Cunard Line unveiled its January-May 2019 program named “Oceans of Discovery.”
The program will include a cruise to Alaska. From January to May 2019, line’s flagship RMS Queen Mary 2 and her siblings Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria will visit 49 different countries and feature 109 destinations, of which 21 are new call ports including Boracay, Akita, and Goa.
In 2019, Cunard Line will also operate a full world circumnavigation aboard Queen Victoria. Since the line pioneered the concept of world cruising in 1922, Cunard has undertaken more world cruises than any other passenger line.
- Queen Elizabeth will embark on a series of round-trip cruises in 2019. In between will be Grand Voyages which emulate the essence of adventure. Included in ship’s deployment is a maiden 27-night cruise from Yokohama to Vancouver. Winter 2019 deployment highlights of Queen Elizabeth include: 25 cruise combinations ranging from 5 to 38 nights, 18 countries, 54 ports, 25 maiden calls, overnight stays in Cape Town, Hobart, Wellington and Amsterdam; scenic cruising in Fjordland National Park, NZ and Marlborough Sound; iconic city water fronts in Sydney, Auckland and Cape Town; 23 UESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Winter 2019 deployment highlights of Queen Victoria include: 37 cruise combinations ranging from 2 to 207 nights, 24 countries, 40 ports, 1 maiden call, overnight stays in Sydney, Hong Kong, Cape Town and San Francisco; Panama Canal transits, iconic waterfronts in Hong Kong, Singapore, Cape Town and Sydney; 26 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Winter 2019 deployment highlights of Queen Mary 2 include: 28 cruise combinations ranging from 7 to 108 nights, 25 countries, 36 ports, 4 maiden calls, overnight stays in Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tianjin and Haifa; Suez Canal transits, iconic city waterfronts in Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and New York; 42 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Cunard World Club members are able to book exclusively beginning March 28. Booking will open to the public March 29, 2017.