Cunard Debuts Winter Program and 2018-2019 Fleet Voyages

Queen Elizabeth at sea

Cunard has unveiled its January – May 2019 program called “Oceans of Discovery,” which will include a voyage to Alaska. From January to May 2019, Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2 and its sibling ships Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria will call at 49 different countries and 109 destinations. Of these, 21 are new ports of call including Boracay, Philippines; Akita, Japan; and Goa, India

In 2019, Cunard will also operate a full world circumnavigation on Queen Victoria. Since Cunard pioneered the concept of world cruising in 1922, it has undertaken more world voyages than any other passenger line, the cruise line said. 

Queen Victoria’s sister ship, Queen Elizabeth is set to embark on a series of round trip voyages in 2019. In between these home-port deployments will be Grand Voyages that emulate the essence of adventure. Included in Queen Elizabeth’s deployment is a maiden 27-night sailing from Yokohama to Vancouver

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Queen Elizabeth’s Winter 2019 deployment highlights include: 25 voyage combinations ranging from five to 38 nights, 54 ports, 18 countries, 25 maiden calls, overnight stays in Amsterdam, Cape Town, Hobart, and Wellington; scenic cruising in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand and Marlborough Sound, New Zealand; iconic city water fronts in Cape Town, Sydney and Auckland; and 23 UESCO World Heritage Sites. 

Queen Victoria’s Winter 2019 deployment highlights include: 37 voyage combinations ranging from two to 207 nights, 40 ports, 24 countries, one maiden call, overnight stays in San Francisco, Sydney, Hong Kong and Cape Town; transits the Panama Canal, iconic waterfronts in Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Cape Town; and 26 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Queen Mary 2’s Winter 2019 deployment highlights include: 28 voyage combinations ranging from seven to 108 nights, 36 ports, 25 countries, four maiden calls, overnight stays in Haifa, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tianjin; transits the Suez Canal, iconic city waterfronts in New York, Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai; and 42 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 

Cunard World Club members will be able to book exclusively beginning on March 28, 2017, and booking will open to the public on March 29, 2017. 


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