Cunard is best known for their Transatlantic crossings between Southampton (London) and New York aboard the ocean liner, Queen Mary 2. Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth also offer cruising with an elegant, traditional flair, on ships of about 2,000 passengers. The ships offer enriching amenities including the ocean’s only planetarium at sea (Queen Mary 2), two-deck libraries holding at least 7,000 books each; and the Cunard Royal Spa & Fitness Centers. With Cunard, the journey may be even more magnificent than the destination – bring out the tuxedos, gowns and jewels; this is the cruise line for grand entrances and ballroom dancing.
Why Cunard: Cunard passengers enjoy the renowned elegance, spacious luxury and excellent service that have attracted discerning travelers to their famous ships for many decades. The ships may be refined and classic, but offer the most modern and up-to-date amenities.
Where They Cruise: Cunard’s fleet of three ships sail around the world to:
The British Isles and Northwest Europe
The Baltic, Scandinavia and Iceland
Atlantic Isles and Canaries United States and Canada
Caribbean, Central America and Panama Canal
Far East, Australia
The Pacific Islands and Africa