is extending its commitment to intellectual enrichment with a unique series of lectures, debates and workshops.
The Cunard Insights programme gives passengers onboard the Queen Mary 2
a chance to broaden their minds and hone their tastes, aided by a number of high-profile personalities.
Among the celebrities offering their two cents through the enrichment programme are comedy icon John Cleese, writer Lynne Truss and actress Victoria Tennant.
Voyagers could also hear from Jeffrey Hoffman, former Nasa astronaut and currently co-director of the Massachusetts Space Grant Consortium at MIT's Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics and polar explorer David Hempleman-Adams.
"Traditionally, Cunard has attracted the world's most well-educated and intrepid passengers," said line President Carol Marlow.
"Dating back to the days of the original Queen Mary, several guests, including distinguished notables such as Winston Churchill or Cole Porter, engaged in informal talks to their fellow travellers as a way of entertaining themselves," she added.Cunard Cruises'
newest ship, Queen Victoria, is set to be launched in December 2007.
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