London to New York (Brooklyn) 6 Nights Jun 1st 2010 only £634.17 + $200 onboard credit - HotUKDeals
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London to New York (Brooklyn) 6 Nights Jun 1st 2010 only £634.17 + $200 onboard credit

http://www.vacationstogo.com/fastdeal.cfm?deal=25931

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DAY DATE PORT ARRIVE DEPART
Tue Jun 1 London (Southampton), England 5:00pm
Wed Jun 2 At Sea
Thu Jun 3 At Sea
Fri Jun 4 At Sea
Sat Jun 5 At Sea
Sun Jun 6 At Sea
Mon Jun 7 New York (Brooklyn), NY 7:00am

Cunard takes you back to the golden age of sea travel without sacrificing any modern-day comforts. With opulent interiors reminiscent of ships from a century ago, Cunard's three ocean liners, the Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth, satisfy even the most sophisticated tastes with world-class cuisine and Cunard's renowned White Star Service.

Sail with Cunard on a traditional Transatlantic voyage, or cruise to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Asia, Australia or New Zealand. Whichever destination you choose, Cunard will entertain you with sports facilities, casinos, spas, live music, disco dancing and black-tie soirees.

Take advantage of one of our Cunard discounts to experience the refined elegance and attentive service for yourself.

With sweeping staircases, domed public rooms, full-circle promenade deck and elegant appointments, Cunard's Queen Mary 2 melds the classic grace of yesteryear's ocean liners and the ultimate in modern features. Accommodations range from standard cabins to expansive, lavish suites with private elevator access. Three-quarters of all staterooms have balconies. Dining is first-rate onboard QM2, as seven galleys service 10 restaurants, including the renowned Todd English restaurant, which overlooks the pool terrace. Kings Court offers a variety of dining alternatives in the evening. A string quartet plays in the elegant Winter Garden as afternoon tea is served with white-glove service. The 20,000-square-foot Canyon Ranch SpaClub offers stress-relief treatments and wellness classes.

There is a stunning array of recreation, with unique venues such as Illuminations, a planetarium that serves as a lecture hall and cinema. Queens Room houses an elegant ballroom. Fourteen bars include Golden Lion Pub and G32, a disco. Decks 12 and 13 offer sporty fun: a putting green, shuffleboard, deck games, a giant chess board, two golf simulators, basketball and table tennis. Enjoy a performance at Royal Court Theatre or gaming in the Empire Casino. Throughout the cruise, Cunard Connexions offers enriching and educational workshops and seminars.
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1 Like #1
Tue Jun 1 London (Southampton), England 5:00pm
Wed Jun 2 At Sea
Thu Jun 3 At Sea
Fri Jun 4 At Sea
Sat Jun 5 At Sea
Sun Jun 6 At Sea
Mon Jun 7 New York (Brooklyn), NY 7:00am


Tue Jun 1 England
Tue Jun 1 in air
Tue Jun 1 New york
1 Like #2
satan666wayne
Tue Jun 1 England
Tue Jun 1 in air
Tue Jun 1 New york


I don't think you can compare this to air travel. I think it's a great deal and would jump at it if I had the money. Much more pleasant to get to New York this way than sat cramped in economy class eating plastic food and breathing recycled air.
#3
satan666wayne
Tue Jun 1 England
Tue Jun 1 in air
Tue Jun 1 New york


And your point? some people 1 like to take cruises and 2 Dont like to fly, so good for them.

To fly is a way to get there, whereas a Cruise is a holiday in itself to the destination.

Thanks for the sarky comment tho!
#4
maryk_88
I don't think you can compare this to air travel. I think it's a great deal and would jump at it if I had the money. Much more pleasant to get to New York this way than sat cramped in economy class eating plastic food and breathing recycled air.


I totally agree as I stated below also, great deal for people who like cruise or dont like to fly also.

Amazing cruise also the QM2, check out the pics.

MaryK you dont any cruises? Disney and QM are my favourites.
#5
nwressell
I totally agree as I stated below also, great deal for people who like cruise or dont like to fly also.

Amazing cruise also the QM2, check out the pics.

MaryK you dont any cruises? Disney and QM are my favourites.


If you dont like flying how do you get home?
#6
sbfc
If you dont like flying how do you get home?


Another cruise back, they do a return cruise for not much more!, I didnt say I dont like flying tho, I love it, I guess I just love travelling.
#7
Can't find the deal by clicking your link.
#8
maryk_88
Can't find the deal by clicking your link.


Let me edit that bit whoops
#9
Great price I have done this with a NY stopover. Only downside is flying back with the jetlag, I found it much better to fy out and cruise back. This is cheap for a week on one of the worlds greatest liners.
1 Like #10
I heard that this particular ship is unsinkable.
#11
maryk_88
Can't find the deal by clicking your link.


I cant seem to add it now Ive posted this, anyone else have the same problem
#12
And the return needs to be factored in.
#13
Dodger21
And the return needs to be factored in.


Would you like me to also post a round trip offer?
#14
nwressell
Would you like me to also post a round trip offer?


Yes please :)
#15
nwressell
Would you like me to also post a round trip offer?


It's not that I think that the offer is bad but all the costs need to be accounted for.
First Southampton isn't London so if you drive there you need to account for parking not cheap on the port area, also if you do this and fly home your cars almost certainly in the wrong place.
So yes around trip would be more sensible, in my opinion.
#16
prices not available to UK residents according to the site :-(
#17
LINK does not appear to be working..
#18
Not criticising cruises, I'm sure they are lovely and there are people out there that are fans of them but 5 night out on the rough seas. Not my cup of tea. Not going to vote as I can't make an informed decision as to whether this is a cheap crusie or not but just wanted my ten pence worth in the comments :-p
#19
lol since when was southampton London!
#20
owens101
lol since when was southampton London!


lol good point! you may not be ending up in New York either lol, they'll probably drop you off in Alaska (joke before anyone goes off on one - it is Friday after all). :-D
#21
ikduncan
prices not available to UK residents according to the site :-(


They are I have booked all my cruises with them
#22
pbilkhu
Not criticising cruises, I'm sure they are lovely and there are people out there that are fans of them but 5 night out on the rough seas. Not my cup of tea. Not going to vote as I can't make an informed decision as to whether this is a cheap crusie or not but just wanted my ten pence worth in the comments :-p


Obviously not ever been on a cruise then, as you can hardly feel what you call rough seas on the size of the cruise ships you travel on and most nowadays have cruise stabalizers to balance the ship if you come across any rough seas.
#23
RickT
LINK does not appear to be working..


Had to post link now in original post as unable to add a link by editing now, dont know why this is.
#24
nwressell
Obviously not ever been on a cruise then, as you can hardly feel what you call rough seas on the size of the cruise ships you travel on and most nowadays have cruise stabalizers to balance the ship if you come across any rough seas.


To be honest I've never been on a cruise but have used ferries on numerous occasions. But the thought of being stuck on a large boat for 5 days, with the same people, seeing the same things (within the boat of course) and doing limited amounts, just doesn't do it for me. I'm no big fan of flying but at least it gets you to your destination where you can do whatever it is you're there to do. Once again let me reiterate, I'm not critisising the nature of cruises or the fans of them, but merely stating that it doesn't do nothing for me!
banned#25
pbilkhu;7757614
To be honest I've never been on a cruise but have used ferries on numerous occasions. But the thought of being stuck on a large boat for 5 days, with the same people, seeing the same things (within the boat of course) and doing limited amounts, just doesn't do it for me. I'm no big fan of flying but at least it gets you to your destination where you can do whatever it is you're there to do. Once again let me reiterate, I'm not critisising the nature of cruises or the fans of them, but merely stating that it doesn't do nothing for me!

you could say the same about people who go all inclusive to a hotel and just stay in the complex for 7 days. Couldnt think of anything worse as a holiday imho. A lot more to do on QM2 than any hotel complex. :thumbsup:

A ferry cannot even begin to compare to a cruise ship. I doubt you'd see the same people more than once or twice when there are 3000 passengers on board :)
banned#26
even I'm amazed at what they offer!

A typical daily schedule:-

http://www.cunard.com/uploads/QM2DayTrans2-19April.pdf
#27
With Southampton and flight Gatwick is a good option.

Direct train £10pp park at gatwick not Southampton.
banned#28
getmore4less;7757746
With Southampton and flight Gatwick is a good option.

Direct train £10pp park at gatwick not Southampton.

I take it you havent seen the extortionate car parking charges at gatwick.
#29
csiman
I take it you havent seen the extortionate car parking charges at gatwick.


Must have gone up a lot since the last time we used it..
#30
csiman
I take it you havent seen the extortionate car parking charges at gatwick.


I parked at Gatwick last week at Cophall Farm Parking (they provide pick up and drop off as and when it is needed) and it cost me £17 for the entire week! And I'll tell you what, I've parked at many places before but Cophall was by far the best 5* service and 100% secure too visit guards at site!
banned#31
pbilkhu;7758052
I parked at Gatwick last week at Cophall Farm Parking (they provide pick up and drop off as and when it is needed) and it cost me £17 for the entire week! And I'll tell you what, I've parked at many places before but Cophall was by far the best 5* service and 100% secure too visit guards at site!

it wont be £17 in summer - more like £40-£50 for a week ;-)

I've used them before but had a 20 minute wait each end and then a 15 minute journey so prefer on-site for a few quid more (about £55 for a week).
#32
I live in Southampton, 20 min walk from the ferry terminal and have private parking. I don't have a car.
#33
sotomonkey
I live in Southampton, 20 min walk from the ferry terminal and have private parking. I don't have a car.


you should google and find a website who rent out private residents parking spaces , you could make a small fortune a year
#34
If people have their opinion fair enough, just don't keep going on about it. You've said your point, leave it at that.


Would love to go on a cruise like this but havent the disposable income at present! Usually go on the mini cruise P&O offer over valentines but can;t go this year due to saving for Florida in september :-D
#35
anywhere u can get a brochure? looks good but maybe not for this year, fancy lookin at the cruise's they offer for in a few years...
#36
found it..
#37
I completely agree, and talking from experience, having been in a serious emergency landing, and having spent 5 hours with 1 engine over the Atlantic! I don't fly anymore! so this deal for me is great, and hopefully when funds permit i will be going. Thanks for posting.
#38
i can't comment if this is hot or not, but i would never bother with boating it to new york, i'm surprised it even exists
banned#39
Great price. Just sailed over to Barbados from Southampton. An amazingly simple and relaxing method of transport. Highly recommended to all who have never tried.
#40
meathane
i can't comment if this is hot or not, but i would never bother with boating it to new york, i'm surprised it even exists


Why surprised? I have never done a cruise myself, and really I couldn't see it appealing to myself. But those that do cruises generally do not do it for getting from point A to point B, they do it for the cruise and experiencing point B.

Like Butlins or any other holiday park where people take advantage of the facilities provided, this is what people do cruises for. Some people like that, its some peoples idea of a holiday.

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