You can’t live in the past, but it’s a glorious place to visit.

Once there was a time of exuberant optimism. A time when Royals aboard Cunard’s Servia sipped champagne on the first ship to be lighted with electricity. It was a time when running water was a novelty, yet tycoons aboard Aquitania swam laps in the first swimming pool aboard a ship, even as the crossed the Atlantic in record time. It was a time when gentlemen on Queen Mary dress for dinner, and passengers wore tee-shirts under their clothing. Aboard Cunard Line, these are times like those. Promenade before dinner. Enjoy White Star Service. Kick back with an all-star Big Band, drink fine wines and dance until dawn. Cruise the world or cross the Atlantic. What was lavish, remains so. What was grand then, is grand today. This is a time when there is no greater pleasure than to travel aboard the luxury liners of Cunard. This is a time to call your travel counselor for reservations or, for a complimentary brochure, call 800.7.CUNARD.

Advancing civilization since 1840.


Rick Lawrence