As Queen Anne’s arrival draws closer, Cunard has revealed details of some of the reimagined retail therapy experiences that await guests aboard.

Queen Anne offers the opportunity to discover airy boutiques with breathtaking vistas of the sea, boasting jewellery, clothing, accessories, and gifts located at the heart of the ship. 

Meticulously selected collections of pre-owned designer accessories offer the pinnacle of sustainable luxury, while dedicated products are brought to life through personal experiences. There will also be a range of exciting new brands, previously unseen on any of Cunard’s fleet.

In the Grand Lobby Boutiques, Queen Anne’s personal shopper will assist guests in finding their perfect style. The new Cunard ship will also host the very first Garrard fine jewellery boutique at sea.

Meanwhile, the Queens Room Boutiques will present a selection of new labels for Cunard such as Raishma, Shaun Leane, and Hugo Boss. Cunard Collection-branded merchandise will have its own exclusive store for the first time, featuring novel items inspired by the Cunard archives. 

The Grand Lobby Boutiques are unique spaces created especially for Queen Anne, and include shops such as the Cabinet of Curiosities and Experience Lounge. The Cabinet of Curiosities is a unique rotunda gallery that exhibits a 360-degree presentation of collectables, jewellery, fashion, and art from collaborating brands alongside never-before-displayed articles from the Cunard archives. The Experience Lounge offers a variety of tastings, talks and try-on events to help guests learn more about the treasures on display elsewhere on board Queen Anne.

Katie McAlister, President of Cunard, said: “Luxury ocean travel is all about escapism and being immersed in a world full of unique and enriching experiences. It’s a philosophy we are passionate about bringing to life with our new ship Queen Anne, which is why we are all so excited about her elevated retail offering. Nowhere else will travellers be able to find such a beautifully curated collection of luxury brands at sea, or learn about heritage brands in such an engaging way as with Queen Anne’s Cabinet of Curiosities.”

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