Wanted: A Pair of Queens (or Three if You Got ‘Em)

May 18, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

As part of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee celebration next month, Cunard will be amassing its own royal trio — Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2. Coming at the tail end of a holiday weekend in Britain, the June 5 event promises to attract thousands to Southampton for a street festival, fireworks and a high-flying performance by the Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force Aerobatics Team. We’ll be covering the event from all angles, but first, we need your help. This isn’t the first time Cunard has brought its fleet together (the shot above is from New York City in 2011), and we’re sure there are plenty of pictures out there of previous rendezvous. Have you snapped a photo of two or three of the queens together? Send them to us at lido@cruisecritic.com and we’ll share them as the day approaches. If we select yours, we’ll send you a choice piece of swag.
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    One Response to “Wanted: A Pair of Queens (or Three if You Got ‘Em)”

    1. Andrew Kruglanski
      May 18th, 2012 @ 12:15 pm

      I love the Cunard three ship logo, but have some reservations about the cruise line. To a degree they seem to be running a class system, with passengers unable to mingle in certain areas of their ships. Although they are not the only cruise line doing it, I’ve heard they take it a step too far. I have never sailed Cunard. Can those of you who have comment on this policy? I’d like to understand it better.


      Andrew, Cruisin Susan blog, cruisesuz.com

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