Cunard to Host Adventurers for Alaska 2020 Cruises

Queen Elizabeth exterior
Queen Elizabeth

Famous land-trekking adventurers are taking to the seas with Cunard, boarding Queen Elizabeth for a full season in Alaska in 2020. The vessel will embark on a total of 10 Alaska sailings from June through September. 

Sir Ranulph Fiennes—named the ‘World’s Greatest Living Explorer’ by the Guinness Book of Records—will share personal insights of his adventures through several lectures. Notable expeditions by Sir Ranulph includes the 1972-82 Transglobe, the first surface journey around the polar axis, along with the Pentland South Pole Expedition, which was the first unsupported crossing of the Antarctic Continent.

Sir Ranulph has trotted on other adventures as well, having climbed Mount Everest as well as the North Face of the Eiger in the Bernese Alps, guided by Kenton Cool, and has raised $22.8 million for charity throughout his career.

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Mountaineer Kenton Cool will also join Cunard onboard Queen Elizabeth in Alaska to share his experiences with guests. Cool has climbed to the top of Mount Everest fourteen times and is the first person in history to climb the three of the famed mountain's peaks in one climb. He joined Sir Ranulph for an Everest expedition in 2009.

Sir Ranulph will be the first featured guest speaker in Alaska, on the Queen Elizabeth sailing between Vancouver and Juneau (June 2-4, 2020). Kenton Cool will board the ship on June 12 and sail on voyages through July 2, 2020.

For more information, visit https://www.cunard.com/en-us.

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