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Discover the highlights of Alesund, Norway on this shore excursion during a Cunard voyage.  More

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Discover Norway’s wonderful sea life at the Atlantic Sea Park when you visit Alesund, Norway on a Cunard voyage.  More

Enjoy this introduction to one of Cunard Line‘s shore excursions in Alesund, Norway.  Cunard Line offers a variety of shore excursions in every port, ranging from leisurely, easy-paced sightseeing to rigorous adventures, giving guests the flexibility to create their own perfect vacation experience.  More

Enjoy this new video, showcasing Cunard Line‘s Queen Mary 2.  Cunard Line is renowned for is grandeur reminiscent of the 1920’s and 1930’s “Golden Age” of oceanliner voyaging.  This video introduces the Queen Mary 2’s unique features, including the only planetarium at sea, the crew’s hospitality and service, and the ship’s itineraries.  Contact us to experience Cunard Line:  The Most Famous Oceanliners in the World.  More

I wanted to share this brand-new video from Cunard Line.  It gives you an in-depth look at the cruise experience you can expect onboard a Cunard ship, as well as some of the history behind their oceanliners.

Videos are one of the best ways to impart the style and overall atmosphere and feel that any particular cruise line imparts.  For Cunard Line, that style is one of elegance and luxury, with an emphasis on personalized service.  Read More

Cunard Line introduces the Royal Palace and Old Town Stockholm shore excursion.  Short video vignettes like this one provide a good overview of the sights and sounds you’re likely to experience in the destination.  If you see something that piques your interest, let us know so you can learn more, and we’ll help you plan a cruise to see for yourself the splendors of Stockholm!  Read More

In this video, Cunard Line invites guests to explore Tallinn in-depth, on an escorted walking tour.

Unlike many other European cities, we know bafflingly little of Tallinn’s early history. In 1154 what is now Tallinn was first marked on a map by an Arab cartographer, however the first reliable account of Tallinn’s history comes from The Chronicle of Latvian Henrik, wherein Henrik describes the landing of the Danish fleet, led by King Valdemar II, in June of 1219. The Danes quickly snapped up Tallinn as their own and built a large fortress on Toompea Hill. The name ‘Tallinn’ is actually derived from the Estonian words ‘taani linnus,’ meaning ‘Danish castle.’  Read More


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