"on the day we were flying to Fort Lauderdale (the day before the cruise), I awoke to see an email from Cunard stating that there was COVID on board the Queen Mary to the extent that extra measures were being put in place: we would be required to wear a mask at all times in the ship except when in our cabins and whilst eating.Internet has always been dodgy on the Queen Mary 2 but when we’ve sailed in the past, there’s been enough to do, being out and about in the ship has been a breath of fresh air (pardon the pun,) that only being able to access the Internet for an hour or two a day (and you were only paying for that hour or two) wasn’t an issue...."Read More
1-2 of 2 Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) to the Transatlantic Cunard Queen Mary 2 (QM2) Cruise Reviews
We chose this cruise because we lost a beloved pet in February and decided we needed to get away. Having sailed on the Queen Mary 2 many times before pre-COVID, always from Brooklyn, we were intrigued to try sailing from Fort Lauderdale. We thought we'd found the perfect vacation plan: sail on the Queen Mary 2 from Fort Lauderdale, spend a week in England and then sail on the Queen Elizabeth ...
This was handily the worst cruise experience of my life. I've cruised since being a child, largely with family and this was no different. Now at 24 I went to Ft. Lauderdale filled with excitement to board my first Cunard - The Queen Mary 2 no less.
Surprise from the onset, not the good kind. Due to increasing cases of COVID-19 on the ship we were being tested at the port. Before we boarded. ...