Hong Kong to Singapore - 5 nights, Mar 2018

M814 leaving Hong Kong for 5 nights from 31 March to 5 April 2018 on board Queen Mary 2

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Begin five nights aboard in Hong Kong's dazzling harbour, overlooked by Victoria Peak. Ahead is Nha Trang, close to which Vietnam’s largest pagoda houses a 21-metre-high seated Buddha. The incredible modern buildings Singapore's along waterfront signal adventure's end.

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Taxes, fees and port expenses of $55.74 are additional.

  • Queen Mary 2

    The newly Remastered Queen Mary 2 is the epitome of a luxury liner. The flagship of the Cunard fleet offers the last word in travel luxury – from the largest ballroom at sea to the sumptuous Commodore Club.

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    Learn more about the itinerary of this cruise and possible shore excursions available at each port.

On Board Speakers

Chase Untermeyer
Chase Untermeyer - Former US Ambassador

Chase Untermeyer has served at all four levels of American government – local, state, national, and international - over a period of 35 years. He is currently a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Texas Ethics Commission.

He was a political reporter for the Houston Chronicle before being elected in 1976 to the Texas House of Representatives from Houston. He went to Washington in 1981 to be executive assistant to then-Vice President George H.W. Bush.

President Ronald Reagan appointed him an Assistant Secretary of the Navy; the first President Bush appointed him a senior White House aide and as Director of the Voice of America; and the second President Bush appointed him US ambassador to the State of Qatar, where he served from 2004 to 2007.

Speakers may be subject to change.
Harry M. Strong
Harry M. Strong - Oceanography

Harry M. Strong is the Vice Chairman of the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM), setting standards for navigation, communication, and maritime safety in U.S. territorial waters. He is the President of HMS Consulting, LLC, has been a special interest speaker and visiting scientist on numerous cruise ships.

Mr. Strong worked for a non-profit corporation for 38 years, spending the last 15 years supporting the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Washington, D.C., addressing a broad range of environmental issues.

He led efforts with NOAA’s National Weather Service (NWS) to develop the U.S. nationwide Doppler weather radar network (NEXRAD), has been instrumental in supporting the development of the international Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) and worked closely with NOAA’s  and NASA’s weather satellite programs and with the U.S. Coast Guard.

Prior to his work with NOAA and NASA, Mr. Strong directed the company’s work with federal health care initiatives, the U.S. State Department and the intelligence community. He has been an adjunct professor at the University of  Buffalo and the American University and member of the Board of Trustees at Keuka College.

Speakers may be subject to change.
Margaret Gilmore
Margaret Gilmore - Former BBC News Correspondent, Award-Winning Journalist

Margaret Gilmore is an award-winning writer and broadcaster who has been an authoritative face on British TV screens for more than 20 years, highly respected for her specialist knowledge and investigative skills.

Her distinguished career in television, radio and newspapers included most recently the job of BBC Senior Home Affairs Correspondent covering high profile stories for the flagship News Bulletins – including the July 7th bombings for which the BBC won a prestigious BAFTA award.

Margaret continues to write and lecture extensively as an academic with the leading UK security think tank RUSI (Royal United Services Institute, based in London, Washington and Qatar) where she is a Senior Research Fellow, specialising in counter-terrorism. She makes frequent appearances on television and in the newspapers globally as an expert analyst.

She has first-hand experience reporting from the frontline on some of the toughest and most sensitive assignments, and has travelled extensively, including throughout Europe, to the Middle and Far East, the USA, and war zones like Iraq and Somalia. Margaret’s book The Terrorist Hunters, co-written with a former intelligence chief, is available in the bookshop.

Speakers may be subject to change
Paul Stickler - Criminology
Paul Stickler - Crime Researcher

Paul Stickler was a serving police officer for 30 years, spanning most aspects of policing including major crime, firearms, public order command and strategic command. Paul retired as the police commander for Southampton (Chief Superintendent) having been previously responsible as a senior detective investigating major and organised crime in Hampshire, including a large number of murder enquiries.

As Chair of the Hampshire Constabulary History Society Paul Stickler was responsible for the development and marketing of Hampshire policing, assisting others in publication of books relating to this subject area. Paul maintains an active interest in historical murders and enjoys reading and carrying out ancillary research.

Paul studied history and the social sciences for his Bachelors degree, graduating from the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia with a post-graduate diploma in Law Enforcement. He studied criminology with Southampton Solent University for his Masters degree specialising in the research of historic crime and 1960s East End criminality.

He is currently an Associate Lecturer at Southampton Solent University in criminology and law, teaching third year LLB undergraduates in policing and social control.

Speakers may be subject to change.
Brian Finlayson
Brian Finlayson - Geographer

As an inveterate traveler, geography has provided Brian with extensive opportunities for travel, camera in hand. He has worked on physical geography projects all around Australia, in the UK, Switzerland, Spain, the Netherlands, Antarctica, the USA, Indonesia, South Africa, Taiwan, Laos, Singapore and China. His richly illustrated lectures have informed and entertained undergraduate and postgraduate students for decades.

Brian Finlayson was born in Rockhampton, Queensland and after completing secondary school he trained as a primary school teacher. Following two years teaching in rural Queensland he went to the University of Queensland in Brisbane, where he completed an honours degree in Geography. After a short stint lecturing at James Cook University in Townsville he went to the UK where he first completed a PhD in Geomorphology at Bristol University and then taught at Oxford University (Jesus College) before returning to Australia. The remainder of his career has been spent in the School of  Geography at the University of Melbourne in teaching and research in Physical Geography, specializing in geomorphology, spelaeology and environmental hydrology.

Speakers may be subject to change.

Relax, Discover and Delight

  • White Star Service
    White Star Service

    White Star Service is something you'll experience from your first moment on board. How do we describe it? It's the warmth of that first welcome, the white-gloved hand that serves fresh fruit, or afternoon tea, and the polite yet friendly greeting in the corridor. It's a service so discreet you barely notice it, yet is always ready to help.

  • Total comfort
    Total comfort
    06:50 Right now on board Queen Mary 2
  • Taking it easy
    Taking it easy

    How about some holiday reading to pass the morning? You'll definitely find a page-turner in the largest library at sea. Or perhaps you'll spend the morning browsing the daily programme that lists all of the activities and events for the day ahead.

  • Take in the view
    Take in the view

    As you sail into beautiful destinations, you can take in the view while relaxing on deck. You may even want to rise a few hours early and take in the sunrise.

  • Promenade deck
    Promenade deck

    Wake yourself up with a brisk walk or breezy jog around our promenade deck. Three laps make a mile!

  • Breakfast

    How will you take your breakfast this morning? Perhaps a fresh croissant from the Remastered King's Court buffet, maybe fresh coffee in the Carinthia Lounge, a delicious hot meal from your allocated restaurant or you may even want to take breakfast in the comfort of your stateroom. It's up to you.

  • Socialising

    Our ships are remarkably sociable, with plenty of activities and opportunities for you to meet fellow guests and make new friends. We also hold sessions especially for solo travellers to meet up should you wish. Don't forget, if your holiday is all about finding your own quiet time - there are plenty of ways for you to do this too.

  • Special occasions
    Special occasions

    Every Cunard voyage is a memorable event in its own right, which is exactly why so many guests choose to celebrate important events such as birthdays, anniversaries or weddings on board. Whatever your reason to celebrate, we can help make your special occasion even more memorable with our range of unique celebration and gift packages.

  • Canyon Ranch SpaClub
    Canyon Ranch SpaClub

    Enjoy the ultimate in pampering and wellness at the exquisite on board Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. Indulge in signature Canyon Ranch massages, treatments and facials from the classic Canyon Stone Massage or Rasul Ceremony, to exotic Ayurvedic or Thai treatments.

  • Sports

    Work off last night's delicious meal with a few laps around the running track or an energetic game on the sports court. Or for a more leisurely activity, why not try the traditional nautical games of shuffleboard and deck quoits.

  • Your favourite pastimes
    Your favourite pastimes

    Find time for your favourite pastimes in the afternoon - whether it's bridge, a board game, or getting lost in a good book. When you're in the mood for a little friendly competition there are tournaments throughout the day from quizzes to quoits.

  • Library

    The quality and range of literature available in this beautiful room magnifies the stunning views over the bow. Take the time to linger over more than 8,000 books, in the largest library at sea.

  • Afternoon Tea
    Afternoon Tea

    Soon enough after lunch, it'll be time for our famous Afternoon Tea, served with freshly baked scones and mouth-watering sandwiches. You can set your watch by it, and it's beautifully presented as always by white gloved waiters.

  • Lunch

    Lunch presents you with several delicious choices. The remastered Kings Court offers a wide selection of freshly prepared dishes in a casual setting. Alternatively, the Golden Lion's pub menu has a choice of all the traditional pub fare. Or, of course, fine dining can be enjoyed in your allocated restaurant or The Verandah. The choice is yours.

  • Space to unwind
    Space to unwind

    Relaxation happens so easily on our ships. Early on you'll realise just how carefree everything is. This feeling comes from the friendliness, comfort and space around you, and knowing that every day is your own.

  • The Canyon Ranch SpaClub
    The Canyon Ranch SpaClub

    Let yourself drift away and be pampered. The superb spa on board, just moments away, can lift you to another level of relaxation. Here you can slow the pace with that hot stone massage you keep promising yourself...

  • Wine packages
    Wine packages

    Treat yourself or your friends to a bottle of crisp white or full-bodied red from Cunard’s well-stocked cellar. We can deliver it to your table at dinner or have it waiting for you in your stateroom. For a special celebration, why not put a bottle of bubbly on ice?

  • Illuminations

    Take a virtual ride into outer space, view the stars and other visual spectacles or take a course on celestial navigation in Illuminations, Queen Mary 2's full-scale Planetarium and the only Planetarium at sea! Each day sees a new show to tantalise your imagination.

  • Music

    Enjoy the soft relaxing music from the beautiful ivory keys played by Queen Mary 2’s talented resident pianist.

  • Shopping

    Once you've had lunch, why not enjoy some extraordinary shopping from top boutiques and brands such as Aspinal of London and H.Stern, in addition to exquisite jewellery, high fashion and further voyage souvenirs.

  • A sense of occasion
    A sense of occasion

    There's nothing quite like watching the sun set from the scenic Commodore Club, clinking flutes in the Champagne Bar or the social hubbub of the Captain's Cocktail reception. Evenings on board offer an array of priceless moments that will stay with you for years to come.

  • Queens Room
    Queens Room

    In the Queens Room, the full orchestra fills the floor, whether on Big Band nights or at a dazzling ball, when you can put today's tango lessons to good use.

  • The Royal Court Theatre
    The Royal Court Theatre

    Cast your eye over the Martini menu before you take your seat for a thrilling music and dance extravaganza in the magnificent Royal Court Theatre. Watch lavish musicals and unforgettable hi-tech productions performed by the Cunard Royal Dancers and Singers in this elegant two-deck setting.

  • The Empire Casino
    The Empire Casino

    Step into the Monte Carlo-inspired Empire Casino which offers a full variety of opportunities to tempt Lady Luck.

  • Dine in style
    Dine in style

    What's on the menu tonight? Chateaubriand or sea bass at your reserved restaurant table, reservations at The Verandah restaurant to sample fine dining with a French flavour, or relishing every mouthful of the menu at Lotus, whose delicacies include snow crab soup and duck spring rolls.

  • Bars and lounges
    Bars and lounges

    Whether you're looking for a celebratory glass of fine champagne, a post dinner cocktail or a light refreshment during the day, our wonderful bars and lounges are renowned as some of the most comfortable and stylish at sea.

  • Dancing

    Here's your chance to foxtrot in the largest ballroom at sea. There is no better place to hone your dancing skills than under the dramatic high ceiling of the Queens Room ballroom, with its beautiful crystal chandeliers.

  • Sumptuous accommodation
    Sumptuous accommodation

    After the evening's entertainment, retire to your own personal sanctuary. Whether Britannia stateroom or Grills suite, you'll be sure to get an amazing night's sleep and awake refreshed to enjoy whatever tomorrow brings.

  • Masquerade ball
    Masquerade ball

    Travel back to the grand old days of Venice at one of our Masquerade balls. Every evening on board is a real event and attending one of our balls in the Queens Room means you're in for a truly special evening.

  • Music

    A delightful array of musical masterpieces await your presence on board. The string quartet is the perfect accompaniment to white-gloved Afternoon Tea. Or perhaps you'll prefer the sultry sounds of the jazz band in the Chart Room while you savour a pre-dinner canapé.

We’re looking forward to showing you the world

I’ve always found exploring great cities a real delight, especially from the comfort and luxury of a Cunard ship. Cruising is the best way to see the world and Cunard has been learning its trade since 1840. We're ready to go, all that remains is for you to decide where you'd like us to take you.

Commodore Christopher Rynd