Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2 is to cater for the singles market for the first time with the introduction of 15 solo cabins.
The new accomodation will be introduced when the ship goes into dry dock in Hamburg on 27 May 2016.
The line is also adding an additional 30 Britannia Club balcony cabins during Queen Mary’s 25 days in dry dock next year.
Guests booking these cabins can dine at any time in the dedicated Britannia Club restaurant, which is also being expended.
This move reflects a growing demand from passengers seeking more flexibility with dining times.
Meanwhile, Cunard will add 10 more kennels, which can house dogs or cats, during the refit.
The ship, which is the onlly vessel that offers dedicated kennels, can currently carry up to 12 animals on each transatlantic crossing. Prices starts at $800.
The new accomodations are now on sale, do not hesitate to contact Discover North America for more information.