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6 Nights *FULL BOARD* Transatlantic Cruise to New York USA - £480pp Cunard Queen Mary 2 (One Way) 2 Adults 23rd June 2024 from Southampton

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Cruise Full Board to New York USA on a Transatlantic 6 nights cruise.
Ship Cunard Queen Mary 2 - Inside Cabin £480pp - Date 23rd June 2024

  • Departure - Southampton, Great Britain
  • Arrival - New York (USA)

Included in price:
  • All meals
  • Activities
  • Daily entertainment
  • Port fees and taxes
  • Children's youth club 3-17 years

Please note: you will have to make you own arrangements for the return journey

Queen Mary 2 is a remarkable flagship, her style and elegance are legendary. Above all, it‘s the space she offers and the luxury for you to do as little or as much as you wish which sets her apart. Welcome to a true icon. Our flagship is a truly astonishing liner and you’ll find an incredible sense of freedom from the space she offers. Whether you’re in the mood for complete relaxation or something more active, you can find it. Immerse yourself in enthralling entertainment, be indulged in the on board spa, or simply relax with a book in her vast library. You’ll discover remarkable craftsmanship in the elegant staterooms and suites and savouring her many sumptuous restaurants and bars is always a pleasure.


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  1. yorkie12's avatar
    Don't forget to take into account the cost of return flights plus my drinks bill would be horrendous
    yozzman1234's avatar
    I always sneak drink onboard if I haven’t got a drinks package . £10 for a wine . £9 for a single vodka and coke lol
  2. philstorer7253's avatar
    Done this a few years back. Great ship. The NY to Southampton route is a better trip due to time difference. This is good value and do a stay over in NY makes it great holiday.
  3. Ralph888's avatar
    It's asking what my Cunard World number is?
    Sandy1012's avatar
    There is no requirement to add it if you dont have one
  4. yozzman1234's avatar
    You will need an Esta as well
    peakbear's avatar
    The last time I cruised to the US a few years ago they couldn't use the ESTA I had and had to fill in the standard green form for entry.

    For anyone you gets real hassle entering the US just go on a one way cruise like this and you will get in with absolutely no hassle whatsoever and can have your normal 3 months stay as well.
  5. Cheeky_Chap's avatar
    Too far to swim back
  6. mark6220's avatar
    Cheaper than travelling from Edinburgh to Plymouth and back by train and quicker

    Just to add that I travelled this week from Durham to Sheffield. First class advance cost me £180 for the return fare. Train was cancelled too on the way down.

    Next week it's costing me £100 from Durham to Berwick upon Tweed both ways first class.

    These are supposed to be the cheap discounted fares too!!!!

    That puts this boat trip price into context (edited)
  7. SixFeet's avatar
    Wow, that is a blast from the plast. Maybe I'll get the return on concorde
  8. Monkeyface's avatar
    Cold. There's no passenger access to the bow so you can't do the king of the world thing.
    Tipofmylip's avatar
    Probably doesn’t even do the iceberg right ahead experience either. COLD
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