Cunard will offer a series of UK voyages on Queen Elizabeth, providing a unique and luxurious staycation opportunity this summer for British Guests. More details will be revealed very soon.

Sailings will be from Cunard’s home port of Southampton and will be in UK coastal waters as well as simply seeking out the very best of the summer sunshine. Cunard’s flexible booking terms will be applicable for these voyages, so Guests will be able to book with confidence.

These new UK staycation voyages will replace a number of international sailings that unfortunately will be cancelled due to the current environment.

Simon Palethorpe, President, Carnival UK said: “With the UK Government confirming that domestic travel is close on the horizon, we’re introducing a series of exciting, shorter duration holidays for Brits looking for the perfect staycation in Cunard luxury this summer. These will be sailings from Southampton, for UK residents, around the UK and will make the very most of the summer sunshine.

“However, with international travel restrictions still in place, we unfortunately need to cancel a number of departures. We know how much everyone is desperately looking forward to longed-for holidays overseas, so to all affected by this news, I am sincerely sorry for the disappointment this will cause.”

Sailings on Queen Victoria are now cancelled for departures up to and including August 27, 2021.

Queen Elizabeth’s summer Mediterranean fly cruise season and all departures up to and including October 11, 2021 are cancelled. 

Queen Mary 2’s current programme is affected by a number of factors and all departures up to and including November 12, 2021 are cancelled.

Concession bookings
If you have a concession booking which will be affected by this extended pause rest assured that you will automatically receive a refund within the next few weeks via the same method you originally paid. Remember, you don’t need to fill out a refund form. If you do have any questions about your booking please contact

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