Interesting article published yesterday in the Travel supplement of The Wall Street Journal. Why fly can go by boat? … It is true, though flying is the fastest means of transport to cross the Atlantic Ocean, not far from the most comfortable option.
Years and the boom of airlines flying was an experience. In fact, travel on transatlantic ships passed into the background, the ability to travel quickly from side to side of the Atlantic was very striking. Today things have changed air travel are totally stressful for days before embarking: the multiple access control, limiting the weight of the suitcases, the bad food served on board, inattentive service, the air conditioning that either exceeds or sometimes not work, just the inconvenience of moving to a small chair in addition to the continuing delays, delays, etc., make the trip ends up being pretty devious.
So many passengers, who mostly do not travel across the Atlantic on business issues, but for pleasure resort, lately are choosing the option of cruise liners. Many vessels especially at the end of high season in Europe, made the Atlantic crossing in their traditional positioning cruises. These cruises, which are just beginning the season in other areas, are fairly inexpensive without losing any of the service provided normally on board.
Now if you want to embark on a shipping company that has as a cruise liner ocean liner, Cunard chooses. The famous British cruise company through its flagship vessel, the Queen Mary 2 regularly performed traditional crossing between the ports of Southampton and New York. Finally, the route to the early twentieth century performing major cruise companies like White Star Line and the famous Titanic, which unfortunately could not finish.
The trip is longer, yes, but as is enjoyed. For 7 nights, which is what it takes to cross the Atlantic on the Queen Mary 2, passengers have the possibility to enjoy the journey, not to worry about packing, taking a swim in the pool if the cover while browsing by the Atlantic, to savor the exquisite cuisine served on board, of having a fully attentive service will solve any doubt or problem that arises, in short, to cross the Atlantic without having any worries and stress aside the plane . Given that these cruises are now quite cheap, is not it better this choice but to board a plane?