Cunard’s newest ship Queen Anne has been confirmed to be making her maiden visits to Australia and New Zealand.

Queen Anne will touch down on our shores as part of her 107-night world voyage, which will touch down in more than 30 ports across five continents. Guests can book a segmented journey for 19 nights from Sydney to Hong Kong, which includes Queen Anne’s first-ever stops in Brisbane, the Whitsundays, Cairns and Darwin.

Details of Queen Elizabeth’s next Australian season have also been announced. She’ll be spending a record 131 days in Australia and New Zealand, starting in early October 2024.

Some highlight sailings include a 30-night Australian Circumnavigation, that will hit not just the big cities but also exciting regional destinations such as Broome. A classic Christmas and New Year’s voyage to New Zealand, where Cunard can spoil you for Christmas.

Other itineraries include visits across Tasmania, Queensland and New Zealand, as well as a series of 15-night South Pacific sailings, offering the chance to explore Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

Also new is Queen Victoria’s 78-night South America adventure, sailing from Southampton in pursuit of countries like Brazil, Chile and Ecuador.

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, channel your adventurous side by trying street food across Asia, explore the magic of Australia’s coastline or savour the sunsets in Hawaii, Cunard has a voyage for you.

“Better still, when you’re not off exploring a new destination, you can relax in luxury on board, enjoy fascinating Insight talks, innovative theatre and a variety of fine dining options. However you choose to spend your time, you can savour every destination both from aboard and spending time exploring ashore.”

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