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Recalling Queen Mary’s Maiden Arrival in New York

By Jackie Roseboom

When Cunard Line’s flagship Queen Mary 2 sails into New York harbour on Saturday 1 June, at the conclusion of her current Transatlantic Crossing from Southampton, she will arrive on the 77th anniversary of the maiden call of the original Queen Mary in New York in 1936. Queen Mary’s Maiden Voyage began in Southampton... »

Cunard gives North American Military Personnel a great deal on cruises

By Jackie Roseboom

Cunard announced a new benefit for those who serve in the armed forces in North America. The new programme grants On Board Credits of up to $250 per person to members of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard or Reserves, and the Canadian National Defense. Military personnel who... »

Cruise lines celebrating the royal wedding at sea

By Jackie Roseboom

By Jackie Roseboom Many businesses are celebrating the Royal Wedding by offering their guests a viewing party and special offerings, and the cruise industry is no exception. From small viewing areas to lavish parties, it will all be available at sea. Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean is celebrating the upcoming British royal wedding by... »

Cunard launches Queen Elizabeth

By Matt Roseboom

By Michael Coleman Cruise travel’s most famous brand name paired with the world’s most famous monarch this week. Her Majesty The Queen officially named Cunard Line’s newest ocean liner, the 2,068-guest Queen Elizabeth during ceremonies in London. The new vessel — estimates peg the total cost at $634 million – features 1,046 staterooms, 71... »

Queen Elizabeth to name the next Cunard ship

By Matt Roseboom

Cunard Line just announced that her majesty the Queen will name the company’s new Queen Elizabeth, the third Cunard ship to bear the name. The naming will be a milestone in British maritime history and is sure to spark interest worldwide. Her majesty was present at the age of 12 at the launch of... »


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