Cunard QM2 - Transatlantic Review
The service was brilliant especially in the Brittannia restaurant where the waiters were always friendly, pleasant and eager to help. There was lots to do from pub quizzes to concert pianists from which, I enjoyed a wide range of activities and made many friends. I stayed in an inside cabin on deck 6 which was quite central for restaurants, bars, etc. The Atlantic Ocean was beautiful to ponder and look at throughout the whole crossing. Afternoon tea in the Queens Room with white glove service was delightful, an old fashioned English occasion. The shows were outstanding. The only negative point about my cruise experience was check in at the port of Brooklyn, I had to queue for two hours, which is a very poor impression for Cunard who purport to be the best cruise line in the world.