Articles tagged “cunard”

Cruises

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

Cruise operators go where they see demand, and Alaska has been a hot market for a while now. Will the introduction of more and bigger ships change that dynamic?

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

Announcements

Can Cunard Create a New Hospitality Model for the Next Generation of Cruisers?

Cunard is striking an interesting balance between old-school, traditional luxury and fast-paced, data-driven, adaptive hospitality on its longer journeys across the sea. As competition heats up, the line needs to make a compelling sell to attract a younger audience. But a few currents and trends are colliding that just might make this possible.

Can Cunard Create a New Hospitality Model for the Next Generation of Cruisers?

Cruises

Tiny Cruise Lines Azamara and Cunard Are Finally Growing

One new ship for most cruise lines wouldn't make a world of difference, but for these niche brands, the expansion will be significant.

Tiny Cruise Lines Azamara and Cunard Are Finally Growing

Cruises

How Cunard Is Trying to Keep Old-World Cruising Relevant

In an industry full of young brands, Cunard Line emphasizes its history to stand apart. But keeping the needs of modern travelers in mind is important too.

How Cunard Is Trying to Keep Old-World Cruising Relevant

Cruises

Queen Mary 2 Debuts Staterooms for Solo Travelers and Expands Kennels

The Queen Mary 2 has long-catered to dogs and their masters, and now even solo travelers are having their day in the sun -- or in their own staterooms, at least.

Queen Mary 2 Debuts Staterooms for Solo Travelers and Expands Kennels

Cruises

John F. Kennedy’s Path From President to Carnival Cruise Ship Pitchman

How consumers will respond to hearing a president's words turned into a call to buy a cruise vacation remains to be seen.

John F. Kennedy’s Path From President to Carnival Cruise Ship Pitchman

Transport

Travel Legend With Ties to Priceline, TWA, Cunard and Club Quarters Dies

It's sad when anyone with this mix of knowledge across travel sectors passes away.

Travel Legend With Ties to Priceline, TWA, Cunard and Club Quarters Dies

Cruises

Argentina Tells Cunard Cruise Ship to Lower the British Flag

Understood that this the conflict between Argentina and the UK has deep roots, but, seriously, Argentina's flailing leadership has much, much bigger fish to fry right now.

Argentina Tells Cunard Cruise Ship to Lower the British Flag

Cruises

Carnival UK shake-up pushes out Cunard and P&O bosses

Somewhat interesting that the two Carnival lines least connected to disasters, both life-ending and PR-driven, are the ones to see management changes.

Cruises

QE 2 hotel plans appear to be scrapped

With all its history, the QE 2 may end up on the scrap heap and that would be a shame.

QE 2 hotel plans appear to be scrapped