The world's only ocean liner
Not only is Cunard a unique experience, Queen Mary 2 is also a unique ship: today’s only true ocean liner. Stronger, sleeker, smoother and swifter than a cruise ship. A link to a glorious past only Cunard can provide.
Queen Mary 2 plays host to some of the finest chefs at sea and the most elegant restaurants. Innovative dishes and Cunard classics made with the finest ingredients can be enjoyed in truly elegant settings. Indulge in the truly British tradition of Afternoon Tea, served by white-gloved waiters in the Queens Room.
White star service
Cunard pride themselves on a service that goes above and beyond your expectations. You’ll notice that every detail of your cruise has been carefully considered to make sure you have the most enjoyable, memorable and luxurious experience on board.
West-End style shows, live music and RADA performers make each evening one to savour with performances taking place in venues ranging from the grand Royal Court Theatre to intimate bars.
Cunard's festival of food and wine 2020 voyage
The 7th June 2020 departure featured on the opposite page welcomes the first ever Festival of Food & Wine in association with The Times and The Sunday Times on board Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2.
A tempting array of cooking demonstrations, wine pairings and events will be on offer throughout this unique voyage and you will be joined by a variety of food and wine experts to host talks, tastings and Q&A’s about all things gastronomical. Special guest speakers on this crossing include Michel Roux Jr, legendary chef specialising in classic French cuisine but with a slightly lighter, more modern twist; Steven Spurrier, wine consultant, writer and former merchant, who will delight with stories of his life in wine and the historic Judgement of Paris; award winning wine writer and Sunday Times columnist Will Lyons; and Sunday Times Food Editor, Lisa Markwell.
This voyage promises to be a delight for food and drink lovers everywhere.
Cunard's literature festival at sea
The 1st December 2020 departure featured on the opposite page welcomes Queen Mary 2’s Literature Festival at Sea, in association with Cheltenham Literature Festival and The Times and The Sunday Times. This exclusive voyage offers book lovers an opportunity to join some of the best-loved authors and thinkers on both sides of the pond – and the smartest journalists – on board Queen Mary 2 as you sail from New York to Southampton on a Transatlantic Crossing.
Special guests include Sebastian Faulks, one of Britain’s foremost novelists, Louis de Bernières, the bestselling author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Peter Kemp, the Chief Fiction Reviewer for the Sunday Times, bestselling and award-winning author Victoria Hislop – plus many more.
This unmissable cruise features leading historians and cultural commentators, offering a unique and inspiring programme of events featuring stimulating conversations, interactive workshops and more.