Cunard’s NEW 2019 Cruise Collection

05 September 2017

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In 2019, the Cunard fleet will travel over 167,000 nautical miles, calling at 78 destinations in 25 different countries. In Europe and around the world, the three Queens will make 16 overnight stays, 11 late evening departures and 2 maiden calls between them. With visits to iconic ports of call and sea days spent on ships that are destinations in themselves, the world is your oyster and Cunard is poised to show you its pearls. Sample classic ocean cruising at its finest on a brand new 14-night Transatlantic voyage in peak summer, calling at Iceland and Canada, or join Queen Elizabeth on Cunard’s first ever Northern Lights voyage, featuring extended calls in Narvik and Tromsø. From two night short breaks to a 36-night Grand Voyage, Cunard’s 2019 Cruise Collection promises unforgettable holidays for all.

What’s New For 2019

A year of new itineraries, maiden ports of call and the return of some old favourites. 2019 is a year of new itineraries for Cunard, from a first-ever Northern Lights cruise, to a collection of 22 Transatlantic Crossings, including the new 14-night Transatlantic voyage – for the fleet’s esteemed flagship, Queen Mary 2.

Fleet maiden calls in Lerwick and Newcastle-upon-Tyne invite guests to discover even more of the picturesque British Isles, whilst ship maiden calls include Klaipeda in Lithuania, Hvar in Croatia and Fuerte Amador in Panama. Cunard’s loyal past guests will be delighted to see a return to some of their old favourites, including St. John’s in Newfoundland and Norway’s scenic Lofoten Islands. With so many incredible destinations on the agenda for Cunard in 2019, it only makes sense to spend as long as possible seeing all they have to offer. Overnight calls will give guests two whole days to explore Quebec, Reykjavik, St. Petersburg and more. Evenings in port mean you’ll have until at least 9.00pm, on selected sailings, to see cities such as Amsterdam, Boston, Copenhagen and Venice come alive when the sun sets.

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