Multi-million dollar investment refurbishes the world’s only ocean transatlantic liner

Cunard’s flagship liner Queen Mary 2 will set sail this month on her first voyage following an investment of nearly $132 million, one of the most significant refurbishments undertaken by line, now marking 176 years in operation.

On June 23 the remastered liner sailed into Southampton Water flanked by fleet royalty Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria, and was greeted by a host of high-profile guests.

The vessel then set sail for New York, continuing her schedule of transatlantic crossings, which, across the decades have carried famous personalities from the Golden Age of Ocean travel including Audrey Hepburn, Clarke Gable and Winston Churchill.

The luxury liner has been remastered with new contemporary interior designs and guest experiences, some of which take inspiration from the original Queen Mary that launched at the height of the art-deco movement in the 1930s.

The essence of Queen Mary 2 lies in allowing guests to lose themselves in a world of glamour, timeless sophistication and luxury.


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