Cunard Launch New Winter 2020/21 Sailings
Wednesday 6th March 2019, 2:43pm
New programme includes more variety than ever before with 94 destinations covering 139,000 nautical miles and three maiden calls for the current fleet
Cunard has unveiled its winter 2020 – 2021 programme with exciting new destinations and more variety than ever before that will see the famous fleet, including the world’s only ocean liner Queen Mary 2, visit incredible places across the globe.
From November 2020 to May 2021, Cunard’s three ships will travel 139,000 nautical miles, calling at 94 destinations in 38 different countries, including three maiden calls to Hualien, Miyakojima and New Plymouth.
From San Francisco to Sydney and Auckland to Cape Town this latest itinerary blends world-class cities with smaller, less well-known, destinations, offering the opportunity to truly understand and experience the culture of a destination. Trips range from short two-night breaks to a 108-night world voyage with each journey delivering a refined and immersive experience, for every guest.
Cunard has undertaken more world voyages and sent more ships across the world than any other passenger line, making Cunard a true expert in world voyages. In fact, the concept of world cruising was invented by Cunard in 1922, when the elegant Laconia completed the first ever continuous circumnavigation of the globe by a passenger liner, taking in 22 ports in 130 days.
Queen Mary 2:
· 36 voyage combinations ranging from 3 to 113 nights
· Over 47,000 nautical miles
· 37 ports
· 22 countries
· Overnight stays in Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, and three days in Cape Town
· Transits the Suez Canal
· 34 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
· 36 voyage combinations ranging from 2 to 112 nights
· Over 41,000 nautical miles
· 39 ports
· 24 countries
· Overnight stays in San Francisco, Honolulu, Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore and Cape Town
· Includes scenic cruising in the Panama Canal
· 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
· 82 voyage combinations ranging from 2 to 39 nights
· Over 49,000 nautical miles
· 46 ports
· 10 countries
· 4 maiden calls for Queen Elizabeth
· Overnight stays in Auckland, Wellington, Hobart, Singapore and Hong Kong
· Scenic cruising in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
· 24 UNESCO World Heritage Sites