QUEEN MARY 2 SAILS ON 250TH ATLANTIC CROSSING TODAY

An update into 2016 including enlargement of kennels area to accommodate more furry passengers.

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The Queen Mary 2 will embark passengers today for an historic Atlantic crossing- her 250th such voyage since she first entered service in January of 2004. The great liner will sail from the Red Hook terminal in Brooklyn, New York, on an eight day eastbound transatlantic crossing this afternoon. Following her arrival in Southampton on December 3rd, […]

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Cunard’s Thank You To Southampton

Patricia has written a lovely update on Cunard festivals this year
I now know the time it departs and even the terminal change from her and Paul C
Getting excited I am to be part of this event

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As everyone knows by now, 2015 is the 175th anniversary of Cunard or British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company as it was originally called. Since returning from the world cruises on the 3rd May, we’ve had all three ships in Southampton, the sinking of the Lusitania centenary commemoration and all the ships in the Mersey with a flypast from the Red Arrows en route to a display in Blackpool. Next up in the true anniversary of the 4th July, the day Britannia set sail from Liverpool. The recreation of this crossing begins in Southampton 2 days before with a thank you to the city they have used for over 100 years. Some wrongly believe Cunard only started calling at Southampton in 1967 when they moved their head office out of Liverpool but the connection with the city goes back to 1911 with Albania, Ausonia and Ascania. They…

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