Easter got off to a relaxing start for members who joined the Chamber’s visit to the Queen Mary II during a Hong Kong stop-off for the luxury liner.
The Chamber’s Retail & Tourism Committee and Cunard Line jointly organised this exclusive visit on 30 March for 45 members to the vessel, which completed a US$132 million refurbishment in 2016.
Cunard is a British cruise line that has been operating passenger ships on the North Atlantic since 1840. Today, the company runs cruises around the world and is also known for its themed events that include Transatlantic Fashion Week and the National Symphony Orchestra.
During the afternoon on board the Queen Mary II, members were able to enjoy some of the facilities available to the ship’s guests, including a full-scale planetarium, a champagne bar and the Royal Court theatre. They also welcomed the opportunity to get an insight into the operation of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.