Cunard has released the 2025/2026 itineraries for Queen Anne, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria, with 180 different itineraries to pick from.
Guests can book the new voyages from October 5 11pm in Australia and October 6 1am in New Zealand.
The three ships itineraries stretch across 91 destinations and 24 countries.
Katie McAlister, President of Cunard, said: “We are incredibly excited to be launching our new 2025 programme and with 180 fantastic itineraries to choose from, there really is a Cunard voyage for everyone.
“Whether it’s an iconic Transatlantic crossing, a Scandinavian adventure, or Christmas in the Caribbean, our fleet of Queens provide the perfect opportunity to explore the world in style.”
The 3000-guest, 14-deck Queen Anne will be sailing out of Southhampton, with voyages varying from two to 19 nights. These sailings will include 19 maiden calls for the vessel.
One highlights is a 12-night voyage in June 2025, sailing out of Southampton and into the Norwegian Fjords. Another stand-out sailing is a 16-night Mediterranean voyage in July 2025 that visits cities across France, Spain and Italy,
Queen Mary 2
Queen Mary 2 will be crossing the Atlantic over the 25/26 season. Guests can pick from itineraries that could range anywhere from Quebec to Bruges.
The Transatlantic crossings feature highlight spots on Caribbean coasts.
Queen Victoria will be stationed in the Mediterranean from May to October 2025. Through the Med she’ll sail a range of seven, 14 and 21-night itineraries out of Barcelona, Rome and Triesta.
In May 2025, Queen Victoria will sail a two-week Istanbul and Greek Island sailing. This cruise out of Rome will offer a look into the Eastern Mediterranean, with Turkish seas and Greek Islands at the forefront of the exploration.