Queen Mary 2

Queen Mary 2 cruise ship
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Cruise line
Cunard

Current itinerary:
37 days, Rio De Janeiro To Sydney M603
02 Feb, 2016 - 10 Mar, 2016

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Queen Mary 2 Review and Specifications

Special features

Passengers Capacity2640
Crew Capacity1,253
Passengers space ratio56.8
Passenger decks13
Restaurants8
Bars9
Swimming Pools5
SpaYes
GymYes
CasinoYes

Technical Specifications

BuilderSTX FRANCE, NANTES SAINT NAZAIRE FRANCE
IMO number9241061
Year built2003
Speed25
Flagflag Bermuda
Length345.03
Draught10.3
Tonnage148528
Queen Mary 2 deck plans deck icon

Review of Queen Mary 2

Launched in 2004, Queen Mary 2 is the oldest and most famous of Cunard ships, together with MS Queen Victoria and MS Queen Elizabeth. The ship cost US $900 million (£460 million) to build and was last refurbished in December 2011, with next scheduled refurbishment in 2016.

History - construction & ownership

Cunard Line is a British-American cruise line, operated by Carnival UK and owned by Carnival Corp. & plc since 2005. It is based at Carnival House in Southampton, England and has been a leading operator of passenger ships on the North Atlantic. In 2015 Cunard celebrated 175 years of operation. In 1839, Samuel Cunard (from Nova Scotia) was awarded the first British trans-Atlantic steamship mail contract. The next year, together with Robert Napier (famous Scottish steamship engine designer and builder), he formed the British & North American Royal Mail Steam-Packet Company to operate the line's four paddle steamers on the Liverpool–Halifax–Boston route. Cunard held the Blue Riband for the fastest Atlantic voyage for most of the next 30 years. In 1968 Cunard Line withdrew from year round service to concentrate on cruising and summer transatlantic sailings for vacationers. The Queens were replaced by QE2 (Queen Elizabeth 2), which was designed for her special dual role. In 1998, Carnival Corporation acquired Cunard. Five years later, Queen Elizabeth 2 was replaced on her transAtlantic runs by QM2 (Queen Mary 2). Currently, Cunard is the only shipping company operating a scheduled passenger service between North America and Europe.

The 148,528-ton, 1,300-passenger cruise ship RMS Queen Mary 2 is the flagship of Cunard Line and one of the most modern cruise vessels designed nowadays - the biggest ocean liner in the world, built specifically to cross the Atlantic Ocean. QM2 was created with perfection, from bow to stern, with 14 spacious decks on which to relax and unwind. Gorgeous public areas, lavish dining rooms, ballrooms, theatres, lounges, and you may not believe it but there is even a Planetarium onboard. Queen Mary 2 boasts a lot of deck space. In order passengers to be well protected when the cruise ship is moving fast (30 knots), invisible wind screens were built. 

RMS Queen Mary 2 ship statistics:

  • QM2 is one of the TOP 5 most expensive cruise ships in the world, the biggest ocean liner ever built.
  • Her first sailings was on January 12, 2004.
  • Passenger capacity 2,640 (max 3,060), crew 1,250.
  • year built 2003, builder Chantiers de l’Atlantique (STX Europe, Saint-Nazaire yards in France). Identification IMO number 9241061, MMSI number 310627000, Call Sign ZCEF6.
  • Registry-Flag State (Bermuda, Hamilton). The vessel changed its flag in 2011 from UK to Bermuda in order to be able to offer on-board weddings. “RMS” stands for “Royal Mail Ship” – a gesture to Cunard Line’s history.
  • Dimensions – weight-tonnage 151,400 GT, length 1,132ft (345m), width 135ft (41m), draft (10m, 33ft), Speed (the world’s fastest cruise liner) 56km/h, 35 mph – 30kn (service speed).
  • 12 passenger decks, post-Panamax class vessel (can’t pass through Panama Canal), designed specifically for Transatlantic crossings.
  • Fun Facts. The Queen Mary ship is the first cruise ship with CODAG propulsionfollow system (“combined diesel and gas”). Illuminations Theatre – the first planetarium at sea, the largest Library at sea (more than 8,000 volumes), the first Canyon Ranch SpaClub at sea, 5th in the world’s largest cruise ships list, 15 dining venues, 5 swimming pools, 620m promenade deck, on-board kennels (available only on the transatlantic crossings).

Cunard Queen Mary 2 cruise ship QM2 was most famous before her first sailing, and today is a worthy heir to Cunard’s legacy. She is the flagship of the most respected fleet in the world, consisting of luxury ocean liners. With her accommodation, renowned restaurants, breathtaking Grand Lobby, you will be amazed for sure. 

RMS Queen Mary 2 is the only ocean liner still sailing Transatlantic cruise crossing schedules each year between Southampton and New York. She is also a magnificent and super luxury ocean liner- the only one ever built. Queen Mary 2 provides modern cruise travel experiences with its fourteen spacious decks designed to comfortably relax; lounges; dining rooms; ballrooms and theaters- not to forget the spectacular and only Planetarium at sea. You must sail with this Queen of sea to really enjoy every single minute.

Cunard Queen Mary 2 first World Cruise started on 10 January 2007, navigating round the globe for 81 days. On the 20th of February in Sydney harbor she met Queen Elizabeth 2 being also on a world cruise. Many viewers were attracted at the harbor bridge no matter the arrival time of the queens was 5:42 a.m. This was the first time they met since the original Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary served in 1941 as troop ships. Queen Mary 2 embarked on three-month cruise around the world from Southampton on the 10th of January 2012. She traveled south and afterwards east around Africa, then along the east coastline of Australia heading to Japan and back to Southampton through the Suez Canal. Another Royal Rendezvous took place in New York on the 13th of January 2011 at 6:45 p.m. in front of Statue of Liberty. Queen Mary 2 met Queen Victoria and the brand-new Queen Elizabeth. The two other ships- QE and QV crossed the Atlantic in tandem for the event. The fireworks and the red lights of the Empire State Building marked the event. For the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, the Queens met again in Southampton on the 5th of June 2012.

rms Queen Mary 2 ship construction

RMS Queen Mary 2 entered service in 2004 and her home port is Southampton, UK. QM2 speed is 28 knots- and her open ocean speed is 30-knots (56 km/h; 35 mph), the gross tonnage- 151,400 GRT, guest capacity 2,620; No. of Crew 1253. QM2 length is 1,132 feet; her width- 131 feet and draft- 32 feet. The first RMS Queen Mary was completed in 1936, and the new one was named Queen Mary 2 at a glamorous ceremony by Queen Elizabeth II on 8th of January 2004. After Queen Elizabeth 2 retired from active duty in 2008, the only transatlantic liner running between New York and Southampton remained Queen Mary 2, though she is also used for cruising, as the annual world cruise. In 2003 when she was constructed by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, QM 2 was the tallest, longest and widest passenger ship ever built. Her gross tonnage of 148,528 was also the largest. Queen Mary 2 remained the largest ocean liner in history ever built. She was constructed to replace the RMS Queen Elizabeth 2- Cunard’s flagship till 2004. The Royal Mail Ship (RMS) title was given to Queen Mary 2 as a gesture to the history of Cunard by Royal Mail.

Stephen Payne was Queen Mary 2 naval architect - a Carnival’s designer, who resembled features of some former ocean liners. These aspects include three thick black lines which recall the appearance of the first Queen Mary. Because Queen Mary 2 is too large and cannot dock in all ports, the passengers are ferried in tenders to and from the ship. For transporting passengers to shore, tenders pull up to loading stations, which have large hull doors for hydraulically opening outwards and forming a boarding platform.

QM2 ship policies on board

  • Pregnant women have to present a letter from doctor or midwife. They are not allowed on QM2 if entered the 24th week of pregnancy. Children under 12 months are also not permitted. Children between 12 and 24 months travel free when travelling as 3rd or 4th person in stateroom. A child sharing a stateroom with one adult is charged adult fare. Children sharing stateroom with two adults, being over 24 months, are charged as for the 3rd or 4th person in stateroom- around half the normal fare. ‘The Zone’ is on deck 6 and it is staffed by friendly young nannies. The toddler zone is for ages between 1 and 3, the Play Zone- for ages between 4 and 6, ‘The Zone’- for older up to 17, offering computer games and other. If your child is from 1 to 7 years old, you can leave free of charge in the Play Zone during opening hours- 09:00-12:00, 14:00-17:00, 18:00-24:00. Children from 1 to 7 must be accompanied by adult outside the Play Zone. Children from 8 to 17 can sign themselves in and out the Zone and are free to wander solo the ship.
  • Billed to on board account– everything on board: drinks in bars, internet access, books from the bookshop, purchases in the shops, massages in the spa. You have to show your cabin card after purchases and sign for payments. The total will be deducted from your credit card at the end of the crossing. One price will be quoted to you, but you will be charged a slightly higher- bar prices will have 15% added automatically as a gratuity. Cunard also charges passengers $11 per day to all guests' shipboard accounts. 
  • Mobile phone and Internet access– available on board. Internet access is with good download speed and is available in public areas (including bars) and in your cabin. Payments are by the minutes.
  • Dogs– allowed on Queen Mary 2- during the crossing they will be kept in ship’s kennels (except guide dogs).
  • Pay-per-item laundry service– available on board for laundry collected from staterooms. On most cabin decks you may also use a small self-service and free-of-charge laundrette.
  • Baggage limit– no such limit on Queen Mary 2, no limit for the number of bags if all you bring fits in your stateroom. No item may exceed 23Kg for safe lifting. On the arrival your bags will be taken at the terminal and placed in your stateroom. After the crossing is finished, they will be transported ashore.

An interesting fact is that a baby boy was born on board RMS Queen Mary 2 on January 17, 2016 while en route to New York. The ship was on a transatlantic crossing from Southampton, when a German passenger went into labor. The ship doctor delivered the baby. The baby boy, who arrived 3 weeks early, was named Benjamin Brooklyn.

Cruise itinerary program

Queen Mary 2 itinerary program is based on regular Transatlantic crossings with departures from Southampton UK, Hamburg and New York. Each year the ship offers a “World Cruise” sailing roundtrip from Southampton and oneway itinerary segments. QM2 features special Cunard cruises to Canada (New England) and the Caribbean, also with departures from UK and USA. 

Cabins

Most Queen Mary 2 staterooms are 250-270-sq.foot Balcony rooms (813). There are a total of 1363 staterooms in 23 categories. The largest aboard Queen Mary 2 are the Grand Duplex Suites (2250 ft2).

The so called ‘staterooms’, the cheapest QM2 cabins, include private bathroom with shower, toilet, sink, comfortable beds, TV, dressing and coffee tables, chair, internet access pay-per-minute, room service menu, electronic safe for valuables. The staterooms on Cunard Queen Mary 2 can be separated into categories, in cost ascending order: Standard Inside (no window, but beautifully designed with all facilities above); Standard Atrium View (standard inside cabins with a small window, allocated to Britannia restaurant); Standard Oceanview (with a small non-opening porthole with a sea view); Britannia Premium Balcony (the cheapest type with own balcony, allocated to Britannia restaurant); Britannia Deluxe Balcony (with a glass-fronted balcony, allocated to Britannia restaurant); Britannia Club Balcony (similar to Britannia Deluxe balcony, allocated to ‘Britannia Club’ single-sitting restaurant); Princess Balcony Suites (suites with balcony, allocated to Princess Grill); Queens Balcony Suites (various types including the Grand Duplex suites, allocated to Queen’s Grill restaurant).

Dining options - Food & Drinks

All Cunard ships have 3 main restaurants offering breakfast, lunch and dinner: Queens Grill Restaurant is designated for guests staying in Queens Grill accommodations. Evening dining is anytime between 6.30 pm - 9.00 pm. Princess Grill Restaurant - for guests staying in Princess Grill accommodations. Evening dining is anytime between 6.30pm - 9.00pm. Britannia Restaurant – for guests staying in Britannia Balcony, Oceanview or Inside staterooms. Dining arrangements depend on the class of accommodation passengers have chosen. Most of them prefer Britannia class and dine in the main restaurant. Passengers can upgrade to a ‘junior suite’ and then dine in the Princess Grill, or choose a suite and then dine in the Queens’ Grill. Thus they are grouped by Cunard as the so called Grill Passengers who are permitted to the Queens’ Grill Lounge and may also use the private area on deck 11 and its whirlpool. The other public areas are allowed to use by all passengers. 

Each stateroom is allocated and most cabins are allocated to Britannia restaurant - two-storey with 1,300 seats. The Princess Grill on deck 7 is for the more expensive staterooms- the Queen’s Grill on the same deck - for the very best ones. Fares include all meals in the allocated restaurant and the afternoon tea served in King’s Court or Queen’s Room. Food is excellent - you may choose different starters, main courses, desserts, being changed every day. Dining optional venues - instead in allocated restaurants, you can choose to eat in the self-service informal King’s Court on deck 7 (with several buffet areas) or in the Golden Lion pub on deck 2. You may have breakfast or lunch at the King’s Court area which is open twenty four hours a day - it serves as a buffet restaurant. Todd English restaurant on deck 8 serves superb food, call in the morning to reserve a table.

Each cabin has free room service with simple menu - burgers, pasta, crackers which can be ordered by phone at any time. If you order drinks, they are charged at bar prices.

When you book you may request a sitting. The Britannia restaurant has two for dinner - at 6 p.m. and at 8.30 p.m. Princess Grill and Queens Grill do not have sittings - when they are open, you can dine any time you choose. A note for confirmation sitting and table number will be left in your stateroom when you board. Lunch and breakfast do not require allocated tables or sittings.

A trans-Atlantic cruise travel is more formal than a cruise about dress code. During the day, passengers definitely tend towards country club casual. At night, even when it isn't a formal-designated evening, people dress anyway. There are three dress codes in the main restaurants after 6 p.m. each evening - which one applies each night you will be told in pre-voyage documentation and daily program in your stateroom: Formal (men - dinner jacket with a black tie or dark business suit; women- evening dress); Semi-formal (men- jacket and a tie; women - cocktail dress/trouser suit); Elegant casual (men - a jacket, tie is optional; women - skirt, dress or trousers). Shorts and T-shirts or shorts are not permitted!

Follows the complete list of Queen Mary 2 restaurants and food bars.

  • King’s Court (478-seat self-service buffet restaurant, with Chef’s Galley area for culinary demonstrations and Chef’s Table menu on select evenings; sectioned in 4 casual dining venues – Chef Galley, The Carvery, Lotus, La Piazza)
  • Britannia Restaurant (1351-seat, 3-decks high Dining Room; serves open-seating Breakfast and Lunch. Dinners are waiter-served, with 2 assigned sittings at 6 or 8:30 p.m. Inside is the Britannia Club which is a private dining room for Britannia Club Balcony guests)
  • The Carvery (offers gourmet English cuisine, reservations are recommended)
  • Lotus (Asian cuisine with Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Thai dishes; reservations only)
  • La Piazza (24-hour; serves Italian cuisine; reservations recommended)
  • Queens Grill Restaurant (206-seat, for Queens Grill Suite guests; with regular and an “a la carte” menu)
  • Princess Grill Restaurant (180-seat, Princess Grill Suite guests only; open-sitting, with the same menu as at the Queens Grill)
  • Todd English (216-seat specialty restaurant, reservations are required)
  • Boardwalk Cafe (fast-food bar serving the pool area).

Entertainment options - Fun & Sport

The facilities on Queen Mary 2 include fifteen bars and restaurants, a theatre, casino, ballroom and five swimming pools (four of the ship's five swimming pools are outdoors), together with the first planetarium at sea. You can also use the kennels on board and the nursery. Queen Mary 2 has a class system for her dining options on board. The ship was also registered to Hamilton, Bermuda on the 19th of October 2011 for hosting onboard weddings.

As it is with most modern passenger ships, the major public rooms are situated on the lowest decks on board Queen Mary 2 - the passenger cabins are stacked above them. This way the designers made it possible more passenger cabins to be equipped with private balconies which not to be affected by ocean waves. The Illuminations theatre, the first at sea planetarium and a cinema are situated on Deck 2, where are also the Empire casino, the Royal Court Theatre, the Grand Lobby, the Golden Lion Pub and the first level of the Britannia Restaurant. The upper level of the Illuminations theatre, the Britannia Restaurant and the Royal Court theatre are on Deck 3 together with a shopping arcade, the Queen’s Room, Veuve Cliquot champagne bar, Sir Samuel’s wine bar, the Chart Room and the G32 Nightclub. Another public - Deck 7, contains the Winter Garden, Canyon Ranch Spa, King’s Court, the Queen’s Grill Lounge, and also the famous Princess Grill and Queen’s Grill restaurants for passengers with higher fare. Public room on Deck 8 is the Todd English Restaurant. An eight thousand-volume library, a book shop and a large outdoor pool are also situated there. A large amount of commissioned works of art – more than five thousand by artist from sixteen different countries are visible in the ship’s corridors, public rooms, corridors, lobbies.

Each evening a daily program for the next day will be delivered to your stateroom, showing detailed information about activities on board, opening and closing times of bars, restaurants, and other facilities. There is also an ongoing program of plays, shows, lectures. Several live bands with dancing every evening will entertain you on board. If you prefer disco - visit the G32 nightclub. Do not forget Canyon Ranch spa on deck 7 which offers from massages to manicures, jacuzzis and saunas.

Follows the complete list of Queen Mary 2 lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.

  • Illuminations Theatre (493-seat, 2-leveled, with a giant movie screen; hosts the world’s only Planetarium at sea for astronomy shows, virtual reality movies and high-tech visual programs)
  • Grand Lobby Atrium (with a grand piano, grand sweeping staircase, interior glass-wall lifts)
  • Golden Lion Pub (123-seat traditional British pub bar; features a large selection of UK and international beers, large-size TVs, live entertainment, small dance floor)
  • Empire Casino (222-seat, 6000 ft2 / 610 m2; with 115 slots and 11 gambling tables, served by Casino Bar)
  • Images Photo Gallery & Shop (professional photo-video services; exhibits fine art works)
  • Cunard ConneXions (a complex of 7 rooms which host onboard events)
  • Cyber Centre (has 9 Internet computers, with 35 Internet workstations available in the other ConnneXions rooms)
  • Royal Court Theatre (1105-seats, 2-decks high; has a dynamic stage for grand show / musical productions; features concert hall acoustic and high tech equipment)
  • Clarendon Art Gallery (art auctions and exhibitions; the artworks are all originals)
  • Video Arcade (with the newest video games for all passengers)
  • Mayfair Shops (shopping arcade; luxury jewelry, watches, fashion clothes, formal wear, QM2 logo merchandise)
  • Veuve Cliquot Bar (Champagne bar; the menu also includes tapas and canapes)
  • Sir Samuels Bar (specialty coffee/tea and patisserie bar)
  • Chart Room (cocktail bar with live jazz)
  • Queens Room (2-level formal dancing ballroom; features the biggest dancefloor at sea)
  • G32 Disco & Nightclub (named after the QM2 ship’s yardnumber; with live band music and DJ program)
  • The PlayZone (club lounge area and nursery for kids; complimentary)
  • The Zone (supervised teens club lounge, equipped for kids activities)
  • Minnows Pool (QM2 family pool area, with a sunbathing area and a splash pool)
  • The Canyon Ranch Spa & Salon complex (size 20000 ft2 / 1860 m2, 2-level; with a Spa, Thalassotherapy Pool, Thermal Suite, Finnish and Herbal Saunas, Treatment Rooms, Relaxation Lounge, Aromatic Steam Room, Beauty Salon)
  • Fitness Centre (Gym Room and Weights area; with 8 exercise bikes, 10 Elliptical machines, 14 treadmills, 4 steppers, 2 rowing machines, yoga mats)
  • Carinthia Lounge (ex-Winter Garden; 278-seat, size 7000 ft2 / 650 m2 classy lounge and supper club with live plants area, live music performances; serves Afternoon Champagne Tea, specialty cocktails and pre-dinner snacks)
  • Queens Grill Lounge (Queens Grill Suite guests only venue with white-glove service and live piano music)
  • QM2 Book Shop; The Library (with the largest book selection at sea - over 8000 volumes)
  • Terrace Pool Area (with two Whirlpools, poolside bar, sunbathing area and Band Stand)
  • Commodore Club (115-seat indoor observation lounge with panoramic windows and live piano music)
  • Boardroom (a lounge for private partiesand meetings)
  • Churchill’s Cigar Lounge (QM2 ship’s smokers room with a selection of fine liquors and cigars)
  • Concierge Lounge (private club venue for Princess and Queens Grill guests)
  • Atlantic Room (meeting room; doubles as Card Room)
  • Queens Grills Terrace (private outside pool area for Queens Grill passengers with bar service and Jacuzzi)
  • Pavilion Pool Area (with two Whirlpools, Magrodome, served by the Pavilion Pool Bar)
  • 22 kennels for pets (dogs and cats; with fire hydrant and lamp post in the area reserved exclusively for walking the dogs)
  • The Fairways (2 golf simulator machines, 51 golfing course choices)
  • Sports Centre (1/2 size basketball court; Deck Games area with quoits, shuffleboard, chess board, paddle tennis, mini golf course)
  • The Sun Deck’s pool area (with Splash Pool and two Whirlpools; sunbathing area with loungers; served by the Regatta Bar).

Source: CruiseShipDeckPlan.com


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Queen Mary 2 Itineraries 2016

The below listed Queen Mary 2 cruise prices on 2016 itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Cunard fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.

Departure Itinerary ports Prices
02 February
37-days one-way Rio De Janeiro To Sydney M603
Departing from Rio de Janeiro - 02 Feb

Montevideo - 05 Feb

Punta del Este - 06 Feb

Ushuaia - 10 Feb

Cape Horn, Chile - 11 Feb

Punta Arenas - 12 Feb

Valparaiso - 17 Feb

Easter Island - 21 Feb

Papeete - 26 Feb

Moorea - 27 Feb

Auckland - 04 Mar

Bay of Islands - 05 Mar

Wellington - 07 Mar

Arriving in Sydney - 10 Mar

17 February
22-days one-way Santiago To Sydney M603
Departing from Valparaiso - 17 Feb

Easter Island - 21 Feb

Papeete - 26 Feb

Moorea - 27 Feb

Auckland - 04 Mar

Bay of Islands - 05 Mar

Wellington - 07 Mar

Arriving in Sydney - 10 Mar

17 February
41-days one-way Santiago To Hong Kong M603
Departing from Valparaiso - 17 Feb

Easter Island - 21 Feb

Papeete - 26 Feb

Moorea - 27 Feb

Auckland - 04 Mar

Bay of Islands - 05 Mar

Wellington - 07 Mar

Sydney - 10 Mar - 11 Mar

Brisbane - 13 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 16 Mar

Kotakinabulu, Malaysia - 22 Mar

Shanghai - 26 Mar

Arriving in Hong Kong - 29 Mar

11 March
18-days one-way Sydney To Hong Kong M603
Departing from Sydney - 11 Mar

Brisbane - 13 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 16 Mar

Kotakinabulu, Malaysia - 22 Mar

Shanghai - 26 Mar

Arriving in Hong Kong - 29 Mar

11 March
27-days one-way Sydney To Singapore M603
Departing from Sydney - 11 Mar

Brisbane - 13 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 16 Mar

Kotakinabulu, Malaysia - 22 Mar

Shanghai - 26 Mar

Hong Kong - 29 Mar

Nha Trang - 31 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 02 Apr

Laem Chabang - 04 Apr

Sihanoukville - 05 Apr

Arriving in Singapore - 07 Apr

11 March
38-days one-way Sydney To Dubai M603
Departing from Sydney - 11 Mar

Brisbane - 13 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 16 Mar

Kotakinabulu, Malaysia - 22 Mar

Shanghai - 26 Mar

Hong Kong - 29 Mar

Nha Trang - 31 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 02 Apr

Laem Chabang - 04 Apr

Sihanoukville - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 08 Apr

Langkawi Island - 09 Apr

Colombo - 12 Apr

Cochin - 14 Apr

Arriving in Dubai - 18 Apr

11 March
60-days one-way Sydney To Southampton M603
Departing from Sydney - 11 Mar

Brisbane - 13 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 16 Mar

Kotakinabulu, Malaysia - 22 Mar

Shanghai - 26 Mar

Hong Kong - 29 Mar

Nha Trang - 31 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 02 Apr

Laem Chabang - 04 Apr

Sihanoukville - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 08 Apr

Langkawi Island - 09 Apr

Colombo - 12 Apr

Cochin - 14 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Muscat - 20 Apr

Salalah - 22 Apr

Al Aqaba - 26 Apr

Port Said - 28 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 28 Apr

Suez Canal - 28 Apr

Limassol - 29 Apr

Haifa - 30 Apr

Kusadasi (Ephesus) - 02 May

Naples - 04 May

Cadiz - 07 May

Arriving in Southampton - 10 May

13 March
25-days one-way Brisbane To Singapore M603
Departing from Brisbane - 13 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 16 Mar

Kotakinabulu, Malaysia - 22 Mar

Shanghai - 26 Mar

Hong Kong - 29 Mar

Nha Trang - 31 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 02 Apr

Laem Chabang - 04 Apr

Sihanoukville - 05 Apr

Arriving in Singapore - 07 Apr

13 March
16-days one-way Brisbane To Hong Kong M603
Departing from Brisbane - 13 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 16 Mar

Kotakinabulu, Malaysia - 22 Mar

Shanghai - 26 Mar

Arriving in Hong Kong - 29 Mar

29 March
9-days one-way Hong Kong To Singapore M603
Departing from Hong Kong - 29 Mar

Nha Trang - 31 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 02 Apr

Laem Chabang - 04 Apr

Sihanoukville - 05 Apr

Arriving in Singapore - 07 Apr

29 March
42-days one-way Hong Kong To Southampton M603
Departing from Hong Kong - 29 Mar

Nha Trang - 31 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 02 Apr

Laem Chabang - 04 Apr

Sihanoukville - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 08 Apr

Langkawi Island - 09 Apr

Colombo - 12 Apr

Cochin - 14 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Muscat - 20 Apr

Salalah - 22 Apr

Al Aqaba - 26 Apr

Port Said - 28 Apr

Suez Canal - 28 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 28 Apr

Limassol - 29 Apr

Haifa - 30 Apr

Kusadasi (Ephesus) - 02 May

Naples - 04 May

Cadiz - 07 May

Arriving in Southampton - 10 May

29 March
20-days one-way Hong Kong To Dubai M603
Departing from Hong Kong - 29 Mar

Nha Trang - 31 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 02 Apr

Laem Chabang - 04 Apr

Sihanoukville - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 08 Apr

Langkawi Island - 09 Apr

Colombo - 12 Apr

Cochin - 14 Apr

Arriving in Dubai - 18 Apr

07 April
11-days one-way Singapore To Dubai M603
Departing from Singapore - 07 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 08 Apr

Langkawi Island - 09 Apr

Colombo - 12 Apr

Cochin - 14 Apr

Arriving in Dubai - 18 Apr

10 May
7-days one-way Westbound Transatlantic Crossing M604
Departing from Southampton - 10 May

Arriving in New York City - 17 May

10 May
15-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M604B
Departing from Southampton - 10 May

New York City - 17 May

Arriving in Southampton - 25 May

17 May
8-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M605C
Departing from New York City - 17 May

Arriving in Southampton - 25 May

17 May
10-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M605N
Departing from New York City - 17 May

Southampton - 25 May

Arriving in Hamburg - 27 May

25 May
2-days one-way Hamburg Short Break M605D
Departing from Southampton - 25 May

Arriving in Hamburg - 27 May

21 June
2-days one-way Hamburg Short Break M608A
Departing from Hamburg - 21 Jun

Arriving in Southampton - 23 Jun

21 June
10-days one-way Westbound Crossing M608
Departing from Hamburg - 21 Jun

Southampton - 23 Jun

Arriving in New York City - 01 Jul

21 June
15-days one-way Transatlantic, Canada And New England M608B
Departing from Hamburg - 21 Jun

Southampton - 23 Jun

New York City - 01 Jul

Halifax - 03 Jul

Boston - 04 Jul - 05 Jul

Arriving in New York City - 06 Jul

21 June
24-days round-trip Grand Transatlantic, Canada And New England M608C
Departing from Hamburg - 21 Jun

Southampton - 23 Jun

New York City - 01 Jul

Halifax - 03 Jul

Boston - 04 Jul - 05 Jul

New York City - 06 Jul

Southampton - 13 Jul

Arriving in Hamburg - 15 Jul

23 June
13-days one-way Transatlantic, Canada And New England M608E
Departing from Southampton - 23 Jun

New York City - 01 Jul

Halifax - 03 Jul

Boston - 04 Jul - 05 Jul

Arriving in New York City - 06 Jul

23 June
20-days round-trip Grand Transatlantic, Canada And New England M608F
Departing from Southampton - 23 Jun

New York City - 01 Jul

Halifax - 03 Jul

Boston - 04 Jul - 05 Jul

New York City - 06 Jul

Arriving in Southampton - 13 Jul

23 June
8-days one-way Westbound Crossing M608D
Departing from Southampton - 23 Jun

Arriving in New York City - 01 Jul

01 July
5-days round-trip Independence Day Celebration, Halifax And Boston Short Break M609
Departing from New York City - 01 Jul

Halifax - 03 Jul

Boston - 04 Jul - 05 Jul

Arriving in New York City - 06 Jul

01 July
12-days one-way Grand Eastbound Crossing M609A
Departing from New York City - 01 Jul

Halifax - 03 Jul

Boston - 04 Jul - 05 Jul

New York City - 06 Jul

Arriving in Southampton - 13 Jul

06 July
9-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M610
Departing from New York City - 06 Jul

Southampton - 13 Jul

Arriving in Hamburg - 15 Jul

06 July
7-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M610A
Departing from New York City - 06 Jul

Arriving in Southampton - 13 Jul

06 July
18-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M610B
Departing from New York City - 06 Jul

Southampton - 13 Jul

Hamburg - 15 Jul

Southampton - 17 Jul

Arriving in New York City - 24 Jul

13 July
2-days one-way Hamburg Short Break M610C
Departing from Southampton - 13 Jul

Arriving in Hamburg - 15 Jul

13 July
4-days round-trip Hamburg Short Break M610D
Departing from Southampton - 13 Jul

Hamburg - 15 Jul

Arriving in Southampton - 17 Jul

15 July
2-days one-way Hamburg Short Break M611A
Departing from Hamburg - 15 Jul

Arriving in Southampton - 17 Jul

15 July
9-days one-way Westbound Crossing M611
Departing from Hamburg - 15 Jul

Southampton - 17 Jul

Arriving in New York City - 24 Jul

17 July
7-days one-way Westbound Crossing M611B
Departing from Southampton - 17 Jul

Arriving in New York City - 24 Jul

17 July
15-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M611C
Departing from Southampton - 17 Jul

New York City - 24 Jul

Halifax - 26 Jul

Arriving in Southampton - 01 Aug

24 July
8-days one-way New York Times Insights Transatlantic Crossing M612
Departing from New York City - 24 Jul

Halifax - 26 Jul

Arriving in Southampton - 01 Aug

24 July
16-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M612A
Departing from New York City - 24 Jul

Halifax - 26 Jul

Southampton - 01 Aug

Arriving in New York City - 09 Aug

01 August
8-days one-way Blue Note Jazz At Sea Transatlantic Crossing M613
Departing from Southampton - 01 Aug

Arriving in New York City - 09 Aug

01 August
15-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M613A
Departing from Southampton - 01 Aug

New York City - 09 Aug

Arriving in Southampton - 16 Aug

09 August
7-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M614A
Departing from New York City - 09 Aug

Arriving in Southampton - 16 Aug

09 August
30-days round-trip Grand Transatlantic And Fjords M614B
Departing from New York City - 09 Aug

Southampton - 16 Aug

Hamburg - 18 Aug

Oslo - 20 Aug

Olden - 22 Aug

Andalsnes - 23 Aug

Trondheim - 24 Aug

Flam - 26 Aug

Bergen - 27 Aug

Stavanger - 28 Aug

Hamburg - 30 Aug

Southampton - 01 Sep

Arriving in New York City - 08 Sep

09 August
9-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M614
Departing from New York City - 09 Aug

Southampton - 16 Aug

Arriving in Hamburg - 18 Aug

16 August
2-days one-way Hamburg Short Break M614C
Departing from Southampton - 16 Aug

Arriving in Hamburg - 18 Aug

16 August
16-days round-trip Hamburg And The Fjords M614D
Departing from Southampton - 16 Aug

Hamburg - 18 Aug

Oslo - 20 Aug

Olden - 22 Aug

Andalsnes - 23 Aug

Trondheim - 24 Aug

Flam - 26 Aug

Bergen - 27 Aug

Stavanger - 28 Aug

Hamburg - 30 Aug

Arriving in Southampton - 01 Sep

18 August
12-days round-trip The Fjords M615
Departing from Hamburg - 18 Aug

Oslo - 20 Aug

Olden - 22 Aug

Andalsnes - 23 Aug

Trondheim - 24 Aug

Flam - 26 Aug

Bergen - 27 Aug

Stavanger - 28 Aug

Arriving in Hamburg - 30 Aug

30 August
9-days one-way Westbound Crossing M616
Departing from Hamburg - 30 Aug

Southampton - 01 Sep

Arriving in New York City - 08 Sep

30 August
2-days one-way Hamburg Short Break M616A
Departing from Hamburg - 30 Aug

Arriving in Southampton - 01 Sep

01 September
15-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M616C
Departing from Southampton - 01 Sep

New York City - 08 Sep

Halifax - 10 Sep

Arriving in Southampton - 16 Sep

01 September
7-days one-way Transatlantic Fashion Week, Westbound Crossing M616B
Departing from Southampton - 01 Sep

Arriving in New York City - 08 Sep

08 September
8-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M617
Departing from New York City - 08 Sep

Halifax - 10 Sep

Arriving in Southampton - 16 Sep

08 September
19-days round-trip Grand Transatlantic, Bruges And Guernsey M617A
Departing from New York City - 08 Sep

Halifax - 10 Sep

Southampton - 16 Sep

Zeebrugge/Bruges - 18 Sep

Guernsey - 19 Sep

Southampton - 20 Sep

Arriving in New York City - 27 Sep

16 September
4-days round-trip Bruges And Guernsey M618
Departing from Southampton - 16 Sep

Zeebrugge/Bruges - 18 Sep

Guernsey - 19 Sep

Arriving in Southampton - 20 Sep

20 September
13-days one-way New England And Canada M619A
Departing from Southampton - 20 Sep

New York City - 27 Sep

Newport - 28 Sep

Boston - 29 Sep

Sydney - 01 Oct

Arriving in Quebec City - 03 Oct

20 September
7-days one-way Westbound Crossing M619
Departing from Southampton - 20 Sep

Arriving in New York City - 27 Sep

20 September
28-days round-trip Grand Transatlantic, New England And Canada M619C
Departing from Southampton - 20 Sep

New York City - 27 Sep

Newport - 28 Sep

Boston - 29 Sep

Sydney - 01 Oct

Quebec City - 03 Oct - 05 Oct

Saguenay - 06 Oct

Gaspe - 07 Oct

Halifax - 09 Oct

New York City - 11 Oct

Arriving in Southampton - 18 Oct

20 September
21-days one-way Transatlantic, New England And Canada M619B
Departing from Southampton - 20 Sep

New York City - 27 Sep

Newport - 28 Sep

Boston - 29 Sep

Sydney - 01 Oct

Quebec City - 03 Oct - 05 Oct

Saguenay - 06 Oct

Gaspe - 07 Oct

Halifax - 09 Oct

Arriving in New York City - 11 Oct

27 September
21-days one-way Transatlantic, New England And Canada M620B
Departing from New York City - 27 Sep

Newport - 28 Sep

Boston - 29 Sep

Sydney - 01 Oct

Quebec City - 03 Oct - 05 Oct

Saguenay - 06 Oct

Gaspe - 07 Oct

Halifax - 09 Oct

New York City - 11 Oct

Arriving in Southampton - 18 Oct

27 September
14-days round-trip New England And Canada M620A
Departing from New York City - 27 Sep

Newport - 28 Sep

Boston - 29 Sep

Sydney - 01 Oct

Quebec City - 03 Oct - 05 Oct

Saguenay - 06 Oct

Gaspe - 07 Oct

Halifax - 09 Oct

Arriving in New York City - 11 Oct

27 September
6-days one-way New England And Canada M620
Departing from New York City - 27 Sep

Newport - 28 Sep

Boston - 29 Sep

Sydney - 01 Oct

Arriving in Quebec City - 03 Oct

04 October
7-days one-way Quebec, Halifax And New York M621
Departing from Quebec City - 05 Oct

Saguenay - 06 Oct

Gaspe - 07 Oct

Halifax - 09 Oct

Arriving in New York City - 11 Oct

04 October
14-days one-way Quebec, Halifax Andtransatlantic M621A
Departing from Quebec City - 05 Oct

Saguenay - 06 Oct

Gaspe - 07 Oct

Halifax - 09 Oct

New York City - 11 Oct

Arriving in Southampton - 18 Oct

11 October
7-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M622
Departing from New York City - 11 Oct

Arriving in Southampton - 18 Oct

11 October
14-days round-trip M622B - Nyc1 To Nyc2 M622B
Departing from New York City - 11 Oct

Southampton - 18 Oct

Arriving in New York City - 25 Oct

18 October
7-days one-way Westbound Crossing M623P
Departing from Southampton - 18 Oct

Arriving in New York City - 25 Oct

18 October
14-days round-trip M623B - Sou1 To Sou2 M623B
Departing from Southampton - 18 Oct

New York City - 25 Oct

Arriving in Southampton - 01 Nov

25 October
18-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M624B
Departing from New York City - 25 Oct

Southampton - 01 Nov

Le Havre (Paris) - 02 Nov

Zeebrugge/Bruges - 04 Nov

Southampton - 05 Nov

Arriving in New York City - 12 Nov

25 October
7-days one-way Gregory Porter & Blue Note Jazz At Sea Transatlantic Crossing M624N
Departing from New York City - 25 Oct

Arriving in Southampton - 01 Nov

01 November
4-days round-trip Short Break M624P
Departing from Southampton - 01 Nov

Le Havre (Paris) - 02 Nov

Zeebrugge/Bruges - 04 Nov

Arriving in Southampton - 05 Nov

05 November
7-days one-way Westbound Crossing M625N
Departing from Southampton - 05 Nov

Arriving in New York City - 12 Nov

05 November
14-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M625B
Departing from Southampton - 05 Nov

New York City - 12 Nov

Arriving in Southampton - 19 Nov

12 November
14-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M626B
Departing from New York City - 12 Nov

Southampton - 19 Nov

Arriving in New York City - 26 Nov

12 November
7-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M626N
Departing from New York City - 12 Nov

Arriving in Southampton - 19 Nov

19 November
7-days one-way 2016 Big Band Ball Cruise, Westbound Crossing M627
Departing from Southampton - 19 Nov

Arriving in New York City - 26 Nov

19 November
26-days round-trip The Caribbean M627B
Departing from Southampton - 19 Nov

New York City - 26 Nov

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 30 Nov

Basseterre - 01 Dec

Roseau - 02 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 03 Dec

Tortola - 04 Dec

New York City - 08 Dec

Arriving in Southampton - 15 Dec

19 November
19-days one-way The Caribbean M627A
Departing from Southampton - 19 Nov

New York City - 26 Nov

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 30 Nov

Basseterre - 01 Dec

Roseau - 02 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 03 Dec

Tortola - 04 Dec

Arriving in New York City - 08 Dec

26 November
19-days one-way The Caribbean M628A
Departing from New York City - 26 Nov

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 30 Nov

Basseterre - 01 Dec

Roseau - 02 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 03 Dec

Tortola - 04 Dec

New York City - 08 Dec

Arriving in Southampton - 15 Dec

26 November
12-days round-trip Eastern Caribbean M628
Departing from New York City - 26 Nov

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 30 Nov

Basseterre - 01 Dec

Roseau - 02 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 03 Dec

Tortola - 04 Dec

Arriving in New York City - 08 Dec

08 December
7-days one-way Eastbound Crossing M629
Departing from New York City - 08 Dec

Arriving in Southampton - 15 Dec

08 December
14-days round-trip Roundtrip Transatlantic M629A
Departing from New York City - 08 Dec

Southampton - 15 Dec

Arriving in New York City - 22 Dec

15 December
26-days round-trip The Caribbean M630B
Departing from Southampton - 15 Dec

New York City - 22 Dec

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 26 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 27 Dec

Roseau - 28 Dec

Basseterre - 29 Dec

Tortola - 30 Dec

New York City - 03 Jan

Arriving in Southampton - 10 Jan

15 December
19-days one-way The Caribbean M630A
Departing from Southampton - 15 Dec

New York City - 22 Dec

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 26 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 27 Dec

Roseau - 28 Dec

Basseterre - 29 Dec

Tortola - 30 Dec

Arriving in New York City - 03 Jan

15 December
7-days one-way Westbound Crossing M630
Departing from Southampton - 15 Dec

Arriving in New York City - 22 Dec

22 December
12-days round-trip Caribbean Celebration M701
Departing from New York City - 22 Dec

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 26 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 27 Dec

Roseau - 28 Dec

Basseterre - 29 Dec

Tortola - 30 Dec

Arriving in New York City - 03 Jan

22 December
19-days one-way The Caribbean M701A
Departing from New York City - 22 Dec

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands - 26 Dec

Philipsburg/Saint Maarten - 27 Dec

Roseau - 28 Dec

Basseterre - 29 Dec

Tortola - 30 Dec

New York City - 03 Jan

Arriving in Southampton - 10 Jan

Queen Mary 2 Itineraries 2017

The below listed Queen Mary 2 cruise prices on 2017 itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Cunard fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.

Departure Itinerary ports Prices
10 January
46-days one-way Southampton To Sydney M703C
Departing from Southampton - 10 Jan

Funchal - 14 Jan

Tenerife - 15 Jan

Walvis Bay - 24 Jan

Cape Town - 26 Jan - 27 Jan

Port Elizabeth - 29 Jan

Saint-Denis - 03 Feb

Port Louis - 04 Feb

Fremantle - 12 Feb

Margaret River - 13 Feb

Adelaide - 16 Feb

Melbourne - 18 Feb

Kangaroo Island - 20 Feb

Melbourne - 22 Feb

Wilsons Promontory, Australia - 23 Feb

Eden - 24 Feb

Arriving in Sydney - 25 Feb

10 January
16-days one-way Southampton To Cape Town M703
Departing from Southampton - 10 Jan

Funchal - 14 Jan

Tenerife - 15 Jan

Walvis Bay - 24 Jan

Arriving in Cape Town - 26 Jan

10 January
118-days round-trip Southampton To Southampton M703M
Departing from Southampton - 10 Jan

Funchal - 14 Jan

Tenerife - 15 Jan

Walvis Bay - 24 Jan

Cape Town - 26 Jan - 27 Jan

Port Elizabeth - 29 Jan

Saint-Denis - 03 Feb

Port Louis - 04 Feb

Fremantle - 12 Feb

Margaret River - 13 Feb

Adelaide - 16 Feb

Melbourne - 18 Feb

Kangaroo Island - 20 Feb

Melbourne - 22 Feb

Wilsons Promontory, Australia - 23 Feb

Eden - 24 Feb

Sydney - 25 Feb

Port Arthur - 27 Feb

Hobart - 28 Feb

Sydney - 02 Mar

Brisbane - 04 Mar

Airlie Beach - 06 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 07 Mar

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei - 13 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 15 Mar

Nha Trang - 16 Mar

Hong Kong - 18 Mar

Keelung - 20 Mar

Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Shanghai - 29 Mar

Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Safaga - 25 Apr

Sharm El Sheikh - 26 Apr

Al Aqaba - 27 Apr

Port Said - 29 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 29 Apr

Suez Canal - 29 Apr

Naples - 02 May

Lisbon - 05 May

Arriving in Southampton - 08 May

27 January
101-days one-way Cape Town To Southampton M704L
Departing from Cape Town - 27 Jan

Port Elizabeth - 29 Jan

Saint-Denis - 03 Feb

Port Louis - 04 Feb

Fremantle - 12 Feb

Margaret River - 13 Feb

Adelaide - 16 Feb

Melbourne - 18 Feb

Kangaroo Island - 20 Feb

Melbourne - 22 Feb

Wilsons Promontory, Australia - 23 Feb

Eden - 24 Feb

Sydney - 25 Feb

Port Arthur - 27 Feb

Hobart - 28 Feb

Sydney - 02 Mar

Brisbane - 04 Mar

Airlie Beach - 06 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 07 Mar

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei - 13 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 15 Mar

Nha Trang - 16 Mar

Hong Kong - 18 Mar

Keelung - 20 Mar

Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Shanghai - 29 Mar

Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Safaga - 25 Apr

Sharm El Sheikh - 26 Apr

Al Aqaba - 27 Apr

Port Said - 29 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 29 Apr

Suez Canal - 29 Apr

Naples - 02 May

Lisbon - 05 May

Arriving in Southampton - 08 May

27 January
29-days one-way Cape Town To Sydney M704C
Departing from Cape Town - 27 Jan

Port Elizabeth - 29 Jan

Saint-Denis - 03 Feb

Port Louis - 04 Feb

Fremantle - 12 Feb

Margaret River - 13 Feb

Adelaide - 16 Feb

Melbourne - 18 Feb

Kangaroo Island - 20 Feb

Melbourne - 22 Feb

Wilsons Promontory, Australia - 23 Feb

Eden - 24 Feb

Arriving in Sydney - 25 Feb

18 February
14-days one-way Melbourne To Brisbane M707C
Departing from Melbourne - 18 Feb

Kangaroo Island - 20 Feb

Melbourne - 22 Feb

Sydney - 25 Feb

Port Arthur - 27 Feb

Hobart - 28 Feb

Sydney - 02 Mar

Arriving in Brisbane - 04 Mar

18 February
12-days one-way Melbourne To Sydney M707B
Departing from Melbourne - 18 Feb

Kangaroo Island - 20 Feb

Melbourne - 22 Feb

Sydney - 25 Feb

Port Arthur - 27 Feb

Hobart - 28 Feb

Arriving in Sydney - 02 Mar

25 February
21-days one-way Sydney To Hong Kong M709B
Departing from Sydney - 25 Feb

Port Arthur - 27 Feb

Hobart - 28 Feb

Sydney - 02 Mar

Brisbane - 04 Mar

Airlie Beach - 06 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 07 Mar

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei - 13 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 15 Mar

Nha Trang - 16 Mar

Arriving in Hong Kong - 18 Mar

25 February
5-days round-trip Sydney To Sydney M709
Departing from Sydney - 25 Feb

Port Arthur - 27 Feb

Hobart - 28 Feb

Arriving in Sydney - 02 Mar

02 March
67-days one-way Sydney To Southampton M710H
Departing from Sydney - 02 Mar

Brisbane - 04 Mar

Airlie Beach - 06 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 07 Mar

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei - 13 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 15 Mar

Nha Trang - 16 Mar

Hong Kong - 18 Mar

Keelung - 20 Mar

Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Shanghai - 29 Mar

Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Safaga - 25 Apr

Sharm El Sheikh - 26 Apr

Al Aqaba - 27 Apr

Port Said - 29 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 29 Apr

Suez Canal - 29 Apr

Naples - 02 May

Lisbon - 05 May

Arriving in Southampton - 08 May

02 March
16-days one-way Sydney To Hong Kong M710A
Departing from Sydney - 02 Mar

Brisbane - 04 Mar

Airlie Beach - 06 Mar

Yorky's, Australia - 07 Mar

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei - 13 Mar

Ho Chi Minh City - 15 Mar

Nha Trang - 16 Mar

Arriving in Hong Kong - 18 Mar

18 March
20-days one-way Hong Kong To Singapore M712D
Departing from Hong Kong - 18 Mar

Keelung - 20 Mar

Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Shanghai - 29 Mar

Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Arriving in Singapore - 07 Apr

18 March
51-days one-way Hong Kong To Southampton M712F
Departing from Hong Kong - 18 Mar

Keelung - 20 Mar

Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Shanghai - 29 Mar

Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Safaga - 25 Apr

Sharm El Sheikh - 26 Apr

Al Aqaba - 27 Apr

Port Said - 29 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 29 Apr

Suez Canal - 29 Apr

Naples - 02 May

Lisbon - 05 May

Arriving in Southampton - 08 May

18 March
31-days one-way Hong Kong To Dubai M712E
Departing from Hong Kong - 18 Mar

Keelung - 20 Mar

Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Shanghai - 29 Mar

Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Arriving in Dubai - 18 Apr

18 March
14-days round-trip Hong Kong To Hong Kong M712B
Departing from Hong Kong - 18 Mar

Keelung - 20 Mar

Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Shanghai - 29 Mar

Arriving in Hong Kong - 01 Apr

22 March
7-days round-trip Shanghai To Shanghai M713A
Departing from Shanghai - 22 Mar

Cheju - 23 Mar

Busan, Korea - 24 Mar

Nagasaki - 25 Mar

Naha - 27 Mar

Arriving in Shanghai - 29 Mar

29 March
9-days one-way Shanghai To Singapore M713I
Departing from Shanghai - 29 Mar

Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Arriving in Singapore - 07 Apr

01 April
6-days one-way Hong Kong To Singapore M714B
Departing from Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Arriving in Singapore - 07 Apr

01 April
17-days one-way Hong Kong To Dubai M714
Departing from Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Arriving in Dubai - 18 Apr

01 April
37-days one-way Hong Kong To Southampton M714C
Departing from Hong Kong - 01 Apr

Laem Chabang - 05 Apr

Singapore - 07 Apr - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Safaga - 25 Apr

Sharm El Sheikh - 26 Apr

Al Aqaba - 27 Apr

Port Said - 29 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 29 Apr

Suez Canal - 29 Apr

Naples - 02 May

Lisbon - 05 May

Arriving in Southampton - 08 May

08 April
30-days one-way Singapore To Southampton M714J
Departing from Singapore - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Dubai - 18 Apr - 19 Apr

Safaga - 25 Apr

Sharm El Sheikh - 26 Apr

Al Aqaba - 27 Apr

Port Said - 29 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 29 Apr

Suez Canal - 29 Apr

Naples - 02 May

Lisbon - 05 May

Arriving in Southampton - 08 May

08 April
10-days one-way Singapore To Dubai M714I
Departing from Singapore - 08 Apr

Klang (Kuala Lumpur) - 09 Apr

Penang - 10 Apr

Colombo - 13 Apr

Arriving in Dubai - 18 Apr

18 April
20-days one-way Dubai To Southampton M715
Departing from Dubai - 19 Apr

Safaga - 25 Apr

Sharm El Sheikh - 26 Apr

Al Aqaba - 27 Apr

Port Said - 29 Apr

Suez Canal - 29 Apr

Port Suez, Egypt - 29 Apr

Naples - 02 May

Lisbon - 05 May

Arriving in Southampton - 08 May

08 May
7-days one-way Southampton To New York M716
Departing from Southampton - 08 May

Arriving in New York City - 15 May