From April 2024 to January 2025, Cunard will offer 190 new voyages on three of its four ships, including Queen Anne’s maiden season and a unique back-to-back three-Queen itinerary.
Queen Anne, which debuts in May 2024, will sail its maiden season in the Norwegian Fjords, Scandinavia, British Isles and the Mediterranean, with voyages ranging from two to 19 nights. Highlights include six overnight calls and 14 late evening departures. The ship will also be the first Cunard vessel to visit Nordfjordeid, Norway.
Queen Mary 2 will sail 22 of the line’s signature transatlantic crossings, as well as offer voyages that range from two to 30 nights departing from New York, Hamburg, Quebec, Le Havre and Southampton. A highlight will be an overnight call in Boston on the Fourth of July.
Queen Victoria will spend an extended season in the Mediterranean from May through October. Sailings range from five to 29 nights, some of which include an overnight in Istanbul.
For clients who can’t choose which Queen they’d like to sail, Cunard is offering a 29-night back-to-back three-Queen sample. The voyage begins with an eastbound transatlantic crossing on Queen Mary 2, then switches to a 14-night Queen Anne sailing visiting the U.K. and Iceland. After a quick flight to Italy, guests embark on Queen Victoria for a Mediterranean cruise.
Voyages open for booking to Cunard World Club members on December 6, 2022 and to the public on December 7. Queen Elizabeth’s 2024 voyages will be announced at a later date. Advisors can find more information at OneSourceCruises.com.