Southampton to New York 25 Oct 2007

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M735: Southampton to New York
October 25, 2007 – October 31, 2007
QueenMary2 – 6 days

EBS Fares from AUD $1,879

October 2007

25 Thu Southampton, England Depart 5:00 pm
26 Fri Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
27 Sat Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
28 Sun Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
29 Mon Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
30 Tue Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
31 Wed New York, USA Arrive 7:15 am
Double Occupancy Staterooms Brochure Fares
Queens Grill
Q1 Grand Duplex AUD $46,749
Q2 Duplex Apartments AUD $38,299
Q3 Royal Suites AUD $24,219
Q4 Penthouse AUD $18,169
Q5 Suites AUD $12,149
Q6 Suites AUD $10,129
Q7 Suites AUD $10,129
Princess Grill
P1 Junior Suite AUD $7,919
P2 Junior Suite AUD $7,519
P3 Junior Suite AUD $7,419
Britannia Club
AA Britannia Club Balcony AUD $5,159
Britannia Restaurant
A1 Deluxe Balcony AUD $4,699
A2 Deluxe Balcony AUD $4,499
A3 Deluxe Balcony AUD $4,299
B1 Premium Balcony AUD $3,589
B2 Premium Balcony AUD $3,489
B3 Premium Balcony AUD $3,389
B4 Premium Balcony AUD $3,289
B5 Premium Balcony AUD $3,089
B6 Premium Balcony AUD $3,089
C1 Standard Oceanview AUD $3,289
C2 Standard Oceanview AUD $3,089
C3 Standard Oceanview AUD $2,989
C4 Standard Oceanview AUD $2,989
D1 Atrium View Inside AUD $2,949
D2 Standard Inside AUD $2,899
D3 Standard Inside AUD $2,869
D4 Standard Inside AUD $2,829
D5 Standard Inside AUD $2,789
D6 Standard Inside AUD $2,749
D7 Standard Inside AUD $2,689
D8 Standard Inside AUD $2,689
Gratuities Charged on Board Per Person
Q1-P3 $78
A1-D8 $66
 
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M735: Southampton to New York
October 25, 2007 – October 31, 2007
QueenMary2 – 6 days

EBS Fares from AUD $1,879

October 2007

25 Thu Southampton, England Depart 5:00 pm
26 Fri Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
27 Sat Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
28 Sun Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
29 Mon Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
30 Tue Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
31 Wed New York, USA Arrive 7:15 am
Double Occupancy Staterooms Brochure Fares
Queens Grill
Q1 Grand Duplex AUD $46,749
Q2 Duplex Apartments AUD $38,299
Q3 Royal Suites AUD $24,219
Q4 Penthouse AUD $18,169
Q5 Suites AUD $12,149
Q6 Suites AUD $10,129
Q7 Suites AUD $10,129
Princess Grill
P1 Junior Suite AUD $7,919
P2 Junior Suite AUD $7,519
P3 Junior Suite AUD $7,419
Britannia Club
AA Britannia Club Balcony AUD $5,159
Britannia Restaurant
A1 Deluxe Balcony AUD $4,699
A2 Deluxe Balcony AUD $4,499
A3 Deluxe Balcony AUD $4,299
B1 Premium Balcony AUD $3,589
B2 Premium Balcony AUD $3,489
B3 Premium Balcony AUD $3,389
B4 Premium Balcony AUD $3,289
B5 Premium Balcony AUD $3,089
B6 Premium Balcony AUD $3,089
C1 Standard Oceanview AUD $3,289
C2 Standard Oceanview AUD $3,089
C3 Standard Oceanview AUD $2,989
C4 Standard Oceanview AUD $2,989
D1 Atrium View Inside AUD $2,949
D2 Standard Inside AUD $2,899
D3 Standard Inside AUD $2,869
D4 Standard Inside AUD $2,829
D5 Standard Inside AUD $2,789
D6 Standard Inside AUD $2,749
D7 Standard Inside AUD $2,689
D8 Standard Inside AUD $2,689
Gratuities Charged on Board Per Person
Q1-P3 $78
A1-D8 $66
 

Important Terms

  • * Rates quoted are in Australian dollars.
  • Prices shown are fully inclusive of taxes unless otherwise stated.
  • Advertised price includes any bonus nights, special offers or discounts listed in the inclusions.
  • Surcharges may apply due to demand, Christmas & New Year's Eve, school or public holidays, trade shows, special events & other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Prices may be based on Dynamic Rates and as such, may fluctuate at anytime without notice, due to matters outside our control, such as adverse currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, taxes and airfare increases, or at the property's discretion.
Cunard

The grand tradition of the classic ocean voyage is very much alive aboard the luxury liners of Cunard. If travel is meant to be savoured, then crossing the oceans should be a majestic experience, not merely a hop across the pond, as some would have it. For travellers of this persuasion, only one name evokes the pleasures of a golden era. That name is Cunard Line. The grand tradition of the classic ocean voyage is very much alive aboard the luxury liners of Cunard. And where once legends strolled the promenade, today so can you, proving that true luxury belongs to no particular era. For 160 years, Cunard has worked to make the art of cruising indistinguishable from the art of living well. Aboard the five-star vessels, and in unique adventures ashore, music and painting is blended with cuisine and conversation, invigorating walks with reading and relaxation, explorations of historic landmarks with the spectacle and purity of nature. This is the Cunard legacy: timeless elegance, incomparable service, intriguing destinations and, quite simply, a more cultured experience. To travel on one of the Cunard ships today is to experience a part of that heritage and return to an era of unabashed opulence from the golden age of ocean travel. Imagine it. Across the oceans, in the lap of luxury to fabled cities and idyllic islands on a voyage bound only for pleasure. Cunard, the tradition continues.

Cuisine from Celebrity Restauranteurs

Onboard Cunard you have many choices when it comes to dining. Single Seating dinning is available, which means guests can choose to dine anytime between 7 and 9pm. On Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth, the Britannia and Mauretania restaurants respectively offer a choice of an early or a late sitting for dinner. All other restaurants are single seating dining. On both Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth, your accommodation is paired with a specific restaurant for your formal dining arrangements. All ships offer alternative dining options: Kings Court & Todd English Restaurant on Queen Mary 2 and the Lido on Queen Elizabeth.

Evening Dress

One of the great thrills of a Cunard cruise is the sheer glamour of the evenings. Generally, evening dress may be either formal or informal when your ship is at sea, and informal or casual when your ship is in port. Evening attire, effective from 6pm, will be specified in your ship’s Daily Programme, delivered to your stateroom each day. Dress codes are defined as follows:

Formal: Tuxedo (or formal dark suit) for men. Evening gown or other formal attire for women.

Informal: Jacket and tie for men. Cocktail dress, dressy trouser suit or similar for women.

Casual: For men, slacks and a sweater or shirt. For women, skirt or slacks with a sweater or blouse. A range of formal wear is available to hire on board ship.

 

Tipping Info

Gratuities are not included in the cruise fares. A suggested per person daily amount will be charged to your shipboard account and distributed to your cabin steward, dining room waiter and other personnel. For bar and salon services, a 15% gratuity is automatically added to all charges for your convenience onboard Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth.

 

 

Founded: 1840

 

No. of Vessels

  • 3 ships in 2013

 

Demographic

  • Australians who appreciate the finer things in life – irresistible glamour, luxury and service

 

Dining & Beverages

  • Elegant sea-view restaurants
  • Largest wine collections afloat

 

Entertainment

  • Musical productions
  • Captain’s Black and White Ball
  • West End-style shows, cabarets and concerts

 

Price Range

  • Fares from $1,289 per person (twin share) for 7 nights

*Based on voyage V309 departing June 30, 2013

 

Accommodation

  • Variety of accommodation from elegant staterooms to opulent suites and grand two-storey duplexes

 

Ship Facilities

  • Lecturers, historians and famous authors introduce their specialties as a part of the Cunard Insights Enrichment Program

 

Cruise Price Inclusions

  • Accommodation and all main meals onboard
  • Personalised Cunard White Star Service
  • Port taxes and government fees

 


 
 

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