Last week at 13:00 the ‘lines’ opened for guests to book a sailing on Cunard’s newest ship Queen Anne. Following a very successful booking periodQueen Anne’s Maiden season programme hit record sales and the busiest booking day for a decade. Today, Cunard are pleased to unveil over 110 international voyages, sailing on its entire iconic fleet between 23 October 2023 and 14 May 2024. 

Across the new itineraries, the four-ship fleet comprising of Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Anne, will call at 126 unique ports in 51 countries, with voyages ranging from two-night city breaks to 108-night world voyages.  

 “In the newly announced programme, each ship offers a unique experience with distinct itineraries.  With Queen Anne based out of Southampton, Queen Elizabeth out of Australia and Japan, and Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2 both sailing world voyages, one with a full circumnavigation and one exploring the finest destinations across the Mediterranean, Asia, Australia and Africa. Our new voyages bring opportunities to explore all corners of the world in luxurious surroundings while enjoying our White Star Service as well as all the other special touches that make a trip with Cunard so special.” 

 Sture Myrmell, President, Carnival UK. 

It’s clear to see that Guests can enjoy the bustle of vibrant cities, or marvel in the beauty of tropical shores to the wonder of historic treasures; these inspiring new itineraries from Cunard truly do bring an ocean of opportunities to explore all corners of the world.  

Let’s take a look at some of Cunard’s inspiring new voyages for 2023 & 2024

 Queen Anne’s Maiden Voyage

 Queen Anne is scheduled to call at more than 30 ports across the world during her maiden season, starting when guests can join an illustrious guest list on board the maiden voyage to Lisbon as we celebrate a new chapter of Cunard history. Sailing roundtrip from Southampton on 4 January 2024, this 7-night voyage will offer an overnight port of call in which to savour Lisbon’s UNESCO-listed Belém Tower, the exquisite palaces of Sintra, and the wonderfully atmospheric nightlife of the Barrio Alto. 

 Queen Victoria’s World Voyage 

This stunning 107-night World Voyage offers the perfect opportunity to see the four corners of the world. Destinations including San Francisco and Fiji plus overnight calls in Hong Kong and South Africa. Queen Victoria departs Southampton on 11 January 2024. 

 Queen Mary 2 Southampton to Sydney Voyage

Queen Mary 2 will depart Southampton on 11 January 2024, to navigate a 47-night sailing that includes blissful days at sea and quality time ashore in Portugal, South Africa and Australia, along with three appealing overnight ports of call.

 Queen Elizabeth’s Queensland and Southern Islands Voyages 

Roundtrip voyages from Tokyo, and extended explorations of Australia and New Zealand, await guests sailing on Queen Elizabeth in 2023 and 2024. Just a couple of the highlight new itineraries include: 

Queen Elizabeth’s Queensland voyage, which departs Sydney on 22 January 2024 to explore the wondrous white sands of the Whitsunday Islands and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Great Barrier Reef. These natural highlights are just few of the sensational sights of this 10-night voyage.  

Queen Elizabeth’s exciting new Southern Islands 10-night round trip voyage sails from Tokyo on 14 May 2024. This voyage will transport guests from neon-lit streets to historic shrines, stately castles and natural habitats, abundant with beauty. 

The 2023 and 2024 new voyages sailing on Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth are available to book from 24 May 2022. If you’d like to discover more on Cunard’s newest “Welcome to the World” voyage programme, including Queen Anne’s Maiden season programme, visit

Interested in booking your own inspiring Cunard voyage? Take advantage of your employee discount and book your 2023 and 2024 cruise from 24 May – excludes Queen Anne’s maiden voyage.  For full details of our employee discounted cruising benefit visit The Insider.

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