Posted January 16th, 2018, 09:33 AM
The quality of the ships are going down as is the service I found that this time round. It only takes someone to take them on for transatlantic crossings and they could be in trouble. Besides the younger generations of cruisers don't seem to be into Cunard do they? And they are so arrogant to claim the ships are always full the Jan 3rd crossing was not full it was about 80% max.
And I have found service consistently excellent across all my sailings, and I think it’s fair to point out Cunard has never
had a better fleet in terms of amenities offered, consistency of experience, safety or itineraries offered. My first sailing was in 2011, when I was 16, since then I have introduced many friends to the line and all have loved it. Who is going to build a ship capable of competing with QM2 on the Atlantic if it would end up causing both
ships to operate at a loss until one or the other blinked?