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In 1839, Cunard cruises were appointed the Royal Mail Ship by Queen Victoria and come 2010, Cunard cruises will launch the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship. Cunard cruises have been unmatched in the kind of services they offer. They basically operate from New York to Northern Europe, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Azores, Madeira, Canaries, Canada, America, Scandinavia and the Iceland and Baltic. Like the great cruise line that it is, Cunard cruises offer special discounts and deals to its clientele base.

Those on vacation alone will not feel lonely as people on board are always ready to welcome you. After an orientation cocktail party during the first might, you’ll get to participate in various activities that will bring you close to other people. You also get an opportunity to meet invited guests, explorers, entrepreneurs, actors, poets, authors, and politicians as they present informal lecturers and seminars. You get an opportunity to participate in ‘Science at Sea”, a program that involves talks, seminars and discussions that address the current scientific issues.

The dress code during the day is casual but the evening might change to formal or elegant causal. Depending on the grade of your stateroom, you get a dinning arrangement for the formal events organized. Cunard Cruises are arguably the most romantic places in the entire industry where you get to wed, renew your vows, honeymoon and just relish a great time of your life.

The ships themselves are amazing and impressive boasting of curved staircases, polished woods, posh fabrics, and stunning artwork to name but a few. If you want to experience luxury and glamour like no other, Cunard cruises are your best bet. Gym, gaming decks, spa, promenade deck, garden lounge, pools, whirlpools, and outstanding food is what completes the entire Cunard Cruise package, justifying the reason why it is the best choice for many.

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