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.
Are dogs allowed on Queen Mary 2?
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 I take my dog on a Cunard cruise?
Answer: Cruise ships cannot accommodate pets for two simple reasons. One cruise line, Cunard, does allow dogs and cats (no birds) on certain transatlantic cruises on the Queen Mary 2 (QM2), but many restrictions apply and space is limited and expensive.
Can dogs travel on ships?
That ship, the only long-distance passenger vessel to carry pets, just became even more luxurious for traveling cats and dogs. Kennel master Oliver Cruz is in charge of caring for the pets onboard, walking, feeding, and playing with them. Their human families can visit, but can’t take them back to their cabins.
Can I take my cat on a cruise?
Cats Allowed? According to the Humane Society of the United States, only a select and small amount of cruise ships permit cats or dogs as passengers.