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Established in 1840, Cunard is by far the oldest and most famous name in ocean travel and the cruise business. Once the dominant carrier on the North Atlantic route, Cunard remains the sole provider of regularly scheduled crossings, plus cruise programs based in the U.S. and Great Britain catering to largely North American, British and European markets. Cunard is part of the vast Carnival Corp.

passengers are assigned to one of the four reserved-seating restaurants according to the level of cabin accommodations they've booked.

Perhaps the most famous feature of the Cunard Grills experience is the exclusive dining options available to guests. Since 1914, the Grill Room dining area has offered a more intimate dining experience to that of the main venue. After celebrities and royalty enjoyed the experience offered, it quickly became the most sought after place to be seen whilst cruising the Atlantic.

The 132-seat Princess Grill and 142-seat Queens Grill restaurants offer a wonderful interior aesthetic that consists of wood-panelled walls, shades of cream and brown, bronze mirrors and faux gold panels. Guests can dine from extensive menus at breakfast, lunch and dinner; whilst an experienced wine sommelier will offer assistance on choosing the ideal partnering wines. Lobster thermidor, Dover sole and Chateaubriand are just a few of the regional, indulgent specialities on offer.

Princess Grill

Queens Grill diners are also provided with a menu, although it is merely a guide to the endless possibilities available. Following Cunard tradition, the staff will adhere to any request on or off the menu, provided it is available. If a particular item is not available, the staff will strive to acquire the ingredients necessary to create your perfect dish.

Queens Grill

Princess and Queens Grill diners can choose to dine any time between 6:30pm and 9:00pm in the respective dining rooms. Alternatively, guests can also order from the full Grills menu and dine in their suite.

Make a dramatic entrance down the grand staircase into the elegant Britannia two tier dining room and revel in the sumptuous menus and perfectly attentive service. Choose between an early or late sitting or book a Britannia Club Balcony stateroom and enjoy single-seating dining in the intimate Britannia Club restaurant.

Brittania Restaurant

The fleet:
When completed in 2003, the Queen Mary 2 was the largest passenger ship ever built, until she was exceeded in tonnage by the ever-growing Royal Caribbean ships. Running mate Queen Elizabeth 2 was retired and sold to Dubai in November 2008 as a floating attraction. In December 2007, the 90,000-ton Queen Victoria arrived, and although she faithfully maintains Cunard traditions, as well as offering period interiors, her hull dimensions, lack of significant extra strengthening and slower speed put her in the category of a cruise ship rather than an ocean liner built for express crossings. Queen Elizabeth, a close sister ship with period art-deco interiors, entered service in October 2010 to mostly operate from Britain.

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Mary 2

Queen Victoria

Cunard Cruise Training

We ensure that staff have experience of sailing on cunard ships as well as undertaking extensive cunard training courses.

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