Queen Anne launch delayed

Friday, 10 Nov, 2022 0

The launch of Cunard’s much-awaited new ship, Queen Anne has been delayed.

Due in part to energy shortages and global supply chain constraints, Queen Anne will now depart from Southampton on 3 May 2024.

It was scheduled to launch in January 2024

It visits La Coruna on 5 May, Lisbon on 7 May and then return to Southampton on 10 May.

Cunard has automatically transferred guests booked or waitlisted to the new seven-night maiden voyage.

Queen Anne’s new maiden season voyages will include sailings from Southampton to the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, the Canary Islands, and the Norwegian Fjords.

These voyages will be on sale from 6 December 2022 for Cunard World Club members and on general sale on 7 December 2022.



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