Cunard is a world-renowned British cruise line, synonymous with luxury ocean travel since 1840. Famous for their statement black and red funnels, Cunard’s iconic fleet of ships – all named after British Queens – play host to guests from all over the world and are warmly welcomed wherever they sail.
Today’s fleet comprises Queen Mary 2 (the world’s only true ocean liner), Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth, with a fourth ship, Queen Anne, due to grace the seas in early 2024. The 249th ship in Cunard’s illustrious history, Queen Anne will join her sister ships in redefining the definitive experience of ocean travel and what it means to voyage the world’s oceans.
As pioneers of the first passenger World Voyage, a journey on a Cunard Queen offers signature experiences, unrivalled at sea; refined over more than 180 years. Savour the freedom to spend your time in whatever way you please, indulging in as much (or as little) as you care to. From unforgettable Gala Evenings and exquisite hand-picked entertainment to Afternoon Tea and fascinating Insight talks with notable speakers, it’s these legendary flourishes that make holidaying with Cunard a truly memorable experience.
Together with offering itineraries to some of the world’s most remarkable destinations, Cunard also proudly curates a unique programme of Event Voyages, paying homage to the worlds of art, literature, gastronomy, music, and dance. These exceptional sailings offer intimate workshops, discussions, and performances with the crème-de la crème of industry talent. Past and present voyages include Dance the Atlantic with English National Ballet, the London Theatre at Sea with the Olivier Awards, and the Literature Festival at Sea with Cheltenham Literature Festival.
There’s a fine line between a journey you’ll remember and one you’ll never forget. There’s a fine line between cruising and Cunard. Cross it with us at Cunard.com