For over 175 years, Cunard have defined luxury travel at sea. Their current fleet consists of three modern ships that are recognised as the most famous ocean liners in the world. Expect the opulent Art Deco design, white-glove service and grand ballrooms and theatres which are synonymous with the heyday of transatlantic travel. Experience excellent dining as part of your all-inclusive package or treat yourself to an evening at one of the world-class speciality restaurants.

As well as transporting people across the Atlantic between Southampton and New York and on epic round-the-globe voyages, Cunard sail to many destinations around the world. 2020 marks their return to Alaska following a 20-year break. You'll be able to experience their White Glove service as you sail through the breathtaking Inside Passage and to coastal communities only accessible by sea.

Recommended for:

If you’re looking for classic cruising on an iconic, historic ship that oozes elegance, a Cunard Line cruise is for you.

Dress code:

Casual during the day onboard. You’ll receive a guide to which nights are informal or formal; and there’s often a regal ball or theme so you can dress to impress.

Why Cunard?

  • The most famous ocean liners in the world
  • Elegant escapism, a sense of occasion and British heritage
  • Legendary White Star Service that goes above and beyond. Don’t miss the afternoon tea served by white-gloved butlers
  • Meet experts and celebrities on board, see a show at the Royal Court Theatre, or visit Queen Mary 2's planetarium and 3D Cinema
  • CanyonRanch SpaClub
  • Award-winning entertainment, including musicals and renowned plays by London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)
  • Dance under giant chandeliers in the Queen’s Room ballroom
  • For the ultimate experience, upgrade to a Queens Grill Suite or Princess Grill Suite for exclusive use of the best restaurants on board.

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