All about Cunard Cruise Line

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Cunard is the only cruise line that offers regularly scheduled TransAtlantic crossings. As for sophisticated, well-seasoned travelers who want to continent hop without experiencing a whit of jet lag - this is how they do it.

Cunard’s Military Discount

As of May 8th, 2016 Cunard announced a military discount policy that is clear, generous and comprehensive. It is exactly like Princess’ military discount policy, in which an onboard credit was offered on every sailing!

This special military benefit is eligible on any cruise, any time of the year and can be used to purchase a wide variety of amenities and experiences on your Princess cruise ship.

Remember, the rates shown on line do NOT include OUR ADDITIONAL military discount. So be sure to CALL us to book once you’ve decided which ship and sail date you'd prefer so we can add our discount off Cunard's lowest rate! 866-964-5482


Cunard's Military Benefits: Free Onboard Spending Money*

Cruise Length Amount
14 days or longer $250 per person
7 – 13 days $100 per person
6 days or less $50 per person

This offer is good for only the first or second berth occupied by the military person. Once approved, the onboard spending money will be automatically applied to any cruise you book with Cunard and is combinable with other deals.


The Cunard Military Discount from Military Cruise Deals

All military personnel, active, retired and discharged (and their friends and family) qualify for a discounted cruise rate from us at Military cruise deals. In addition to this rate reduction, we will often offer an onboard credit and discounted travel insurance as well!

This additional discount from us is built into the price you see on our Web site. Shop around and see for yourself that our rates on all Cunard cruises are lower than anyone elses, even rates directly from Cunard!

Feel free to book on our Web site, or call and let us help you book to make sure you get all discounts applied! 866-964-5482


What’s special about Cunard? White Star Service and much more...

When you step on a Cunard ship, it’ll feel like you’re in a huge English estate and you’ll be greeted by someone in white gloves who appears very much to have the dignity and grace of a well-trained butler. It’s all very hoity-toity, and people love it!

If Cunard has a specialty, it would be providing sophisticated, cultured entertainment while at sea. They have succeeded to providing enough to keep guests happily occupied if they desire.

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Cunard has the largest ballroom and library at sea, the only planetarium, the first Todd English restaurant, performances and workshops by members of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, enrichment classes and programs, black tie dinners, Royal Nights, theme balls, West-End style productions, Veuve Clicquot champagne cocktails and more. Whew!

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Cunard’s Ships - 3 Queens

Although Cunard has been in the seafaring business for over 170 years, it’s fleet of three ships is very youthful.

Queen Victoria - built in 2007, 90,000 tons, average 2000 passengers
All future cruises on the Victoria!

Queen Elizabeth - built in 2010, same size as Victoria,
All future cruises on Elizabeth!

Queen Mary - built in 2003, refurbished in 2008, 150,000 tons, average 2600 passengers per voyage
All future cruises on the Mary!

The Queen Mary has five ‘apartments’ which are two stories high, are between 1500 and 2200 square feet, and have two-story glass walls, providing breathtaking sea views overlooking the ship’s stern.

Queen’s Grill suites are luxurious wonders of up to 2131 square feet, with marble bathrooms and whirlpools.
But even the standard room will exceed anyone’s expectations for cruise ship accommodations. See below!