162 Queen Mary 2 Tips

rharrington317
Oct 08, 2015

Thoroughly enjoyed lecture as well as the play.

ceconst
Oct 18, 2015

Shows in the evening were great.

CaptJackRussell
Oct 29, 2015

Sometimes the entertainment will surprise you. What you might expect to be not so good turns out to be incredible. Considering that it's a small troupe and very repetitive, they never seem to get tired of doing their job with enthusiasm and genuinely seem to enjoy it.

wodgies11
Nov 19, 2015

Please see our comments above.

anaward25
Dec 01, 2015

Take time to meet the people on the ship and mingle with their guests speakers and lecturers, you can strike amazing conversations AND friendships that way!!!!

ask513
Dec 07, 2015

Study the daily progam and choose from a variaty of offers, lectures, concerts, dancing, music or just relax at one of the pools.

volramos1
Dec 08, 2015

Relaxing way to travel across the atlantic

jjd311
Dec 08, 2015

Tip - review the daily program each night to plan your following day. The ship offers so much to do (especially on a Transatlantic crossing) you'll never run out of things to do and will have to make choices about what to miss!

bmetcalf
May 13, 2019

Get to Afternoon Tea early, as they often run out of seats.

lcc39753137
Dec 29, 2015

Deck 6 mid-ship is convenient to the buffet on deck 7 as well as to the dining room on decks 2 and 3.

EHU
May 04, 2016

Arrive a day ahead of your sail date. Southampton is a good 2 hour drive from Heathrow. In the event of any delays you can still make your embarkation time safely. Hotels are reasonably priced in the area.

ecurtis1862
May 29, 2016

The weather can be quite cold and windy if you plan to walk out on the deck. Plan to dress warm!

joanne4284
Aug 16, 2016

Free laundries. Many options every day. Hard to be bored. Interesting, friendly fellow travelers. Mostly exceptional help.

mimzee321
Jul 10, 2016

Casino has slot machines that don't pay well. They have no crap table since renovation.

andychears
Aug 06, 2016

THE COMPARISON BETWEEN FLYING BUSINESS CLASS IS CLOSE ENOUGH TO GIVE THE QM2 THE NOD.

joanne4284
Aug 10, 2016

If possible, choose a mid ship room. They have less movement in rough seas. If leaving from New York, choose Starboard (uneven numbered) room as the Statue of Liberty will be on that side as you leave the US.

mspier
Aug 12, 2016

By booking a Britannia Club Balcony stateroom on either deck 12 or 13 you are assigned to the Britannia Club Restaurant. This room has a single seating and you don't have to decide a particular time in the main Britannia Restaurant. The room is smaller and intimate, providing more personal service.

ronfmoore
Aug 14, 2016

If you are thinking about making the crossing - just do it! We did it each way and look forward to doing it again.

susanainvegas
Sep 11, 2016

the few new single cabins are very well appointed, and because of their mid-ship location are more expensive than paying the surcharge for single occupancy. The singles are on decks 2 and 3, no obstructed balconies, just windows. While nice, not a good deal at all!!

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