Cunard Cruises


Cunard Line, a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation, has a long and illustrious history. The line was founded in 1840 by Samuel Cunard, a businessman from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Cunard applied for and received a contract from the British government to carry the Royal Mail from Britain to North America on a fleet of steamships that would maintain a weekly service. The first route was from Liverpool to Boston via Halifax, but the western terminus was soon moved to New York.


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Onboard Activities

Order your favorite cocktail from the Chart Room’s fabulous drink menu, while gentle classical music or jazz provides the background to your pre-dinner conversations, with maritime displays and nautically themed decor. Or dance the night away to the sounds of the resident party band and DJ in the fabulous dual-level nightclub. Enjoy popular themed nights from the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties such as Saturday Night Fever and Shake Rattle and Roll. The Queen’s Room provides the opportunity to foxtrot in the largest ballroom at sea. There is no better place to hone your dancing skills than under the dramatic high ceiling with its beautiful crystal chandelier. Sample an afternoon tea of traditional scones with clotted cream, cakes and delicate sandwiches served by white-gloved waiters.
Younger members of the family, and perhaps some adults, will not want to leave the Play Zone filled with toys, games and activities. As the younger children delight in the soft play area you can be certain that they are in the best care with a fully trained nursery staff. A range of engaging activities will be thoughtfully prepared by youth staff including sports, arts and crafts and a disco, as well as themed days such as Pirate Day! The teen area, with its game consoles and relaxed layout provides an ideal setting for older children to meet and make new friends. 

Please note that children must be a minimum of 2 years old to participate in the nursery without parental supervision. Children under 2 years old are welcome, provided they are accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times.

Watercolour classes and Bridge instruction are available on all cruises that have full sea days. Water colour kits are available for purchase on board.

Coupled dance instructors on board offer a variety of dance lessons on voyages longer than 7 nights in duration. The main types of dance offered are ballroom and Latin. There are no charges for these lessons, however, it may be possible to arrange 1 to 1 tuition, though any charges generated – a fee will be charged to your on board account for this service.

Everyone is welcome regardless of experience

The traditional restaurants on Cunard allow guest to benefit from the personal service gained from having the same wait staff each evening. The three main restaurants are assigned according to the stateroom category that is booked. Cunard also offers specialty restaurants on each ship. Todd English on Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2 features innovative Mediterranean cuisine from the world famous celebrity Chef Todd English. The Veranda on the Queen Elizabeth provides a formal dining experience with contemporary French cuisine. Casual dining venues are also offered on all Cunard ships.
Cunard’s Enrichment programs introduces guests to featured speakers which include explorers, academics, former ambassadors and politicians, scientists, historians, biographers, award winning novelists and acclaimed actors and film makers. Cunard has special relationships with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, the Royal Astronomical Society, and the Julliard School to add compelling insights to the Cunard cruise experience.




Australia and New Zealand

Australia and New Zealand





Hong Kong

Hong Kong



Other Areas : Africs, Caribbean, Central America and Panama Canal, South Pacific, The Orient, Transatlantic, Transpacific, West Coast


Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Auckland, New Zealand

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Cape Town, South Africa

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Hamburg, Germany

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Kiel, Germany

Le Havre, France

Los Angeles, CA

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

New York, NY

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rostock, Germany

San Antonio, Chile

San Francisco, CA

Shanghai, China

Singapore, Singapore

Southampton, England

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Tokyo, Japan

Vancouver, BC

Yokohama, Japan


Why do I need a passport/visa?
Answer A passport is required for all of our voyage itineraries. This is a requirement of the countries that you will visit on your holiday. You will not be able to embark the ship without a passport. Some countries will also require you to hold a visa to enter their country. Some countries will require you to obtain a visa in advance of your cruise and others may issue a visa upon arrival.
Do cunard cruise line offer priority check in?
Priority embarkation is available to our Platinum and Diamond World Club members for voyages departing from New York or Southampton where operationally possible. Priority disembarkation is also available to those in Queens Grill and Princess Grill suites.
What is the embarkation and disembarkation port address?
Your embarkation and disembarkation port address can be found on your E-ticket via the Voyage Personaliser under the Travel Documents section. Addresses for your ports of call will be provided on board.
Do cruise fares apply to children of all ages?
Yes, cruise fares apply to children, from the age of 2 -17 years old at the time of travel.
Is there a limit to how much foreign currency I can exchange on board?
You can exchange your money on board into local currency for most ports of call. There are however certain ports when the ship is unable to carry local currency. In such cases, the ship will advise which currency is best to take ashore.
Can I access the internet on board?
All of our ships are Wi-Fi enabled so you can access the internet on your own devices, via our terminals in the library or ConneXions. Satellite internet packages are available to purchase pre-cruise or once on board.
Is there a dress code on board?
Children under 18 do not have a dress code but should adhere to the daily dress code where possible. National and Religious dress including headdress' are allowed on board. Depending on the amount of the face covered by the headdress, guests may be asked to unveil for a security photo at check-in and passing through security check points ashore and onboard during the voyage.
Can I take a bottle of wine/champagne on board to drink in a restaurant and would a corkage fee apply?
All bottles of wine or champagne brought on board by guests for consumption in any of the ship's restaurants, bars or lounges, are subject to a corkage fee. Please be advised that guests are allowed to bring on board one bottle per person for special occasions. Groups who want to supply their own wine for wine tasting seminars or for consumption in any of the restaurants, bars or lounges will be charged a corkage fee. If a bottle of wine/champagne has been bought for you (on board) as a gift, please ensure you carry the gift card with you to avoid having the corkage charge applied to your on board account.


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