Cunard Unveils Expanded 2020 Summer Sailings

Cunard has announced its expanded voyages for the remainder of 2020, including new sailings to the Norwegian Fjords, Japan and Australia. Guests will have the opportunity to experience true luxury and relaxation on Cunard’s iconic ships – Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria – while travelling around the world.

Cunard will continue many of its classic voyages, including Queen Mary 2’s signature Transatlantic Crossing between New York and Southampton, while adding new itineraries in Western Europe and Southeast Asia. Whether choosing a three-night short break or a 19-night Grand Voyage, Cunard guests will enjoy a blend of iconic, world-class cities and lesser-known, charming destinations.

In total, the Cunard fleet will travel over 169,000 nautical miles with calls at 110 destinations in 34 different countries, with eight maiden calls including Bornholm, Denmark; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Ringaskiddy, Ireland; Jakarta, Indonesia; as well as Kurhiro, Ishigaki and Tokyo, Japan. Cunard will also offer a selection of two-night calls in major cities including Barcelona, Hong Kong and Québec and late evening departures which allow guests more time in port for deeper exploration in places such as Juneau, Alaska, Aomori, Japan, Malaga, Spain, and Tromsø, Norway.

Queen Mary 2

Flagship ocean liner Queen Mary 2 will continue to be the only ship to offer regularly-scheduled service between New York and London, making 19 7- to 8-night Transatlantic Crossings from April through December in 2020. Voyage itineraries range from seven to 21 nights and include port calls in Canada, Iceland, Scotland and Le Havre, France, along with overnight calls in Québec and Reykjavik and evening departures in Boston and Halifax. Queen Mary 2 will also sail two Norwegian Fjords voyages ranging from seven to 25 nights and five Western European voyages for three to five nights.

Queen Mary 2 voyage highlights include:

  • Nine 14- to 15-night Transatlantic Crossings roundtrip from either New York or London
  • Two 21-night sailings with calls to Canada, Iceland and Scotland – one sailing roundtrip from New York, the other roundtrip from London
  • Fourth of July seven-night Independence Day cruise roundtrip from New York
  • Four seven-night voyages between New York and Québec
  • Eight 14-night New England & Canada voyages which begin and end in ports of New York, Québec, Southampton or Le Havre

Queen Elizabeth

Continuing with the exciting new voyage types first introduced in 2019, Queen Elizabeth, will continue to roam among far-flung and beloved destinations to bring our guests a taste of the exotic in Fall 2020. Starting in September, Queen Elizabeth will embark on three roundtrip voyages from Tokyo as well as Grand Voyages that cover the North Pacific, East Asia and Australia. These can be taken as shorter individual voyages from two to 18-nights or grouped together into longer combinations of up to 40 nights, to satisfy any discerning guest’s need for exploration.

Queen Elizabeth highlights include:

  • Five Roundtrip Tokyo itineraries with varying lengths and destinations
  • Five Southeast Asia voyages, ranging from seven to 23 nights

Queen Victoria

Cunard’s Queen Victoria will return to Southampton in early spring after embarking on a circumnavigation of South America. She will continue to sail Northern Europe itineraries in addition to seven shorter Western Europe voyages ranging from two to seven nights. She will make seven maiden calls with overnight stays in the major cities of Amsterdam, Barcelona, Reykjavik and St. Petersburg, and evening departures in Bodo, Narvik and Tromsø, Norway, Dublin, Ireland, Hamburg, Germany, Malaga, Spain, and Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Queen Victoria highlights include:

  • Four Baltic voyages, ranging from nine to 16 nights
  • Four Norwegian Fjords voyages, ranging from seven to 12 nights
  • Three Atlantic Coast/Iberia voyages, ranging from 10 to 12 nights
  • Two 12-night Iceland voyages
  • Two 12-night North Cape voyages (with a high likelihood of seeing the Northern Lights at Alesund)
  • Two Western Mediterranean voyages, ranging from 14 to 17 nights
  • A 12-night British Isles voyage

Queen Victoria maiden calls: 

Bodo, Norway | Bornholm, Denmark | Riga, Latvia | Nordfjordeid, Norway | Leknes, Norway | Skjolden, Norway | Ringaskiddy (for tours to Cork), Ireland

Renowned for impeccable White Star Service, gourmet dining and world-class entertainment, all three of Cunard’s Queens offer luxury accommodations in Britannia, Britannia Club, Princess Grill Suite and Queens Grill Suite staterooms. Cunard is the only line to offer regularly scheduled Transatlantic service between New York and London, and it continues to celebrate the freedom of travel on exciting World Voyage and Grand Voyage itineraries that visit Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia.

 

Trying to explore each and every inch of this wonderful planet via cruise ship.

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One comment on “Cunard Unveils Expanded 2020 Summer Sailings
  1. Already people are complaining of port choices / lol

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