The Queen Elizabeth has kicked off Cunard’s return to Alaska after arriving in its west coast homeport of Vancouver, Canada. The ship will sail four ten-night round-trip voyages out of Vancouver in 2019, and ten more in 2020.
In response to requests from travel agents, luxury cruise line Cunard has announced a Liverpool departure for later in the year. The Queen Mary 2 will depart on a 14-night Northern Atlantic Westbound Crossing, which includes Iceland, Canada and New York.
Simon Rawlings (David Collins Studio), Terry McGillicuddy (Richmond International) and Sybille de Margerie (Sybille de Margerie Paris) are already working with the ship’s creative director, Adam Tihany
P&O Cruises has confirmed vice president of marketing, Christopher Edgington, will be leaving the Carnival-owned company. At the same time, Cunard vice president of UK sales and international development, David Rousham, will also depart.
Cunard has signed designer Adam Tihany as creative director of its upcoming new ship. Tihany will oversee the entire interior design process of the anticipated, but still unnamed ship, which will join the Cunard fleet in 2022.
There are 14 overnight stays and 19 late evening departures, with an average time in port of ten and a half hours which will allow our international guests an opportunity to explore the most spectacular destinations at their leisure.
Luxury cruise brand Cunard today announced it is adding a fourth ship to its fleet. Carnival Corporation - the world’s largest cruise company and parent of the Cunard brand - has signed a memorandum of agreement with Fincantieri, Italy, to build a new ship that will join the Cunard fleet in 2022.
Luxury cruise brand Cunard today announced it is adding a fourth ship to its fleet. This investment is part of the company’s ambitious plans for the future of Cunard globally.
Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth luxury cruise liner met HMS Queen Elizabeth for the first time earlier. The rendezvous of the two ships, that share the same name and who were both christened by The Queen, took place in the Moray Firth off the coast of Scotland during Queen Elizabeth’s 13-night tour of the British Isles.
The Queen Mary 2 is very much a floating resort with not only suites and cabins, but also a host of dining and entertainment options being provided for the on board guests. But, with the liner being at out at sea for numerous days at a time, how is the smooth running of the ‘resort’ conducted? Phil Blizzard talks to Robert Howie, hotel general manager of the vessel, for this edition of TravelTalk.