Our first visit to OZ.
We joined the QM2 Sydney to Hong Kong. It turned out to be the perfect Cruise. The sea was calm and the weather good. There were a fair few sea days but we really enjoyed them, mainly relaxing out in the fresh ...
Chose this cruise, Sydney to Hong Kong on QM2 to get a sample of Cunard Line, not so much the ports.
Always been on my bucket list to try QM2.
Embarkation in Sydney was very good, efficient, only had to wait half an hour to embark.
Britannia restaurant had excellent food and service for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Our cabin steward was the most helpful and hard working man, friendly but unobtrusive and he always had the cabin looking immaculate.
All the ...
I enjoy the short coastal cruises offered by Cunard. They allow me to escape from my otherwise busy schedule. The uncrowded feel of an ocean liner rather than the glitz of a cruise ship is the most appealing aspect of the Cunard offering. ...
we chose this ship to celebrate our Diamond wedding anniv on the day of departure (I was actually born on the day QM was launched) and its juicy itinerary. .having cruised about 120 times all around the world the three places that had ...
After raising my concerns on Face book and twitter I was informed that they were experiencing technical difficulties at check-in so could only apologise for the inconvenience. To be assured they are working to resolve this issue as quickly ...
We have cruised 5 times on other lines but this was a "Bucket List" cruise for us. We felt we were very lucky to get any disability cabin, let alone in Princess Grill. Embarkation in Sydney was fairly smooth, and we were on board ...
My husband and I chose this Cunard cruise as it afforded us the opportunity to try a voyage on a cruise liner which is world renowned.
Embarkation and disembarkation went extremely smoothly. All staff polite and professional.
We had ...
Cunard was the only shipping line I considered. Reason being, that the choice was about the class and quality of the ship and its services, what a misguided perception. Sadly Cunard no longer represent either their own publicity nor their ...
Always wanted to cruise on Queen Mary 2 and experience the legend, Cunard and the past splendour of a transatlantic ocean liner. It was also my first cruise. Sailing from Sydney to Tasmania - return seemed a good way to enjoy this ...
The opportunity to travel on QM2 was too good to pass up and the 5 night itinerary afforded me the opportunity to travel in a Queens Grill suite. The itinerary was a round trip from Sydney, visiting Port Arthur and Hobart.
Cunard was chosen based on refreshing standards and a £90-million transformation in 2016. QM2's refurbishment. Embarkation took five to six hours no refreshments etc very poor service a lot of time wasted all stuffed into a small ...
The itinerary was the most appealing factor.a chance to go to Okinowa,Egypt, Taiwan and Brunei very juicy
UnfortunatelyCunard cancelled all four and a very short time before we sailed
Christmas Eve we received the email
We boarded the QM2 on January 10th sailing from Southampton to Cape Town. Embarkation was very good. Stateroom 5319 with enclosed balcony. Not as clean as expected, one light fitting tied on with plastic ties as it was obviously broken. ...
For 799 USD on a balcony incl. 850 USD OBC you better go than staying home.
Embarkation was "disappointing" since the weather was foggy and rainy. So not a real welcome feeling with a great farewell out of New York like we had ...
This was our second TA on QM2 - we had previously travelled in Princess Grill but this was a treat so we splashed out on Queens Grill - expectations were high!
Embarkation in Brooklyn was a mess - we were held in a packed ...
Xmas/New Year Getaway:
Was Wonderful. This is our 16th cruise & my spouse claims it as the BEST. We were familiar with NYC because we live in Montreal & had been there many times so we simply flew down, stayed in a nice ...
I primarily chose this cruise because of its reputation for ballroom dancing. It was also a great convenience to sail from Brooklyn.
I enjoyed the interior of the ship. It was a pleasure to walk through. I enjoyed hearing the variety ...
This was the 2nd time that we embarked on the carribean cruise but first time with transatlantic crossings.
The staff were as last time, wonderful.
The room on deck four was adequate but we could hear the old guy in the room next ...
this was our first Cruise ever and what a way to start - we travelled as a family Me my wife and sons aged 18 and 21 - to think 70 years ago this was the only way to get to New York made the trip even more interesting - Arriving in ...
We decided to tick another thing off the bucket list and booked a transatlantic cruise from Southampton to New York as part of our big 30th anniversary celebration. From initial booking to receiving final documentation, all was very easy ...
I chose Princess Grill accommodations for a December/Christmas crossing on the QM2 (room 10.036). The upgrade from standard Balcony Suites is well worth the cost, if it is within your budget. The room is wonderful and the Princess Grill ...
We've sailed Cunard 9 times including 6 Transatlantic crossings on the QM2. We love the interior design of the ships, so many lovely spacious public rooms where one can relax and enjoy the experience. We love the variety of things to do ...
Where am I ?, Well mid Atlantic actually, and travelling over a relatively smooth, rough ocean. The decks are closed again as they always seem to be on transatlantic crossings during the winter months and everyone appears to ...
Friends had fortunate experiences and we were looking to see if Cunard could be a standard way of traveling from the US to Europe, South Africa, Australia, and through the Panama Canal. The answer was a definite NO! we now don't even want ...
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