Passengers will have multiple chances to circle the globe in 2015 when Cunard Line celebrates its 175th anniversary with several circumnavigation voyages.
Together, the line’s three ships — Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth — will visit 82 unique destinations in 46 countries. Passengers will be able to combine itineraries into and out of Sydney, when the Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria meet there in March.
Other highlights include visits to a commemoration of the Battle of Gallipoli in Turkey, a Chinese New Year celebration in China and a fleetwide Cunard rendezvous in Southampton, England, on May 3, 2015.
Each ship will offer separate global trips.
Queen Mary 2 will make four maiden calls (Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei; Bitung, Indonesia; Sanya, China; and Sihanoukville, Cambodia) on its 113-night east-west voyage, visiting 38 ports in 21 countries. World voyage fares start at $16,399.
Queen Victoria will make five maiden calls (Akaroa, New Zealand; Bora Bora; Puerto Limón, Costa Rica; Rarotonga, Cook Islands; and San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua) on its 103-night itinerary. It will visit 33 ports in 21 countries. Full world fares start at $12,699.
Queen Elizabeth will sail a 112-night Western Circumnavigation itinerary visiting 38 ports in 26 countries. It will make one maiden call to Yorkeys Knob, Australia. Full world fares start at $15,499.
Passengers who book before Feb. 28, 2014, can receive onboard credit of up to $3,000 per stateroom. In addition, members of the line’s World Club are eligible for savings of up to $2,000 per person.
The line allows pre-registration for the trips now. They will be available for booking beginning Sept. 5.
Editorial Message
This site contains materials from other clearly stated media sources for the purpose of discussion stimulation and content enrichment among our members only. does not necessarily endorse their views or the accuracy of their content. For copyright infringement issues please contact