This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show comes to you from Brooklyn, New York, aboard Cunard’s flagship Transatlantic liner the Queen Mary 2 (QM2). Peter was aboard the ship’s inaugural cruise 11 years ago, and returns for a broadcast on the only ocean liner still making regular Atlantic crossings between Southampton and New York.
Joining Peter will be Carnival Cruise Line Chairman Arnold Donald to talk about the company’s recent announcement of cruises traveling between the U.S. and Havana. NBC correspondent Kerry Sanders discusses his latest travels; ship historian John Langley expounds on the 175th anniversary of Cunard and its fascinating history; the Wall Street Journal‘s Scott McCartney weighs in on the latest battles between airlines and online travel agencies, and Travel Weekly Editor-in-Chief Arnie Weissmann talks about the continuing delays (and legal issues) of the largest construction project in the history of the Caribbean—Baha Mar.
The Dallas Morning News cruise columnist David Molyneaux stops by and elaborates on the rich culture (and some class distinctions) on board the QM2. There’s all of this and more when Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from Brooklyn on board the Queen Mary 2.
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