Today, 11 January, sees Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria depart for their Centenary World Voyages – two celebratory itineraries to mark the 100th anniversary of Cunard’s pioneering world cruise, and the first-ever continuous circumnavigation of the globe by a passenger liner.

To celebrate the occasion, fireworks displays illuminated the Southampton docks skyline as they set sail. 

These unique voyages will mirror many ports of call from Cunard’s first world sailings on ships RMS Laconia and RMS Samaria, as well as calling at some of today’s most inspiring destinations.

Queen Mary 2:
This 102 night Centenary World Voyage will include Colombo, Singapore and Hong Kong, emulating RMS Samaria’s 1923 world sailing. The voyage also includes overnight stops in Dubai, Sydney and Cape Town as it travels from Southampton through Asia, Australia and South Africa.

Queen Victoria:
This 101 night Centenary World Voyage will visit RMS Laconia’s 1922 ports calls with stops in Hong Kong, New York, Singapore, Cabo San Lucas, Colombo, San Francisco, Hilo, Honolulu, Manila and Naples as well visiting Aruba, Jordan, Tonga and a full transit of the Panama Canal.

Find out more about Cunard’s World Cruises: Cunard Around the World Cruises – Luxury World Cruises 2023 & 2024

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