Cunard’s Three Queens Will Cruise the World

Aug 24, 2012 Avatar Dan Ilves Dan Ilves

While Cunard Line has deep roots in maritime history, today it features a newer fleet of ocean liners. Following the launch of the magnificent Queen Mary 2 a decade ago, the cruise line has since introduced the new Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth. The line has just announced all three Queens will be scheduled for world cruises in 2014.

There’s been a growing interest and popularity with world cruises, and more lines offer world cruise options — but none that can boast of the tradition Cunard cruises established with its trans-Atlantic and world voyages.

As typical on luxury world cruises, passengers can book shorter segments — of as few as 8 days, depending on ship and itinerary.

Queen Victoria‘s 116-day itinerary will visit 19 countries, as will Queen Mary 2. A highlight on the Queen Elizabeth world cruise includes four ports of call in Japan (see our Japan vacation packages here).

The early booking deadline to receive a $3,000 onboard credit is February 28th. If a Cunard world cruise is on your bucket list, our around the world cruise experts can make all the arrangements.