With ships called Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria, you can expect nothing less than exquisite service and a royal welcome when you sail with Cunard Cruises.
Cunard will be offering cruises to a wide range of exciting destinations throughout 2013 and 2014. Take a look at our full range of Cunard cruise trips here – or keep reading to find out what makes a Cunard cruise so special.
Established more than 150 years ago, Cunard has carved out an unparalleled reputation for luxury and style.
One of the main reasons for this is undoubtedly its ‘White Star Service’, which aims to provide guests with a service that goes above and beyond all expectations. All staff are trained at the White Star Academy, ensuring a consistently high service and thorough knowledge of the ships.
Cunard cruise ships
Despite Cunard’s rich history, its current trio of cruise ships are actually some of the youngest at sea. As a result, you can expect modern facilities, great entertainment and pristine surroundings during your time on board.
Queen Mary 2
Named after the original Queen Mary, which also sailed for Cunard, Queen Mary 2 brings Cunard’s classic style and service to the modern day. It’s the flagship of the Cunard line, housing around 2,620 passengers and 1,253 crew.
Today’s Queen Elizabeth (not to be confused with the historic ship of the same name, which also cruised for Cunard) is the company’s second largest cruise ship, housing up to 2,547 passengers. She was launched in January 2010 and Christened in October 2010 by Queen Elizabeth II.
The smallest of the three Cunard Ships, Queen Victoria is nonetheless far from small – host to seven restaurants, thirteen bars and three swimming pools across her 16 decks. Laid down in May 2006 and launched in January 2007, she was Christened by the Duchess of Cornwall in December 2007.
Trips on Cunard Cruises for 2013 and 2014
Here’s a selection of some of the best trips Cunard will be embarking on during 2013 and 2014:
Greek Isles and Turkish Splendours
28th October 2013 for 12 nights
Stopping at Venice, Dubrovnik, Corfu, Athens, Kusadasi, Rhodes, Santorini, Messina (Sicily), Salerno and Civitavecchia (Rome).
Australia and New Zealand round trip from Sydney
7th March 2013 for 12 nights
Queen Mary 2
Starting from Sydney and stopping at Bay of Islands, Auckland, Wellington, Akaroa and then back to Sydney.
St Petersburg and Baltic Explorer
20th July 2013 for 14 nights
Starting from Southampton and stopping at La Coruna, Gibraltar, Palau, Florence/Pisa, Cannes, Barcelona, Cartagena (Spain) and back to Southampton.
16th November 2013 for 15 nights
Queen Mary 2
Flying to New York and then embarking on a non-stop cruise to Southampton.
Brisbane to Dubai
4th March 2014 for 46 nights
Stopping at Rabaul, Kochi, Kobe, Nagasaki, Pusan, Shanghai, Xiamen, Hong Kong, Halong Bay, Chan May, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Colombo, Mumbai, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Akaba, Sharm El Sheikh, Sokhna, Suez, Port Said, Naples, Las Palmas, Lisbon and Southampton.
These offers are strictly limited and will sell out. See our full range of trips on our Cunard Cruises page.