Winston Churchill. British royalty. Hollywood celebrities. A glittering Who’s Who of society from the Americas and Europe. Not to mention the thousands of immigrants en route to the New World, and the thousands of soldiers heading to fight World Wars in Europe.
A Transatlantic crossing is a journey in the footsteps of history. A TransAtlantic cruise on Cunard between New York and London is legendary.
Cunard is the original line of the Transatlantic crossing, and the Queen Mary 2 is the world’s only true ocean liner. Stronger, sleeker, smoother and swifter than a cruise ship. Steeped in the traditions of British luxury and hospitality. A link to a glorious past only Cunard can provide.
Transatlantic Cruises on Cunard
Experience an ocean journey unlike any other. A chance to escape the real world and indulge in life’s greatest pleasures. Where every day is yours alone and the world’s most iconic city awaits you on arrival. Welcome to a week-long sailing between New York and London on a Transatlantic Crossing.
Transatlantic Roundtrip Cruises From New York
Never wait at an airport or set foot on a plane! Savor the pleasure of two relaxing weeks at sea, with the freedom to do as you wish and nowhere to be but on board. Enjoy British afternoon tea and sensuous spa treatments. Savor a freshly shaken martini or swim in one of the many pools.
Westbound Transatlantic Cruises from Southampton
Your transatlantic adventure starts the second you set foot inside the Queen Mary 2. Enjoy the freedom to explore your on board world, and be carried away in the spirit of celebration, as you toast your departure from Southampton and the beginning of your week-long voyage to New York.
Eastbound Transatlantic Cruises from New York
Savor seven days at sea aboard Queen Mary 2 as you voyage eastbound across the Atlantic to Southampton, Feel stress evaporate as Manhattan’s skyline slips from view and delight in a Cunard cruise, allowing you to experience countless moments of refined luxury. Extend your stay after disembarking the Queen Mary 2 to experience more British royalty from London’s Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.
Life on board a Cunard transatlantic cruise is what you make of it. Every day presents myriad choices but how much, or little, you do is up to you. Visit the planetarium, join a yoga class, or simply bury yourself in a good book. It’s your vacation, and you should enjoy it however you please.
Come alive at night.
Gala Balls are a regular feature of sailing Transatlantic with Cunard and a magical way to round off an evening on board. Feel your inhibitions dissolve and be captivated by the wondrous sense of occasion as you join your fellow guests on the largest dance floor at sea.
Each stateroom is a personal oasis of calm, offering the very highest luxury at sea. Sumptuous bedding beckons, beautiful balconies celebrate the ocean view, and even a seven-pillow menu option awaits you.
A dog's life.
We lavish the same attention on all our guests. That's why your faithful friend is also invited on our Transatlantic cruise. Our unique kennels even include a convenient lamp post from Liverpool and fire hydrant from New York.
Drink in the history.
Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, Clark Gable, you. We've hosted the famous and fabulous on this iconic crossing for almost 180 years, and now invite you to share in that timeless sense of occasion and create your own history.
TRANSATLANTIC CRUISES ON CUNARD
AVAILABLE AUGUST 2020- JANUARY 2021
AND FROM APRIL 2021 ONWARDS
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"Sail in the Path of History on a Transatlantic Cruise on the World's Only Ocean Liner"