Is there a more famous cruise brand on the planet than Cunard? For over 175 years, since the company was found by Samuel Cunard, Cunard's Ocean Liners have graced the transatlantic both in luxury and speed - having held the Blue Riband for the fastest Atlantic crossing.
Cunard have a rich history. Their ships have supported British efforts during the Crimea War, World War 1, World War 2 and the Falklands War. They purchased White Star Line (who originally owned the Titanic). The famous line route between Liverpool and New York suffered from emerging airline competition but Cunard began to offer worldwide cruise destinations.
Today, you can cruise with Cunard in the Baltic, the Med, the Caribbean as well as cruising to Asia and Australia. You can of course still take an historic transatlantic crossing from Southampton to New York - surely something everybody should do at least once?
Modern and spacious, Queen Elizabeth has everything you'd wish for from a ship that travels both across the Continent and around the entire world. From the sanctuary of her 6,000-book library to the show-stopping Royal Court theatre - she's designed for entertainment. The harmony of classic and contemporary strikes an elegant chord throughout the magnificent Queen Elizabeth. Images and features from her predecessors, Queen Elizabeth and QE2, sit comfortably alongside her modern charms. Entertainment ranges from lavish high-tech musical productions to the timeless refinement of garden parties and grand balls. Opportunities for relaxation stretch from simple pleasures to indulgent spa treatments.
Queen Mary 2 is the most magnificent ocean liner ever built. Her every detail harkens to the Golden Age of Ocean Travel, while providing one of the most modern travel experiences on earth. From bow to stern, discover 14 spacious decks on which to relax and unwind; to indulge in pleasures and pursuits you never normally have time for. Opulent public areas, extravagant dining rooms, ballrooms, theatres, lounges...even the only Planetarium at sea. But words can only do such a lady so much justice. For to truly revel in the grandeur that is Queen Mary 2, you must sail with her.
Queen Victoria joined the Cunard fleet in December 2007. She is a true Cunarder, proudly upholding our famous heritage and traditions. With luxurious marbles, woods, plush carpets, rich fabrics and soft furnishings, this ship simply exudes elegance. Queen Victoria’s many diversions and distractions ensure you are as thoroughly entertained and entirely relaxed as you could wish to be.