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, launching in Fall 2010, will pay 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.

What MY TRAVEL AGENT likes about Cunard:


1.  With Cunard’s 2010 debut of the new Queen Elizabeth, one of the oldest names in ocean travel will operate the industry’s youngest fleet. Three Queens will once again sail under the Cunard flag.  Queen Elizabeth’s maiden season offers six voyages to 32 ports in 18 countries.

2.  Queen Mary 2 offers Transatlantic crossings, a new Eastbound-Westbound route and more “Grand” voyages sailing roundtrip from New York: guests can combine two Crossings with a Mediterranean, Northern Europe and for the first time, a short Getaway voyage in Europe.

3.  Queen Victoria offers her first British Isles itinerary.

4.  World Voyages for Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria include 31 countries, 57 ports and 30 maiden calls.

5.  Cunard’s enduring appeal reflects the line’s 170-year legacy, whose ships include special innovations such as: the only planetarium, both the largest ballroom and library at sea, and the first Canyon Ranch SpaClub at sea aboard Queen Mary 2; private viewing boxes in the Royal Court Theatre, Cunardia, an onboard museum display, and a two-storey library aboard Queen Victoria.


African (Southern) / Australia / New Zealand / Bahamas / Baltics / Russia / Black Sea / British Isles / Canada / New England / Canary Islands / Northern Africa / Caribbean / Central America / Cruises to Nowhere / E. Mediterranean / Aegean / Europe (Western) / Far East / Orient / Hawaii / India / Ireland / Mexico (Pacific Coast) / Middle East / Panama Canal /
Red Sea / Suez Canal / Scandinavia / North Cape / SE Mediterranean /
South America / South Pacific / Tahiti / Southeast Asia / Transatlantic / Transpacific / W. Mediterranean / World



Ship Name

Size (Tons)

Passenger Capacity Launched
Queen Elizabeth 90,400 2,092  2010 est. 
Queen Mary 2  151,400  3,090  2004 
Queen Victoria 90,000 1,970  2007 

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