Cunard has unveiled 150 new, international sailings on the line’s three Queens for 2023 – Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria – visiting 120 unique ports in 35 countries from 23 April to 15 December next year.
The flagship Queen Mary 2, the world’s only ocean liner, will sail 18 Transatlantic Crossings with departures from both Southampton and New York. She will also offer a fly-cruise season from Barcelona, series of 10-night round trips in Alaska, an Independence Day sailing, a 16-night Baltics voyage calling at St Petersburg and a 14-night Canada and New England voyage with three days in Quebec.
Queen Elizabeth will offer sailings to Alaska and the Mediterranean, while Queen Victoria will sail to the Canary Islands and North Cape.
“From famous city destinations to breathtaking natural wonders, the Cunard 2023 New Voyages offer the perfect way to rediscover the joy of exploration while enjoying our signature White Star Service and all the other special touches that set a Cunard cruise apart from the rest,” said Sture Myrmell, Carnival UK President.
Such an “exciting” programme of new itineraries will give those who are new to the Cunard brand, “the chance to
visit the places they’ve always dreamed of, escape, unwind and feel special,” he added.
Bookings for the World Awaits 2023 New Voyages for past guests start on 2 February and open for general sale a day later on 3 February 2022.
More more details visit https://www.cunard.com/en-au/new-voyages