Cunard has announced that Queen Mary 2 will now return to sailing from 28 November 2021, with two new voyages – a three night cruise break and a 12 night Canary Islands itinerary, both departing from Southampton. The new itineraries will go on sale in the coming weeks.

These voyages replace those previously published, which were a Transatlantic Crossing departing on 14 November, followed by a sailing to the Caribbean, a return Transatlantic Crossing to Southampton and a five night cruise break departing 10 December 2021.

“We are pleased to be offering new opportunities to sail on our flagship later this year. Having been out of service for over 18 months we would like the initial few voyages for Queen Mary 2 to be closer to home. Therefore, we have introduced two new voyages that will depart from Southampton to replace the original schedule.” Simon Palethorpe, president, Cunard.

Additionally, Queen Mary 2’s first call back in to New York will now depart on 13 December prior to arrival in New York on 20 December, before sailing to the Caribbean as scheduled on 22 December 2021. This is to allow for all ship inspections, in compliance with the latest regulatory requirements, supporting our commitment to our highest responsibility and top priority of compliance, environmental protection and the health, safety and wellbeing of our guests, the people in the communities we touch and serve, and our shipboard and shoreside employees.

If you have a concession booking affected by the cancelled voyages, you’ll automatically receive a refund within the next few weeks via the same method you originally paid with – you don’t need to fill out a refund form. If you do have any questions about your booking please email Employee Discounted Travel. 

There’s currently no news to share about any changes to P&O Cruises ongoing restart plan but we’ll keep you updated if there are any developments.

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