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Following a long heritage of kennels at sea aboard ocean liners, Cunard Line recently updated the Queen Mary 2 by expanding its facilities for dogs and cats, but is there any hope for other cruise ships to feature them?

At a time when more and more people are seen traveling with pets on planes, one might wonder if there is a future for more on cruise ships as well.

Traditionally, ocean liners like the Queen Mary 2 were used primarily as transportation, and as the modern Cunarder serves this purpose much to this day, four-legged guests are catered to on transatlantic voyages only between the ports of Southampton, Hamburg and New York.

READ MORE: Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 Debuts Following A $132 Million Restoration Project

In fact, the recently remodeled QM2 just doubled its kennels from 12 to 24 and expanded its outdoor deck space

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