Embark on an extraordinary adventure next year thanks to Cunard’s new programme, featuring Queen Elizabeth’s highly anticipated Alaska 2024 season, Queen Anne’s maiden world voyage and a South American adventure aboard Queen Victoria sailing in early 2025.

Voyages will be available to book from 1pm on 15 March, exclusively for Cunard World Club Members and general sale begins at 1pm on 16 March.

The programme includes over 130 voyages to 159 destinations across Cunard’s four Queens, including 30 maiden calls for Queen Anne and five fleet maiden calls for Queen Elizabeth. 

Sture Myrmell, President, Carnival UK, said:

“We’re so excited to share our newest programme featuring some fantastic itineraries and – with over 130 to choose from – you’ll certainly be spoiled for choice. Whether you want to wander Europe’s historic streets on a short break, channel your adventurous side trying street food across Asia, or savour the sunsets in Hawaii, Cunard has a voyage for you.

All four Queens

Embark on an extraordinary 38-night adventure in June 2024, starting with a trip around the Mediterranean on board Queen Victoria, then embarking on Queen Anne for a voyage from Rome to Southampton before travelling across the Atlantic on Queen Mary 2 and then flying to Vancouver to meet Queen Elizabeth for the final leg in Alaska.

Queen Anne

Cunard’s latest programme will include a number of firsts for its newest ship Queen Anne. In January 2025, she’ll embark on her maiden Transatlantic Crossing, going westbound from Southampton to New York, before heading off on her first-ever World Voyage. Guests can experience the trip of a lifetime, spending 111 nights on board, visiting more than 30 ports in five continents. Nine overnight calls are also included, in ports such as San Francisco, Honolulu and Singapore, offering guests further opportunities to explore these destinations.

Queen Elizabeth

Departing from Vancouver on a series of nine and 11-night roundtrip voyages between May and September 2024, Queen Elizabeth invites guests to immerse themselves in a world of skyscraper-tall glaciers and mirror-like waters. Captivating itineraries offer a mixture of scenic cruising with iconic ports of call, including Ketchikan and Sitka, where guests can discover the vibrant cultures and local traditions of Alaska. A number of voyages visit the jewel in Alaska’s crown, the Glacier Bay National Park, and Hubbard Glacier, another stunning highlight.

From early October, Queen Elizabeth will sail a mixture of short and long voyages in Australian waters before heading to Japan, where highlights include a nine-night Golden Week voyage and a 19-night Grand Voyage to Nagasaki, Yokohama – the gateway to neon-lit Tokyo, and Osaka.

Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria

Between January and May 2025, the fleet’s flagship Queen Mary 2 will combine her unique Transatlantic crossings with visits to multiple sun-kissed destinations across Europe and the Americas, while Queen Victoria embarks on an incredible 78-night South American adventure from Southampton to the warm shores of Brazil, Chile, and Ecuador.

For more information about Cunard, or to book a voyage, visit www.cunard.com

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