Cunard Line proudly continues a tradition of luxury cruising that began in 1840. Today its flagship, Queen Elizabeth 2, is the world's most famous ship and the greatest liner of her time. She maintains the legacy of her Cunard and White Star LineTM
predecessors in providing a definitive annual World Cruise and the only scheduled transatlantic liner service. QE2 very much sets the standard of traditional British elegance, superb White Star ServiceTM
, gourmet cuisine and sumptuous accommodations that have secured Cunard's reputation. In 2000, QE2 was joined by another classic liner, Caronia, formerly known as Vistafjord, which also delivers an elegant, Old World cruising experience. Whether on voyages or cruises, these two Cunard Line vessels create a new golden age of ocean liner travel, for those who missed the first.
Cruise passengers will be able to say their "I dos" onboard all three of Cunard's ships beginning next spring, when the line moves its registry from England to Bermuda.
According to English law, weddings must be performed in a publicly accessible place. No such law exists in Bermuda, and since Bermuda is a British overseas territory, Cunard can register its vessels (the Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth) in Bermuda and continue to fly the U.K.'s Red Ensign flag.
Cunard's wedding packages will be introduced in December.
Cunard Line will offer cruise-tours in Alaska in partnership with the Rocky Mountaineer excursion train when it returns to Alaskan waters in 2019.