Cunard is a British-American owned cruise line. Based in Southampton, the company was sold to Carnival Corporation for the sum of $500 million. Cunard cruises are marketed toward consumers who want to experience the elegance associated with a luxury cruise from the early part of the last century.
Which vessel do you want to work on? Options include:
Queen Mary 2
The Queen Elizabeth is 964.5 feet in length, and is 106 feet wide. She can reach a speed of 23.7 knots. At full capacity, the Queen Elizabeth can accommodate 2,092 guests, whose needs are seen to by 996 crew members.
The Queen Mary 2 has been described as the "most magnificent ocean liner ever built." She has 14 decks that include features such as theaters, ballrooms and lounges for guests to use. The Queen Mary 2 also has the distinction of having a Planetarium. Guests who choose to sail on this ship expect the best of everything on their cruise, and they won't be disappointed.
She measures 1,132 feet in length and is 131 feet wide. This ship's guest capacity is 2,620, and she carries a crew of 1,253. Accommodation on board ranges from a standard stateroom (measuring 155 sq. ft) to a Grand Duplex Suite (2,249 sq. ft).
The Queen Victoria joined the Cunard Line in December of 2007. The interior of the ship is outfitted with marble, fine woods and plush carpets. Guests who sail on her are surrounded by elegance at every turn.
This ship measures 964.5 feet in length and 106 feet in width. She can carry up to 2,000 guests and a crew of 1,003.
The Queen Victoria is a remarkably elegant vessel. See it sailing into Venice, Italy in this video:
Cunard offers transatlantic crossings and world cruises to its clientele, as well as cruises to the following destinations:
Canary Islands, Madeira and the Azores
Caribbean, Mexico and the Panama Canal
Northern Europe and British Isles
Scandinavia, the Baltic and Iceland
USA and Canada
Working for Cunard
Cunard is recruiting for positions on the most elegant cruise line in the world. As a highly-respected player in the industry, the company hires workers for positions on board its vessels, as well as land-based corporate positions. Job titles to look for, include:
Commis de Cuisine
Demi Chef de Partie
Voyage Sales Specialist
Content Program Manager
Customer Service Operations Analyst
District Sales Manager
Employee Benefits Manager
Environmental Health Officer
IT Business Analyst
Cunard Line hires year-round for land-based and shipboard jobs. Track current openings in the CruiseJobFinder Job Center when you become a member.