is set to take voyagers on a new journey - to the stars.
The cruise line is introducing two new space shows, Cosmic Collisions and Passport to the Universe, to be displayed on the Queen Mary 2
Created in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium, the features will stun cruisers with the wonders of space at the Illuminations - the only planetarium at sea.
Stars grace the project in more ways than one. While seasoned cruisers will be used to hearing Harrison Ford ask the question: The Search for Life: Are We Alone? and the new shows boast similar celebrity credentials.
Cosmic Collisions is narrated by none other than Robert Redford, while Tom Hanks lends his Oscar-winning voice to Passport to the Universe.
Ray Salva, Assistant Director of Travelling Exhibitions and Planetarium Shows for the American Museum of Natural History, says: "Our scientists and visualisers use only the most current scientific data, astrophysical simulations, state-of-the-art computer models and vast supercomputing capacity to bring the wonders of modern astronomy to the public."Cunard Cruises
is renowned for its commitment to cultural enrichment. Last year, the Queen Mary 2
hosted A Most Civilised Literary Adventure, in which a selection of writers from the New Yorker delighted cruisers with their wit and expertise.
© Adfero Ltd