Cunard Cruise Enrichment Programmes

Meeting experts and celebrities can be a memorable part of your cruise.

Join us on board and you might spot some familiar faces, including writers, actors, film-makers, politicians, explorers, scientists, historians and even the occasional astronaut. Likely as not, it’s because they’ve been invited to inform and entertain you as part of CUNARD INSIGHTS®, our regular talks on contemporary issues by well-known celebrities and personalities.

There's almost no limit to what you can learn on your holidays. All the speakers add another dimension to your cruise. And that's just the start, with experts on hand to teach you about everything from technology to distant constellations.

  • Sir Jackie Stewart

    Sir Jackie Stewart

    Guests will have the chance to meet three-time Grand Prix World Champion, Sir Jackie Stewart. While on board Sir Jackie Stewart will host a ‘Life in Formula One’ talk, sign copies of his DVD and take part in a Q&A session.

  • Martin Bell

    Martin Bell

    Martin joined the BBC in Norwich as a news assistant, transferring to the BBC in London as a general reporter in 1964. His assignments for the BBC have included 90 countries and 11 wars from Biafra to Bosnia. Martin was appointed UNICEF Ambassador for Humanitarian Emergencies, and has also been an Independent MP.

 

Cunard Insights Guest Lecturers

Download the PDFs below for an overview of the guest lecturers joining us on board.

Dancing all evening at our Big Band Balls

Special event cruises

Join one of our specially created event cruises which have been tailor-made to bring popular themes to life and further enhance your Cunard experience. These unique event cruises include expert speakers, insightful activities and exclusive events on board plus an array of related bespoke shore excursions in selected ports of call.

  • Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

    Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

    Arguably the most famous acting school in the English-speaking world, London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) has a unique relationship with Cunard. The RADA graduate company presents specially-edited versions of renowned plays and adaptations of great literary classics on Transatlantic Cruises, each lasting no more than an hour.

  • Royal Astronomical Society

    Royal Astronomical Society

    For more otherworldly subjects, our Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) partnership puts distant stars and galaxies into focus. Head over to the planetarium to enjoy specially created shows explaining what you can see in the night sky at different times of the year.

  • iStudy Classes

    iStudy Classes

    Perhaps you want to learn more about the latest computers, accessories and software - iStudy classes will take the mystery out of today's technology.

 

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