the last Alaska cruise of the season on the Majestic Princess, and you can make it a cruise from Alaska to Australia or a cruise from Alaska to New Zealand.

Back-to-back cruises on the Majestic Princess! The Majestic Princess repositioning cruise(s) from Alaska in fall 2023:

  • September 16: 10-day Alaska cruise from Vancouver round trip (ports: Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Icy Strait Point, Glacier Bay National Park, Hubbard Glacier sea day)
  • September 26: 7-day cruise from Vancouver round trip (ports: Victoria, Astoria Oregon, Ketchikan, Seattle)
  • October 3: 5-day cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles one-way
  • October 3: 26-day cruise from Vancouver to Auckland New Zealand one-way
  • October 8: 26-day cruise from Los Angeles to Sydney Australia one-way
  • October 8: 21-day cruise from Los Angeles to Auckland NZ one-way
  • October 30: 5-day cruise from Auckland to Sydney one-way

What is the Crown Princess itinerary after Alaska?

After the Alaska season, the Crown Princess will go to Seattle to do a Hawaii cruise, and then to San Francisco to do California cruises, Mexico cruises, and Hawaii cruises. 

Back-to-back cruises on the Crown Princess! The Crown Princess repositioning cruise(s) from Alaska in fall 2023:

  • September 15: 11-day Alaska cruise from Vancouver round trip (ports: Sitka, Icy Strait Point, Hubbard Glacier sea day, Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Victoria)
  • September 26: 4-day cruise from Vancouver to Seattle one-way (1 port: Ketchikan)
  • September 30: 16-day Hawaii cruise from Seattle round trip (ports: Kona, Kauai, Honolulu, Maui)
  • October 16: 3-day cruise from Seattle to Vancouver one-way (1 port: Victoria)
  • October 19: 3-day cruise from Vancouver to San Francisco one-way (0 ports)

And finally on October 22, the Crown Princess reaches its home port for the winter!

From San Francisco, it will be doing round trip cruises along the California coast, to Mexico, and to Hawaii.

What is the Ruby Princess itinerary after Alaska?

After the Alaska season, the Ruby Princess will do Panama Canal cruises and Caribbean cruises.

But, there’s a break in the schedule, so you won’t be able to do it as a back-to-back from Alaska to the Panama Canal or from Alaska to the Caribbean.

I don’t know what’s going on with the Ruby Princess (dry dock?) but in case you want to cruise from San Francisco, here are the cruises showing up in the princess search results:

  • September 14: 10-day Alaska cruise from San Francisco (ports: Juneau, Skagway, Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier sea day, Ketchikan, Prince Rupert Canada)
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  • October 22: 15-day Panama Canal cruise from San Francisco to Fort Lauderdale one-way (ports: Cabo San Lucas Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Panama Canal full transit new locks, Colombia)
  • November 6: 14-day Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale round trip (ports: St Kitts, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Barbados, Grenada, Trinidad, Curacao, Aruba)

What is the Sapphire Princess itinerary after Alaska?

After the Alaska season, the Sapphire Princess will do round trip cruises from North America to California, Hawaii, and the South Pacific Islands. Then, it will do a one-way cruise to South America and Antarctica.

Back-to-back cruises on the Sapphire Princess! The Sapphire Princess repositioning cruise(s) from Alaska in fall 2023:

  • September 6: 7-day Alaska cruise from Vancouver to Anchorage one-way
  • September 13: 7-day Alaska cruise from Anchorage to Alaska one-way
  • September 20: 7-day Alaska cruise from Vancouver round trip (ports: Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay National Park sea day, Ketchikan)
  • September 27: 11-day California coast cruise from Vancouver round trip (ports: Los Angeles, Catalina Island, San Diego, San Francisco)
  • October 8: 7-day cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles one-way (ports: Victoria, Astoria Oregon, San Francisco, San Diego)
  • October 15: 15-day Hawaii cruise from Los Angeles round trip (ports: Hilo, Honolulu, Kauai, Maui, Ensenada)
  • October 30: 32-day South Pacific cruise from Los Angeles round trip (ports: Hilo, Honolulu, American Samoa, cross the international date line sea day, Western Samoa, Suva Fiji, Dravuni Island Fiji, cross the international date line sea day, Tahiti overnight, Moorea)
  • December 1: 18-day cruise from Los Angeles to Santiago Chile
  • December 19: 16-day cruise from Santiago Chile to Buenos Aires Argentina

What is the Grand Princess itinerary after Alaska?

After the Alaska season, the Grand Princess will go to Australia and New Zealand.

So, book the last Alaska cruise of the season on the Grand Princess, and you can make it a cruise from Alaska to Australia or a cruise from Alaska to New Zealand!

Back-to-back cruises on the Grand Princess! The Grand Princess repositioning cruise(s) from Alaska in fall 2023:

  • September 9: 7-day Alaska cruise from Vancouver to Anchorage one-way
  • September 16: 7-day Alaska cruise from Anchorage to Vancouver one-way
  • September 23: 3-day cruise from Vancouver to San Francisco one-way
  • September 23: 23-day cruise from Vancouver to Auckland New Zealand one-way
  • September 26: 24-day cruise from San Francisco to Sydney Australia one-way
  • September 26: 20-day cruise from San Francisco to Auckland New Zealand one-way
  • October 17: 4-day cruise from Auckland to Sydney one-way

How can you quickly figure out what cruise ships are in Alaska?

In this order: Go to princess.com > filters > destination > alaska > ship: there’s your list!

Then, “reset filters” and then you can filter to the individual ship.

If you have already searched with some filters to see “results” and go back to change the filters, sometimes it still continues to use the previous filters so I find it in some cases best to start the search from new.

Although not the case for repositioning cruises, if you are looking at the cruises before or after, some of the itineraries have multiple departure dates. In this case, it will only show up on the list once in the results. So you will want to use the drop-down to see more available dates.

To order by date, you can go to: options > select a sort order > date. Again, it might not be in the exact order because if there are multiple departure dates, it will only show up on the list once, for the lowest price date.

And finally, before you make your booking, search for the cruise on both desktop AND mobile.

Although it’s usually the same, I have seen cruise prices that do vary, including the repositioning cruise that I did !

It was a difference of over $1,000!

I tried to get the price to show up on desktop (because I like to book on desktop), but I just could not get it to do so.

So I booked on mobile.

I checked the price in the coming days and I never saw the low price again.

I had also been checking the price in the days leading up to it, so the major price drop was a little crazy that I saw it ONLY that time that I went to make the booking!

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Sail from one incredible destination to another on one of our luxury repositioning cruises. Explore Europe’s dynamic cities. Lounge on Fort Lauderdale’s stunning beaches. Spend relaxed days on board one of our luxury cruise ships in the award-winning spa, dipping in the sparkling pool, and tasting world-class culinary creations inspired by global destinations. With plenty of days at sea and stops in some of the most coveted ports in the world, these repositioning cruises promise adventure both on and off the ship.

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Itineraries, view all repositioning cruises, explore two continents on an unforgettable repositioning cruise.

Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey across the Atlantic or the Pacific Ocean aboard our spectacular repositioning cruises. Sail from one continent to another on an award-winning ship , and experience unrivaled luxury, service, and entertainment as it relocates from one region of the world to another.

In the late fall, our repositioning cruises sail from Europe, where you’ll depart from fascinating cities like Lisbon, Southampton, and Rome, to North America. Stop in stunning destinations such as Nice, Provence, the Azores, and the Canary Islands, and luxuriate in consecutive days at sea before arriving at your debarkation port in Florida or the Northeast. Or cruise between Europe and South America on a cruise from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro and explore ports in the Canary Islands and Brazil. 

In the early spring, our transatlantic cruises depart from the United States and head back across the Atlantic, stopping in beautiful European destinations along the way, such as the islands of Palma de Mallorca and Corsica, before arriving in Rome, Southampton, and Lisbon.

Whether you choose to board a relocation cruise in the spring or fall, you’ll find a wealth of options to choose from. Depending on your itinerary, you’ll explore the sun-soaked Mediterranean, visit popular ports across Western Europe, or stop in Iceland and Greenland along the way. 

Sail across the Bering Sea and the Pacific Ocean on a transpacific cruise that travels from Asia to North America—and vice versa. Depart from the exciting city of Tokyo and stop in destinations in Russia and Japan along the way. A highlight of a transpacific cruise is traversing the International Dateline.

You can also board one of our repositioning cruises between Hawaii and Australia. Depart from either Honolulu or Sydney and visit breathtaking islands in the South Pacific, including New Zealand’s idyllic Bay of Islands, dreamy destinations in French Polynesia like Bora Bora and Tahiti, and the tropical islands of Hawaii.

Aside from these remarkable journeys across continents, we also have exciting repositioning cruises that travel from one destination to another within the Western Hemisphere. Sail between San Diego or Los Angeles and Vancouver and cruise along the Pacific Coast, stopping in destinations throughout California, Oregon, Washington, and Canada along the way. Or combine a tropical vacation in the Caribbean with sightseeing in the Northeast by embarking on an open-jaw itinerary between Miami and Cape Liberty or Boston; San Juan and Cape Liberty; or a Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale to San Juan.

On all of our repositioning cruises, you’ll have access to exciting venues and unlimited entertainment. Spend days at sea lounging by the outdoor pool or relaxing at the indoor solarium. Schedule a day at the spa and choose from a number of reinvigorating and revitalizing treatments. Dine on delicious dishes designed by a Michelin-starred chef. Dance under the stars at one of our rooftop lounges. There’s no shortage of magic and adventure awaiting on a Celebrity cruise.

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Repositioning cruises are the perfect way to bask in the wonder of cruising.

Stand aboard a luxurious cruise ship as the ocean breeze flows through your hair and soothes your senses. Experience the sights and sounds of the water and the marine life as you cross some of the world’s largest bodies of water. Stop along the way, and discover new cultures, peoples and attractions you never dreamed of. Expect a memorable cruise!

Things to Do on a Repositioning Cruise

In order to make sure cruisers have the best possible weather conditions for both their pleasure and their safety, cruise ships institute time limits for cruises to certain regions. For instance, most cruises to Alaska take place from May until September when the weather is warm. When the last Alaska cruise comes to completion, cruise lines don’t just keep their ships empty till May, they sail to a new region of the world. These trips from one destination to another, for instance Alaska to the Caribbean or Europe to the Caribbean, are called repositioning cruises. The most popular of these are transatlantic cruises, featuring plenty of days at sea to enjoy the amenities of your ship. But don't sleep on transpacific cruises, as they explore some of the most secluded, beautiful islands in the world. Featured below are highlights from possible repositioning cruises:

Bangkok, Thailand

  • A stop in Bangkok is sure to leave you with plenty of options for adventure. Spend the day visiting several stunning and intricately designed temples, or go to one of the many tailors in the city who will custom tailor an outfit at an affordable price.  
  • Enjoy a fruit market, beautiful colonial era architecture and a museum with traditional African masks in Dakar, Senegal. Make sure to have your camera ready as your tour this fascinating city on Africa’s west coast.  

Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Spain

  • Spend an afternoon walking along Las Ramblas in Barcelona where you can try some of Spain’s most tasty treats, like tapas, paella and pintxos. While strolling along this scenic tree-lined pedestrian mall, you'll pass some of Barcelona's most historic buildings and get a better understanding for the city's culture.  
  • Visit a Pineapple Greenhouse. Pineapples are a major crop in the Azores, an island chain off the coast of Portugal.  

Hula dancing

  • Snorkel through a shipwreck off the coast of the petite island of Bermuda on your way to the Caribbean or a cruise port in Florida. The sunken ships beneath the surface of the turquoise waters are home to several bright species of fish.  
  • Get your hips moving as you learn to hula during a sunset luau when you visit Honolulu on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.  

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  • Celebrity Eclipse 12 NIGHT GREENLAND & ICELAND CRUISE Departing From Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey (Aug 2024)
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  • Nautica 35 NIGHT Repositioning CRUISE Departing From Singapore, Singapore (Apr 2025)
  • Celebrity Silhouette 10 NT FORT LAUDERDALE TO CAPE LIBERTY Departing From Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida (Apr 2025)
  • Celebrity Silhouette 12 NIGHT GREENLAND & ICELAND CRUISE Departing From Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey (Jul 2025)
  • Celebrity Silhouette 13 NIGHT GREENLAND & ICELAND CRUISE Departing From Reykjavik, Iceland (Aug 2025)
  • Symphony of the Seas 3 NIGHT DEADHEAD REPOSITIONING CRUISE Departing From Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey (Oct 2025)
  • Brilliance of the Seas 7 NIGHT BOSTON TO SAN JUAN CRUISE Departing From Boston, Massachusetts (Nov 2025)
  • Riviera 22 NIGHT Repositioning CRUISE Departing From Singapore, Singapore (Nov 2025)
  • Vista 16 NIGHT Repositioning CRUISE Departing From Singapore, Singapore (Apr 2026)

Repositioning: Cruise Lines

Looking for an adventure? Try a repositioning cruise which, in some instances, will take you on a journey across the globe. These cruises where ships relocate from one location to another are available on both popular and luxury cruises. Explore what cruise line you can take repositioning cruises with:

Celebrity Cruises

With innovative spaces like the Lawn and the AquaSpa Celebrity Cruises gives their customers a taste of modern luxury.

Oceania Cruises

Epicureans are delighted by the Oceania Cruises experience where Jacques Pepin is Executive Culinary Director and the Culinary Tours introduce you to a world of flavors.

Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International is known for ships with a wow factor. From ice skating rinks to zip lines, if you can think of it, you can find it on a Royal Caribbean cruise.

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Repositioning: Departure Ports

A repositioning cruise is when a ship moves from doing a lot of sailings in one region to another region. For instance ships that sail in Alaska usually move to a warmer weather spot in the fall. Repositioning cruises offer an extended itinerary with a lot of sea days for relaxing. You can find repositioning cruises year round. You can embark from cities like Sydney, Barcelona, Fort Lauderdale and Buenos Aires among other domestic and exotic ports. 

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is home to great sports, great food and loads of history with the Freedom Trail and Harvard.

Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey

Cape Liberty, which is just miles from New York City, offers incredible views of the city skyline and easy access to many cruise destinations, along with everything NYC has to offer.

Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida

With incredible weather, delicious fare and some stupendous attractions, you will find that Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades is one of the most attractive ports in the entire US.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Reykjavik was just a small village until seeing a major expansion after World War II, but this popular cruise destination still offers a small town feel different than any other European capital.

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

Southeast Asia’s most modern city, Singapore, also contains a lot of history and treasures from the past, along with a perfect tropical climate – all making Singapore a wonderful destination year round.

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Repositioning cruises travel all over the world, and our repositioning photo gallery does the same – albeit virtually. Your virtual tour includes highlights from Asia, Africa, the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Pacific – each of which could be included in your repositioning cruise destinations.

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Taking a Distinctive Voyage on Norwegian Cruise Line means just that. Whether it's a Pacific Coastal or East Coast, Panama Canal or Transatlantic Cruise, you'll see more of the world by departing and arriving in two different cities. Enjoy long and relaxing days at sea on a Transatlantic voyage and discover limitless ways to escape on board. Or experience the grandeur of crossing the Panama Canal - a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you'll never forget. Along the way, travel to exotic, out-of-the-way places you've only dreamed of. Postcards don't do these journeys justice.

Every spring and fall our ships relocate to new and exotic places with the opportunity for once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Since these cruises are usually longer, they offer more time to make the kind of memories you won't stop talking about.

Discover the world's greatest shortcut, the Panama Canal. Explore the majesty that unfolds up the Pacific Coastline. Or escape to the Caribbean for a little snorkeling and sightseeing. Only Norwegian gives you the freedom of Freestyle Cruising®. Don't let these special cruises pass you by.

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Slip off your watch and slip into holiday mode. A cruise along the East Coast will take you to historic ports on the Atlantic Ocean in Bermuda, Canada & New England, or the Caribbean. Your wonderful adventure begins here.

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Transatlantic

People have been cruising across the Atlantic Ocean for centuries, and now is your chance to share this amazing perspective. Enjoy relaxing days on board and take advantage of the flexibility that only Freestyle Cruising can offer.

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Panama Canal

Traversing the 40-mile Panama Canal is a rite of passage and something you'll remember for a lifetime. Add in compelling ports like Cartagena, Huatulco and Puerto Chiapas, and you're in for a unique adventure.

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Pacific Coastal

Mix the big city cool of Los Angeles, San Francisco and Vancouver with quaint towns like Astoria or Victoria, and you've got a fantastic cruise holiday on the Pacific Coast.

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There's no better way to experience the history, the landmarks and the culture of Europe than with the freedom and flexibility of our exclusive Freestyle Cruising. Unpack once and wake up to a new city every day all across Europe and around the Mediterranean.

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Looking for a cruise where you can truly kick back and take advantage of onboard amenities without getting caught up in the hustle and bustle of a different port of call every day? Consider a repositioning cruise.

Repositioning cruises are the name for one-way sailings that bring the ship to a new home port or a different part of the world to kick-start a new cruise season. Because these sailings often cross oceans, you'll likely experience ports in more than one cruise region — and have ample sea days to take advantage of the spa, dining and entertainment options on board.

All the major cruise lines offer the occasional repositioning cruises, typically on ships that usually sail in destinations with shorter seasons, such as Alaska or the Mediterranean . Here, we answer all your questions about repositioning cruises.

Note: Listed fares were accurate at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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What is a repositioning cruise?

Cruise ships chase warm and sunny climates, so they often move, or "reposition," from one part of the world to another when chilly weather sets in. Cruise lines don't want to sail a ghost ship, one carrying only crew and no passengers, across the ocean because it's wasting an opportunity to earn money. They have figured out that by discounting rates, they can fill the cabins on these oddball itineraries.

Repositioning cruises are never round-trip sailings. Your origin and destination cities — or, in cruise-speak , embarkation and disembarkation ports — will not be the same. You might sail out of Florida and arrive in Barcelona or Southampton, England, allowing you to explore two continents on one vacation. Or, you might simply sail from Boston to Florida or from San Diego to Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Repositioning cruises are known for having a greater-than-average number of days spent at sea, but it's not as if you never get off the ship. On a transatlantic sailing , port stops could be in Spain's Canary Islands or Portugal's Azores islands. A repositioning cruise from Southern California to Vancouver before the Alaska cruise season might sail up the Pacific Coast and visit cities like San Francisco and Astoria, Oregon.

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Another aspect that makes a repositioning cruise different from a typical sailing is that many of these itineraries are longer than a week. (This is by design. It takes longer to sail from Florida to Europe than it does to sail to and from the Caribbean .) Still, there is a lot of flexibility, just as with booking any cruise. The shortest you'll find is four or five days (for example, Southern California to Vancouver) and the longest is around 28 nights (yes, almost an entire month, usually between continents).

Are repositioning cruises one-way?

Yes, repositioning cruises are one-way voyages that start in one region and end in another. Because they happen when a cruise ship switches destinations based on seasonality, these sailings often involve travel to a different part of the world, which can result in many consecutive days at sea.

Where and what time of year do cruise ships reposition?

The good news is you can book a repositioning cruise nearly six months out of the year, spanning mid-spring and mid-fall months, which are the cruise lines' shoulder seasons.

Because repositioning cruises are not all tied to the same destination, this only widens your options in terms of geography. To envision where these will sail and when, you need to know a destination's cruise season.

Take Europe as an example. The majority of Mediterranean and Baltic sailings take place in the spring through the early fall. Europe-based ships flee the region during the winter, spending November through March in the warm Caribbean. Therefore, a ship will need to travel from the Caribbean to Europe in spring and return to the Caribbean by fall. Look for transatlantic repositioning cruises during those changeover months.

Related: From Alaska to the Panama Canal: Here are 9 of TPG's favorite fall cruise itineraries

Some ships stay in the Caribbean year-round and only reposition when the cruise line chooses to move them to a different home port. However, ships sailing short seasons in Alaska, South America, Canada/New England and Europe will always be repositioned at least twice a year.

Due to increased cruise itineraries in the Middle East and Asia over the last decade, you might also find a repositioning cruise departing or returning to either of those regions. For example, MSC Cruises offers cruises from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates to Genoa, Italy, in April prior to sailing European itineraries in the spring and summer. Just be prepared to be away from home for a long time. The aforementioned sailing lasts about three weeks — a long trek through the Suez Canal, connecting the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, by way of Egypt.

Note: Many cruise lines have canceled or altered their 2024 Middle East itineraries due to unrest in the region.

What happens on a repositioning cruise?

On many repositioning cruises, you will not get off the ship as often as you might on a typical sailing because there are no ports in the middle of the ocean you're crossing. These itineraries often feature a string of sea days, so be prepared to spend more time and money on board.

Some people love port-intensive cruises so they can quickly check off a list of countries and only unpack once. But if you prefer leisurely, lazy days, then a transoceanic repositioning cruise might be your ticket to utopia. This huge stretch of time is a great opportunity to crack open books you've been meaning to read, launch into a knitting project or finally have time for daily workouts.

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Programming — such as comedy nights, fitness classes, boutique shopping, art auctions, wine tastings and evening shows — are as much a part of a repositioning cruise as any other sailing, only you might be able to take in a whole lot more than you normally would. Some cruise lines organize themed sailings or invite guest lecturers on board for extra sea day activities.

You also might want to consider springing for a cruise line's all-inclusive beverage package on a repositioning cruise. You'll get better value than usual from the price because you'll be ordering most of your drinks on board due to fewer port stops.

Another worthwhile splurge is a balcony cabin . You'll have easy access to fresh air without the top-deck crowds and can enjoy the romance of gazing out at the seemingly endless ocean. Just be sure to pack a sweater or sweatshirt because shoulder seasons in these climates are not necessarily sunbathing weather.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a repositioning cruise?

When you book a repositioning cruise, you'll likely be on board for at least two weeks, allowing enough time for the ship to sail between where it's currently based and its new home port. Sometimes the voyage can be even longer, and it's likely you won't have more than five or six port stops during that time.

That means lots of days on board, many of them consecutive. It's an advantage for anyone who enjoys relaxing at sea and doesn't mind exploring the ship for days at a time without touching land; it's a disadvantage for anyone who sees cruises as merely transportation to explore new places.

An advantage of repositionings is the price, which is often cheaper than what you'd pay for a round-trip sailing of the same length or which has more port days built into the schedule. However, the cost of the potentially expensive one-way or open-jaw flights needed before and after a repositioning cruise could eat up most of the money you'd save by booking that type of voyage.

Do you need a passport for a repositioning cruise?

Yes. The only time you don't need a passport to cruise is if you're booked on a closed-loop sailing — a voyage that departs from and returns to the same port within the U.S. Since repositioning cruises don't leave from and return to the same port, the exception won't apply, and you'll need a passport in order to board the ship.

Are repositioning cruises cheaper than other cruises?

It depends on the sailings to which you're comparing them, but repositioning cruises are often relatively affordable. Even though repositioning sailings can often be two to three weeks in length, you might find that they're less expensive than a regular weeklong voyage that begins and ends in the same port of call. That's because repositioning cruises offer mostly sea days, during which you'll be enjoying the ship instead of lounging on the beach or exploring museums.

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More often than not, a repositioning cruise is a good deal because it costs much less per night than a typical sailing. This is because the one-way, sea day-heavy itineraries are less desirable to the majority of cruisers, and they take place during slower travel seasons.

Related: 6 ways to get a deal on a cruise

Travelers who live near the embarkation or debarkation ports can save even more by only having to buy a one-way plane ticket rather than a full round trip.

Repositioning cruises can be tricky to find on booking sites. They often are referred to as repositioning cruises or transatlantic or transpacific cruises. When ships reposition between ports in the U.S. and Canada, the one-off one-way itineraries might not be labeled anything special beyond Caribbean or Pacific Coast cruises.

Not all of the cruise line or online travel agency booking pages have an option to check a box and search for repositioning cruises. If you can't find what you're looking for, do an online search for the term and the cruise line you wish to sail. Even better, call a travel agent or the cruise line's booking staff directly, and they can help you find the repositioning cruise that's best for you.

What are the best 2024 repositioning cruises?

14-night transatlantic on carnival glory.

This two-week repositioning voyage on Carnival Cruise Line 's Carnival Glory departs Barcelona on April 18 and offers just four port calls. The sailing will visit Valencia, Malaga and Las Palmas in Spain, as well as Bermuda, before reaching Port Canaveral, near Orlando, which is the ship's seasonal home base in Florida.

Prices start from $649 per person for an inside cabin.

15-night transatlantic on Rotterdam

On Oct. 12, Holland America 's newest ship, Rotterdam , sets sail on a transatlantic repositioning from Rotterdam in the Netherlands to Florida's Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale. Those ports bookend calls on Bruges, Belgium; Le Havre and Brest, France; England's Isle of Portland; Bermuda; and Half Moon Cay, the line's private island in the Bahamas.

Prices begin at $2,074 per person for an inside cabin.

14-night transatlantic on Norwegian Escape

Norwegian Cruise Line 's Norwegian Escape will relocate from the Mediterranean to Miami on Nov. 26, offering a repositioning cruise that begins in Barcelona. It calls on Cartagena and Malaga, Spain; Madeira, Portugal; Antigua; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and NCL's private island , Great Stirrup Cay, in the Bahamas along the way.

Fares start at $829 per person for an inside cabin.

16-night Panama Canal transit on Seven Seas Grandeur

For a repositioning sailing that transits one of the world's most impressive modern engineering marvels and offers lots of port stops, check out Regent Seven Seas ' 16-night Panama Canal crossing on Seven Seas Grandeur . Departing from Miami on Dec. 13, passengers can check out Grand Cayman before enjoying calls on Cartagena, Colombia; Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Antigua; and Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico, before reaching Los Angeles.

Prices for this voyage on Seven Seas Grandeur, which is an all-inclusive, all-suite vessel, start at $10,499 per person.

What are the best 2025 repositioning cruises?

15-night transatlantic on wind spirit.

Windstar Cruises ' Wind Spirit, a masted sailing ship, is repositioning from Barbados to Lisbon, Portugal, on Feb. 22, 2025. However, you'll only want to book this voyage if you're interested in sailing vessels or you're not easily bored. The ship is small, and there are no port calls on the schedule.

Prices start from $2,399 per person for a room with a window.

23-night Panama Canal on Coral Princess

For a lengthy voyage that will allow you to sail from Fort Lauderdale through the Panama Canal to Mexico and then up the California coast before arriving in Canada, check out Princess Cruises ' Coral Princess. Beginning April 10, 2025, the ship is featuring a cruise that's longer than three weeks as it repositions to Vancouver for a season of Alaska sailings .

Fares begin at $1,593 per person for an inside cabin. If you're short on time, you can opt instead for a shorter voyage of 16 nights that also begins on April 10 and ends in Los Angeles before the ship moves on to Canada. Fares for the shorter cruise start from $1,048 per person for inside accommodations.

17-night French Polynesia and Hawaii on Celebrity Edge

Celebrity Cruises ' Celebrity Edge will relocate from its base in Sydney on April 14, 2025. Its ultimate destination is Vancouver, where it will be stationed for a series of Alaska voyages. On its way, it will take passengers on a 17-night trip to experience the beauty of French Polynesia before concluding the sailing in Honolulu. Port calls include Paihia and Auckland in New Zealand and Raiatea, Papeete and Moorea in French Polynesia.

Rates start at $1,574 per person for an inside cabin.

14-night transatlantic on Odyssey of the Seas

On April 27, 2025, Royal Caribbean 's Odyssey of the Seas is repositioning from Bayonne's Cape Liberty port in New Jersey to Rome. There are only five port stops — Ponta Delgada, Portugal; Malaga, Cartagena and Valencia, Spain; and La Spezia, the port for Cinque Terre in Italy — mixed in among the sea days. However, this Quantum Class vessel has plenty to keep cruisers busy on board. Amenities include surfing and skydiving simulators, bumper cars and a robotic arm that holds a glass-enclosed observation sphere for excellent ocean views.

Fares begin at $829 per person for an inside cabin.

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Repositioning

Rock-bottom prices, varied itineraries and a large number of relaxing days at sea are all unique characteristics of a Repositioning cruise. Usually offered in the fall and spring months, this interesting cruise option allows you to journey to uncommon and even exotic ports of call as a cruise ship relocates to a new region.

Whether you're a seasoned traveler looking to visit new ports of call or a cruise novice interested in an unbelievable deal, a Repositioning cruise will give you a unique opportunity to embark on an out-of-the-ordinary journey to see multiple destinations and sometimes different continents of the world. The most common itineraries feature sailings from Alaska to Hawaii or Transatlantic voyages from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean in the fall, or the reverse in the spring, although there is an endless combination of itineraries periodically offered throughout the year as ships move from region to region around the globe. Spend days relaxing onboard resort-style ships as you cruise to or from seasonal cruise regions like Bermuda, Alaska, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Panama Canal, Hawaii and Asia, stopping to explore ports of call along the way.

  • Repositioning cruises primarily operate during the spring and fall months when ships are relocating to and from major cruise regions, although these cruises are offered periodically throughout the year.
  • Repositioning cruises vary greatly in length. Most are longer than a week, lasting at least 10 nights.
  • Repositioning cruises leave from major departure ports all over the world, among them are Miami, London, Rome, Buenos Aires and Anchorage. You will have to arrange one-way air to the port of embarkation and from the port of disembarkation. If you must fly a very long distance to reach your port of departure, we suggest that you arrive at the port city at least one or two days in advance of your Repositioning cruise. This will give you time to rest and get oriented before boarding the ship. Most cruise lines offer pre-cruise hotel packages.

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Crossing the Atlantic: a guide to transatlantic and repositioning cruises.

Transatlantic and repositioning cruises are perfect for sailors looking to level up their voyage..

Maybe you’ve cruised before, but you’ve probably never cruised like this. Forget the typical 5- or 7-day cruise, and embrace your inner explorer on one of our epic transatlantic cruises . Didn’t think that was even an option? Well, think again. Sometimes our ships change their home ports – from the Caribbean to Europe, for example – which means they need to make a pretty long journey across the ocean. Since sailing an empty ship is no fun, we offer repositioning/relocation cruises to allow our Sailors to join us for the crossing. It might not require as much planning as a 6-month world cruise, but it still takes more planning than the typical week-long voyage – and in our opinion it’s totally worth it. Here’s everything you need to know about our transatlantic and reposition cruises.

What is a transatlantic cruise?

The most important thing to keep in mind about transatlantic cruises is that they’re one-way voyages, crossing the Atlantic from east to west, or west to east. That means your port of embarkation will be different from your port of disembarkation, making for a truly legendary adventure. 

How long are transatlantic cruises, and where do they go?

Our transatlantic cruises range from 14 to 16 nights, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the open ocean as well as some stellar ports along the way . We have several itineraries sailing from Miami to the Mediterranean , and from Rome to Miami.

What is the best month to take a transatlantic cruise?

Luckily, the transatlantic cruise season is coming up. Our Miami to Med voyage sets sail in April, while our Miami to Casablanca & Barcelona cruise departs in May. You can also head back across the Atlantic in November on our 16-night From Rome to Miami cruise.

What are the main differences between transatlantic and repositioning cruises?

While there’s usually a lot of overlap, repositioning and transatlantic cruises aren’t technically the same thing. Transatlantic cruises are just that – transatlantic cruises. Repositioning cruises are cruises that are changing home ports. Much of the time, a ship is repositioning across the Atlantic, from Europe to the Caribbean (or vice versa), but not all repositioning cruises are transatlantic. 

  • Travel Cost - Besides the ticket cost of a longer voyage , the biggest financial consideration for repositioning and transatlantic cruises is airfare. Unlike most cruises, you’re not simply flying round trip to the same destination, but rather booking one-way tickets to/from different ports. 
  • What to Pack - Since you’ll be sailing for a longer period of time, and a farther distance, chances are you’ll need to pack with more versatility. That means more clothes to last the length of a transatlantic cruise, and perhaps even clothes to suit a variety of climates.
  • Sailors on board - There might not be as many people onboard a repositioning or transatlantic cruise, compared to shorter sailings. But that’s not a bad thing! It means more room to relax, and a little more peace and quiet.
  • Days at Sea - While typical cruises might offer one or two sea days, transatlantic and repositioning cruises usually have several. That means plenty of time to kick back and enjoy the open ocean.
  • Embarkation Ports - The great thing about these cruises is that they’re different every time. They usually start and end in different locations than previous voyages, meaning each one is its own unique adventure.
  • Ports of Call/Itineraries - Since you’ll be traveling across the Atlantic, rather than simply staying within the Caribbean or Mediterranean you’ll have the chance to see ports of call that many Sailors don’t.
  • Shore Excursions - …and once you’re in those ports, you’ll have access to unique Shore Things as well. Check out everything you can do on shore.

What are the benefits of transatlantic & repositioning cruises?

Transatlantic and repositioning cruises are the perfect way to take your cruising experience to the next level. Whether it’s having more sea days, visiting more ports, or just having more time onboard to enjoy our many luxurious amenities, these voyages simply give you more .

  • More Time to Explore the Cruise Ship - On most cruises, Sailors only get to scratch the surface of actually exploring the ship before the cruise is over. On these cruises, you’ll have plenty of time to explore the entire cruise ship and get intimately acquainted with every nook and cranny. 
  • Visit more destinations and explore more - Transatlantic and repositioning cruises open up new ports that you otherwise might not have seen. Islands like the Azores and Madeira in the Atlantic Ocean aren’t typically visited by cruise ships, making these unique voyages a great opportunity to see them.
  • More time to make connections on board - More time onboard means more time to make friends. From shipwide bar crawls to communal seating in Gunbae, our Korean BBQ, and The Manor Nightclub, there are plenty of opportunities to meet other Sailors and Crew.
  • More time to enjoy our 20+ included dining options - With over 20 complimentary dining options onboard, it’s almost impossible to try them all – unless you’re on a repositioning or transatlantic cruise. Use your ample time onboard to visit all our eateries.
  • More time to Rejuvenate and Enjoy Your Voyage - Spending more time onboard gives you more time to enjoy all the services offered in our Redemption Spa. Whether it’s spending time in our hot and cold plunge pools, mud room, or booking a treatment, a long voyage is perfect for relaxing and rejuvenating.

What types of travelers usually take longer cruises?

Transatlantic and repositioning cruises aren’t for everyone. So, who usually does take these larger than life journeys? 

Adults Only

Travelers looking to make connections with like minded adults will find longer cruises the perfect way to do it. You’ll have plenty of time to get to know your fellow Sailors.

Explorers & Adventure Seekers

There’s no doubt about it. Transatlantic cruises are simply more adventurous than the usual 4- or 5-day cruise. You’ll be crossing an entire ocean, and like the great explorers, ending your journey in a different place than you started it. If your goal is to see as much of the world as possible, a transatlantic or repositioning cruise is for you.

Seasoned Travelers

Longer cruises like these might not be for first-time Sailors. If you’ve cruised before, and know your sea legs are prepared for a two-week voyage, these lengthier cruises are a great way to test your mettle. 

Couples wanting a Romantic Getaway

Shorter cruises aren’t always long enough to really settle into a romantic mood. Transatlantic and repositioning cruises give you the time you need to make yourself at home in our Redemption Spa, have multiple romantic dinners, and get really creative with the cabin’s mood lighting.

Solo Trail Blazers

But you obviously don’t have to be a couple to reap the rewards of a longer cruise. For solo travelers, it can be a great way to not only meet other Sailors (you’ll certainly have enough time onboard), but also to have some serious space for self-reflection. Besides, what’s more adventurous than sailing across the world for over two weeks by yourself?

Those Who Love to Relax

Shorter cruises can have a fast-paced feel to them, with some pressure to experience all the ship has to offer in a condensed period of time. While some may enjoy being busy every moment of the day, longer cruises are more conducive to relaxing, because you have so much time to get acquainted with the ship and space out your activities.

Families with Young Adults

If you’re traveling with a young adult, these cruises can be the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion like a birthday or graduation . With an onboard nightclub, 20+ eateries, a karaoke lounge, and award-winning shows and entertainment, there won’t be a moment of boredom.

It’s not really a honeymoon if it’s over before it feels like it even started, right? Transatlantic and repositioning cruises give you time to really soak in the matrimonial bliss and make epic memories as a couple right off the bat. 

The best transatlantic & repositioning cruises for 2024 & 2025

We’ve got several transatlantic and repositioning cruises coming up that are perfect for dipping your toes in the waters of longer voyages. And with our fair and flexible fares, you’re even rewarded for booking early. Here’s what we’re getting excited about.

  • April 2024 - Miami to Barcelona Transatlantic Cruise - This 14-night transatlantic sailing leaves from Miami and visits Madeira, Malaga, and Valencia, before finishing in Barcelona.
  • October 2024 - Greece to Barcelona Repositioning Cruise - This 7-night repositioning cruise sets sail from iconic Athens and stops in Mykonos, Sicily, Mallorca, and Valencia, before arriving in Barcelona.
  • October 2024 - Barcelona to Miami Transatlantic/Repositioning Cruise - A 14-night sailing from Barcelona, this epic voyage visits Casablanca and the Canary Islands before reaching its destination on the other side of the Atlantic.
  • November 2024 - Rome to Miami Transatlantic Cruise - This epic 16-night transatlantic sailing brings you from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean. Starting in Rome, you’ll sail to Barcelona, Malaga, Madeira, and Tenerife before arriving in Miami.
  • November 2024 - Miami to San Juan Repositioning Cruise - This 6-night repositioning voyage starts in Miami and ends in San Juan, visiting Grand Turk, the Dominican Republic, and St. Kitts and Nevis along the way.
  • April 2025 - San Juan to Barcelona Transatlantic/Repositioning Cruise  - A transatlantic journey from Puerto Rico to Spain, this 14-night cruise leaves from San Juan and visits Tenerife, Casablanca, Mallorca, and Valencia, before ending in Barcelona. 
  • April 2025 - Barcelona to Greece Repositioning Cruise - An 8-night voyage from Barcelona to Piraeus (Athens), this repositioning voyage brings you to Cannes, Civitavecchia (Rome), Malta, and Mykonos.
  • May 2025 - Miami to Barcelona Transatlantic/Repositioning Cruise  - This 15-night transatlantic sailing from Miami to Barcelona gives you some pretty beautiful ports to look forward to on the other side of the ocean. You’ll visit The Canary Islands (Gran Canaria and Tenerife), Casablanca, and Valencia, before disembarking in Barcelona.

How to plan and book the best transatlantic cruises & repositioning cruises

Transatlantic and repositioning cruises are among the most unique and memorable cruises you can take. If crossing the Atlantic or spending over a week at sea sounds like your dream vacation, it’s smart to plan ahead and take advantage of our fair and flexible rates and incredible cruise deals. Since there might be a few more logistical layers to these cruises than typical cruises, Sailor Services can assist with booking flights, accommodations, and cruise fares, to make the whole process easier.

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Vancouver, BC, Canada

Cruises from Vancouver depart from spring through fall. Located on the southwestern coast of British Columbia, Vancouver is Canada's third most populous city. The bustling metropolis is known for its cultural diversity, which is on display in areas like Chinatown, brimming with authentic eateries and apothecaries. Gastown, Vancouver's oldest neighborhood, exudes historic charm thanks to cobblestone streets and Victorian architecture harmoniously interspersed with trendy boutiques and galleries. Outdoor activities abound in the urban Stanley Park, home to gardens, beaches, trails, totem poles and the seawall amid a lush forested setting totaling about 1,000 acres. The city is a jumping-off point for whale-watching tours, which reward keen eyes with glimpses of orcas and humpback whales as well as pelicans, puffins and bald eagles. A short hop northward across the harbor into North Vancouver is Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, where seven bridges and a cliff walk delight thrill-seekers.

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Driving Directions and Parking Information Canada Place Ship Terminal 999 Canada Place Vancouver, BC, CANADA The Port of Vancouver is 25 minutes from Vancouver's International Airport (YVR). Parking is available at the Canada Place Ship Terminal for C$26.00 per day (for 3 days or more). Rates are subject to change by the Port Authority. Traveling North from I-5 - Take I-5 which will become Provincial Route 99 N. Take the Marine Drive West ramp. Stay straight to go onto SW Marine Drive. SW Marine Drive becomes Granville Street. Granville Street becomes Granville Street/ Granville Bridge. Take the HWY-99N/Seymour Street ramp towards BC ferries/Horseshoe Bay/Whistler. Stay straight to go onto Seymour Street. Turn left onto W Georgia Street. Turn right onto Burrard Street. Burrard Street becomes Burrard Place which becomes Waterfront Road W. The Ship Terminal should be visible from Waterfront Road.

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Disney Cruise Line Repositioning Cruise Itineraries

Disney Cruise Line Guests - Panama Canal and Transatlantic Repositioning Cruises

From the comfort of a Disney cruise , experience a relaxing voyage in and across the world’s two largest oceans. Aboard your classically designed Disney ship, take a journey that echoes the grandeur of ocean crossings in the golden age of sea travel. Navigate through the Panama Canal, take a sweeping journey across the majestic Atlantic or experience the breathtaking beauty of the Pacific Coast while visiting unique ports of call along the way. Add exclusive Disney entertainment, signature service, fantastic dining and world-class recreation and you’re bound to discover a vacation that holds incredible fun for the whole family.

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Embark on an enchanting journey with Disney Cruise Line as you sail through the magnificent Panama Canal, immersing yourself in the splendor of vibrant port cities. Create unforgettable moments with your loved ones as you indulge in this extraordinary experience.

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Disney Cruise Line voyages across the Atlantic offer a variety of experiences that appeal to travelers of all ages—with exciting itineraries to the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Scandinavia and British Isles. Whether you’re looking to relax on white-sand beaches, behold majestic natural wonders or make a splash across the Pond, your wish is our pleasure.

13-Night Eastbound Transatlantic from Fort Lauderdale ending in Barcelona

Cruise from the golden-sand shores of Fort Lauderdale to utopic ports in Portugal. Let Ponta Delgada be your gateway to the Azores and embrace the explorer spirit of the country’s capital in Lisbon—the home of Magellan and Vasco de Gama. Discover Spanish adventures in romantic Cádiz, sunny Cartagena and cosmopolitan Barcelona. And with 6 magical days at sea, you’ll have ample opportunity to explore world-class amenities, spectacular Broadway-style productions, entertaining themed dining, festive deck parties and Disney fun for the whole family!

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13-Night Westbound Transatlantic Cruise from Southampton ending in Fort Lauderdale

Embark on a spectacular transatlantic voyage on your way to captivating ports of call along Spain’s romantic coast. Spend 8 magical days at sea aboard the Disney Dream and experience world-class amenities, Broadway-quality entertainment and one-of-a-kind Disney fun for the whole family! Explore ashore in Vigo, Lisbon and Ponta Delgada—plus, spend a day at Lighthouse Point, our newest island retreat in The Bahamas.

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from Vancouver, British Columbia

The September 24, 2023 cruise on the Celebrity Eclipse departs from Vancouver, British Columbia. On this Pacific Northwest sailing, the ship will visit a total of 5 different cruise port destinations, including its departure port. The Celebrity Eclipse sets sail on a Sunday (September 24, 2023) and returns on a Sunday (October 1, 2023).

The Celebrity Eclipse was built in 2010 and is amoung Celebrity's 16 ships in it's fleet. The Celebrity Eclipse is included in the cruise line's Solstice Class. In the cruise ship stats below you'll find the Celebrity Eclipse vs all other Celebrity ships.

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This metropolis is Canada's fastest growing city. Visit Gastown, a restored turn-of-the-century district where Vancouver's first saloon still stands. See trumpeter swans at Lost Lake, contemplate the ducks at Beaver Lagoon, or watch exotic aquatic creatures at the Stanley Park Aquarium. Climb the Lookout for a 360-degree view of the city.

This metropolis is Canada's fastest growing city. Visit Gastown, a restored turn-of-the-century district where Vancouver's first saloon still stands. See trumpeter swans at Lost Lake, contemplate the...

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Founded as a fur-trading post by the Hudson Bay Company, Victoria is home to an interesting mix of cultures. There are English pubs, East Indian restaurants, and Japanese sushi bars. Chinatown features great buys at Market Square. Spend a pleasant afternoon among the flowers and waterways of world-famous Butchart Gardens.

Founded as a fur-trading post by the Hudson Bay Company, Victoria is home to an interesting mix of cultures. There are English pubs, East Indian restaurants, and Japanese sushi bars. Chinatown...

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Christened "The Emerald City", Seattle is known as one of the most livable cities in the world and actually receives less annual rainfall (36 inches) than New York and Atlanta. Surrounded by lakes, rivers, Puget Sound, and mountains, Seattle is a recreation enthusiasts' dream. In the summer, water sports are only 10 minutes away and winter sports, such as snow skiing, are only 45 minutes away.

Christened "The Emerald City", Seattle is known as one of the most livable cities in the world and actually receives less annual rainfall (36 inches) than New York and Atlanta. Surrounded by lakes...

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As the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, Astoria offers a rich history for exploration. It was first visited by Captain Robert Gray in 1792, and by the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery in 1805. Within a 20 mile radius, one can see dozens of exciting attractions including Fort Clatsop National Memorial, Fort Stevens State Park, Fort Astoria, and the Columbia River Maritime Museum.

As the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, Astoria offers a rich history for exploration. It was first visited by Captain Robert Gray in 1792, and by the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery...

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With breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and a spectacular bay, San Francisco is one of the U.S.'s most beautiful cities. Visitors have a wide range of things to see, including the Golden Gate...

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Seattle Cruise Guide

Repositioning Cruises from Seattle

There are repositioning cruises from Seattle in the fall each year. These cruises are one-way trips to other homeports, usually to warmer climates for the winter. See the full schedule below.

Repositioning cruises are often good bargains. The one-way trips aren't as popular as round-trips, so the prices are lower to attract passengers. They are a very good way to see far-flung places in the world.

7-night repositioning cruise on Celebrity . One-way from Seattle to Vancouver (Canada). Visit Ketchikan (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska) and Skagway (Alaska). • 2024 departure: September 13.

22-night repositioning cruise on Carnival . One-way from Seattle to Sydney (Australia). Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Moorea, Tahiti and Fiji. • 2024 departure: September 19.

4-night repositioning cruise on Princess . One-way from Seattle to Vancouver (Canada). Visit Ketchikan (Alaska). • 2024 departure: September 22.

7-night repositioning cruise on Royal Caribbean . One-way from Seattle to Vancouver (Canada). Visit Juneau (Alaska), Skagway (Alaska), Sitka (Alaska) and Victoria (Canada). • 2024 departure: September 27.

14-night repositioning cruise on Royal Caribbean . One-way from Seattle to Tokyo (Japan). Visit Sapporo (Japan), Hakodate (Japan), Akita (Japan) and Shimizu (Japan). • 2024 departure: September 30.

21-night repositioning cruise on Holland America . One-way from Seattle to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Santa Barbara (California), San Diego (California), Puerto Vallarta (Mexico), Huatulco (Mexico), Puerto Chiapas (Mexico), Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal and Oranjestad (Aruba). • 2024 departure: October 5.

16-night repositioning cruise on Norwegian . One-way from Seattle to Tokyo (Japan). Visit Ketchikan (Alaska), Icy Strait Point (Alaska), Seward (Alaska), Hakodate (Japan) and Sendai (Japan). • 2024 departure: October 7.

16-night repositioning cruise on Carnival . One-way from Seattle to New Orleans (Louisiana). Visit Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal and Cartagena (Colombia). • 2024 departure: October 9.

21-night repositioning cruise on Norwegian . One-way from Seattle to Miami (Florida). Visit San Francisco (California), Los Angeles (California), Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Mazatlan (Mexico), Puerto Vallarta (Mexico), Acapulco (Mexico), Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala), Panama City (Panama), Cartagena (Colombia) and Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands). • 2024 departure: October 13.

23-night repositioning cruise on Holland America . One-way from Seattle to Sydney (Australia). Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Kona (Hawaii), Apia (Samoa), Suva (Fiji), Lautoka (Fiji), Lifou and Noumea. • 2024 departure: October 24.

7-night repositioning cruise on Celebrity . One-way from Seattle to Vancouver (Canada). Visit Ketchikan (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska) and Skagway (Alaska). • 2025 departure: September 12.

22-night repositioning cruise on Carnival . One-way from Seattle to Sydney (Australia). Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Tahiti, Moorea and Noumea. • 2025 departure: September 18.

13-night repositioning cruise on Holland America . One-way from Seattle to Yokohama (Japan). Visit Juneau (Alaska), Kushiro (Japan) and Aomori (Japan). • 2025 departure: September 28.

15-night repositioning cruise on Princess . One-way from Seattle to Tokyo (Japan). Visit Ketchikan (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska), Hubbard Glacier and Anchorage (Alaska). • 2025 departure: September 28.

16-night repositioning cruise on Carnival . One-way from Seattle to New Orleans (Louisiana). Visit Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal and Cartagena (Colombia). • 2025 departure: October 11.

27-night repositioning cruise on Holland America . One-way from Seattle to Sydney (Australia). Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Maui (Hawaii), Kauai (Hawaii), Pago Pago (American Samoa), Savusavu (Fiji), Dravuni Island (Fiji), Lautoka (Fiji), Suva (Fiji) and Mystery Island (Vanuatu). • 2025 departure: October 12.

Los Angeles Cruise Guide

Repositioning Cruises from Los Angeles

Several cruise lines offer repositioning cruises from LA. The destinations of these one-way cruise are Florida, New York, Canada, Japan, Australia, Peru and Chile.

A repositioning cruise is one that shifts a ship from one departure port to another. Out of Los Angeles, the cruises often go through the Panama Canal to the East Coast. Repositioning cruises are usually good bargains because one-way cruises are not as popular as round-trips.

January 12, 2024: 15-night cruise to Florida on Norwegian . One-way from Los Angeles to Miami (Florida). Visit Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Puerto Vallarta (Mexico), Acapulco (Mexico), Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala), Panama City (Panama), the Panama Canal and Cartagena (Colombia).

March 31, 2024: 5-night cruise to Canada on Norwegian . One-way from Los Angeles to Vancouver (Canada). Visit San Francisco (California) and Victoria (Canada).

April 22, 2024: 4-night cruise to Canada on Royal Caribbean . One-way from Los Angeles to Vancouver (Canada). Visit Monterey (California) and Victoria (Canada).

May 1, 2024: 12-day cruise to Canada on Oceania . One-way from Los Angeles to Vancouver (Canada). Visit San Francisco (California), Astoria (Oregon), Sitka (Alaska), Icy Strait Point (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska) and Ketchikan (Alaska).

May 4, 2024: 6-night cruise to Canada on Celebrity . One-way from Los Angeles to Vancouver (Canada). Visit Santa Barbara (California), San Francisco (California), Astoria (Oregon) and Victoria (Canada).

May 9, 2024: 15-day cruise to Florida on Princess . One-way from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Puerto Vallarta (Mexico), Huatulco (Mexico), San Juan del Sur (Nicargua), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), Fuerte Amador (Panama), the Panama Canal and Cartagena (Colombia).

August 22, 2024: 18-night cruise to Japan on Carnival . One-way from Long Beach to Tokyo (Japan). Visit Ketchikan (Alaska), Sitka (Alaska), Icy Strait Point (Alaska), Kushiro (Japan) and Aomori (Japan).

September 19, 2024: 15-night cruise to Florida on Celebrity . One-way from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Puerto Vallarta (Mexico), Huatulco (Mexico), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal, Cartagena (Colombia) and Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands).

September 28, 2024: 14-night cruise to Louisiana on Royal Caribbean . One-way from Los Angeles to New Orleans (Louisiana). Visit Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Huatulco (Mexico), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal and Cartagena (Colombia).

October 5, 2024: 16-night cruise to Florida on Royal Caribbean . One-way from Los Angeles to Tampa (Florida). Visit Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Mazatlan (Mexico), Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal, Colon (Panama), Cartagena (Colombia) and Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands).

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Sail from one incredible destination to another on one of our luxury repositioning cruises. Explore Europe’s dynamic cities. Lounge on Fort Lauderdale’s stunning beaches. Spend relaxed days on board one of our luxury cruise ships in the award-winning spa, dipping in the sparkling pool, and tasting world-class culinary creations inspired by global destinations. With plenty of days at sea and stops in some of the most coveted ports in the world, these repositioning cruises promise adventure both on and off the ship.

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In the late fall, our repositioning cruises sail from Europe, where you’ll depart from fascinating cities like Lisbon, Southampton, and Rome, to North America. Stop in stunning destinations such as Nice, Provence, the Azores, and the Canary Islands, and luxuriate in consecutive days at sea before arriving at your debarkation port in Florida or the Northeast. Or cruise between Europe and South America on a cruise from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro and explore ports in the Canary Islands and Brazil. 

In the early spring, our transatlantic cruises depart from the United States and head back across the Atlantic, stopping in beautiful European destinations along the way, such as the islands of Palma de Mallorca and Corsica, before arriving in Rome, Southampton, and Lisbon.

Whether you choose to board a relocation cruise in the spring or fall, you’ll find a wealth of options to choose from. Depending on your itinerary, you’ll explore the sun-soaked Mediterranean, visit popular ports across Western Europe, or stop in Iceland and Greenland along the way. 

Sail across the Bering Sea and the Pacific Ocean on a transpacific cruise that travels from Asia to North America—and vice versa. Depart from the exciting city of Tokyo and stop in destinations in Russia and Japan along the way. A highlight of a transpacific cruise is traversing the International Dateline.

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Sail on a Princess Cruises voyage from Canada Place in Vancouver to Los Angeles with a flight home with Flair Airlines or WestJet in September 2024.

Locals can sail from Vancouver to Los Angeles for just over $100 per day on a five-star cruise ship in the fall. 

Sailings down the Pacific Coast offer some of the lowest prices for locals looking to try a cruise without breaking the bank. These repositioning cruises tend to price significantly lower than other sailings from the city, including the popular Alaskan voyages departing from Canada Place terminal over the summer. 

Princess Cruises has a four-night sailing that departs from Vancouver on Sept. 25 and spends a few nights at sea before sailing into sunny Los Angeles on Sept. 29.

Guests will sail on the Grand Princess, which carries 2,600 passengers and offers four swimming pools, eight hot tubs, a live theatre, mini-golf, renowned spa treatments, movies under the stars, a jogging track, and much more. 

Princess Cruises voyage from Vancouver to Los Angeles

Princess Cruises' current promotion includes complimentary dining and entertainment and its MedallionClass experience for the first and second passengers in a stateroom. Guests wear a medallion to enjoy expedited boarding, WiFi at sea, easy navigation around the ship, and other services. 

An interior stateroom for two people costs $854.30 or $427.15 per person (see slide two). This price works out to $106.79 per diem for the four-night cruise. Third and fourth guests sail free on this cruise (an interior cabin holds up to four). 

Not only does that cost include your transportation on a beautiful five-star vessel, but it also includes meals, entertainment, snacks, and lodging. The only thing it doesn’t factor in is alcohol, but you may opt to purchase a drink package that can reduce the cost of your spending.

Travellers have several low-cost options for flights back to Vancouver from L.A. but they should choose a flight that departs several hours after they disembark the ship.

Flair Airlines offers the cheapest flight following the cruise, with a 10:45 a.m. departure from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) for $98. However, this doesn't provide much time to make it to the airport after disembarkation (see slide five). 

WestJet has a direct flight departing at 9 p.m. that costs only slightly more at $106. Alternatively, travellers may wish to bundle their cruise with a few nights in the City of Angels.

Accommodation costs vary dramatically across L.A., with prices ranging from $70 for hostels up to several thousand for lavish hotels. 

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Repositioning Cruises Seattle WA

We have the list of all Alaska repositioning cruises to and from Seattle WA 2024-2025 Spring and Fall ship relocation specials. We show you here all departures and arrivals of passenger ships offering Seattle repositioning cruise deals on “one-way itinerary” voyages with changing the ship’s seasonal destination of operation.

Seattle relocation cruises include deals on ships that arrive to or leave from Seattle WA. The list of itinerary and destination changes associated with these deals includes:

  • Panama Canal transition cruises  on ships departing from Alaska to Florida ports, New Orleans, or to texas (Houston or Galveston) are operated in Fall. The reverse routes are operated in early Spring.
  • Ships with deals on repositioning cruises from Seattle to Vancouver and the reverse cruise Vancouver to Seattle , operated respectively in Fall and Spring each year.
  • Transpacific crossings – ASIA and AUSTRALIA (with Hawaii) repositioning cruises from Seattle to Sydney or ports in Japan (Yokohama or Kobe).

Repositioning Cruises to/from Seattle WA

As you will see from the lists below, the short “Alaska ships relocation” deals offer to visit the busiest Alaskan ports of call – Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, and the regions of Glacier Bay and Tracy Arm. In British Columbia (Canada) you will stop in its capital city Victoria (on Vancouver Island, about 60 ml / 100 km south of Vancouver BC).

All these deals are on one-way itineraries. The Seattle cruise repositioning presents the perfect chance for budget-minded vacationers to find low-season-cheap bargains. In the group of these deals are the discounted cheap Alaska fly-cruise packages with discounted air on both flights. These deals are usually sold by travel agencies, and rarely by the ship’s operator or the cruise company.

Seattle relocation cruises

Since Seattle relocation cruise deals usually offer some hotel stay in the city of Seattle, we offer you here two outbound information links. The first link is to Wikipedia’s article about Seattle , the second one is to the official website Seattle.gov . Follow some of the city’s most popular statistics:

  • A major coastal port city in the state of Washington, USA.
  • Population – 634,535 (~4 million in the whole metropolitan area). This is the largest US city in the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region and the 15th largest metropolitan area in the United States.
  • The busy Seattle port as a cruise ship schedule is just the tip of the iceberg. This is the 8th largest seaport in the US in terms of cargo ship traffic and container handling.
  • Seattle architecture marvels and the most famous landmarks. “Space Needle” observation tower (built 1962) is the city’s symbol. This building attracts ~2,3 mill visitors a year, with ~20,000 people using its lifts each day. The tower’s height is 605 ft (184 m), width 138 ft / 42 m, and weights 9550 t. Its observation deck is located at 520 ft / 160 m and features the rotating restaurant named “SkyCity”. The Space Needle’s elevators are moving at hat travel at 10 mph (4.5 mps), and it will take you ~40 sec to reach its top.
  • The city’s tallest buildings are: “Smith Tower” (built 2014), “Columbia Center” (built 1985, 284 m / 932 ft), “Washington Mutual Tower” (built 1988, 235 m / 772 ft). Other famous places to visit are “Pike Place Market”, “Fremont Troll”, “EPM Museum” (founded by Microsoft), “Central Library”, “The Seattle Great Wheel” (Pier 57, Elliott Bay, height 175 ft / 53 m).

Repositioning Cruises Seattle 2024-2025 ships relocation schedule

In the table below we list all Alaska cruise ships departing from Seattle WA during the summer of 2024, and 2025. You can compare departure dates and itineraries. For more reposition cruise offers and cruise prices comparison – follow our line-links at page right. We will add more itineraries as soon as the Alaskan cruise lines leaving out of Seattle announce their dates officially.

Repositioning cruises from Seattle are a very small set of one-way itinerary deals per year. The reason is the small number of Alaskan cruise ships departing from Seattle WA as compared to those leaving out of Vancouver, Canada.

Now, that you know the Seattle relocation cruise ships and their departure/arrival dates, all you gotta do is book the “right one”. We wish you the best of luck with the prices and cabin availability! This is one of the US most prominent cities – and a top choice port for Alaska cruising vacations. Don’t miss the one-time-a-year-only chance to embark on a cheap ship relocation vacation!

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There’s no need to revisit why the path over the last 10 years didn’t unfold as was hoped.

But there’s also just no ignoring that what the Canucks did achieve in 2023-24 wasn’t a mirage.

General manager Patrik Allvin hit a lot of marks in reinforcing the handful of potential stars he inherited from Jim Benning. He also hit a huge mark in hiring Rick Tocchet, who won the Jack Adams Award on Wednesday as the NHL’s coach of the year.

But he made it clear this week, after his Canucks were knocked out of the Stanley Cup playoffs, he knows his team has to be deeper, better and stronger.

Sure, they exceeded the baseline that president Jim Rutherford nodded at before the season when he said if everything went right, they would make the playoffs.

If you had told anyone around the Canucks they would lost in Game 7 of the second round to the Edmonton Oilers, one of the pre-season Stanley Cup favourites, they’d have said that was a good result.

The Canucks have come a long way. But Allvin viewed elimination this week not as a good story, rather a challenge.

So how can the Canucks progress from the good seen this past season to the great that Allvin knows his team needs to be to have a chance of winning a Stanley Cup?

Here are six things on Allvin and coach Rick Tocchet’s radar:

Improve the power play

Basic question: What were they trying to do?

When you think of the classic Washington Capitals power play, which in reality hasn’t worked for years but when it did it was the definition of wow, you think of Alex Ovechkin hammering away from the left side.

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Or think of the Edmonton Oilers, who look to do a few things, but you always know the Leon Draisaitl lowdown one-timer is ready to go.

With the Canucks, it was never really clear what move they could truly lean on.

And that’s something they need to sort out.

Do they need to split their personnel more? Have Hughes work with both units?

These are questions to ask and it’s hard not to argue, along with it, that they need a specialist power play coach.

For all the coaches involved this season — and let’s be clear, having more coaches is the future — the fact the power play was more of a committee project will need revisiting. Is there a super-specialist out there who could help?

“There’s some frustrations, it should have been better,” admitted Quinn Hughes.

The captain said it himself: he and his teammates will certainly spend this summer pondering what they want to be on the power play.

“We should be an elite group and we did really well against Edmonton in the regular season on the power play, and that didn’t really transfer over to the playoffs,” he said.

They’ve looked like a killer unit at times.

But in the playoffs the Oilers as well as the Nashville Predators sorted out how to stop them pretty quickly.

“Our habits weren’t good,” J.T. Miller said. “Their habits were better than ours, especially in the Edmonton series. I think they outworked us. It had nothing to do with puck luck or anything. They didn’t let us enter cleanly ever, and we were wasting a lot of time.”

“It’s not about the goal all the time, it’s about just creating momentum for the team. I feel like sometimes we sucked the energy out of the building,” he added. “That’s on me. I take a lot of pride in the power play. We can be better.”

Be more dynamic on offence

It wasn’t just the power play either. The overall offensive scheme suffered down the stretch.

The first half of the season saw the Canucks finishing at an outrageous clip. Some of that was because they were very adept at creating truly grade-A chances.

But as the season wore on, those chances started to dry up and the Canucks struggled to find other alternatives in how they could create offence.

Tocchet admitted he is going to have to take a long hard look at how he had the team playing this year with the puck.

“I’ve got to do a deep dive. There is some simple things — hitting the net, working on your shot, some angles,” he began.

“But there could be some systems stuff. We have some really good hockey minds in that dressing room, coaching staff. I know a lot of people here like shot volume, which I don’t mind. I’m not quite sure just the puck at the net with nobody in front (makes sense). We’ve got to get some guys to get to the net. We need more net-front phone presence. Things like that.”

Whatever answer he finds, he vowed to have it ready for his players come training camp next September.

“I’ve got to look at myself. As a coach you’ve got to give your players something to look at,” he said. “Last training camp we were heavy system. … I think next training camp it’ll be a lot more creativity.”

And getting better on the rush. He admitted that dialing in on the defensive game in the second half this season, which took them a long way in the playoffs, had some consequences for their overall game.

“You’ve got to rob Peter to pay Paul sometimes, right? But saying that, we do have to get better on the rush. And more execution. I think at the start of the year, first half of the year I think we got some good luck, you know. (Our) three-on-two conversion rate was high. Second half, it wasn’t.”

Find a top-six winger

If there’s two things that were patently clear during the playoffs, one was obviously the power play.

But the other was pretty obvious too — the Canucks lack a proper play-driving winger beyond Brock Boeser and Conor Garland.

Elias Pettersson was just on an island too often, and given he was struggling with a knee injury, it was especially glaring.

This is why the Canucks were interested in Jake Guentzel and Tyler Toffoli at the trade deadline.

Once Boeser was knocked out of the lineup, that lack of top-end winger depth was especially apparent.

Allvin made it clear Thursday he wants to find a new top-six winger.

The fact that Ilya Mikheyev played on the top line so much this season was a statement in itself, Allvin acknowledged.

“It wasn’t his fault he was a top-six winger, it was my fault,” Allvin made clear. Mikheyev was miscast. He was supposed to be playing on the third line.

And that’s why Allvin is going to see what he can do over the coming weeks.

Free agency starts July 1, but you know he will be working the phones to see if a player can be acquired via trade as well.

Re-shuffle the defence corps

There is no real way for the Canucks’ group of blueliners to look the same next fall.

Filip Hronek will easily win a raise, one way or another. And that’s before we get into whether the Canucks even want him back.

Nikita Zadorov was exactly as advertised, maybe even better.

Either way, he’s due a big raise too.

Tyler Myers surely wants to come back, and while he will like re-sign at a discount from this season, the difference will be immediately eaten up by the Oliver Ekman-Larsson buyout penalty.

As Allvin has noted more than once, the salary cap makes it difficult.

But he said he has told all his pending free agents he would like to bring them back … for the right price.

And that’s the thing — there’s just not enough cap space to roll everyone back.

And if Allvin wants to find a new top-six winger, he’s going to have to make choices elsewhere on his roster.

Tocchet’s, and management’s, preference for big defencemen makes you wonder about Hronek’s future.

Despite his denial at Thursday’s news conference, it is well understood that Hronek’s collapse in production over the second half and into the playoffs was because of an elbow injury.

To his credit, he battled through. But his puck-handling prowess suffered, and given that’s his main strength, it reduced his overall utility.

He still played huge minutes as Quinn Hughes’ partner, but if he’s really chasing a big payday — and even if he doesn’t secure something long term, he will win big in arbitration because of his point totals and minutes-played, plus his great underlying stats — the Canucks will be forced to look for a more affordable option.

Zadorov was very open on Thursday about how much he likes Vancouver and would like to stay.

And you know the coaching staff is a fan of his.

Figure out the third-centre question

With his team sitting at the top of the league, facing the reality that they were in fact better than even management had hoped for, Allvin and his staff concluded that their top priority before the trade deadline was to find another centre.

Elias Lindholm was the target and Allvin made it happen, flipping Andrei Kuzmenko, a pair of future draft picks — including their first-rounder this year — and a couple of prospects.

Lindholm proved to be a playoff beast.

But he is a player who seems likely to see what he can get on the open market.

On Thursday, he was super cautious in answering questions about his interest in re-signing in Vancouver.

And if he can’t be retained, can Allvin find a new two-way alternative to play behind Miller and Pettersson?

Be just as healthy

Allvin noted how taxing the playoff experience was for the team’s best players.

It was about preparation, he said.

The team was pretty healthy through the season, but they did seem to hit a physical wall in the playoffs.

Does that mean they need to lean harder on load management, so that they’re a little fresher come crunch time?

Tocchet threw huge credit to his sports science team, led by Alex Trinca, in helping manage the team’s health over the long season. The Canucks were as healthy as they have been in years.

But surely there are lessons there too.

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Disney Wish Little Mermaid Stateroom 11006 & 11004 Tour – Category 3B – Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom

During our Halloween on the High Seas DCL Blog Group Cruise  aboard the Disney Wish, we stayed in stateroom 11006, a Category 3B Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom, and our friends were in the connecting stateroom of the same category 11004.

Disney Wish Little Mermaid 3B Concierge Staterooms 11004 11006 Location

These two staterooms are located on deck 11 forward on the port side overlooking the bow, but the corner stateroom 11006 features a very unique layout effectively making this room, a 1 bedroom suite! You can read a little bit about each stateroom below with a full walkthrough video of each room below.

Disney Wish Little Mermaid 3B Concierge Stateroom 11006

Stateroom 11004

Stateroom 11004 is a typical rectangular floorpan, and is an extremely spacious oceanview stateroom with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the bow. In addition to the bed, there is a convertible couch and pull down bunk. Two chairs bookend a smaller table creating a lovely seating area to enjoy the view.

Stateroom 11006

Stateroom 11006 is unique featuring a very large room with a separate bedroom you can enter from one of two doors. The door near the windows entered into a small private vanity area. The stateroom includes a split bath, convertible couch, pull down bunk, muphy bed, and 2 TVs with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the bow. There is a fun feature, push a button and the blinds will open or close! Plus, this stateroom was overflowing with storage options providing more than enough space when cruising in this room at max capacity.

Wish Castaway Cay Stateroom 11006 Arrival View

The room was so large, we ended up using the living area as a venue to host music trivia and pumpkin decorating as part of our group cruise activities.

Overall, stateroom 11006 is amazing, and would be ideal for longer voyages where you can sit back and enjoy the view pretending to be in the bridge.

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We were on the Wish for a 2nd time this past April. What is located on the bow of the ship? Can see people moving down there. Thanks

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I’m pretty sure that is the Rainforest Room outdoor area. If you have bought Rainforest Room access, you also get access to that outdoor area.

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We have stayed in this stateroom before! We loved it so much! We were in this room for a cruise when hurricane Ian hit Florida so we got a bonus of 2 extra nights in this room. The only 6 night cruise on The Wish ever!

We were on the same cruise. It was fantastic. Everyone assumes you’re stuck in rainy weather, they took us out to the Atlantic and it was perfect, and we got to castaway key after a rainy Nassau .

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