New Cunard ship to debut in Southampton

Wednesday, 04 May, 2022 0

Cunard’s news ship Queen Anne will call at more than 32 ports around the world during her maiden season.

The maiden voyage is to Lisbon.

Sailing roundtrip from Southampton on January 4, 2024, it embarks on  a seven-night voyage with an overnight port call in Lisbon

On her return to Southampton, the newest Queen will be joined by sister ships Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria.

Following her maiden voyage it will sail in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Northern Europe as well as an Eastbound Transatlantic Crossing.

Queen Anne offers a 35-night Caribbean voyage calling at Barbados and St Lucia amongst others, departing Southampton on January 27, 2024.

In late March Queen Anne sails a 16-night Western Mediterranean voyage including calls at Lisbon, Cadiz and Rome.

“Our new voyages bring opportunities to explore all corners of the world in luxurious surroundings,” said Matt Gleaves, Vice President, Commercial, North America.

Queen Anne’s maiden sailings are available to book from May 17, 2022.

The ship launches in early 2024.

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