Cunard's Queens Go Cruising Again
A return to Alaska, transatlantic crossings and Europe highlight Cunard’s 2022 voyage schedule for Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth, which are now on sale.
The British cruise line’s Australia sailings in 2022 and 2023 will be released early next year.
More than 35 countries feature in the more than 160 launched itineraries, covering north of the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean and from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, via the Panama Canal.
Top sailings include Queen Elizabeth’s return to Alaska with seven and 10-night voyages from Vancouver – visiting Glacier Bay, Haines, Hubbard Glacier, Skagway, Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan and Victoria. Prices lead in from $2899 per person, twin share, departing 14 June 2022 for 10 nights.
After the Alaska sailings, Queen Elizabeth cruises through the Panama Canal, across to the Mediterranean, where she will embark on a series of seven and 14-night voyages, departing from Barcelona.
Along with her transatlantic crossings, Queen Mary 2 will sail to North Cape for the first time spending three days in Tromso, with opportunities to see the Northern Lights, with calls to Bergen, Trondheim, Alesund and Stavanger. Prices start from $4049 per person, twin share, departing 4 September 2022 for seven nights.
Queen Victoria’s highlights include a 14-night Southampton return Baltic itinerary, with destinations including St Petersburg, Tallin, Helsinki and Copenhagen. Prices start at $4049 per person, twin share, departing 19 June 2022 for 14 nights.
Past Cunard travellers will receive a five per cent discount on their booking of one of the newly launched itineraries – if made on the Cunard fare before 1 March 2022.
Cunard president, Simon Palethorpe, said there had been a high demand for Cunard’s 2021 voyages @so we know how much our guests are anticipating travelling again on our iconic ships, with many future highlights including a welcome return to Alaska”.
Cunard voyages for Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria – from April 2022 to January 2023 – and Queen Elizabeth – from May to November 2022, are now on sale. Subsequent deployment after these dates, including details of the remainder of Queen Elizabeth’s 2022 programme will also be released early next year.
Queen Mary 2