We Are Cunard Fanzine Launch

A NEW Cunard online Fanzine was launched as a  Facebook Group  in November 2013 with the aim of bringing together  Cunard fans who may prefer to socially chat with other like-minded Cunarders.

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New and unofficial, the object is to chat and share those moments that only true Cunarders would comprehend. The group is administered by two experienced Cunard sailors, and among our early recruits are some members of the North Atlantic Cruisers and Bruisers Club.

Embarkation has commenced Ladies and Gentlemen. If you have sailed with Cunard and enjoyed the experience then this  could well be the place for you to chat and exchange views. No matter how many voyages, if you are a Cunard fan then you will be welcomed onboard.



For information: for your protection, benefit and security  this Facebook group has been classified ‘a closed group’. Membership is therefore dependant on approval by one of the administrators.

Trolls will not be tolerated.

Update August 2017.

The popularity of the We Are Cunard Fanzine Group has exceeded early expectations and membership now stands at 428.

Membership remains open and requests to join are easily made via Facebook. The nature of the group is ‘very friendly’ and the Administration is protective of its privacy.

Facebook members  wishing to join and ‘who do not have an easily identified profile’ can always make their request for membership by leaving a comment on this blog page.  The comment will not be published and will be used solely to establish the authenticity and identity of the person requesting to join.

Or simply request through your Facebook page. Membership may be declined if a ‘profile’ photograph is not available while any timeline comments regarding Cunard do ease an application.

In this way the ‘We Are Cunard Fanzine‘ maintains its privacy, its ability to post live from Cunard’s ships  and freedom from trolls.


6 responses to “We Are Cunard Fanzine Launch

  1. Oh, I am so envious of everyone off on world cruises, weather here is atrocious. Nothing else I can do except work but hoping this time next year to be off somewhere like S.Africa!

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  5. I would like to join we are Cunard Fanzine – I am Judith Hartley from Lytham St. Annes and have sailed on many, many cruises, including whole world cruises.
    Many thanks

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