Published on : Wednesday, August 16, 2017
The ship is scheduled to sail on 8 December from New York and journey through to Southampton and return to dock on 15 December.
It is said that around 3,000 passengers will board the Queen Mary 2 for the Crossword Crossing and the ship had undergone renovation last year.
The passengers can enjoy week-long adventure by attempting daily crossword puzzle, discussing it with their friends and other fellow game enthusiasts and professionals.
Deb Amien, columnist and editor of the crossword column of The New York Times, Joel Fagliano, digital puzzles editor for The New York Times and Ben Zimmer, former columnist for The New York Times Magazine will join the guest.
Josh Leibowitz, senior vice president, Cunard North America said that there will be immense scope of mingling with the crosswords experts who would be holding workshops and classes. The guest can avail a usual chance of personal conversation over tea or cocktails.
The ship is launching the themed holiday to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the New York Times crossword with nominal fares starting at just $799 (£621.31) per person.
Earlier the cruise liner has partnered with the newspaper for similar themed adventures at sea.
Leibowitz was proud to offer collaborations like this one giving the guests an extraordinary travel experience.
It is said that Cunard will partner with the New Yorker in the future for a cartoon-themed crossing.