Cunard's QM2 Kicks Off Transatlantic Season

   May 17, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

On Thursday, May 17, Cunard’s flagship liner RMS Queen Mary 2 returns to homeport of New York for her Transatlantic Season. Following a successful World Cruise season 2018, QM2 resumes regularly-scheduled service across the Atlantic ocean, a route which began 178 years ago.

Queen Mary 2 Transatlantic Crossing offers passengers a unique escape from day to day life. For 7 nights in the North Atlantic, between New York and England, passengers have the time to dive deeper into their passions, explore creative expressions, and hone professional projects that range from sketching and journal writing, to polishing musical scores, screenplays, and more.

Cunard RMS QM2

Passengers can choose from a multitude of onboard activities, from cocktail mixology and wine tasting, to painting, fencing, ballroom dancing lessons, as well as exploring the largest library at sea or pondering the mysteries of universe in the only planetarium at sea.

Line’s Insights program offers experts from various industries on every cruise, holding Q&As and workshops throughout the crossing. Cunard is offering special event Crossings throughout 2018 season, such as collaborations with NY Fashion Week, International Space Week and

QM2 passengers also have the opportunity to travel with their 4-legged companions as Queen Mary 2 is the only ship with kennels onboard for cats and dogs.

The liner will embark on 24 Transatlantic Crossings between May and December 2018. The Big Balcony Event makes Cunard's Transatlantic Crossings even more irresistible with fares from US$999 and up to US$1,400 free onboard credit per stateroom, free drinks and free gratuities in Princess Grill and Queens Grill suites.

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