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  1. Yes you can do that. The Cunard cruise lines has rugaler weekly service between New York City and the UK. The trip is 6 or 7 days each way. If you want to go visit the UK, or visit Europe via cruise ship then Cunard is your best option as there are cruises leaving every week from both the US and Southampton, England. From Southampton you can take trains to visit other European cities without having to fly at all.This Cunard web site will let you look at the schedule of voyages: In addition to Cunard, some other cruise lines also have what they call repositioning cruises that cross the Atlantic to and from England and/or Spain. Royal Caribbean Cruise line actually has a cruise that leaves from Galveston Texas and goes to Spain (from there you can get a train to England). Here’s that cruise: = btn_findcruises.x=34 btn_findcruises.y=8 The cruise from Galveston to Spain is 14 days. The cruise date is May 2011 and right now you can get a great price on it. If you are not an experienced traveler you can get a travel agent to book the trip, and a return cruise, at no additional cost. Travel agents do not charge fees for their services as they are paid in commission by the cruise lines.If you had the time and money you could conceivably cruise from Galveston to Spain, take a train to London, and then take another cruise (6-7 days) back to the US to NY City and then take a train back to Texas.There are also some other options for cruising from the US to Europe next year. These cruises leave from ports in Florida and go to England, Spain and Italy: = cS=EXPVSCH cruiseTourOnly=false dest=T.ATL duration=ANY date=ANY port=FLL includeAdjascentPorts=Y ship=ANY selectedCurrencyCode=USD price=ANY state= x=85 y=7 As you look at the prices remember that all cruise cabins are sold based on double occupancy. So you would have to book for you and another person, or if you wanted to go alone you would have to pay a single supplement that is essentially a double fare.

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