Cunard releases cutaway illustration of Queen Anne

Cunard releases cutaway illustration of Queen Anne

Image documents some of Cunard's most iconic moments

Cunard has unveiled a cutaway image of its newest ship, Queen Anne, which pays homage to the company’s iconic advertising posters from the 1920s.

You can view the poster here.

The image, created by artist Dominik Bulka, highlights several of Cunard’s signature venues and public spaces. These include the Grand Lobby and Golden Lion pub, as well as brand new concepts for Queen Anne, such as the light-installation themed Bright Lights Society show bar.

The image has been released to coincide with Cunard’s 183rd anniversary.

The agent version showcases a number of notable features from across Cunard’s fleet and history.

The image includes:

  • Deck one contains two bellhops feeding a hippo in a swimming pool, in a reference to a
    transatlantic crossing in 1963 by three-year-old Jimmy, a hippopotamus making his way from
    Naples to Chester Zoo. In fact, he travelled on deck in an awning-covered cage to protect
    him from the sun.
  • The onboard kennels found on Queen Mary 2, which house up to 24 owner’s pets. They
    include a British lamppost from the Cunard building in Liverpool, as well as a New York City
    fire hydrant, to prevent transatlantic pet homesickness.
  • The top deck big screen has a scene from The Greatest Showman, which premiered on
    Queen Mary 2 in 2017. This represented the first time a Hollywood movie debuted on a
    passenger ship.
  • Famous faces who have travelled with Cunard are included throughout the cutaway, from
    past guests such as David Bowie and Nelson Mandela, to the line’s founder, Sir Samuel

A number of limited-edition original cutaway posters will additionally be created ahead of Queen
Anne’s maiden voyage, on May 3, 2024.

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