In 2025, Cunard will release 180 new voyages.
Cunard World Club Members will be able to book sailings from 1 pm BST on October 4; everyone else will be able to book from 1 pm BST on October 5.
A statement from the company indicated that the new program will feature sailings between April 2025 and January 2026, covering 91 destinations across 24 countries.
There will be 19 maiden calls on the Queen Anne, including Bilbao, Ibiza, Skjolden, Messina and Santorini. The Queen Anne will sail the Western Mediterranean, Norwegian Fjords and Western Europe. The Queen Mary 2 will continue its Transatlantic Crossings while the Queen Victoria will remain in the Mediterranean.
With itineraries ranging from two to 19 nights, the Queen Anne will sail from Southampton. Starting in June, guests will explore Norway’s fjords for 12 nights on the Queen Anne, and in July, they will sail the Mediterranean for 16 nights through France, Spain, and Italy.
From May to October, the Queen Victoria will sail seven, fourteen, and 21-night voyages from Barcelona, Civitavecchia (Rome), and Trieste in the Mediterranean. The two-week Istanbul and Greek Islands sailing, departing from Civitavecchia, is one of Queen Victoria’s highlights for 2025.
Among the 180 fantastic itineraries available to Cunard, there is truly a voyage for everyone with our new 2025 program, according to Katie McAlister, president of Cunard. Our fleet of Queens offers the perfect opportunity for a world-class voyage, whether it’s a famous Transatlantic crossing, a Scandinavian adventure, or a Caribbean Christmas.
In addition to providing great offers for their customers, we always strive to provide the best deals to our travel agent partners. In addition to sailing to some of the most exotic destinations in the world, our ships offer unique and enriching experiences for guests, so you can relax and escape in a uniquely luxurious setting whether you are a new Cunarder or a loyal Cunarder.”
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