Cunard has unveiled its January to May 2019 Oceans of Discovery program which includes a voyage to Alaska – the first time that Cunard’s current fleet will have travelled to Alaska and the first time that the cruise line will have ventured there in over 20-years.
From January to May 2019, Cunard’s iconic flagship Queen Mary 2 and her sister ships, the Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Victoria, will call at 49 different countries and 109 destinations.
Of these, 21 are maiden calls and exciting new destinations include Boracay (Phillipines), Akita (Japan) and Goa (India).
Since Cunard pioneered the concept of world cruising in 1922, it has undertaken more world voyages and sent more ships around the globe than any other passenger line.
In keeping with this grand tradition, Cunard will operate a full world circumnavigation on Queen Victoria in 2019, while flagship Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth will carry out exotic voyages that offer richer, deeper and more regionally-focused itineraries than ever before.
Josh Leibowitz, senior vice president, Cunard North America, said:
“Our Winter 2019 program debuts Oceans of Discovery, by Cunard. Across the fleet, Cunard’s Winter 2019 program covers the globe, including places that we have not visited for years. Our itineraries have been designed to offer enriching days in port as well as plenty of time on board for our guests to relax and enjoy all that our ships have to offer.”
Cunard World Club members will be able to book exclusively with stateroom assignments beginning on March 28, 2017 and booking will open for the public on March 29, 2017.
Sail on over to http://www.cunard.com for more.