Take your dog on the Queen Mary II

Considered to be the grandest ship ever built to date, this luxury ocean liner features indulgences from bow to stern. Travelers can enjoy all the modern amenities as well as it’s striking opulent decor, world class dining and entertainment, lounges, theaters, personalized services, and a Planetariu – the only one at sea. Travelers may embark from a dozen ports around the world; the US ports are Ft Lauderdale, Los Angeles, and New York. Dogs are allowed on board and preplanning is highly recommended as there are only a limited number of kennels. Depending on the destination, certain preparations must be made for the dogs that usually take up to about 6 months prior to the trip: example – blood work, shots, destination requirements, etc. One kennel will accommodate dogs 25 pounds and under; dogs over 25 pounds will need 2 kennels. A Kennel Master is always on duty to see to the walking, feeding, and cleaning of their canine guests. Each kennel costs $700 per trip. More Information.



3 Responses to “Take your dog on the Queen Mary II”

  1. angela says:

    They cannot stay in your cabin with you? If that’s the case,this cruise is not with pets and sounds like a big waste of money and trouble…our pup is 5lbs of chihuaha,needs to be with us always,like many small dogs—Sad that cruise lines don’t offer this feature..it would be a hugs moneymaker,as so many of us consider Alfie is part of the family! Oh well….

  2. Melanie says:

    I agree Angela.. I was thinking the same thing.
    If my “little bit” is locked up the whole trip, why wouldn’t I let her stay at her current “hotel” where she is out playing with humans she knows, and is comfortable with? And frankly it is a lot less expense than the $700.00 jail fee :(
    I would gladly pay the $700.00 if she were free to be with me though…
    Oh well… I guess it is a start.

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