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QM2 Cunard 175

The 2nd and 4th July were the real 175 celebrations for Cunard. Beginning in their homeport on a cloudy but dry July day, the Red Arrows had to cancel their 25 minute display at 3.05pm due to weather at Bournemouth airport. 135 more words

Ship Stalking

Today in History: Cunard founded in 1840

Today in History: Cunard founded in 1840

175 years ago today, Samuel Cunard founded the first transatlantic boat service, a company called the British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, which quickly became known as the Cunard Line. 55 more words

Vintage Posters

Queen Mary 2

been to town to see the Queen Mary …she’s looking good!



One way and another, it has been quite an eventful few days in the cruise industry. And at least two of the biggest stories originate, or at least impact, on the potentially burgeoning cruise trade in and around Cuba, 412 more words

Stylish, Elegant Travel With Some Delightful Twists And Surprises...

QE2: past - present - future?

” I name this ship Queen Elizabeth the second. May God bless her and all who sail in her” were the exact words used by Queen Elizabeth II to officially launch the ship on 20 September 1967. 743 more words


Cunard’s Summer Sale and Exotic Cruises Early Savers

Treat yourself to the perfect autumn holiday and save hundreds of pounds when booking your dream holiday with Cunard this July. Whether it’s a Mediterranean getaway aboard Queen Elizabeth or an iconic Transatlantic Crossing on Cunard’s flagship liner Queen Mary 2 – book an Early Saver Fare between 1-13 July, 2015 and enjoy huge savings as part of our Summer Sale. 164 more words