Cunard unveils new international cruises

Saturday, 19 Nov, 2021 0

Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth will embark on 17 new international voyages from early 2022.

The ship will visit 32 ports in 12 countries, sailingf Norway’s fjords; island hopping in Spain and Portugal; the Mediterranean; and finally transiting the Panama Canal onwards to Alaska.

It includes Amsterdam on a four-night short break offering an opportunity to explore the city’s UNESCO-listed canals by night.

Other highlight calls include Genoa, Ibiza, Manzanillo, Grand Turk, San Francisco, before reaching the Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park and Hubbard Glacier.

A 14-night Canary Islands escape features stops in the Canaries, Cadiz and Lisbon as well as an overnight port call in Funchal, Madeira.

It departs Southampton on 20 February 2022.

“We’re thrilled to offer this exciting new Escapes Programme for a voyage that promises a sense of freedom, luxury and style,” said Cunard President Simon Palethorpe.



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