Cunard Mexican Riviera Cruise Reviews

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  • Aims for big-ship luxury; still has "Golden Era" feel
  • Classic transatlantic crossings as well as other itineraries
  • Afternoon tea is a white-glove affair
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6 Cunard Mexican Riviera Cruise Reviews
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Dancer Bob
Member Since 2008
11 reviews
1,649 forum post
1 helpful vote
Sailed February 2011
Queen Victoria Voyage 105, Los Angeles-Ensenada-Los Angeles, February 2011. This was a short 4 day sampler cruise, drawing many passengers from the US West Coast. This cruise was per day, the most expensive I have ever taken, and chosen ... Read more
Member Since 2009
6 reviews
Sailed February 2011
WHITE STAR SERVICE (Part 2) We have just finished our second cruise on Cunard's Queen Victoria. We had tried this cruise line once before (please read White Star Service Part 1 August 2008). This will give you a very unbiased report ... Read more
John Clearwater
1 review
The inaugural tandem trans-Atlantic crossing by Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth 2 was a wonderful experience that shall not likely be repeated in my lifetime. I am so glad that I sailed on this wonderful and grand true ocean liner, and I ... Read more
Wally Rutherford
1 review
Starting my 30th year as a cruise ship traveler I booked on the new QM2 (delivered Jan 2004) for the Three Continents cruise from March 26 to April 12th............ The QM2 is a large ship and it is difficult to get around due to its ... Read more
Marvin Hopper
1 review
We flew from Nashville to Miami & were then bussed to Port Everglades for boarding the ship. This was the first east bound voyage for this BIG, beautiful ship. But that is a major part of the problem that prevents enjoying this ship ... Read more
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Member Since 2004
1 review
1,502 forum post
I sailed with friends on Queen Mary 2's 17-night Three Continents Cruise on March 26th 2004, from Fort Lauderdale to Southampton, calling at Barbados, Dakar, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Madeira and Lisbon. This review however is only about ... Read more

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