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Cunard Line

Built in 1973 -- 24,492 tons -- 665 passengers (double capacity)


The White Star Bar on board Caronia features vintage nautical memorabilia that recalls the company’s heritage in a color scheme of blue, gold, and dark green. 

Caronia’ single seating Franconia Dining Room is named after a notable past Cunard vessel. 

When isn’t in use for dining, the tables in Caronia’s Tivoli Restaurant (an alternative restaurant serving Italian cuisine) convert to game tables for card play in the mornings. 

On Bridge Deck, the Caronia’s two split-level Grand Suites are named Carmania Suite and Saxonia Suite, borrowing two names from illustrious Cunarders of the past. 

The Business Center on Cunard’s Caronia features ten computers. 

Caronia has a self-service launderette as well as laundry service. 

Even on long voyages, menus are not repeated by Caronia chefs and guests can order “off menu” at any time. 

There are no children’s facilities on Cunard’s Caronia.

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