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Imagine Cruising Dubai launches special deal for Queen Mary 2’s 2018 Singapore-Dubai voyage

Imagine Cruising Dubai has put together a special deal for Middle East cruisers wanting to experience Queen Mary 2’s voyage from Singapore to Dubai next year.

The flagship of the Cunard fleet, Queen Mary 2 will depart Singapore on April 4th, 2018 bound for Dubai, where will arrive on the 18th of April. The 15-night voyage is being sold as a 16-night package with flights and a one night stay in a four star hotel in Singapore included.

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“Your 15 night cruise contains the perfect blend of exciting cities and blissful beach destinations,” Imagine Cruising Dubai says in their release. “You’ll experience Singapore’s fascinating mix of old and new, Phuket’s beautiful beaches, the glittering Petronas Towers that dominate Kuala Lumpur’s skyline and Penang’s ornate temples before cruising to Cochin in India and Muscat; the elegant capital of Oman.”

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Imagine Cruising Dubai are offering this experience for AED 11,320 per person sharing for an inside cabin, AED 12,858 for an outside cabin and just AED 14,708 for a balcony stateroom. With a difference of just three thousand dirhams between an inside and a balcony, they’ve made it very tempting to upgrade!

This Dubai-bound cruise aboard Queen Mary 2 will be particularly special as she will be fresh from her major mid-life refit, which saw a number of new amenities and features added, as well as upgrades to almost every cabin and public room.

For a full rundown of the renovations made to the ship, see our in-depth ship review here.

Queen Mary 2 will cruise from Dubai to Southampton on a 22-night voyage, the closing leg of her 2018 World Cruise, but this itinerary is not available for sale through Imagine Cruising, those wanting more information for this itinerary can see the Cunard website.

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