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International Cruises, Cunard Line

CUNARD LINE

        Cunard Line is a British cruise line with a long history (founded in 1840). Originally operating transatlantic service with ocean liners, Cunard Line nowadays is also a company providing cruise vacations. Its ships are easily recognizable with their characteristic black hulls and red funnels.

        After her debut, Queen Mary 2 was once the largest, the longest, the widest and the tallest cruise ship ever built, while Queen Elizabeth 2 that retired in 2008 was probably the most famous cruise ship in the last century. Both ships make the name of Cunard more well-known.

        Ships of Cunard sail to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Caribbean and South America. Annual world cruises are also organized.
 


Ship(s) in Operation

 

Ship

Queen Mary 2

Entered Service

2004 January 12th

Builder

Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire (France)

Original Cost

US$800 million

Registry

Hamilton, Bermuda

Gross Tonnage

151400 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

345.1 x 41.2 x 10.0 (m), 1132.0 x 135.0 x 32.8 (ft)

Speed

28.5 knots, 30 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

13

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

1296 (279, 62, 955)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2592 / 3056

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

58.41 / 49.54

Total Crew

1253, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.07 / 2.44

Navigation Officers

British

IMO Number, Call Sign

9241061, ZCEF6

Sister Ships

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History

2004- : Queen Mary 2 (Cunard Line)

 

Ship

Queen Victoria

Queen Elizabeth

Entered Service

2007 December 11th

2010 October 12th

Builder

Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A.,

Marghera, Venice (Italy)

Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A.,

Monfalcone, Gorizia (Italy)

Original Cost

US$522 million

US$634 million

Registry

Hamilton, Bermuda

Gross Tonnage

90000 tons

90400 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

294.1 x 32.3 x 8.0 (m), 964.5 x 106.0 x 26.2 (ft)

Speed

21.7 knots, 23.7 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

13

Number of Cabins

(Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

990 (133, 139, 718)

1046 (152, 139, 755)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1980 / 2150

2092 / 2300

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

45.45 / 41.86

43.21 / 39.17

Total Crew

1003, International

1000, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.97 / 2.14

2.09 / 2.30

Navigation Officers

British

IMO Number, Call Sign

9320556, ZCEF3

9477438, ZCEF2

Sister Ships

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History

2007- : Queen Victoria (Cunard Line)

2010- : Queen Elizabeth (Cunard Line)

 

Former Ship(s)

 

Ship

Queen Elizabeth 2

Queen Victoria <I>

Entered Service

1969 May 2nd

2005 April

Builder

Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, Clydebank (Scotland)

Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A.,

Marghera, Venice (Italy)

Original Cost

UK£29 million

US$400 million

Registry

Southampton, United Kingdom of Great Britain

Southampton, United Kingdom of Great Britain

Gross Tonnage

70327 tons

83000 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

293.5 x 32.0 x 9.9 (m), 962.7 x 105.0 x 32.4 (ft)

290.0 x 32.3 x 8.0 (m), 951.2 x 105.8 x 26.2 (ft)

Speed

28.5 knots, 32.5 knots (maximum)

22 knots, 24 knots (maximum)

Passenger Decks

12

13

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

988 (312, 646, 30)

984 (136, 165, 683)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1847 / 1900

1968 / 2534

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

38.08 / 37.01

42.17 / 32.75

Total Crew

1016

866

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.82 / 1.87

2.27 / 2.93

Navigation Officers

British

British

IMO Number, Call Sign

6725418, GBTT

9226906, /

Sister Ships

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History

1969-1982: Queen Elizabeth 2 (Cunard Line)
1982-1982: Queen Elizabeth 2
     (UK troopship in the Falklands War)
1982-2008: Queen Elizabeth 2 (Cunard Line)
2008: laid up at Dubai, United Arab Emirates

2005-2005: Queen Victoria <I> (Cunard Line)
     [planned but never operated]
2005- : Arcadia (P&O Cruises)

 

Ship

Caronia

Sagafjord

Entered Service

1973 May

1965 October

Builder

Swan Hunter Shipbuilders, Newcastle (England)

Societe Nouvelle des Forges et Chantiers de la
Méditerranée
, La Seyne-sur-Mer (France)

Original Cost

US$35 million

US$30 million

Registry

Southampton, United Kingdom of Great Britain

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

24492 tons

24528 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

191.1 x 24.4 x 8.2 (m), 626.8 x 80.0 x 26.9 (ft)

188.9 x 24.5 x 8.3 (m), 619.6 x 80.4 x 27.2 (ft)

Speed

20 knots

20 knots

Passenger Decks

10

9

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

376 (54, 288, 34)

321 (23, 274, 24)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

679 / 732

589 / 620

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

36.07 / 33.46

41.64 / 39.56

Total Crew

400, European

350, European

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.70 / 1.83

1.68 / 1.77

Navigation Officers

British

Norwegian

IMO Number, Call Sign

7214715, MZFP7

6416043, C6ZU

Sister Ships

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History

1973-1983: Vistafjord (Norwegian America Line)
1983-1999: Vistafjord (Cunard Line)
1999-2004: Caronia (Cunard Line)

2004- : Saga Ruby (Saga Cruises)

1965-1983: Sagafjord (Norwegian America Line)
1983-1996: Sagafjord (Cunard Line)
1996-1997: Gripsholm (Transocean Tours)
1997-2009: Saga Rose (Saga Cruises)
2009-2010: [laid up]
2010: sold for scrap in Jiangyin, China

 

Ship

Royal Viking Sun

Sea Goddess I

Sea Goddess II

Entered Service

1988 November

1984 April

1985 May

Builder

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Turku (Finland)

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Helsinki (Finland)

Original Cost

US$125 million

US$34 million

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Oslo, Norway

Gross Tonnage

37848 tons

4260 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

204.0 x 28.9 x 7.1 (m), 669.1 x 94.8 x 23.2 (ft)

104.8 x 14.3 x 4.2 (m), 343.7 x 46.9 x 13.8 (ft)

Speed

21.5 knots

17.5 knots

Passenger Decks

9

5

Number of Cabins
(Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

370 (20, 200, 150)

58 (0, 58, 0)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy /
Full Occupancy)

740 / 814

116 / 116

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy /
Full Occupancy)

51.15 / 46.50

37.35 / 37.35

Total Crew

460, European

79, Scandinavian

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy /
Full Occupancy)

1.61 / 1.77

1.47 / 1.47

Navigation Officers

Norwegian

Norwegian

IMO Number, Call Sign

8700280, C6DM3

8203438, LMXP

8203440, LNQX

Sister Ships

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History

1988-1994: Royal Viking Sun (Royal Viking Line)
1994-1999: Royal Viking Sun (Cunard Line)
1999-2002: Seabourn Sun (Seabourn Cruise Line)
2002- : Prinsendam (Holland America Line)

1984-1986: Sea Goddess I
     (Sea Goddess Cruises /
     Norske Cruise)
1986-1999: Sea Goddess I
     (Cunard Line)
1999-2001: Seabourn Goddess I
     (Seabourn Cruise Line)
2001- : SeaDream I
     (SeaDream Yacht Club)

1985-1986: Sea Goddess II
     (Sea Goddess Cruises /
     Norske Cruise)
1986-1999: Sea Goddess II
     (Cunard Line)
1999-2001: Seabourn Goddess II
     (Seabourn Cruise Line)
2001- : SeaDream II
     (SeaDream Yacht Club)

 

Ship

Cunard Countess

Cunard Princess

Cunard Adventurer

Cunard Ambassador

Entered Service

1976 August

1977 March

1971 October

1972 October

Builder

Burmeister & Wein, Copenhagen (Denmark)

Rotterdamsche Dry Dock, Rotterdam (Holland)

Original Cost

US$17 million

unknown

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

17593 tons

17495 tons

14155 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

163.5 x 22.8 x 5.8 (m), 536.3 x 74.8 x 19.0 (ft)

148.1 x 21.5 x 6.2 (m), 485.8 x 70.5 x 20.3 (ft)

Speed

18 knots

20.5 knots

Passenger Decks

8

7

Number of Cabins
(Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

398 (149, 249, 0)

403 (133, 270, 0)

403

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy /
Full Occupancy)

796 / 956

805 / 962

806

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy /
Full Occupancy)

22.10 / 18.40

21.73 / 18.19

17.56

Total Crew

360, International

350, International

320, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy /
Full Occupancy)

2.21 / 2.66

2.30 / 2.75

2.52

Navigation Officers

British

British

IMO Number, Call Sign

7358561, CBCF

7358573, CPCG

7046936, ?

7208144, ?

Sister Ships

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History

1976-1996: Cunard Countess (Cunard Line)
1996-1998: Awani Dream 2 (Awani Cruises)
1998-2002: Olympic Countess (Royal Olympic Cruises)
2002-2004: Olympia Countess (Royal Olympia Cruises)
2004-2005: Ocean Countess (Majestic International Cruises)
2005-2006: Lili Marleen (Holiday Kreuzfahrten)
2006-2007: Ocean Conutess (Monarch Classic Cruises)
2007-2007: Ruby (Louis Cruise Lines)
2007-2008: Ocean Countess (Monarch Classic Cruises)
2008-2009: Ocean Pacific (Viagens CVC)
2009-2009: New Pacific (Quail Cruises)
2009-2010: [laid up]
2010-2012: Ocean Countess (Cruise & Maritime Voyages)
2012- : [laid up]

1977-1995: Cunard Princess (Cunard Line)
     [originally named Cunard Conquest]
1995-1995: Rhapsody (StarLauro Cruises)
1995-2003: Rhapsody (Mediterranean Shipping Cruises)
2003-2009: MSC Rhapsody (MSC Cruises)
2009- : Golden Iris (Mano Cruises)

1971-1977: Cunard Adventurer (Cunard Line)
1977-1991: Sunward II (Norwegian Cruise Line)
1991-1995: Triton (Epirotiki Lines)
1995-2002: Triton (Royal Olympic Cruises)
2002-2004: Triton (Royal Olympia Cruises)
2004- : Coral (Louis Cruise Lines)

1972-1975: Cunard Ambassador (Cunard Line)
1975-1980: Linda Clausen (container ship)
1980-1983: Procyon (container ship)
1983-1984: Raslan (container ship)
1984: sold for scrap in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

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