Defining the ocean travel experience for 175 years, Cunard Cruises operates luxury cruises around the world. It very much keeps alive the feeling of the "golden era" through its ships and itineraries that include the classic trans-Atlantic crossing.
Cunard Cruises owns the most famous ocean liners in the world â€“ Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria. One of the youngest fleet at sea, all three vessels benefit from the best facilities and the widest range of entertainment and leisure options available on the ocean today. So grand is their appeal that every time the ships sail from Southampton, the spotlight falls on them in exotic parts of the world. The arrival and departure of any of Cunard's three ocean liners creates a sense of excitement like no other.
Cunard's flagship and one of the most magnificent ocean liners ever built, the Queen Mary 2 offers year-round voyages between Southampton and New York â€“ a sailing like none other. Queen Mary 2 has 1300 cabins, most of which are outside, and most of them have balconies. There are eye-popping luxury suites that top out at 2250 square feet with butler service, 24-hour room service, exclusive access to the plush Queens Grill Lounge and other luxuries that make your holiday a super indulgent affair. Other accommodation options include the spacious Princess Grill suites and standard Britannia rooms with options for balconies, ocean view and interior rooms.
Queen Mary 2 along with its sister ships, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth, maintain the custom of assigning restaurants based on cabin accommodations. Dining options accordingly range from the Queens Grill (for Queen Suite passengers), Princess Grill (for Princess Suite passengers) and the three-story Britannia restaurant for other diners on the ship. There are several other venues for meals including the signature Todd English restaurant, Lido restaurant and The Verandah Restaurant (onboard Queen Mary 2. It was recently recognised as the best restaurant a sea). In a commitment to its heritage and living up the grandeur that is ocean travel; afternoon tea is a white-gloved affair in the two-deck-high Queens Room on all three ships and the ship's bell is sounded at noon.
The regal Queen Mary 2 has the first planetarium at sea, carries Oxford dons for classroom learning and offers acting workshops with students from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. A new addition to its top-notch enrichment programs is Science at Sea, a speaker series featuring prominent science writers. Also part of the enrichment programme are partnerships with the Royal Astronomical Society to put distant stars and galaxies into perspective and the Julliard School of Jazz who will be treating guests to the best in contemporary and classic jazz. Guests on the Queen Mary 2 will also be privileged to witness performances by the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO), conducted by well known Conductor and Musical Director, Anthony Inglis.
Other onboard activities include fitness and recreation facilities in the form of swimming pools, golf driving ranges, top-quality fitness centres, high-tech equipment, healthy living workshops, Canyon Ranch Spa Club, jogging tracks, tennis courts, sun decks, shoppingâ€¦the list is exhaustive. Cunard's three ships are child-friendly, offering exciting programmes for children aged 2-17 years. There are specially-designed kids' zones, activities that run throughout the day and into the night, special children's supper and tea service, and a night nursery.
Each of Cunard's three luxury liners offers the signature White Star Service that sets it apart from others. This includes standards of service that go above and beyond, exceeding the expectations of guests. Each of Cunard's crew is trained at their White Star Academy to deliver and maintain this high standard of service.
If you are looking for an epic adventure, a Cunard cruise is the place to be.
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