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Why is Cunard so expensive?

While not as well-known as cruise giants like Royal Caribbean, Carnival, and Norwegian, those looking for a more upscale voyage might be considering Cunard, as they're known for providing a luxurious cruise experience by emphasizing elegance and high-quality services. 

With that, however, you'll find that Cunard fares tend to be more expensive than those on other lines. From the moment you step onboard, you'll be immersed in a world of sophistication that highlights exclusive amenities, gourmet dining, and personalized service

What it's like on the world's last ocean liner: Cunard’s Queen Mary 2

There’s more than one way to cross the Atlantic Ocean to reach the Old Country. 

While most travelers choose the speedy and efficient method of flight, a voyage on a cruise ship is the classic way to enjoy a transatlantic journey.

I hopped on Cunard’s legendary Queen Mary 2 for my first crossing, going eastbound from New York City’s Brooklyn Cruise Terminal to Southampton to see exactly what seven days at sea feels like.

Cunard cancels cruises into Spring 2021

Cunard announced on Tuesday that due to the current pandemic, the cruise line has cancelled its sailings well into 2021.

Cunard president Simon Palethorpe spoke in a video posted to Cunard's website to convey the scope of the changes, "After very careful consideration and reviewing the latest guidance, we simply do not feel it would be sensible to start sailing again with our current schedule so we have reviewed future itineraries."

Queen Elizabeth

The Queen Elizabeth will have her sailings cancelled up to up to March 25, 2021.

Carnival denies rumors it will sell Cunard or Seabourn cruise lines

Carnival Corporation denied rumors swirling around the internet that it would sell Cunard and Seabourn cruise lines.

Rumors began circulating online on Wednesday that Carnival was eyeing the sale of the two brands, according to "cruise insiders".

The fact that Carnival has been shedding cruise ships during its voluntary cruise suspension seemed to make the idea it would sell those lines logical.

Cunard cancels all of its cruises until November

Cunard Cruises announced today it has extended its cruise suspension by cancelling all sailings until November due to coronavirus.

Cunard President Simon Palethorpe said the cruise line is canceling all sailings on the Queen Elizabeth ship departing through Nov. 23, as well as those on Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria through Nov. 1.

Cunard announces its Winter 2020-2021 sailings

Cunard has today unveiled its winter 2020 – 2021 sailings with exciting new destinations and more variety than ever before that will see the famous fleet, including the world’s only ocean liner Queen Mary 2, visit incredible places across the globe.

From November 2020 to May 2021, Cunard’s three ships will travel 139,000 nautical miles, calling at 94 destinations in 38 different countries, including three maiden calls to Hualien, Miyakojima and New Plymouth.

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