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Department Contact Number
Cunard Head Office 0843 208 2441
Customer Service 0843 208 2443
Complaints Department for Adidas 0843 208 2445

Cunard Head Office Contact Number Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Head Office 9am-6pm, Monday to Friday

Cunard Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office Cunard Line
Carnival House
100 Harbour Parade
Southampton
SO15 1ST

Cunard Cruises

Cunard Head Office Contact Number
Queen Elizabeth

Cunard has offered cruises for a few years. You can book a number of cruises on Cunard ships, simply head over the Cunard website and look at their deals section. You can also upgrade a previous booking with the company on their site, just log into your account and follow the instructions on the screen. If you cannot find what you are looking for on the Cunard site, we suggest you call a member of staff on the number above for more information. Someone will aim to help you as soon as possible.

Cunard History

Founded in 1840 as The British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Cunard serves all areas of the world including the Transatlantic, Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Caribbean. Today, they are known for the shipping and travel excursions.

When the company first started trading, they would take passengers and cargo on long haul journeys, are were well known for their large and imposing starliners. The first iron-hulled paddler was created by Cunard, and was name Persia, for her size and grace on the water. Since then, the company have been responsible for some of the largest ships in the world. These include the record-breaking  Etruria, collosalCampania and RMS Carpathia, known for today for its historic role in the saving of survivors from the sinking Titanic.

In a bid to out-size Cunard, White Star ordered the build of The Titanic. In order to be larger and faster, the captain was ordered to speed the boat along and reach its destination quicker than anticipated. This turned out colossalmistake, which ended in misery when the ship sunk in the Atlantic ocean. Cunard and White Star would later join forces to create a series or large ships together.

Cunard Deals

As well as on the Cunard website, you can find deals with Cunard on many compare website such as Travel Republic. You can also phone a member of staff on the number above and ask for any deals on the dates you have selected.

Jobs with Cunard

For job opportunities with Cunard, head over to their careers website. There you will find a number of opportunities related to you and your skills. You can also find information on open days and on-shore careers on this site.

FAQ’s

What Cruises can I book with Cunard?

You can book a number of cruises on Cunard ships, simply head over the Cunard website and look at their deals section. You can also upgrade a previous booking with the company on their site, just log into your account and follow the instructions on the screen. If you cannot find what you are looking for on the Cunard site, we suggest you call a member of staff on the number above for more information. Someone will aim to help you as soon as possible.

When was Cunard Founded?

Founded in 1840 as The British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Cunard serves all areas of the world including the Transatlantic, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and the Caribbean. Today, they are known for the shipping and travel excursions.

Can I get a job with Cunard Cruises?

For job opportunities with Cunard, head over to their careers website. There you will find a number of opportunities related to you and your skills. You can also find information on open days and on-shore careers on this site.

Where can I find deals with Cunard?

As well as on the Cunard website, you can find deals with Cunard on many compare website such as the Travel Republic. You can also phone a member of staff on the number above and ask for any deals on the dates you have selected.

What is the most famous Cunard ship?

It could be argued that a few of the Cunard ships are their most famous.  The first iron-hulled paddler was created by Cunard, and was name Persia, for her size and grace on the water. Since then, the company have been responsible for some of the largest ships in the world. These include the record-breaking  Etruria, Campania and RMS Carpathia, known for today for its historic role in the saving of survivors from the sinking Titanic.

In a bid to out-size Cunard, White Star ordered the build of The Titanic. In order to be larger and faster, the captain was ordered to speed the boat along and reach its destination quicker than anticipated. This turned out to be a colossal mistake, which ended in misery when the ship sunk in the Atlantic ocean. Cunard and White Star would later join forces to create a series or large ships together.

Today, Cunard own and run the famous Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth. All of which are well known around the world for their size and capacity.

More about Cunard

Founded in 1840 as The British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Cunard serves all areas of the world including the Transatlantic, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and the Caribbean. Today, they are known for the shipping and travel excursions.

When the compay first started trading, they would take passengers and cargo on long haul journeys, are were well known for their large and imposing starliners. The first iron-hulled paddler was created by Cunard, and was name Persia, for her size and grace on the water. Since then, the company have been responsible for some of the largest ships in the world. These include the record-breaking  Etruria, Campania and RMS Carpathia, known for today for its historic role in the saving of survivors from the sinking Titanic.

In a bid to out-size Cunard, White Star ordered the build of The Titanic. In order to be larger and faster, the captain was ordered to speed the boat along and reach its destination quicker than anticipated. This turned out to be a colossal mistake, which ended in misery when the ship sunk in the Atlantic ocean. Cunard and White Star would later join forces to create a series or large ships together.

Today, Cunard own and run the famous Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.