Cunard has released details of its voyages from April 2024 through January 2025, with more than 190 new sailings planned across the fleet, including Queen Anne’s maiden season.

The newest addition to the Cunard fleet will join Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2 for a series of in-depth cruises to the Mediterranean and Scandinavia, and spectacular voyages through the stunning Norwegian Fjords. The season will include 133 destinations in 45 countries, with one of the highlights being a maiden call at the Norwegian port of Nordfjordeid.

Matt Gleaves, Cunard’s Vice-President of Commercial Development in North America, said: “Summertime evokes European glamour aboard Cunard ships.

“Whether it’s sailing the waters of the Med or navigating through the Greek Isles, guests will see the world in style and comfort. Queen Anne brings even more opportunities to explore remote waterways, iconic cities, and of course all the pleasures that one would expect aboard our new Cunard Queen.”

Queen Anne’s maiden season will see her visit the Norwegian Fjords, Scandinavia, British Isles, and the Mediterranean. The voyages range from two to 19 nights and will include 62 maiden calls in coveted destinations including Reykjavik, Gibraltar, Rotterdam, Dubrovnik, Malaga, Oslo and more. Queen Anne will offer six overnight calls and 14 late evening departures, giving guests even more time to explore each city.

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