Cunard Line has defined the luxury ocean travel experience for over the past 175 years with its famous White Star Service continuing to uphold the tradition of matching and exceeding clients highest expectations.
Cunard have a fleet of 3 magnificent ships Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria, all using the very latest technologies as well as offering Cunard Line’s traditional values of impeccable service and attention to detail. Very British traditions exist on board including delicious afternoon tea served on white china.
Queen Mary 2, Cunard Line’s flagship, mainly sails the classic transatlantic crossing route both Westbound and Eastbound between Southampton and New York as well as offering cruises from Southampton to the Fjords and Scandinavia, Northern Europe, North America, Iberia and the Caribbean.
Queen Elizabeth is the latest addition to the Cunard fleet and along with Queen Victoria offer the full World Cruise along with segments of it, as well as a wide range of itineraries sailing from Southampton to Northern Europe, the Canaries and the Mediterrannean together with a range of fly cruise options.
Dining room allocation is dependent on the type of cabin that is booked. All Cunard ships have 3 main restaurants, Queens Grill Restaurant for passengers staying in Queens Grill Suite accommodation, Princess Grill Restaurant for Princess Grill passengers whereas the Britannia Restaurant is allocated to passengers in Britannia Balcony, Outside and Inside cabins.
Although Cunard is a 5 star cruise line they offer very attractive savings for early bookings, for details of current offers contact your nearest branch of Holiday Lounge.
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