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Valentine’s Day on board Queen Mary 2

February 8, 2013

Laura

Posted in: Queen Mary 2

Valentine’s Day is approaching, and what better way to spend it than on board Queen Mary 2. There are so many romantic things to do; it’s the perfect way to spend a special day.

Here are our top 5 things to do at sea on Valentine’s Day…

  • Take a walk around the deck before enjoying afternoon tea in the Queens Room.
  • Indulge in one of our signature Canyon Ranch massages for a relaxing and pampering afternoon.
  • Dress up for a black tie candle-lit dinner for two in the evening.
  • After a romantic meal, head to the magnificent Royal Court Theatre to watch a musical, or watch a movie in Illuminations.
  • Finish the night ballroom dancing in the Queens Room or dancing in our nightclub, G32.

As well as all of that, why not treat your loved one to some flowers or a bottle of wine, delivered to their stateroom? Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than a dozen red roses.

If you’re getting married, there’s also nothing more romantic than holding your ceremony on board Queen Mary 2 on her Transatlantic Crossing to New York. The Transatlantic Crossing is the perfect combination of marrying Mid-Atlantic and then honeymooning in the most exciting city in the world, New York. While you’re there take in all there is to see and do in New York – watch a show on Broadway, marvel at the Statue of Liberty and take in the breathtaking panoramic views from the top of the Empire State Building, which has to be one of the most popular places to propose.

There are fewer places that compare to one of our Queens for timeless romance, so getting married on board is one way of making your day memorable.  Our Wedding Package includes a romantic ceremony in an elegant venue conducted by the Captain. If you’re already married, you can also renew your vows on board one of our Queens, or celebrate your anniversary in style.

Our three Queens are currently on their world voyages, making Valentine’s Day even more special… We wonder whether there will be any romantic Valentine’s Day proposals inspired by last year’s proposal on board:

Have you celebrated Valentine’s Day on board with us – we’d love to hear what you did to make your day extra special, so do let us know below!

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  1. Lionel Lovell says:

    We were lucky enough to spend Valentines Day on board in Feburary 2011. First we had lunch in Todd English as Dinner was booked out. The entrance was magnificent, Flowers and heart shaped cakes marked “Valentines” . The food was just fantastic. Dinner time in the Dining room was themed towards “Lovers”, lovers of great food and desserts a special love design. A single rose was presented to all ladies was just so special. My partner collected a few, they lasted days in the room to remind us of our special day. After dinner we danced the night away at the Valentines Day Ball. Special time, special day, special photos and most of all just great memories of a special cruise.
    Lionel
    Perth
    Western Australia

  2. patsy davison says:

    Greetings

    would like to know what tours are $60 per day.

    thank you very much – can’t pass up such an opportunity

    Patsy Davison

  3. Good day and god bless a lot to all

    wishing u all a valentine day to all on board the vessels bon voyage to all guy and gals

    love and regards
    rgds / raju chandiramani
    +91 9925936678

  4. Our four trips on the Queen Mary 2 have been wonderful and on August 15 we set off for Southampton tor a London Conference after our arrival. Out 57th anniversary will occur on August 16 and it will be terrific to celebrate it on the ship! The marvellous lack of jet-lag when arriving by ship is ;wonderful and it means you arrive ready to engage in whatever your business or pleasure activities are..

  5. Constance Luttrell says:

    We have longed for the day to sail with Cunard. Others, we are sure, share our desire. Why not combine a New York voyage (or return–or both) with visiting Highclere Castle (maybe others) and call it Downton Abbey via Cunard? Or something like this. This series has become extremely popular, and many of us would like to see this fine old estate and learn of its history along with the Downton Abbey production details. We cannot all be actors, but we truly would like more information. This way we could enjoy a first class trip to get to a first rate look into more of England’s past. Hint, hint!

  6. Deborah says:

    Have just returned from Singapore to Hong Kong sector. Second trip on QM2. This time we were fortunate to do the behind the scenes tour.. extremely enjoyable 3 hours. Learnt so much about the ship. Also thank you to all the officers who so willing answered our questions.

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