Question: Are Dogs Allowed On Cunard Cruises?

When it comes to cruise ships that allow pets, there’s only one: Cunard’s Queen Mary 2.

On certain transatlantic sailings — those between New York and Southampton, either direction — you can bring your dog or cat, but that doesn’t mean your fuzzy family members will be able to snuggle with you in your cabin.

Does Queen Mary 2 allow dogs?

Queen Mary 2 Kennels. There is a way to travel with pets to England. Book a transatlantic crossing (a stateroom for you and a kennel for your pet) aboard Cunard’s Queen Mary 2, the only ship in the world that permits pets to cruise with their owners between the two countries.

Can pets travel on cruise ships?

When it comes to cruise ships that allow pets, there’s only one: Cunard’s Queen Mary 2. On certain transatlantic sailings — those between New York and Southampton, either direction — you can bring your dog or cat, but that doesn’t mean your fuzzy family members will be able to snuggle with you in your cabin.

How much does it cost to take your dog on the Queen Mary 2?

NOTE: The kennels aboard the QM2 book quickly, and availability is limited. The Queen Mary 2 accepts the carriage of pet animals except on the first and last cruises of the season. The cost of transportation will be given to you at the time you make your own booking but will likely range between $800 and $1,000USD.

Can you take a dog on a cargo ship?

Your dog will never travel in a crate*, and your dog will never ever travel in a cargo hold or on a cargo plane, train or truck. Dogs of all sizes are permitted in the cabin of the aircraft, in train cars, on ships**, and at all DogTravel approved hotels, resorts, B&B’s, and vacation rentals.