Cunard represents the epitome of luxury ocean travel and the line has a classic British heritage that dates all the way back to 1840. A voyage on board Cunard while crossing the oceans is majestic, combining its renowned White Star service with exquisite cuisine and tantalising destinations. A Cunard ship cuts an imposing presence, turning heads in all with its classic black hulls, white super-structure and red funnels.
Why browse the Cunard cruise deals available from ? The reasons are simply countless. Cunard is the most famous cruise line in the world, with a pioneering history and iconic cruise ships such as the newly retired Queen Elizabeth 2. Some of the most famous people in the world have sailed on their ships, including HM The Queen and Diana, Princess of Wales.
Cunard has become a byword for comfort, style and the ultimate cruise experience for generation after generation. From the very moment you step aboard, the legendary cruise line will exceed your every expectation with all its accomplished hallmarks.
Meet the fleet awaiting those who take advantage of our Cunard cruise offers. There are currently three queens flying the Cunard name: Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and the flagship of the fleet - Queen Mary 2. Commanding awe and excitement wherever she touches shore, Queen Mary 2 embraces everything that makes the Cunard Line great, combining tradition with modern innovations to create a ship that exudes timeless refinement.
On-board the ship expect to dress for dinner, meet interesting people and enjoy superb cuisine not only in the Grills restaurants but also in the magnificent Britannia restaurant. The Queens Room on board all three ships are the largest dance floors at sea and host superlative afternoon tea served by white gloved waiters on fine bone china. They are also the venue for the captain’s cocktail party. Perhaps treat yourself to the Verandah Restaurant which is now available on board all three ships. This 1920s-inspired Art Deco masterpiece draws on the original which famously featured on the 1940s Cunard Queen Elizabeth.