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Queen Mary 2, QM2, Logitravel UK
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Sail to New York aboard the last ocean liner 🛳️ Go in June & save up to £550 compared to July

Includes flights ✈️ OR, book the cruise only from £499 💸 Oceanview cabin upgrades from £50 per person 👀

From £959 pp

Published by
Raph Giacardi·09/05/2024
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Not all cruise ships are created equal. Well, most are pretty similar, but one stands out: Cunard's Queen Mary 2. Technically, it's not even a cruise ship; it's an ocean liner. It was built specifically to cross the North Atlantic year round and in any weather — something regular cruise ships can't do.

With most people flying over the pond these days, there's not a lot of demand for ocean liners. In fact, the QM2 is the last of its kind, making its Southampton–New York crossings something of a must-do.

People often describe the experience as "harking back to the golden age of cruising", which is a lot of fluff that doesn't mean much. Basically, it's a pretty luxurious affair (think Rose's quarters in Titanic) with Champagne receptions, tuxedoed dinners and white-gloved waiters. If you're more into t-shirts and flip-flops (nothing wrong with that), this might not be the holiday for you.

As you can probably tell, a QM2 crossing isn't exactly cheap. But every now and then, you'll find a price drop — which is the case with the 29 June departure from Southampton.

For £959, it includes seven nights' full-board accommodation in an Inside Cabin and flights back from New York.

It might not scream cheap, but the same experience next July costs £1,499.

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Other Options

Upgrades to oceanview cabins are just £50 more per person:

You can also book this cruise without the flights from £499:

Additional Information

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