For the upcoming Cunard ‘Sporting Greats & Wellness Voyage’ featuring famous sporting names like Adam Goodes, Brett Lee, Karrie Webb and more, the cruise line has now announced the curated activities available onboard the voyage. 

The exclusive experiences provided by Cunard include a range of opportunities to learn directly from sporting icons, including the chance to chat with Brett Lee on the onboard pub or join him for a cricket-inspired shore excursion, the option to challenge Adam Goodes to some cruise games such as shuffleboard, paddle tennis or croquet and get direct golfing advice from Karrie Webb.

Other sporting experiences include the chance to test your golfing abilities at some of Australia’s premier courses, like NSW Golf Club, Royal Hobart Golf Club and Tasman Golf Club, as well as the chance to join sports presenter Mark Beretta behind the scenes of Australia’s F1 Grand Prix track. 

For the wellness aspect of the cruise, there will be daily complimentary classes featuring yoga, spinning and boot camp workouts. Then guests will be offered a session in the thermal suite, with stretching and aerobic classes warming them up for the games deck where paddle tennis, croquet, shuffleboard and lawn bowls will be happening. There will also be dance classes and fresh juices and smoothies on board. 

As well as this is a range of dedicated talks on the topics of wellness, fitness, health and nutrition from onboard experts.

Katrina McAlpine, Director Cunard for Australia and New Zealand said the cruise is specifically designed for those who prioritise activity and taking care of themselves. 

“We are really excited about the variety of unique activities on board our Sporting Greats & Wellness Voyage. We’ve created exclusive once-in-a-lifetime experiences where guests will be able to interact with our sport icons on a personal and engaging level. 

“On top of that, sailing on the ocean is the perfect opportunity to switch off, get pampered and treat oneself well away from all the daily distractions and stresses.”

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Wellness on board.