Cunard has announced details of the maiden voyages for its new ship Queen Anne and more than 110 other cruises on its four-ship fleet from October next year.
Queen Anne will sail initially from Southampton to Lisbon on a seven night cruise, starting on 4 January 2024, after which it will cruise around the Mediterranean, Caribbean and northern Europe.
From 27 January 2024, the ship will head to the Eastern Caribbean on a 35-night cruise, followed by a 16-night cruise to the Western Mediterranean, departing from Southampton on 29 March 2024.
In 2024, Queen Victoria will embark on a 107-night world voyage, departing from Southampton on a full circumnavigation.
The ship will sail westbound to North America, including a transit of the Panama Canal, onwards to Australia, Asia, and returning to Europe via South Africa, visiting 32 unique destinations across her new voyages.
Queen Mary 2 will begin her season with an eastbound transatlantic crossing from New York, before setting off from Southampton on a 108-night world voyage.
The liner will sail to the Mediterranean, Asia via the Suez Canal, Australia and return to Europe via South Africa.
Following a fly-cruise season in Barcelona, Queen Elizabeth will relocate to Singapore before starting a Australian residency with a 6-night voyage from Fremantle.
It will then embark on a series of short break and round-trip voyages from Melbourne and Sydney, including a Christmas and New Year voyage to New Zealand, a 10-night exploration of Queensland, and a new 14-night voyage calling in the South Pacific.
Queen Anne’s maiden sailings will be on sale from 17 May and 2024 cruises on Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth will be available to book from 24 May.