If, you are getting married and don’t know where to go for a honeymoon, or if your relationship is getting stale and the romance in it needs to be rekindled, there is no setting for romance than on a cruise ship. If, you are so lucky as to be on a luxury ship, such as, the Queen Mary 2 the beautiful sunsets, elegant nights, ever-changing scenery and endless pampering, including destinations that enchant with their sheer beauty, there could be no perfect setting for a legendary love story.
The most expensive ocean vessel to be built, Queen Mary 2 set sail in 2006 and is probably the last of the classic, old fashioned ocean liners.
Huge by cruise ship standards, the Queen Mary 2 can hold up to 2,620 passengers, excluding staff and numbers a vast variety of passenger amenities amongst its attractions. Almost anything you could want on a cruise ship is to be found on Queen Mary 2. Those looking for some tender loving care can head to the Canyon Ranch Spa Club for some pampering and rejuvenation. Then, there is a basketball court and a virtual reality golf course, including a state-of-the-art gym with a separate room for doing weights, for those who are athletic minded.
A uniquely new feature that has been incorporated in Queen Mary 2 is a planetarium and a Maritime Quest Exhibit for those interested in all things marine. There are even dog kennels on board so that you can pamper your best pooch with a holiday on the high seas, instead of leaving him behind.
The best part of the cruise are the evenings on the Queen Mary 2. Calling for elegant dressing, evenings are when the Captain of the ship hosts formal gatherings with a variety of entertainments that include dancing in the largest ballroom on sea, listening to the strains of jazz in the Commodore Club, gambling away or winning fortunes in its casino, enjoying a cabaret in the Chart Room, or plays in the Royal Court Theatre.
Sweeping staircases, high-ceilinged public rooms, a grand ballroom and a promenade deck makes it one of the roomiest cruise ships to sail the sea. Its 14-decks with sports facilities, shops, bars, lounges, five swimming pools and no fewer than 10 restaurants, it’s ratio of one staff member per couple ensures a very high level of service. There are verandas for sitting in and gazing out to sea, while three-quarters of Queen Mary 2 staterooms have balconies. And, some two-story duplexes even have their own private exercise equipment.
With ten sea view restaurants on board, there are many culinary delights to sample and the largest wine selection to keep you afloat. Whether, you dine-in or dine-out, room service is available 24 x 7!
What other luxury transportation could one ask for rekindling a dead romance than cruising on Queen Mary 2!