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Cunard Reveals New 2025/27 Voyages!

Cunard Reveals New 2025/27 Voyages!

Cunard has finally revealed where in the world its fleet of four elegant cruise ships will be venturing to in late 2025 through to early 2027. 

Caribbean sun, traversing the mighty Panama Canal and classic Transatlantic cruising are just some of the standout features of Cunard’s packed September 2025 to January 2027 schedule, peppered with a huge variety of World Voyages, short breaks and week-long escapes. 

All these new cruises are now on sale, and we’re offering exclusive discounts and offers to past and new passengers who book 2025 – 2027 Cunard voyages. Find out more, here

Now, let’s dive into the irresistible array of voyages awaiting from 2025 to 2027…

Queen Anne

Cunard’s latest stellar ship, Queen Anne, crisscrosses the globe in unmistakable style in 2026. During a 109-night epic World Cruise to and from Southampton, departing in January 2026,  Queen Anne will travel to sensational destinations across Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Asia, Africa and Australia. 

After this World Cruise extravaganza, she’ll make her way to the stunning waters and lands of the Norwegian Fjords, North Cape and the British Isles between May and July, before heading to the historic shores of the Mediterranean and Greek Isles in August and September. 

Many cruises will be speckled with a flurry of overnight port calls in Melbourne, Reykjavik, Singapore and Hong Kong, plus late-evening departures in Colombo, Fremantle, Rotterdam, Cape Town and Barcelona.

Queen Mary 2

Alongside her usual schedule of classic Transatlantic voyages, Queen Mary 2’s 2025/2026 season will also include her cruising down the Panama Canal, a massive 82-km artificial waterway in Central America, for the very first time. 

Guests onboard Queen Mary 2 have the chance to see this incredible feat of engineering connecting the Pacific and Atlantic oceans for themselves during a Full World Voyage from Southampton, departing on the 11th January 2026. Alternatively, guests can opt for shorter cruises available during this Full World sailing, which includes the Panama Canal transit.

Queen Victoria

For the latter half of 2025, Queen Victoria will be cruising to mesmerising Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and Greek Isles destinations on a variety of itineraries, ranging from four to an incredible 32 nights in length. Queen Victoria, like her sister ship Queen Anne, will be spending the Christmas season in the Canary Islands, and ring in the New Year with a simply exquisite Zeebrugge, Amsterdam and Cherbourg voyage, departing on 28th December 2025 for seven nights. 

She’ll then embark on a 35-night roundtrip from Southampton in search of hotter climbs in the Caribbean, returning only briefly for a 14-night Canary Islands cruise before setting sail on another 28-night epic back to the Caribbean. For the remainder of 2026, Queen Victoria is due to operate a range of Mediterranean, Canary Islands, and Adriatic voyages. 

Queen Elizabeth

It’s all about the Caribbean for Queen Elizabeth in 2025/2026. The majority of Queen Elizabeth cruises will be departing from Miami’s sun-kissed shores to utterly astonishing ports in Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Saint Lucia, and Barbados – among others! Several itineraries feature late evening departures in Bridgetown in Barbados, an inviting oasis of colourful beaches and pristine shores. 

Before that though, Queen Elizabeth sets sail on a captivating tour of Alaska during a 10-night voyage from Seattle to San Francisco in September 2025. During this cruise, guests can expect to see amazing natural landscapes, intriguing wildlife plus awesome cityscapes. 

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