Sunday, April 8, 2012

More Sea Days on Queen Mary 2 Crossings

For cruise travelers who enjoy days at sea, nothing is more satisfying than a Transatlantic Crossing and Cunard Line’s grand ocean liner Queen Mary 2, will sail a total of 17 of those iconic voyages between New York and Southampton from May 2013 to Jan 2014.

In addition to their flagship’s popular 7-day Transatlantic sailings, Cunard will introduce two 8-day Crossings, providing guests with even more of Queen Mary 2’s exceptional travel experience and more time to enjoy the unique sense of timelessness that only a Transatlantic voyage provides. If that isn’t enough, extended 9- and 10-day Crossings between New York and Hamburg will also be available.

These longer Crossings offer additional time to explore the ship’s extensive on board amenities and activities, including lectures through the award-winning Cunard Insights program; stargazing in the only planetarium at sea; white-gloved afternoon tea served in the Queens Room or a spin around the dance floor during a Royal Nights themed ball; taking in a performance or workshop by members of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; or perusing the 8,000 volumes in the largest library at sea.

Select Cunard Line European itineraries may be combined with Transatlantic Crossings on either side, creating a divine “Grand” voyage.

Take a look at what a Transatlantic Crossing aboard Queen Mary 2 is all about with Cruise Diva: Crossing the Atlantic in Royal Style. Before you ask... no, we didn’t encounter any icebergs.

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