I thought it might be fun to share with you a cruise piece Cunard Line has done to show that transatlantic cruises can be fun, and provide a wealth of things to do. Because there are so many, I will be dividing them up over the next few days. Covered in the piece are leisurely pursuits, cultural affairs, thoroughly British moments, fine dining and divine wining, fitness fare, cordially yours, and life’s simpler pleasures. So sit back, and enjoy what Cunard is making available to you if you choose to sail on a transatlantic cruise aboard the Queen mary 2.
The first 10 items fall under the category of Leisurely Pursuits. They are:
-Relax in the soaring Grand Lobby and enjoy the angelic melodies of the harpist.
-Take a watercolor class and paint your own impressions of “The Crossing”.
-Play duplicate bridge in the Atlantic Room.
-Be forward looking. From the Sports Deck, head to The Lookout-an observation platform with endless views of the bow.
-Log onto the Internet in ConneXions and stay in touch with the outside world.
-Program your music favorites to play on the interactive TV in your stateroom.
-Invite new friends over for a cocktail party with canapes in your stateroom.
-Learn more bridge conventions from an ACBL Certified Master Instructor.
-Spend a lazy afternoon with a recently released film in Illuminations.
-Hit or stand your hand at the Blackjack Tournament in the Empire Casino,