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CUNARD - QUEEN MARY 2: 11-Night "Royal Hawaiian Liner" Roundtrip Los Angeles
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From the most famous purveyors of ocean liners comes the most anticipated ship in modern times - the supremely elegant, beautifully designed Queen Mary 2. The accolades continue to come as this vessel, widely touted as the biggest, longest, tallest, widest and most expensive ever, continues to her transatlantic, Caribbean, European and South America journeys. If you've missed the media coverage, here's a summary:
  • She's big! At 150,000 tons, Queen Mary is currently the largest ocean liner ever built - and at a pricey $800 million - the most expensive. By almost every measure, she's superlative.
  • She's luxurious! Elegant, 5-star dining rooms (ten restaurants in all!); beautifully appointed show rooms; a full-service "Canyon Ranch SpaClub;" a spacious "Winter Garden;" five pools, $5 million worth of art commissioned just for her; and much more.
  • She's spacious! Every stateroom measures at least 194 square feet - far above the industry average. Most staterooms offer a private balcony; and the suites! - fit for royalty (and frequently reserved for them, as well)! Plus, there are over thirty public rooms aboard the QM2 - from the giant Royal Court Theatre to the intimate Commodore Club.
  • She's fast! The QM2 moves - quickly. Her hull and mighty engines have been designed to slice through the sea at speeds up to 30 knots - almost 35 mph!
  • She's unique! No other ship afloat offers the features and facilities of the QM2: the only seagoing planetarium; the largest library afloat; the largest ballroom afloat; and the only "Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar" and Todd English Restaurant at sea!
Call her luxurious, call her unique, but don't call her a cruise ship; the QM2 is an ocean liner! The distinction is an important one as this ship is as tough as she is beautiful - well-stabilized and tough enough to handle the often rough waters of the North Atlantic. And her wealth of shipboard facilities and activities (including a cultural enrichment program with 7 classrooms and a 500-seat auditorium with classes ranging from fashion to foreign languages) promises there's more to do than time to do it!


To read more about QM2 Statistics and Trivia - Click here -

.Recommended for:
.Not Recommended for:
  • Sophisticated, well-traveled passengers who prefer an upscale ocean liner experience.
  • Curious cruisers who want to discover a unique shipboard environment or sample shipboard life during the "Golden Years" of ocean liner travel.
  • Passengers who prefer Old World traditions, New World technology and uncompromising service levels.
  • "Party-hearty" travelers looking for an alternative to a Las-Vegas vacation
  • Passengers who prefer total flexibility in dining times and dress codes
  • Budget-minded vacationers

ShipShopper Index™:
Year Built:
2004
Size Category:
Very large (150,000 tons)
Passengers:
1,950
"Elbowroom" Factor:
Spacious
Outside Cabins:
77%
Balcony Cabins:
72%
Sister Ships:
None
Length:
1,131feet
Width:
131feet
Crew:
1,300
Registration: UK

Cruise Itinerary
 DATE PORT ARRIVE DEPART
  DAY 1  LOS ANGELES    05:00 PM
  DAY 2  At sea    
  DAY 3  At sea    
  DAY 4  At sea    
  DAY 5  Lahaina (Maui)  08:00 AM  06:00 PM
  DAY 6  Honolulu (Oahu)  08:00 AM  11:00 PM
  DAY 7  Kailua-Kona (Hawaii)  08:00 AM  05:00 PM
  DAY 8  At sea    
  DAY 9  At sea    
  DAY 10  At sea    
  DAY 11  Ensenada (technical stop)    
  DAY 12  LOS ANGELES  06:00 AM  

Cruising Calendar

 
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