Luxury cruise line Cunard has announced the release of 180 new voyages for 2025 aboard three of the brand’s ships.
Cunard has been a pioneer in ocean travel for almost 180 years, and now the British cruise line is offering guests more opportunities to set sail with the announcement of 180 new voyages for 2025.
Queen Anne will primarily be sailing to the western Mediterranean, Norwegian fjords, and western Europe, while Queen Mary 2 will continue her transatlantic crossings. Queen Victoria will be based in the Mediterranean. Each Queen’s program will include at least one maiden call, and Queen Anne will make 19 maiden calls including at Bilbao, Ibiza, Skjolden, Messina, and Santorini.
In a press release, Cunard president Katie McAlister said, “We are incredibly excited to be launching our new 2025 program and with 180 fantastic itineraries to choose from, there really is a Cunard voyage for everyone. Whether it’s an iconic Transatlantic crossing, a Scandinavian adventure, or Christmas in the Caribbean, our fleet of Queens provide the perfect opportunity to explore the world in style.”
“Not only do our itineraries sail to some of the world’s most exotic destinations, our ships offer unique and enriching experiences for guests, so whether you’re a new-to-cruiser or a loyal Cunarder you’ll be free to unwind and escape in a uniquely luxurious setting,” McAlister continued.
The newest addition to the Cunard fleet, Queen Anne‘s design concepts are based on heritage craftsmanship, storytelling, and innovation, and the 113000-ton, 3000-guest ship will offer cruisers more options for entertainment, dining, and bars than ever before.
For her 2025 program, Queen Anne will sail from Southampton, England, to a variety of ports and with itinerary lengths ranging from two to 19 nights, with 19 maiden calls.
Guests can choose from varied options including a 12-night journey in June to the mysterious vistas of the Norwegian fjords, or a 16-night Mediterranean voyage in July visiting several of Europe’s most stunning ancient cities.
Queen Mary 2
Guests sailing aboard Queen Mary 2, the world’s only true ocean liner, will find adventures on both sides of the Atlantic in 2025, from the UNESCO-listed architecture of Old Québec to the medieval streets of Bruges.
Whether it’s relaxing on the white sands of the Caribbean in December or indulging in Cunard signature experiences on a transatlantic crossing, a voyage on Queen Mary 2 is always an unforgettable experience.
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Queen Victoria will be based in the Mediterranean from May until October 2025, offering a range of 7- 14- and 21-night itineraries from Barcelona, Civitavecchia (Rome), and Trieste.
One of the highlights of Queen Victoria‘s 2025 program will be her two-week Istanbul and Greek Islands sailing in May. The cruise from Civitavecchia will visit some of the eastern Mediterranean’s most iconic sites.
Voyages will be available to book from 8 AM EST on October 4, 2023 exclusively for Cunard World Club Members. Bookings will be open to the general public from 8 AM on October 5.
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Do you have a Cunard cruise planned for 2025? Which ship and itinerary did you choose? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!
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