A Cunard voyage is a holiday like no other, and an effortless way to discover the world in sophisticated style
Cunard opens the door to a world of heightened experiences. From the moment you arrive on board you feel that you are at the centre of something very special. Drawing on an unrivalled heritage and enduring sense of glamour and style, Cunard ushers you into an unhurried, uncrowded world where the highest quality is assured, the dining is exceptional and the experience is sublime.
This is travel without compromise, where every need is anticipated, every detail taken care of. Things are done properly, but with a light touch. White Star Service ensures that the welcome is as personal as the service is intuitive and discreet. A kaleidoscope of activity options includes inspiring talks by notable speakers on board and stimulating tours on shore.
Cunard’s reputation for creating life-long memories extends around the world, with seasoned cruisers and first-timers alike being invited to enjoy its legendary luxury.
If you haven’t sailed with the cruise line before, you’ll soon become accustomed to certain aspects of the cruise that are uniquely Cunard. The first is being the centre of attention – because the sight of their ships and distinctive red funnels always causes a stir, wherever they dock.
The Cunard fleet comprises three exceptional ships – Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2. Grand in scale, yet stylish down to the tiniest detail, each one is a world unto itself. An oasis of discovery and relaxation and the perfect setting from which to explore new destinations, or old favourites.
Of course you simply can’t take a Cunard cruise without experiencing Afternoon Tea in the splendid surroundings of the Queen’s Room. Served by white-gloved waiting staff and often accompanied by a string quartet, this is a little slice of heaven in the middle of each afternoon.
The Queen’s Room is also the setting for Cunard’s legendary themed Balls. They’re a wonderful excuse to dress up and take to the floor in the largest ballrooms at sea, to the accompaniment of renowned musical ensembles and big bands.