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  • Aims for big-ship luxury; still has "Golden Era" feel
  • Classic trans-Atlantic crossings as well as other itineraries
  • Afternoon tea is a white-glove affair
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54 Cunard New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook) Cruise Reviews

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My husband and I truly enjoy the Cunard ships and especially enjoy transatlantic crossings on the QM2. The last three ... Read more
If you haven't recently sailed on her PLEASE do not believe most of the negative reviews. The Queen Mary 2 is stunning ... Read more
Having read a number of negative reviews of the QM2 on this site, I wanted to provide a different view. My husband and ... Read more
Merry Christmas Hoogsteen
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What a lovely way to spend Christmas and New Year's Eve. Out first time with Cunard but definitely will not be the ... Read more
Just returned from the Caribbean Fiesta aboard the Queen Mary 2, a 12 night excursion from New York visiting 5 ... Read more
this is the second year that I've been fortunate enough to spend the holidays on the QM2. My mother does not like to ... Read more
This was our first experience of Cunard and were well aware that there is a subtle difference between a Liner and. ... Read more
This was our seventh time on QM2 and the first six were in Queens Grill but this time we had spent a month in the US on ... Read more
Embarkation in Brooklyn was a doddle, staff pleasant, security efficient, arrived at around noon and onboard by 12.30. ... Read more
Having listened to friends who have sailed on the QM2 we decided that we would take a trip on this ship to celebrate ... Read more
This was our first time on any Cunard ship, and it did not disappoint. My review is likely aimed more at those who have ... Read more
AMAZING brendy47
I hate cruising! This, however, was a transatlantic crossing in a 5* floating hotel, with masses to do and wonderful ... Read more
First, I want to thank previous reviewers on the items that helped us the most: Packing - the North Atlantic is ... Read more
This was our second cruise on the QM2, the first being a TA in 2009. I must say that the liner looks pretty much the ... Read more
Transfer from La Guardia: Easy to find Cunard representative at baggage claim. Our flight was delayed departing so we ... Read more
We booked our trip to celebrate my Husbands 60th birthday & paid quite a lot more to have our New York stay with ... Read more
Bad choices Jimsgirl
I booked for 22 days TA East/Channel / Norway/TA West. I also booked Cunard's Hotel/transport package. at a cost of ... Read more
Fantastic Voyage Racer_Jim
My wife and I are veteran cruisers. However, we had never taken a voyage on an ocean liner until we sailed with the ... Read more
Still a favorite...but..... Mary from Hawaii
We fist traveled in her maiden year, 2004 and have completed a total of 4 transatlantic trips, 3 east bound, one west ... Read more
This was my second crossing on the Queen Mary, having previously crossed a number of years ago to Fort Lauderdale. ... Read more
First cruise ever and I was awestruck. Embarkation was very speedy - taxi to stateroom in 20 minutes; luggage arrived ... Read more
This was my 5th time on the QM2, and this time my wife and I decided to take our toddler and in-laws, who have never ... Read more
This was our third transatlantic voyage on the QM2. NYC-SOU-HAM-SOU-NYC..18-days. We left Brooklyn on June 13th in a ... Read more
Check in went fast because as a ''Grills'' passenger I got to bypass the “steerage” line – non Grill, ... Read more
We just got off the Queen Mary 2 Independence Day cruise. NYC to Halifax, then to Boston and back to NYC. Many troubles ... Read more

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