Sail with Cunard to discover a selection of extraordinary adventures across the globe, carefully curated to make the very most of your time. It’s your world, to savour in your own way.
Cunard’s magnificent fleet takes to the high seas on a programme of inspiring journeys that crosses the world with explorations to a host of enthralling destinations.
Cunard’s magnificent fleet takes to the high seas in the winter of 2022 on programme of inspiring journeys to the
four corners of the globe. Stretching from two-night short breaks to 108-night full World Journeys, these famous
Ocean Liners will venture 106,639 nautical miles, calling at 94 enticing destinations in 38 different countries, while
making 14 maiden calls.
Cunard’s iconic flagship, Queen Mary 2, will embark on a 71-night cultural foray into the Caribbean and South
America. Queen Elizabeth will perform an enticing series of in-depth voyages between Sydney to Auckland and into
the bustling heart of the Far East. And Queen Victoria will set out on a classic 108-night western circumnavigation of
In 2021, Queen Elizabeth will operate a season of Alaska round trip voyages from June to September, departing from and returning to Vancouver. Each voyage will feature a selection of the region’s highlight ports, as well as stunning scenic cruising in the UNESCO world heritage site of Glacier Bay National Park and the waterways of the famous Inside Passage.
The beauty of Alaska – Alaska is one of the world’s must-see destinations and visiting by cruise ship is one of the best ways to enjoy it. It is often considered “bucket list” experience due to the outstanding natural beauty of the region and the fact that many of the destinations are not easily accessible by land. Alaska is a land of staggering natural beauty including mountains, rivers, rainforests, fjords and of course, glaciers.
Destinations with a story to tell – Alaska has a rich history and culture centred around iconic and memorable destinations – from the gold rush spirit of Skagway and Juneau to the native culture of Ketchikan and the Russian charm of Sitka. In a 2011 poll of experienced cruisers, respondents ranked Alaska top among all destinations worldwide.
American wilderness at its finest – Alaska has over 430 species of birds , the largest population of bald eagles, and the largest carnivorous land mammal in the world (the brown bear ). There is a huge population of sea mammals, from sea lions and seals to gray whales that weigh anywhere from 16 to 45 tons. Species endangered elsewhere are still abundant in Alaska.