Cunard's Queen Elizabeth ship to sail from Southampton UK to Singapore

   October 11, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

In light of the latest news that Australians could soon find themselves in the position of being able to fly overseas to go cruising but be unable to sail from their own country, and the cancellation of most of the 2021 world cruises, some travel agencies are now offering their customers a repositioning cruise (32-day itinerary) from Southampton (England UK) to Singapore by Cunard’s liner Queen Elizabeth departing on February 20, 2022.

Connections have to be added between Singapore and Australia-New Zealand.

Queen Elizabeth cruise ship

MS Queen Elizabeth will sail from Southampton to visit Cadiz Spain (Feb 23), Piraeus-Athens Greece (Feb 27), Suez Canal transit (Mar 2), Aqaba-Petra Jordan (Mar 3), Muscat Oman (Mar 9), Dubai UAE (Mar 11-12/overnight), Colombo Sri Lanka (Mar 17), Pulau Langkawi Island Malaysia (Mar 21), Port Klang-Kuala Lumpur Malaysia (Mar 22), Singapore (Mar 23-24/overnight) and continuation by other means to Australia.

The voyage is a segment of the ship's relocation from Europe to Asia and North America/Alaska. For more such voyages (including via Suez Canal) see at RepositionCruises.com

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