What makes Cunard special?
Cunard is renowned for offering luxury cruises and fascinating itineraries. In 1840 Sir Samuel Cunard provided the first passenger transatlantic cruise and to this day Cunard are still the only cruise line to offer a regular Transatlantic Cruise schedule between Southampton and New York. Not only this, but Cunard's Laconia was the first ship to embark on a World Cruise in 1922.
Here are just a few of the highlights that make Cunard special.
White Star Service
You will receive exceptional service on board all Cunard ships. Through their famous White Star Service, they deliver a level of comfort and style, unique in today's world. From the signature white glove greeting at embarkation, to the personal attention of a room steward or butler, this understated and impeccable standard of service embodies Cunard Line's elegant traditions.
A Modern Twist on the Golden Age
Cunard ships offer a fantastic fusion of tradition and innovation. Cunard is one of the oldest names in luxury cruising but also has the youngest fleet at sea. Guests revel in formal evenings and Royal Night Themed Balls where they can dance in the largest ballroom at sea on Queen Mary 2 and relive the golden age of ocean travel. But, you can also enjoy the only planetarium at sea and an award-winning enrichment program. Queen Victoria was the first ship to offer private boxes in the theatre on board and on Queen Elizabeth you can enjoy croquet and bowls on the Games Deck.
On a Cunard ship you can be sure that you will benefit from plenty of space and no overcrowding. There is a wide selection of entertainment throughout the daytime and evening in a variety of different rooms to ensure that everyone is catered for. And, if you are enjoying a luxury cruise in sunny climes, you won't go short of a sunbed.