Cunard’s Remastered QM2 Features More Kennels

Ella Bean, a Yorkie mix, enjoys the remastered kennels on the Queen Mary 2

As the only passenger vessel to carry dogs and cats, Queen Mary 2 has expanded its kennel service during its multi-million dollar renovation. Pet travel has soared over recent years and due to increased demand, Cunard has added 12 new kennels for a total of 24.

In addition, the ship extended the kennel area, adding an owner’s lounge, new pet playground, and a larger outdoor area with an historic English lamppost and American fire hydrant so canines from both sides of the pond will feel at home.

Cunard’s pet-friendly policy dates back 176 years to the maiden voyage of the Britannia in 1840 when the ship sailed with a cow to provide fresh milk for passengers. Famous canines such as Rin-Tin-Tin, Elizabeth Taylor’s pampered pups and the Duke of Windsor’s dogs traveled on Cunard and to continue that tradition, NYC’s top Instagram dogs, @ChloeTheMiniFrenchie, @WallytheWelshCori, and @EllaBeanTheDog, joined Cunard on board the ship to cut the ribbon on the new kennels

And, of course, the dog's names are put on each of the kennels.

Chloe The Mini Frenchie

Wally The Welsh Corgi

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