Cunard unveils new 2022 itineraries on Queen Elizabeth

Saturday, 29 Oct, 2021 0

Cunard has announced a series of new itineraries sailing on Queen Elizabeth between February and May 2022, which go on sale in November. 

All sailings will depart from Southampton and will include a Northern Lights voyage, sailings to the Canary Islands and the Western Mediterranean as well as a grand voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, through the Panama Canal and on to Vancouver, Canada.

The new itineraries will replace the existing published schedule.

Cunard continues to work very closely with authorities in all the destinations to ensure compliance with local health and entry requirements.

Based on the most recent advice for cruise guests, and the complexities of many of the international destinations involved, Queen Elizabeth’s existing schedule and all departures from 20 February to 17 May 2022 inclusive are cancelled.

Cunard President Simon Palethorpe says, “We hope our guests will be inspired to find a little adventure with these new itineraries.  In a single short programme, they offer fantastic variety from the opportunity to experience the wondrous Northern Lights, to Mediterranean shores, and a transit of the Panama Canal.

“To all guests affected by the cancelled voyages we are sorry for the disappointment this will cause and we hope to welcome many back on board when we return to Japan in 2023.”

Guests booked on the affected cancelled voyages will be offered a full refund or future cruise credit worth 125% of the standard deposit terms, and 100% of any additional monies paid.

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