Here you can explore the 180 year heritage of Cunard Line, and find out what makes the Cunard Queens: RMS Queen Mary, RMS Queen Elizabeth, QE2, Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth such special ships. This website contains historical profiles, photographs and videos aimed to teach you more about historic Cunard Line, as well as the great Ocean Liners of days gone by. Some of my favourite historic ships include Britannia, Etruria, Campania, Lusitania, Mauretania & Aquitania – but the website contains many more!
Cunard Colouring Book
Check out our first ever colouring book. With heaps of lovely pictures to colour in, this book is supplemented with fascinating historical text. Learn more »
180 Years of Cunard
Celebrate Cunard’s 180th Anniversary with this updated Cunard history book, released in 2020. Learn more »
Where are Cunard’s Ships?
Cunard Line joined cruise lines around the world in entering a global cruise pause. This unprecedented pause was due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cunard’s ships have all since returned to the United Kingdom, and are laid up off the south coast of England. To learn more, click here »
To find out where all the other empty cruise ships are, click here »