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23 Jun 2016 - 7 Nts
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
By Nik Burling - Nov 27 2015 03:43PM
It was a very scary start to my Cruise Ship career, having spent 7 days in Miami being trained on ev...
By Steve Fuller - Nov 27 2015 02:18PM
In my line of work I obviously book cruises everyday and you always end up talking about where you w...
By Lesley Millward - Nov 27 2015 12:09PM
As you may be aware, I will be “somewhere” sailing down the Danube when you read this. ...
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 Churcher, St albans on Sep 08 2015 11:11AM
No matter how I prepared myself with photographs, television travel programmes, other tourists' uploads to youtube, etc - nothing prepared me for the sheer awe and wonder of sailing quietly and serenely through the fjords of Norway. Spectacular it is - breath taking yes, and even more imposing and beautiful than the Alaskan fjords that I sailed through some 20 years ago! The colour of the Norwegian waters; waterfall after waterfall; mountain tops still covered in snow; the almost vertical mountain sides towering above the ship for mile after mile - words simply cannot capture the impact upon me. Having departed Southampton on Sunday 23rd August we sailed across a very calm and peaceful...
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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.