Queen Mary 2 is one of the largest ocean liners in the world. Liner offers first class service. From stem to stern ship reaches 14 spacious decks, targeting a comfortable rest.
The liner belongs to the Cunard, British shipping company. The ship was named in honor of Queen Mary Teck, wife of King George V. Since the beginning of exploitation, in 2004, Queen Mary 2 offers its passengers an individual approach and superior service at a level that previously was available only on yachts.
After active sports you can relax in the spa club or spend time reading in the biggest library in the water, which has more than 8000 books.
Walking through the ship also may be instructive, because the exhibits of glorious history of the shipping company Cunard are located around the ship.
In addition, it is possible to enjoy the unique and one and only planetarium in the world, located on the ocean liner, or play golf on a special flight simulator with 51 fields to choose from.
In the evening programs Queen Mary 2 presents an exciting show, theater and live jazz.
Sit back and enjoy the sounds of harp and string quartet in the Grand Lobby. Watch a movie can not only in cabins on TV, but in two cinemas located in the liner. You can try your luck at the casino, and indulge dancing on the dance Gala Ball floor.
In the two-tier nightclub you can enjoy not only dancing the night away, but have already become a popular thematic activities of the sixties, seventies and eighties.
There are bars for every taste on board the Queen Mary 2. There is an English pub with darts, karaoke, sports broadcast and beer. Gourmet champagne bar offers 7 types of Veuve Clicquot champagne from beautiful Waterford crystal flutes.
A wide range of cigars and fine fine selection of rare cognacs can be found in the Churchill bar with soft leather seating.
Queen Mary 2 offers six cabin class. The most luxurious suites are the Queens Grill. Facilities of Queens Grill Suites starts from the moment of registration and landing, guests suites of data have the highest priority. Personal butler will greet you with a bottle of French champagne and strawberries upon arrival. Queens Grill Suites guests have an exclusive and closed to other guests access to the Queens Grill restaurant, which is able to satisfy any culinary request, not included in the menu.
Grand Duplex (Q1) is the most luxurious and large suite on the ship, belonging to the category Queens Grill. Its dimensions are 685 square meters in two floors. The lower floor has a spacious living room, balcony and bathroom.
The living room offers a spectacular view of the ocean.
The second floor is a bedroom and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi overlooking the sea.
Almost all Queen Mary 2 cabins have balconies. Queen Grill Suites has open-air veranda, in fact.
Princess Grill Suites are also luxurious suites, but having smaller dimensions.
Princess Grill Suites guests have exclusive access to the Princess Grill restaurant.
Cabin of Britannia class (Club Balcony, Balcony, Oceanview, Inside) differ in size and a balcony. Balcony Oceanview do not have a balcony, but have a porthole. Balcony Inside do not have a sea view.
All cabins of Balcony class are corresponds luxury suites on conventional ships.
Rooms includes free round the clock service, daily newspaper delivery, refrigerator, safe, telephone, TV / radio satellite.
Suggested cruises on the liner Queen Mary 2 are quite diverse. You can go to 57 cruises lasting from 1 to 96 nights in any corner of the globe.
In January 2011, Queen Mary 2 will depart for its fourth biggest journey lasting 96 nights, covering three oceans and 6 continents. Journey begins in New York City, America, then the liner will proceed to the coast of Barbados, colonial El Salvador, and the incomparable Rio. Then the Queen Mary 2 will depart to the east across the Atlantic and Indian oceans, passing the Cape Town and Mauritius on the way to Australia to wonderful landscapes and wild animals. Further, crossing the equator, along the southern coast of Asia from the peaceful Buddhist temples to the bright neon-eastern cities. Ahead of the historic Red Sea and Suez Canal, and the gorgeous finale, bypassing the Mediterranean, in Southampton in the county of Hampshire, England.
Cost of 96-day cruise on the Queen Mary 2 is $ 167,500.