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Cunard Line has revealed details of the new Carinthia Lounge which will be added during Queen Mary 2’s dry dock.

The new lounge will be added when the Queen Mary 2 gets a multi million dollar refurbishment from 27 May to 21 June 2016. Carinthia Lounge will be one of many new upgrades onboard the British based ocean liner. The lounge will be added where the ships current Winter Garden is located.

Richard Meadows, president, Cunard, North America said:

“The Carinthia embodied the spirit of travel in the 1920s, which saw the rise in popularity in world voyages and winter cruises, and it is our honor to bestow this name onto our new lounge set to launch following refit. We believe this space will truly elevate the Queen Mary 2 experience, adding new innovative culinary options, as well as another level of refined relaxation and entertainment for our guests.”

The Carinthia Lounge will transition seamlessly throughout the day, from a serene and cheery lounge serving light breakfast and lunch dishes, to an elegant evening destination. It will become the perfect spot to sit and relax, the place to catch up with friends or the venue to enjoy a good book.

New Carinthia Lounge Rendering (By Cunard Line)

New Carinthia Lounge Rendering (By Cunard Line)

The Carinthia Lounge will feature a fresh colour palette of powder blue, cream and gold, and versatile seating layouts including dining chairs and tables near the new patisserie and chic curved lounge seating under decorative lights. The spacious venue will also feature a wine wall, vertical metal Art Deco-inspired screens, and a dark walnut timber dance floor.

Cunard Line has been revealing new features for the ship’s refurbishment next year for sometime. We can expect further new details to be released leading upto the refurbishment in 2016. Already the cruise line has announced Redesigned Staterooms, improved kennels, enhanced restaurants and a ton more.

The 25-Day dry dock will take place at the Blohm+Voss Shipyard in Hamburg, Germany. The ship 148,500 gross tons and can carry 2,620 passengers at double occupancy.