Late evening departures and overnight stays, in places such as Reykjavik, Tromso, Rotterdam and Quebec, feature in the company’s four ship line up.
Sture Myrmell, President, Carnival UK, said: ‘Summer 2024 is a particularly exciting time for Cunard as our new ship Queen Anne joins the fleet. We’re delighted that our quartet of queens will be visiting a variety of awe-inspiring destinations around the world. With more overnight stays and longer days in port on offer, we’re giving guests the opportunity to really immerse themselves in the local culture at their leisure.’
Queen Anne debut
Cunard’s newest ship, Queen Anne, will set sail on May 3, 2024 for her seven-night maiden voyage to La Coruna and Lisbon. She will then depart for a 14-night sailing in the Canary Islands before travelling around the British Isles, taking in highlights in Scotland and Ireland, as well as Cunard’s founding home port, Liverpool.
Throughout her maiden season, Queen Anne will sail from Southampton on itineraries to the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, the Canary Islands, and the Norwegian Fjords, visiting over 60 unique destinations in 16 countries.
Queen Mary 2
Queen Mary 2, will continue to maintain Cunard’s 182-year tradition of transatlantic travel, undertaking 20 crossings between Southampton and New York. She will also sail to Scandinavia for the Northern Lights and the Caribbean, where she’ll spend the 2024 festive season.
Queen Victoria Med-bound
Queen Victoria will spend summer in the Mediterranean, offering over 75 fly-cruise itineraries to Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Montenegro, and Croatia on a series of 7, 14 and 21-night sailings departing from Barcelona, Civitavecchia (Rome), Trieste, Hamburg and Istanbul.
Queen Elizabeth in Alaska
Queen Elizabeth will once again be sailing in Alaska and the schedule for this will be released in the coming months.