P&O Cruises

WHEN CUNARD WAS FOUNDED IN 1840, it changed the face of ocean travel forever. On July 4, 1840, the RMS Britannia left Liverpool, UK, on a scheduled service across the Atlantic – establishing a world first and a tradition that continues today. Eighty years later, Cunard would launch another world first: the continuous circumnavigation of the globe by a passenger liner. Since that departure in 1922, Cunard has undertaken more world cruises than any other cruise company. Nearly 100 years on, this travel experience is still an aspiration for many holidaymakers.

Today, passengers can travel in luxury on any number of voyages on Cunard’s three magnificent ships: the flagship ocean liner Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth. Each ship carries guests in unparalleled style from the moment they step aboard, providing a world of freedom and possibility. Want to try fencing? Maybe you’d like to learn to tango, or listen to an astronaut? Or simply relax with a cocktail in one of the beautiful atriums. Whatever you choose, its famous White Star Service ensures every journey is extraordinary.

To give back, Cunard is a partner of The Prince’s Trust: an organisation that offers disadvantaged youth support to achieve their potential. In 2018, The Prince’s Trust expanded its scope to include young people in Australia and New Zealand.

For more information, visit www.cunard.com/en-au.

 
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"I have been on a Cunard cruise. They really look after you."

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"I think Cunard offer premium quality cruises which makes me think of them as offering a higher quality experience than other operators."

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