Cunard Line appoints Baltic GSA as their representative in the Baltic states

As from 1 June 2013, Baltic GSA will coordinate all sales and marketing related questions for the Cunard Line in the territory of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.

Founded in 1840, Cunard Line has carried its passengers across the seas in unparalleled style for than a century and half. Its iconic ships have been known as the most famous ocean liners in the world, setting the bar for sophisticated ocean travel. The most glamorous names of yesterday and today have made champagne toasts in their salons, waltzed the night away in their grand ballrooms, savoured grand feasts of the finest flavours in their dining rooms, and whiled away hours immersed in fascinating conversation on their decks.

Proudly building on its rich history, Cunard today operates three luxury cruise ships, some of the largest and most opulent liners in the world.

Queen Elizabeth is Cunard’s newest luxury liner, named by Her Majesty the Queen in October 2010. With her gracefully ornate rooms recapturing the spirit of high society of 1930ies, she carries on the heritage of the first Cunarder to bear her name.

Queen Mary 2 is the most magnificent luxury ocean liner ever built. Her every detail harkens to the Golden Age of Ocean Travel, and yet she provides one of the most modern luxury cruise travel experiences on earth. Her fourteen spacious decks are filled with extravagant dining rooms, ballrooms, theatres, lounges and even the only Planetarium at sea.

Queen Victoria joined the Cunard fleet in December 2007. She is famed for her sophisticated elegance and graceful splendour, capturing the elegance of the great liners. With her luxurious marbles, woods, plush carpets, rich fabrics and soft furnishings, this ship is a true Cunarder, proudly upholding the line’s famous traditions.

The passengers can immerse themselves in the luxury of Cunard liners on its many exciting itineraries in Europe and the Americas. A special treat is Cunard’s legendary seven-night transatlantic crossing from Southampton to New York, bringing back a bygone era when the travel was as much part of the journey as the destination. For the ultimate adventure, Cunard even offers round-the-world itineraries up to 119 night long.