Cunard Line Ltd

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Cunard's legacy is born of the Golden Age of ocean travel; a time when crossing the Atlantic was a gala event unto itself, reserved almost exclusively for the rich and famous. In that bygone era Cunard quickly became the cruise line of choice for the transatlantic journey, due mainly to the fine amenities and close attention to detail of their floating palaces. The Cunard line's opulent ships are festooned in art deco and Edwardian excesses.

Each and every guest on a Cunard transatlantic cruise is bathed in attention and elegance befitting a king or queen. When Cunard first became a name in cruising, word quickly spread to the great celebrities of the day and Cunard ships became the 'places to be seen' among the elite. Famous personalities from all walks of life could be found strolling along the decks and attending lavish cocktail parties on board in their most elegant formal attire. Luxury travel was defined by Cunard and remains so to this day.

By building their modern, luxurious ships the Queen Elizabeth 2 and the Queen Mary 2, Cunard Cruise Line continues their tradition in this fabulous form of travel. Cunard will be adding the Queen Victoria in December 2007, once again committing itself to the high quality trips of the early 20th century. On a Cunard transatlantic cruise, the ships are as exciting as the journey itself.

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