Celebrate The New Golden Age Of Ocean TravelJoin the legendary Transatlantic Crossing aboard Queen Mary 2and experience unforgettable days to revel in activities and fascinating enrichment programmes. Relax in the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, browse the books in the largest library collection at sea, attend lavish Royal Nights balls, and indulge in our traditional Afternoon Tea in the Queens Room.
Queen Mary 2 is the grandest, most magnificent ocean liner ever built. She's a true heir to the timeless elegance, legacy and inspiration of the great Cunard liners of legend. You'll notice it the moment you walk through her doors into her soaring Grand Lobby, and be awed from the first instance you experience the famous Cunard White Star Service.
Yet this sophisticated monarch also boasts the most modern luxuries and amenities - from the pampering services of the only Canyon Ranch SpaClub® on the seas to the fascinating Cultural Enrichment Programme led by prestigious experts. This regal royal must truly be seen to be believed.Come live the adventure.Click here for the 101 Things To Do on a Queen Mary 2 Transatlantic Crossing.Details & Availability
Government Taxes and Fees: $34.13 Currency: USD
Port Details - SouthamptonThe United Kingdom's premier passenger ship port, Southampton was home to the great transatlantic liners of yesteryear. The port serves as your gateway to Southern England’s magnificent historic sites, national landmarks, charming villages as well as the great metropolis of London. It is an ideal starting or ending point for a memorable voyage.Thing to Do / Highlights
STONEHENGEEurope’s most famous prehistoric landmark was built in several stages beginning circa 3,000 B.C.SALISBURYThe city is home to a 13th century cathedral and boasts the best-preserved medieval city walls in England.BEAULIEUThis idyllic riverside village is home to Beaulieu Palace, the ruins of 12th century Beaulieu Abbey, and the internationally acclaimed Beaulieu Motor Museum.LONDONThe great centre of commerce is, of course, home to Westminster abbey, Parliament, and Buckingham Palace.PORTSMOUTHPortsmouth has served as the home of the Royal Navy since the days of Henry VIII.NEW FORESTEngland’s largest surviving expanse of woodland was originally William the Conqueror’s personal hunting preserve.WINCHESTERThe Anglo-Norman cathedral features magnificent choir stalls, 15th-century stone reredos, and beautiful stained glass windows.