Cunard have led the way in North Atlantic passenger ships for over 180 years. Sail with Cunard to discover a selection of extraordinary adventures across the globe, carefully curated to make the very most of your time.
The Mediterranean is famous for its stunning beaches, fascinating history and designer shopping – why not experience it to the full?
Breathtaking scenery, energetic cities and iconic sights are all just waiting to be ticked off off your bucket list.
Discover the delights of beautiful Blighty and its neighbouring countries on a cruise to the British Isles. Depart from a number of ports at all points of the compass, bound for countries far and wide.
Cunard requests that guests with special dietary requirements inform them six months prior to departure or at the time of booking. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that special dietary requirements are met, this cannot be guaranteed.
The official language onboard is English and all announcements and printed information is in English. As an international company with worldwide cultural appeal, Cunard also provides assistance in French, German, Spanish and in some instances, Japanese.
All staterooms are equipped with a safe into which you can programme your own personal code.
Yes, every Cunard crew member puts their heart and skill into ensuring you experience legendary White Star Service during your time onboard. For waiters, stateroom stewards and those supporting behind the scenes, a hotel and dining service charge is added to your onboard account and every dollar collected goes directly to the crew members. Of course, should you wish to individually reward any other crew member who has made your time onboard particularly memorable, please feel free to do so. The service charge is calculated by stateroom category, as follows; Queens and Princess Grill Suites: $13.50 per person per day, Britannia Staterooms: $11.50 per person per day.
During the day, you’ll probably find ourself most comfortable in stylish casual wear such as shorts and smart jeans. Swimming costumes, micro shorts, sarongs and gymwear should be reserved for the poolside, on deck or in the spa and fitness centre.
In the evening, the dress code is Gala Evenings or Smart Attire. For gentlemen, Gala Evenings should be a dinner jacket, tuxedo or dark suit with a regular bow tie while for ladies, cocktail dresses, smart trouser suits or formal separates are acceptable. Smart trousers with a shirt and jacket with an optional tie for men is required for Smart Attire and blouses and skirts or stylish trousers and dresses for women.
All public spaces (with the exception of designated smoking areas) including restaurants and outdoor dining alternatives are designated as non-smoking within the ship. Smoking is not permitted in staterooms, on balconies or in public areas (with the exception of Churchill’s Cigar Lounge, which is reserved for cigar and pipe smokers only).
Yes, all of Cunard’s ships are Wi-Fi enabled. After purchasing a satellite internet plan, you can access the Cunard guest Wi-Fi on your own devices or via the terminals in the library of ConneXions.
With the exception of one bottle of wine at embarkation, guests cannot take alcohol on their Cunard cruise. Should guests consume their bottle of wine in a public area, they will be subject to a corkage fee.
Yes, room service is available 24 hours a day. Room service menus will be available in your stateroom.
Yes, Cunard offers a variety of drink packages.