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Cunard trio to sail over 110,000 nautical miles on 2017 round-the-world voyages

Cunard trio to sail over 110,000 nautical miles on 2017 round-the-world  voyages
Between them Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria will visit 80 ports in 42 countries on Cunard’s 2017 world cruise itineraries. The three ships will make 15 maiden calls including five where Cunard has never called before.

Also included is a history-making visit to the Amazon for Queen Victoria becoming the largest cruise ship to transit the river.

Options include full World Voyages of 118- to 120-nights as well as an extensive range of Exotic Cruises ranging from seven- to 71-nights.

Queen Mary 2 is sailing a 118-night east-west loop via South Africa, Asia and the Suez Canal calling at 38 ports in 22 countries with five maiden calls.

Queen Victoria is sailing a 120-night Pacific loop via South America, Australasia and the Panama Canal that features 32 ports in 17 countries with two maiden calls.

Queen Elizabeth is sailing a 120-night western circumnavigation via the Panama Canal, Asia and South Africa that offers 39 ports in 25 countries with four maiden calls.

In total the three ships will sail over 110,000 nautical miles.

Full world voyages start from £12,899 per person for 118 nights plus on board credit offers.

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