Cunard is inviting guests to embark on an unparalleled journey through gastronomy, art, and entertainment with its ever-popular Event Voyages. The series of sailings for 2024 are now available for booking.

Queen Mary 2 will traverse the Atlantic Ocean and will host four of the seven themed voyages. In June, London Theatre at Sea returns by popular demand, treating guests to an eight-night Eastbound Transatlantic Crossing filled with mesmerising musical theatre performances and immersive workshops. Curated in partnership with the prestigious Olivier Awards, this voyage promises an extraordinary experience for theatre enthusiasts.

For book lovers, Literature Festival at Sea in November offers a week-long celebration of literature during a Westbound Transatlantic Crossing. Curated by The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival programming team, this voyage features more than 20 acclaimed authors, including past headliners such as Ian Rankin, Victoria Hislop, and Simon Armitage. Immerse yourself in inspiring literary events while sailing across the ocean.

In August, Cunard’s flagship, Queen Mary 2, embarks on its 400th Transatlantic Crossing – an iconic journey in the history of ocean travel. Join this historic voyage from New York to Southampton and be part of Cunard’s legacy that began in 1840.

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Cunard’s National Symphony Orchestra voyages will be celebrating their 15th anniversary in October. Led by the esteemed maestro Anthony Inglis, this nine-night Eastbound Transatlantic crossing features daytime choir rehearsals and enchanting classical concerts in the Royal Court Theatre by night. Sail to Newport and Boston while immersing yourself in the world of symphonic music.

Queen Elizabeth sets sail with two exceptional voyages in January. The Sporting Greats and Wellness Voyage offers sports enthusiasts a unique opportunity to cruise alongside legendary Australian sports stars, including cricketer Brett Lee and golfer Karrie Webb.

For gourmands, the Great Australian Culinary Voyage on Queen Elizabeth in January is a culinary feast not to be missed. Delight in the expertise of special guest and award-winning chef Karen Martini as she takes over The Steakhouse at The Verandah, immersing you in the world of food and wine.

The year concludes with the Big Band Ball voyage in May, combining the enchantment of the Swing era with exploration in Japan. Dance and music enthusiasts from around the world gather for this nine-night circumnavigation, featuring internationally acclaimed vocalist, pianist, and songwriter Joe Stilgoe.

Angus Struthers, Acting Senior Vice-President of Cunard, said: “Cunard’s Event Voyages offer far more than just stand-out performances. Each is expertly curated to offer our guests unique opportunities to immerse themselves into a theme or occasion, meeting and hearing from world-renowned leaders in their fields, many with interactive workshops and a programme of activities and performances to choose from throughout the day and evening. And of course, all offered with the luxurious backdrops of the Cunard Queens and all while enjoying the signature touches you can always look forward to with Cunard.”

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