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Find Out What These Guests Think About a Transatlantic Voyage

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Cunard Line has released a new video that showcases what it’s like to sail on a transatlantic voyage. First-time cruisers and world club members share their thoughts on the experience.

Transatlantic Voyage, Any good?

Guests in the Cunard video which can be watched further below talk about the line’s signature seven-night Transatlantic Crossing, which travels between New York and London. Experienced and first time cruisers for the Atlantic crossing talk about the experiences and what’s it’s like on Queen Mary 2, Cunard’s flagship and once the largest cruise ship in the world.

Guests Share Transatlantic Crossing Experiences

The video highlights some of Cunard’s most exceptional characteristics, such as the grand and elegant scale of the ship, as well as Cunard’s unparalleled guest service. “There’s no better way to get back and forth across the ocean,” said MaryBeth Kardos, a loyal Transatlantic cruiser.

Josh Leibowitz, senior vice president, Cunard North America, said:

“The Transatlantic Crossing video was created as a resource for Cunard’s devoted travel agent community and as a sentimental piece for our loyal guests.”

“As a brand, we at Cunard have continued to innovate and update our trade and consumer marketing materials, and this video conveys the spirit of the Transatlantic Crossing that we so often hear cannot be put into words.”

Queen Mary 2 is currently sailing her 2018 Transatlantic season now through December. The cruise line is also running a promotion until August 3, 2018. Cunard is featuring a 10-Day Sale (promo code: RG5), which includes up to 50% off Launch Fares plus up to $800 onboard credit per stateroom. The sale applies to a variety of voyages on all three Queens including Transatlantic Crossings on Queen Mary 2 from $749.

Bookings are based on double occupancy. Taxes, Fees and Port Expenses of $60 to $270 per person are additional and subject to change. For full details, click here.

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