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Queen Mary 2

OVERVIEW: Queen Mary 2offers the pleasures of crossing the North Atlantic comfortably on a regular schedule. It is best suited to couples and single travelers who enjoy the cosmopolitan setting of a floating city at sea with an unequaled maritime heritage. Note that the scores given in the Berlitz’s

Queen Elizabeth

OVERVIEW: Queen Elizabeth, a cruise ship that longs to be an ocean liner, suits mature adults and solo travelers, and families with children. It’s pitched at traditionalists who like to dress more formally for dinner, and sail with a sense of style. Note that Berlitz’s Ratings scores are the average


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QM2 in Southampton

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QM2 in Southampton
good start! Geiranger Fjord in the early morning from the Queen Elizabeth Harpist in Britannia Dining Room 
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160,250 Opinions
We will return
Cunard  / Queen Mary 2 /
WORLD CRUISE

By GW, Esperance on 13th Apr 2014
This was our first Cunard cruise and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We sailed from Cape Town to Fremantle, mostly sea days, just two ports, Durban & Port Louis. We are comparing this cruise with previous Princess, P&O, Starcruise & smaller ships...  Read More >>
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Queen Mary 2 we love you!
Cunard  / Queen Mary 2 /
TRANSATLANTIC

By harty, Billingham on 7th Apr 2014
My husband and I sailed on the Queen Mary 2 twice in 2012. Our first transatlantic crossing from Southampton was in June and 87 days later we boarded her to come back to the UK. I can honestly say that we had the time of our lives on both crossings! We met...  Read More >>
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Hospital Ship
Cunard  / Queen Victoria /
TRANSATLANTIC

By Pincher, Wednesbury on 7th Apr 2014
My family and I travelled with Cunard expecting at least a modicum of standards and cleanliness, however it was more similar to a hospital ship. Staff and crew sneaking around the ship in white disposable all in one protective outfits, face masks, endless...  Read More >>
831 Views 4 of 37 found this useful
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Latest Reviews - View All

160,250 Opinions
We will return
Cunard  / Queen Mary 2 /
WORLD CRUISE

By GW, Esperance on 13th Apr 2014
This was our first Cunard cruise and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We sailed from Cape Town to Fremantle, mostly sea days, just two ports, Durban & Port Louis. We are comparing this cruise with previous Princess, P&O, Starcruise & smaller ships...  Read More >>
923 Views 6 of 7 found this useful
5
Queen Mary 2 we love you!
Cunard  / Queen Mary 2 /
TRANSATLANTIC

By harty, Billingham on 7th Apr 2014
My husband and I sailed on the Queen Mary 2 twice in 2012. Our first transatlantic crossing from Southampton was in June and 87 days later we boarded her to come back to the UK. I can honestly say that we had the time of our lives on both crossings! We met...  Read More >>
389 Views 2 of 7 found this useful
4
Hospital Ship
Cunard  / Queen Victoria /
TRANSATLANTIC

By Pincher, Wednesbury on 7th Apr 2014
My family and I travelled with Cunard expecting at least a modicum of standards and cleanliness, however it was more similar to a hospital ship. Staff and crew sneaking around the ship in white disposable all in one protective outfits, face masks, endless...  Read More >>
831 Views 4 of 37 found this useful
1
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Cunard Cruises

Sailing with Cunard is quite different from being on board a standard cruise ship. With Cunard being typically British you will enjoy spacious luxury and excellent service. Cunard will be celebrating their 175th Anniversary in May 2015 where all three sister ships will be meeting in Merseyside.

Cunard has four distinctive accommodation classes, with the class linked to a specific restaurant: Queens Grill, Princess Grill, Britannia Club and Britannia.

The luxury Princess Grill suites offer elegant comfort and personal service. Guests enjoy access to private lounges.  Queens Grill offers the very best of the Cunard Grills Experience. At approximately 505 - 2131 square feet, the luxurious Queens Grill Suites feature a spacious living area, balcony and bathroom with bath and shower.

Cunard is quite different to being on board a standard cruise ship. The ship incorporates a lot of grand traditions and maritime history. Queen Mary 2 was especially built to do Transatlantic crossings. By sailing this route and going on to explore the US East Coast and Canada, you will become part of Cunard’s history and will experience the same thrill evoked in passengers past.

Sailing with Cunard is quite different from being on board a standard cruise ship. With Cunard being typically British you will enjoy spacious luxury and excellent service. Cunard will be celebrating their 175th Anniversary in May 2015 where all three sister ships will be meeting in Merseyside.

Cunard has four distinctive accommodation classes, with the class linked to a specific restaurant: Queens Grill, Princess Grill, Britannia Club and Britannia.

The luxury Princess Grill suites offer elegant comfort and personal service. Guests enjoy access to private lounges.  Queens Grill offers the very best of the Cunard Grills Experience. At approximately 505 - 2131 square feet, the luxurious Queens Grill Suites feature a spacious living area, balcony and bathroom with bath and shower.

Cunard is quite different to being on board a standard cruise ship. The ship incorporates a lot of grand traditions and maritime history. Queen Mary 2 was especially built to do Transatlantic crossings. By sailing this route and going on to explore the US East Coast and Canada, you will become part of Cunard’s history and will experience the same thrill evoked in passengers past.

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