Caribbean Celebration - 19 nights, December 2014

19 nights
Departure date
15 December 2014
End date
3 January 2015
Departing from
Cruise number
cruise enjoyed on Queen Mary 2

Ports of call

  • Southampton
  • New York
  • St Thomas
  • Dominica
  • St Lucia
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Lowest Fare:
Cruise Fare
  • Taxes, fees and port expenses of $120.9 are additional.
$3,647 per person

Taxes, fees and port expenses of $120.9 are additional.

Fares are per person, do not include air travel, do not include taxes, fees and port expenses, are voyage only, based on double occupancy and apply to the first two guests in a stateroom. These fares do not apply to singles or third/fourth-berth guests. Fares are quoted in U.S. Dollars. If you do not see the embarkation port you are trying to book, please call Cunard at (800) 728-6273 for further assistance.


QUEEN MARY 2 is Cunard’s flagship and the most magnificent ocean liner ever built. A Transatlantic Crossing to or from New York on this incredible ship is a holiday like no other but her cruises from Southampton are also very special.  She offers so much space on board and such an array of state of the art facilities including a 3D Cinema, planetarium and a superb Canyon Ranch Spa. Click here to discover more.

Onboard Speakers

  • Christine Roussel - Art

    Christine Roussel

    Christine Roussel is an author, consultant, expert restorer and international speaker in the field of art. Her books include: The Art of Rockefeller Center published in 2005 and The Guide to the Art of Rockefeller Center, published in 2006. She is currently working on a new book "Monuments of New York".

    She studied with Ossip Zadkin in Paris at the Ecole de la Grande Chaumiere and holds a M.A. in Education and Fine Arts. Has served on the following Advisory Boards: The Benaki Museum in Athens, De Nieuwe Kerk Museum in Amsterdam and Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack.

    She is a member of The National Arts Club and resides in New York and East Hampton. She managed the Reproduction studio at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and was Special Assistant to the director. She was tasked with reproducing original artifacts from the museum’s collection and “blockbuster” loan exhibitions: Treasures of Tutankhamun; the Land of the Scythians; and Treasures of Early Irish Art.