The legacy of Cunard...
It was a more civilized era, the golden age of sea travel. Crossing the ocean was a grand event unto itself, the very embodiment of sophistication and privilege. And traveling Cunard was what one naturally chose for such a voyage. Cunard's glorious ocean liners were floating palaces of art deco splendor and Edwardian excess, surrounding guests with every comfort and luxury. They attracted the greatest personalities of the day, from world leaders to movie stars, who sipped champagne at festive black-tie soirees and strolled along graceful promenades attired in their finest apparel. It was the quintessence of luxury travel, and getting there was truly half the fun.
Cunard continues this celebration of style with Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth 2 - proving once again, with Cunard, the journey may be even more magnificent that the destination.
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Since its debut on 2010, the Queen Mary 2 has captivated the attention of travelers around the world providing them with the luxury and comfort that once characterized the Golden Age of Ocean Travel.
Since its debut on 2008, The Queen Victoria still remains the second largest Cunard ship ever built. With luxury that covers even the smallest detail, this large luxury cruise liner will please every member of the family!
Built in 2010, The Queen Elizabeth is the newest addition to Cunard's luxury cruise liner fleet. Journey into the past as you explore the dinning rooms, theaters and ballrooms which evoke high society events of the 1930's.
Take a look as we reveal all of the exciting #QM2Remastered announcements we have released so far.
Find out more about Queen Victoria and all there is to do on board.
Find out about Mediterranean Fly Cruises on board Queen Elizabeth.