From great entertainment to delicious dining and unique cruise experiences, there are plenty of reasons to book a cruise on Cunard’s iconic Queen Mary 2 – the world’s largest ocean liner – when she returns to Australia in 2021.
Travel at 60 is now offering a 27-night cruise onboard the luxurious vessel to Singapore, starting at $6,699 per person. From Margaret River and Cairns, to Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City, the 2,691-passenger vessel travels to multiple bucket-list destinations.
Sound great? Here are another four amazing reasons to book a cruise on the world-famous liner:
Boarding the QM2 is like stepping back in time to the golden age of cruise travel. The jaw-dropping 1920s-style art deco design makes this ocean liner an exquisite destination in its own right.
If you’ve cruised on QM2, you’ll know that great food is a focus for the ship. Every afternoon white gloved, white-jacketed waiters will arrive to present high tea. That’s not to mention the 10 dining options available onboard, including an English pub, pizzeria, chocolate cafe, and some high-end restaurants reserved only for passengers in Princess Grill and Queens Grill staterooms.
The vessel also offers a wide range of entertainment that caters to all cruise-goers, including a 3D cinema, casino, five outdoor swimming pools, a gym, golf simulators, a library, an art gallery, 13 bars and clubs and a variety of luxury shops, among other extras.
Yes, you read that right! If you travel selected longer transatlantic cruises, you don’t have to leave your beloved four-legged friends at home! The ship has 24 kennels onboard, complete with play areas and a dedicated owner’s lounge.