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New to these cruises; wife assigned me to find us a winner with baby.

 

She wants NY to be our port of departure or destination tied to 9-21 days through Europe in Sept, Oct or Nov.

 

NCL was offering an incredible deal a few months ago. They said the deal was going to expire and we called their bluff but the joke was on us as it expired and we haven't seen anything like that since.

 

Seems these search engines only allow you to select your port of departure (?), and that's mostly why I'm coming to this board -- to seek your advice on selecting Transatlantic cruises through Europe to NYC.

 

Google search isn't helping much, so I figured you fine folks might be able to offer a trick or two?

 

So far, our top two leading candidates are these, but they expire tomorrow.

 

NCL: 14 Days. 8 ports. NYC to Barcelona. $799 per person. Oct 21 thru Nov 4.

https://www.ncl.com/cruises/SKY14NYCHALSJFPDLMOTIBZPMIBCN/schedule?itineraryCode=SKY14NYCHALSJFPDLMOTIBZPMIBCN&cid=DI_DIG_NA_MFEXP_CRC_NA_DID_WHYNCL_NA_NA_NAM&dclid=CjgKEAjwupGyBhCHr8v-wbTR7QMSJABKMt-mmWtJqQTNaIOzPeIyhoMP61KCzxyNpNjpKAjqXD9sPvD_BwE 

 

NCL: 16 Days. 11 ports. Rome to NYC. $1,469 per person. Nov 7 thru 23.

https://www.ncl.com/cruises/16-day-transatlantic-from-rome-to-new-york-italy-france-and-spain-PRIMA16CIVLIVCEQBCNPMIALCAGPCADLISPDLNYC?embarkationport=4294949318,4294949341,4294949336,4294949323,4294949345,4294949346&sailMonths=4294949362,4294949361&numberOfGuests=4294949461&sortBy=price&autoPopulate=f&from=resultpage&itineraryCode=PRIMA16CIVLIVCEQBCNPMIALCAGPCADLISPDLNYC

 

Many thanks in advance for your time and consideration.

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10 minutes ago, Haiboi said:

New to these cruises; wife assigned me to find us a winner with baby.

 

She wants NY to be our port of departure or destination tied to 9-21 days through Europe in Sept, Oct or Nov.

 

NCL was offering an incredible deal a few months ago. They said the deal was going to expire and we called their bluff but the joke was on us as it expired and we haven't seen anything like that since.

 

Seems these search engines only allow you to select your port of departure (?), and that's mostly why I'm coming to this board -- to seek your advice on selecting Transatlantic cruises through Europe to NYC.

 

Google search isn't helping much, so I figured you fine folks might be able to offer a trick or two?

 

So far, our top two leading candidates are these, but they expire tomorrow.

 

NCL: 14 Days. 8 ports. NYC to Barcelona. $799 per person. Oct 21 thru Nov 4.

https://www.ncl.com/cruises/SKY14NYCHALSJFPDLMOTIBZPMIBCN/schedule?itineraryCode=SKY14NYCHALSJFPDLMOTIBZPMIBCN&cid=DI_DIG_NA_MFEXP_CRC_NA_DID_WHYNCL_NA_NA_NAM&dclid=CjgKEAjwupGyBhCHr8v-wbTR7QMSJABKMt-mmWtJqQTNaIOzPeIyhoMP61KCzxyNpNjpKAjqXD9sPvD_BwE 

 

NCL: 16 Days. 11 ports. Rome to NYC. $1,469 per person. Nov 7 thru 23.

https://www.ncl.com/cruises/16-day-transatlantic-from-rome-to-new-york-italy-france-and-spain-PRIMA16CIVLIVCEQBCNPMIALCAGPCADLISPDLNYC?embarkationport=4294949318,4294949341,4294949336,4294949323,4294949345,4294949346&sailMonths=4294949362,4294949361&numberOfGuests=4294949461&sortBy=price&autoPopulate=f&from=resultpage&itineraryCode=PRIMA16CIVLIVCEQBCNPMIALCAGPCADLISPDLNYC

 

Many thanks in advance for your time and consideration.

 

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Thank you, Kat.

 

To be clear, we are seeking a transatlantic cruise either to OR from NYC.

 

Having a hard time finding sites that allow you to search NYC as the end point. Again, I'm new to this.

 

Thank you!

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There is a website that I have posted many times, not a travel agency, but occasionally the mods remove it.  Try cruisetransatlantic dot com.  I’m sure it’s not complete as it doesn’t include cruises to and from South America…. You might start or end your journey with a crossing on the Queen Mary 2.  EM

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Cunard's Queen Mary 2 is the current transatlantic specialist - scheduled for many crossings not just seasonal repositioning sailings

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Our upcoming sailing is a round trip from New York to Southampton, Hamburg, Southampton again, LeHavre and back to NY

 

If you are just interested in the October westbound crossing to NY, you could board in Hamburg on 15 October, Southampton on 17 October or LeHavre on 18 October - disembarkation is 25 October at the Brooklyn Cruise terminal.

You may want to check on Cunard's web site for the dates of westbound transatlantic crossings in September, November & December.

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,I will not do the OP's homework, but they might want to look at Cunard, Princess, NCL, and RCI, all of whom have cruises that begin in Europe and allow disembarkation in NYC (for this coming fall).

 

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