The Queen Mary 2 accepts the carriage of pet animals except on the first and last cruises of the season.
The ship provides 12 deluxe kennels (they are adding more during their renovation) and a full time “pet master” to provide care for your pet.
Be sure to book early as kennel space is limited.
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.
Are pets allowed on the Queen Mary?
The Queen Mary. The Queen Mary Hotel welcomes one dog up to 25 lbs for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Dogs may not be left in the room unattended. Dogs are permitted to use any green area for pet relief and may be walked off the ship.
Can you take your pet on a cruise?
Answer: Cruise ships cannot accommodate pets for two simple reasons. First, pets have to have somewhere to sleep, exercise, and (most importantly) relieve themselves. Cruise ships have very strict sanitation and health codes, and meeting these codes prohibits ships from allowing pets onboard.