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Cunard Line

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ABOVE: The Queen Mary 2 passes Liberty Island in New York Harbor.

Cunard Line is the last of the great transatlantic shipping companies, and its 2,620-passenger flagship--the Queen Mary 2--is the newest of Cunard's legendary ocean liners. The QM2, which entered Cunard's fleet in 2004, is a worthy successor to the Queen Elizabeth 2, which plied the Southampton-New York route for more than three decades. Two newer cruise ships, the Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth, entered service in 2007 and 2010 respectively.

During 2014, Cunard will offer a large number of transatlantic crossings on QM2, along with cruises of varying lengths on all three ships--especially in the Mediterranean, where Queen Elizabeth will offer  seven-, 14, and 21-night cruises from Venice, Rome, and Athens between June and December. (Queen Victoria will focus on cruises from Southhampton during its May-October European season.)

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