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A steward on the old Queen Elizabeth takes his 'cruise virgin' brother on the new QE - what did they think?

Roy Miskelly was a steward in first class on the old Queen Elizabeth. His brother Kie – the editor of the Scottish edition of Metro newspaper – has never been on a cruise. 1,207 more words


Midge Ure to Join Cunard Atlantic Crossing

Legendary musician Midge Ure is to appear on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 during a transatlantic crossing bound for New York in September.

The seven-night Atlantic crossing departs Southampton on 20 September 2016, arriving in New York on 27 September.   49 more words


Weekly Press Review - 29 January 2016

The majestic Queen Elizabeth berthed in Cape Town harbour this week.  According to the press the vessel, Commanded by Commodore Christopher Rynd, will sail more than 36,000 nautical miles and visit 42 ports in 25 countries during her 120-day world cruise.  59 more words

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The Owner Who Saved Himself

When the Titanic sank in 1912, most of the blame for the disaster centered on White Star Line’s chairman and managing director, J. Bruce Ismay. After all, it was his ship that caused more than 1500 deaths on its maiden voyage. 430 more words


Cunard Stateroom upgrade offer

You know you’re going to get style on a CUNARD cruise add to that a cruise offer and you also know it’s going to be something special. 42 more words

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Nick Nairn talks Burns Night and Haggis as he joins Cunard’s British Isles Culinary Discovery

As one of the most celebrated events in the Scottish calendar, Burns Night, rapidly approaches Cunard is pleased to announce one of Scotland’s most respected chefs, Nick Nairn will join guests on board the first British Isles Culinary Discovery later this year. 157 more words


Life at Sea - Cunard Queen Mary 2

We are currently in New York and have survived the 7 day crossing of the Atlantic. This last week has been very surreal and but also sad as I never like goodbyes, so leaving family in Southampton wasn’t great. 556 more words