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Cunard announces 2025 itineraries for three Queens

The 113,000t, 3,000-passenger ship Queen Anne will make 19 maiden calls in 2025
Cunard has announced 180 new voyages for 2025 on board Queen Mary 2, Queen Anne, and Queen Victoria, taking place between April 2025 and January 2026.

The itineraries span 91 destinations across 24 countries and are available to book from 1pm BST on October 5 – or from 1pm BST on October 4 exclusively for Cunard World Club Members.  

Queen Anne will primarily be sailing to the Western Mediterranean, Norwegian Fjords and Western Europe, Queen Mary 2 will continue its transatlantic crossings and Queen Victoria will be based in the Mediterranean. Each queen’s programme comprises at least one maiden call; Queen Anne will make no fewer than 19 maiden calls – including to Bilbao, Ibiza, Skjolden, Messina and Santorini. 

‘...Whether it’s an iconic Transatlantic crossing, a Scandinavian adventure, or Christmas in the Caribbean, our fleet of Queens provide the perfect opportunity to explore the world in style,’ said Katie McAlister, president, Cunard. 

‘We always strive to provide our valued travel agent partners with great offers for their customers, and this programme is no different. Not only do our itineraries sail to some of the world’s most exotic destinations, our ships offer unique and enriching experiences for guests...”

Queen Anne

Queen Anne, set to launch in May 2024, will sail out of Southampton, providing a range of destinations and itinerary lengths varying from two to 19 nights. Examples include a 12-night Norwegian Fjords voyage in June and a 16-night Mediterranean sailing around France, Spain, and Italy in July, taking in several ancient cities in Europe. 

Queen Mary 2 

From the UNESCO-inscribed architecture of Old Quebec to the medieval streets of Bruges, Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2 will sail both sides of the Atlantic, and cruise the Caribbean in December. 

Queen Victoria 

Queen Victoria will be based in the Mediterranean from May to October, offering a range of seven-, 14- and 21-night itineraries out of Barcelona, Civitavecchia (Rome) and Trieste.

A highlight will be the ship’s two-week Istanbul and Greek Islands sailing in May from Civitavecchia, exploring some of the Eastern Mediterranean’s main attractions.