A passenger has died following a fall from Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth cruise ship. The passenger, who has not been named, fell from a tender while the ship was docked at Sihanoukville, Cambodia. The ship is on a 112-night world cruise which and left Southampton on January 10th.
Cunard and venerable jazz label Blue Note Records have announced an exciting entertainment partnership, which will debut on Cunard’s flagship, Queen Mary 2, on October 29th, 2015. Guests onboard will embark on a very special transatlantic crossing, featuring intimate jazz performances by the Blue Note 75th Anniversary All Star Band, Our Point of View, formed for the label’s milestone anniversary in 2014.
The Queen Mary retired from passenger service in 1967. As the world’s best known ocean liner she made more than 1100 crossings to New York; ferried over 800,000 Allied personnel during WWII; became synonymous with Royalty, and epitomised Hollywood celebrity travel.
The stage is set and final voyage tickets are selling as Cunard Line prepares for the return of Grammy® Award-winning singer-songwriter James Taylor and his band during the 27 August 2014 Transatlantic Crossing.
The Queen Elizabeth – the newest ocean liner of luxury cruise line Cunard - will make her maiden Abu Dhabi call at the UAE capital’s Zayed Port cruise terminal next week. The AED 2billion Queen Elizabeth - the latest Cunard liner to carry the name of the current British monarch - will spend the day in Zayed Port as part of her 2014 World Cruise, and will return next April joining the line’s flagship Queen Mary 2 as one of two scheduled ports-of-call for Cunard’s 2015 world cruise programmes celebrating the company’s 175th anniversary.
Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2 will celebrate her first ten years of service in 2014. Since her naming by Her Majesty the Queen in January 2004, Queen Mary 2 has undertaken a total of 419 voyages including over 200 Transatlantic Crossings and called at 182 ports in 60 countries.
Cunard Line has renewed its commitment to the joy of dressing up aboard “The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World” with an update to its dress codes, while at the same time encouraging the loosening of ties on its less formal nights.
On 12 March 2013, Cunard Line’s Queen Elizabeth and the legendary Queen Mary will make history when they meet for the first time in a Cunard Royal Rendezvous in Long Beach Harbor. This rare evening encounter will be open to the public and will feature traditional whistle salutes between the ships and conclude with a fireworks display.
The Queen Mary 2 - the luxury flagship of the Cunard Line - will make her maiden call at Abu Dhabi when she visits the Mina Zayed cruise terminal later this month. The US $880million cruise liner - built in 2004 to replace the illustrious Queen Elizabeth 2 - will spend the day in Mina Zayed before sailing for Cochin in India.
Sport never stops and now nor will sports coverage on board Cunard or P&O Cruises ships with the arrival of the 24-hour live sports channel ‘Sport 24’ across both fleets. Sport 24 is produced and distributed by IMG Media, a division of IMG Worldwide, the global sports, fashion and media company.