The Queen Mary 2

The Queen Mary 2 is a British transatlantic liner of the Cunard, built in Saint-Nazaire, France, at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique STX France and commissioned in 2004 to ensure the regular line Europe-North America. This is one of the longest ships in the world. The naval architect Stephen Payne created a vessel of 345 meters long, 41 meters wide and 72 meters high. It was christened by Queen Elizabeth II and her maiden voyage was on January 12th 2004 (from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale). The ship provides the service of the North Atlantic line from April to December, starting from either England or France or another European port arriving mostly in New York but sometimes Boston and Miami are also chosen as final destination. From January to April, he toured the world, generally from east to west and there are also some cruises offered on different dates. The ship was renovated in 2011. There are 355 inside cabins and 955 with balconies, twenty restaurants, bars, clubs, a theater, an outdoor cinema, an area with a planetarium showing films in three dimensions, a casino, a winter garden and a summer one, a nightclub, a library, five pools, eight jacuzzis, a spa and thalassotherapy, works of art of a fairly large value and 17 bridges for passengers.

Tips

If you want to travel while the ship goes around the world, from January to April, you can do just a part if you can not do the entire route. Check with your travel agent.