If travel is meant to be savored, then crossing the oceans should be a majestic experience, not merely a hop across the pond. For travelers of this persuasion, only one name evokes the pleasures of The New Golden Age of Ocean Travel: Cunard Line. Proudly continuing the tradition of luxury cruising that began in 1840, Cunard's ships maintain the Line's legacy and heritage. Flagship Queen Mary 2 is the only ship offering regularly scheduled Transatlantic service, Queen Victoria evokes intimate grandeur and elegance and the new Queen Elizabeth, launched in 2010, pays homage to the first Cunard Queen bearing this name.
Cunard caters to sophisticated, well-seasoned travelers who enjoy the finer things in life. The classic liners attract like-minded guests who enjoy the Cunard hallmarks of impeccable White Star Service, fine dining, sumptuous surroundings, civilized adventure and the legacy of historic voyages and Transatlantic travel.
Cunard Line is a proud member of the Carnival Corporation, which also includes Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Costa Cruises, and Seabourn Cruise Line. These lines appeal to a wide range of lifestyles and budgets, but share a passion to please each guest, and a commitment to quality and value.
Key Selling PointsCunard Line brings 172 years of maritime heritage to the youngest fleet at sea with a compelling programme of legendary voyages and White Star Service aboard flagship Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth. Highlights include such iconic itineraries as Transatlantic Crossings and World Voyages; multiple departure dates and ports in Europe and the Mediterranean; and several overnight stays in North America, Europe and Russia. By day, guests enjoy voluminous libraries, world class spas, traditional afternoon tea and engaging Cunard Insights enrichment programmes; by night, black tie dinners, Royal Nights themed balls, West End-style productions and Veuve Clicquot champagne cocktails.
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