Cunard is to introduce silent discos across its fleet, as the company looks to entertain late night revellers while not disturbing those looking for an early night.
David Jones, Vice President of Marketing & Sales at Cunard, said: “Cunard is known for being a pioneer of sophisticated and luxurious travel, but the introduction of silent discos to our nightclub venues reflects our commitment to offering immersive and contemporary experiences for guests. I’m sure some may be surprised to learn that our ships have nightclubs, let alone silent discos, and this is just one of the many unexpected experiences you’ll now find on a Cunard voyage.”
Queen Mary 2 has the G32 nightclub, while the Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria have the Yacht Club. Introducing silent discos also means that Cunard can turn other spaces, such as the Grand Lobby, pictured, into party venues.
Jones added: “As a business, we have always been willing to embrace new trends and have continually adapted our offering to evolve with the times – it’s in our DNA and goes right back to our forebears launching the world’s first ocean liner in 1840. This latest innovation ensures we remain at the cutting edge of luxury travel as we strive to provide guests with unforgettable moments they will cherish for a lifetime.”