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Overview: Queen Victoria, a very comfortable, likeable cruise ship posing as an ocean liner, is best suited to a couples and single travelers who enjoy a ship that offers traditional British ocean liner-style decor, world-wide itineraries, and dressing for dinner. Note that scores given in the Berli
By Sam Smith - Oct 13 2015 03:53PM
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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.
By Malone, Bristol on Sep 12 2015 01:46PM
I often read others' reviews for advice but don't normally write in these reviews myself. I thought I'd do it here though for the cruise guide, but hopefully this also helps others considering a first QM2 Transatlantic crossing. The price was incredible (Cunard's website), £699 pp balcony cabin (lifeboat partially blocking view) and £749 pp for a sheltered balcony unrestricted view (which we chose - super for watching the dolphins as they often joined us mid Atlantic). £599 inside cabin. 8 nights full board on the Queen Mary 2 from Southampton to New York (sailing in past the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan) with Virgin Atlantic full service flights back from New York...
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The legendarily regal Cunard are currently celebrating their 175th anniversary this year with the Three Queens all meeting in Liverpool on the 25th May.
Cunard have now revealed details about the Three Queens Salute in Liverpool. The Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth will gather in Liverpool to mark Cunard’s 175th anniversary, and sail together there for the first time in history.
Today Cunard let out their 2016 cruise programme, which will see the Cunard fleet sail over 205,000 nautical miles visiting Europe and the world.