Real guests sit down and share why the Transatlantic Crossing is a travel experience unlike any other.

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Watch the story of Queen Victoria’s recent refit, from beginning to end. From 5 May to 4 June, Queen Victoria entered dry dock for a partial refit at the Fincantieri shipyard in Palermo, Sicily. This included an upgraded and increased choice of staterooms, new Britannia Club dining, a broader and more distinct bar offering, a […]

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Micky Arison, Chairman of the Board of Carnival Corporation & plc discusses the inspiration behind the corporation’s acquisition of Cunard and decision to build the world’s most famous ocean liner, Queen Mary 2.

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Lasting between 89 and 120 nights a Cunard World Voyage represents one of life’s great travel adventures. The magic of travelling between the world’s iconic destinations on board one of the world’s most luxurious ships simply cannot be matched. Discover more: http://bit.ly/1xhzeC0

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Cunard ships have been crossing the Atlantic to and from New York since 1847, when we established the first regular service. Today only Queen Mary 2 regularly makes this journey and not only does she remain as glamorous and exciting as ever but a Transatlantic Crossing also remains one of travel’s most iconic experiences.

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Embark on a very civilised adventure. Sail with Cunard to experience your ideal oasis of discovery, relaxation and sophistication.

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Captain Kevin Oprey and David Varty, VP of Projects and Planning talk us through the arrival of Queen Mary 2 and the initial deconstruction phase of #QM2Remastered. Manoeuvring Queen Mary 2 into the Elbe 17 Dry Dock was no mean feat – there were inches to spare. With the water drained, a process that took […]

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Take a look as we reveal all of the exciting #QM2Remastered announcements we have released so far.

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