UPCOMING SHOWS, Saturdays 11am-12pm, July 15th


For over 175-years, Cunard - the operator of Queen Mary 2 , Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth , has been taking passengers all over the world in grand style and comfort.

If you’ve been dreaming about the “Golden Age of Ocean Travel” – you can stop dreaming and start doing at a price you can afford.

Cunard has it all. Glamour…gracious service…luxurious accommodations…magnificent public rooms…and it’s all so civilized – and a British tradition.

I’ve had the great pleasure sailing aboard all three “Queens” and Saturday morning, July 15th at 11:00, my “Let’s Talk Travel with AAA” guest is Judy Kale, sales manager for Cunard and veteran cruise expert.

Many people are under the impression that a Cunard cruise – particularly a transatlantic crossing – is cost prohibited. It is not. A crossing is more affordable than you think and the price varies with your cabin category and the time of year.

Guests may choose an onboard premium experience in the Britannia category or a luxury sailing in Grill Class suites.

Is a future cruise aboard a Cunard ocean liner the right match for you? It probably is and you’ll learn all about the ships, the sales and ongoing promotions during Saturday’s show.

Luxury on a grand scale – Cunard – the most famous ocean liners in the world.


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