We are heading off for a month in Europe, including two cruises

It has been a busy, busy spring. This week is particularly jammed as we are preparing to be away for almost a month. We are doing two very exciting cruises and tying them together with some time in Amsterdam. You will be reading about it all here on All ThingsCruise. Our itinerary begins like this: We first fly to New York and overnight before boarding the elegant Queen Mary 2 for a transatlantic cruise to Southampton, England. …

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Cunard Announces Queen Mary 2 Refit Plans

Cunard Announces Queen Mary 2 Refit Plans Flagship to Receive Significant Enhancements During Planned Dry Dock                                 Cunard Line has released details of the planned refit of the company’s flagship Queen Mary 2, in preparation for her eighth birthday in January 2012.  With major refurbishments and redesigns of carpets, curtains, bedcovers and linens, and other enhancements, a luxury cruise vacation will be …

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Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth – the youngest fleet at sea – met in New York Harbor

Amidst fireworks and much fanfare, on Jan. 13 Cunard Line’s flagship Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria joined the new Queen Elizabeth for her maiden call in New York, meeting for a historic Cunard Royal Rendezvous. Thousands of New Yorkers and Cunarders alike lined the shores of Manhattan, from Battery Park to Hudson River Park, to see the regal fleet gather for the first time. During a celebration that began with a 21-gun fireworks salute, the three …

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