What is a repositioning cruise?
Repositioning cruises sail from one destination and end in another. The reason for this is that many ships itineraries change seasonally and cruise companies use the repositioning cruises to move the ship to their new port.
Most repositioning cruises are typically longer than a week and have more days at sea than traditional cruises. The most common itineraries are from Europe to the Caribbean and from Alaska to the Caribbean. You can also find repositioning cruises that travel from the Mediterranean to Asia or South America. (more…)