Cunard introduces 17 new international cruises with Queen Elizabeth ship (February-June 2022)

   November 21, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Embarking on her new program in early 2022, Cunard Line's MS Queen Elizabeth will visit a total of 32 ports in 12 different countries, visiting destinations like Norway’s fjords, island hopping (in Portugal and Spain), the Mediterranean, a Panama Canal transition (part of the boat's relocation to Alaska).

The program includes 6 overnight port calls and 3 late-evening departures. The extended time in Tromso (Norway) and Narvik (Norway) offers the chance of seeing the Northern Lights.

A visit to Amsterdam (Netherlands) on a 4-night short break brings the opportunity to explore the UNESCO-listed canals by night. Other highlights include Genoa (Milan, Italy), Ibiza Town (Ibiza Island, Balearic Spain), Manzanillo (Mexico), Grand Turk Island (Cockburn Town), San Francisco (California USA), prior to reaching Alaska’s Glacier Bay NP and Hubbard Glacier.

Queen Elizabeth cruise ship

Simon Palethorpe (Cunard's President) said they were thrilled to offer the new Escapes Programme to "guests who might long for a voyage that promises a sense of freedom, luxury and style.” 

“For cruise afficionados or those enjoying their first taste of the vibrant and inviting world of Queen Elizabeth, together with our renowned White Star Service, this program has something for everyone.”