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Queen Mary 2 “A flagship without compare” receives Butler Training!

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The South African Butler Academy provided onboard  Butler Training to the worlds most exclusive Ocean liner the Queen Mary 2, also the flagship of the entire fleet e.g. Queen Victoria & Queen Elizabeth.  The Queen Mary 2 is the largest Transatlantic Ocean Linear at sea, she is also the only ocean Liner with kennels onboard, yes your beloved pet may travel with you!

Queen Mary 2 Butler Training

 

The Queen Mary 2 is being remastered in Hamburg, without a doubt the most transforming event in the history of Cunard. Therefor it was only fitting to choose the perfect Butler school to teach and transform the Butler department into a classic traditional butler with ample technical skills. The South African Butler Academy is honoured to be chosen as we know Cunard has done there homework. We are the worlds finest Butler school, our teaching methods are the best in the industry, we provide bespoke butler training world wide! The Queen Mary 2 Butler will enhance your stay by providing sensitive service in an unobtrusive manner, skilled, punctual and by far desired! Take a look at the Queen Mary 2 being remastered…

 

 

 

Queen Mary 2 goes into dry dock on May 27th, 2016, for its most significant refurbishment in 12 years. She comes out on June 21st and will make its first post-refurb crossing from Southampton on June 23rd. Among the many changes planned are: Fifteen single staterooms, a first for the ship. Thirty additional Britannia Club Balcony cabins, giving more passengers access to the exclusive Britannia Club Restaurant (which will also be expanded during the refurb). Britannia Club Balcony rooms. The addition of the Verandah Restaurant, replacing the Todd English restaurant, with an all-new menu that will be rolled out to the rest of the fleet once Queen Mary 2 comes back into service. Ten new animal kennels, along with a new inside play area and a larger outside walking area — plus a lampost, for the dogs. A complete redesign of Kings Court, the ship’s central buffet, with new serving stations, pre-set tables, waiters serving drinks and a reconfigured seating arrangement to create a less crowded experience. As part of the redesign, a bank of elevators will be removed in order to use the space for a central serving station, also reducing the number of entrances and exits to the buffet to make the flow of traffic less confusing. The addition of the Carinthia Lounge (replacing the current Winter Garden), an all-day venue serving a light breakfast and lunch, followed by an afternoon tea and evening drinks, refreshments and entertainment.

 

 

 

 

 


One Response

  1. Gavin Chisambo says:

    i want to go and train on this ship

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