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March 13, 2019 Cruise Deals No Comments Email Email

Cunard is synonymous with elegance, luxury and its renowned fleet of the most famous Ocean Liners in the world – Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2.

From November 2020 to May 2021, the Cunard fleet will travel more than 250,000 kilometres visiting incredible places across the globe. The most famous Ocean Liners in the world call at 94 destinations in 38 different countries, including 3 maiden calls for the current fleet. Each voyage, whether it’s a 2-night short break or a full 113-night world voyage aims to deliver refined journeys.

Cunard’s iconic flagship, Queen Elizabeth, will return to Australia for an exceptional 118 days over the 2020-21 summer period. Four round trip voyages will operate from Melbourne as well as four from Sydney to the likes of South Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand.

To mark the end of the Australian homeport season in March 2021, Queen Elizabeth will travel north and visit the sights of Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Philippines before arriving in Japan.

Celebrating Christmas in style, Queen Victoria will begin her celebration of the festive season in December 2020 as she sets sail on a Western Circumnavigation of the Globe. The journey spans between 108 – 112 nights and will begin by crossing the Atlantic to Florida via Bermuda, followed by a Trans-Panama segment. The ship will then cr

oss the Pacific via Hawaii and Samoa to New Zealand.

From here, she will sail into Sydney, the Gold Coast and Great Barrier Reef before travelling to Hong Kong via Darwin and Vietnam. Following the trip to Asia, Queen Victoria will return to Southampton via Singapore, the Indian Ocean and South Africa.

As for Queen Mary 2, she will undertake her classic East-West Voyage to Australia and Asia, then to South Africa, the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Gulf and the Mediterranean. Available as a round trip from either New York or Southampton, the Voyage will span between 99 – 113 nights with a selection of overnight stays in iconic cities of the world.

Across the fleet, Cunard’s programme covers the world, offering a blend of iconic, world-class cities and smaller, less well-known but equally delightful destinations. The itineraries have been crafted to offer enriching days in port as well as plenty of time on-board for guests to relax and enjoy all that the ships have to offer.

Cunard’s programme release includes an array of cruise options including an Australian Short Break 2-night Cruise from Melbourne to Adelaide starting from $509 per person, to an incredible 113-night New York Roundtrip starting at $27,199. Ecruising will have signature packages ready shortly after the official release.

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