Up to $800 additional onboard spending credit per stateroom.
Enhanced Afternoon Tea for two.
Complimentary dinner in Kings Court or Lido alternative restaurants.
Why sail with Cunard?
If you yearn for the gracious, leisurely style of travel of the bygone era of cruising, Cunard®, with over 180 years of Transatlantic Crossings, is the perfect choice for your journey between the U.S. and England.
Would you like a week to unwind?
Imagine sailing from New York City with an entire week of relaxing, learning and fun ahead of you on Queen Mary 2®, Cunard's 2,691-guest flagship (the only true ocean liner in operation today). While away the afternoon by the pool with a book from the largest library at sea and a finely crafted cocktail. Stargaze from the ship's planetarium and foxtrot across the dance floor in the largest ballroom at sea.
Looking for a pet-friendly cruise?
Cunard lavishes the same attention to all of their guests. That's why your faithful friend is also invited on a Cunard Transatlantic voyage. Unique kennels even include a convenient lamp post from Liverpool and fire hydrant from New York.
Do you enjoy special event cruises?
Cunard offers specially created event cruises tailor-made to bring popular themes to life and further enhance your cruise experience. Some of the event voyages offered include: Anthony Inglis and the National Symphony Orchestra, Literature Festival at Sea, and London Theater at Sea with the Olivier Awards. These unique voyages feature expert speakers, insightful activities and exclusive events on board.
Are you a fan of fine dining?
There's no shortage of simple pleasures and fine dining on Cunard. Start the day in a decadent way with a sampling of delicious pastries in the Carinthia Lounge. Join the sommelier for a wine or whiskey tasting. Order pub favorites in the Golden Lion Pub™. Enjoy a traditional fillet of Beef Wellington as a guest in the famed Grill Suites. Indulge in the Enhanced Afternoon Tea in the Champagne bar or delight in scones and finger sandwiches served by white-gloved waiters at a traditional British Afternoon Tea.