Ed Sheeran documentary filmed onboard Queen Mary 2 to be shown at festival
Monday 30th April 2018, 3:19pm
A documentary capturing Ed Sheeran recording his divide album onboard Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2 is being shown at a prestigious film festival, Tribeca.
Ed Sheeran made the voyage from New York to Southampton while in the process of recording his album, divide. Staff on board set up a pop up studio for the singer so he could record tracks while making the seven night transatlantic crossing.
Filmed by his cousin, who also travelled on board Queen Mary 2, the documentary shows Ed meeting the Captain of QM2 and recording in his temporary studio.
Cunard is a luxury British cruise line, renowned for creating unforgettable experiences around the world. Cunard has been a leading operator of passenger ships on the North Atlantic, since 1840, celebrating an incredible 175 years of operation in 2015. Pioneers in transatlantic journeys for generations, Cunard is world class.
The Cunard experience is built on fine dining, hand-selected entertainment and outstanding service. From five-star restaurants and in-suite dining to inspiring guest speakers, the library and film screenings, every detail has been meticulously crafted to make the experience unforgettable.
There are currently three Cunard ships, Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria with destinations including Europe, the Caribbean, the Far East and Australia. In 2017, Cunard announced plans to add a fourth ship to its fleet that will be launched in 2022. This investment is part of the company’s ambitious plans for the future of Cunard globally and will be the first time since 1998 that Cunard will have four ships in simultaneous service.