Cunard

Cunard is synonymous with grand voyages and the traditional 'White Star Service'. Cunard keeps the tradition of ocean cruising alive by adhering to a formal dress code and is best suited to seasoned travellers who enjoy the formal, more traditional side of cruising. Decorated in a style reminiscent of the 20s and 30s, Cunard manages to retain a modern, present day feel and is the only cruise line to offer regularly scheduled Transatlantic Crossings.

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

The newest in the Cunard fleet is the first to bear the name of Her Majesty the Queen. Launched in 2010, she exudes sophistication and offers contemporary features that have afforded her great compliments. New features such as the Garden Lounge, the Royal Arcade and the Games Deck have been added. Offering 110 cruises around the world there is surely something to suit your cruise vacation.

Queen Mary 2

Queen Mary 2

Just out of a major refit, Queen Mary 2 offers opulent new restaurants and redesigned grills. QM2 offers expansive accommodation and new entertainment that needs to be seen to be believed. Offering more to do than there are hours in a day, from early in the morning to well into the night, there's something for everybody. With over 189 cruises available around the world there is a destination to suit everyone.

Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria

A ship with elegant ambience and grace, Queen Victoria features marble and rich tones. One of Cunard’s most modern ships, Queen Victoria still retains a class of a bygone cruising era. A favourite amongst her staff and past passengers alike, Queen Victoria has 152 cruises available around the world so she is bound to cruise to a destination you’ve been dreaming of.