If you’re an avid Cunard cruiser then you’ll know exactly what the cruise line is all about. From their famous afternoon tea to their outstanding white star service, Cunard really encapsulates everything you’d expect from a very traditional cruise holiday.
If you’ve never had the chance to experience all that Cunard has to offer, then now might just be the time for you to get onboard. Cunard has released details of their brand new itineraries for 2022 and information on where exactly their three queens will be heading.
Queen Mary 2
Cunard’s most famous ship, Queen Mary 2 is literally heading all over the world in 2022 and taking in some iconic destinations during the year.
Crossing the Atlantic on Queen Mary 2 is just as exciting today as it was in 1847 and it remains one of travel’s most iconic experiences. You can either fly-out to New York and sail back to the UK or sail out from Southampton and arrive in New York 7 nights later. With a transatlantic cruise, you’ll get to experience everything the ship has to offer and really sit back, relax and be ready to disembark and experience the vibrant city that is New York!
If a city holiday isn’t really your thing, then why not pick one of Queen Mary 2’s Norwegian Fjords Itineraries. If you’re after breathtaking views, quaint villages and those famous Northern lights are on your bucket list, then this might just be the cruise for you.
But, if you’re looking for beautiful white beaches and a whole lot of sunshine, then the Queen Mary 2 will also be cruising over to the Caribbean. You’ll get to experience a new island almost every day of your voyage. Some sailings will include ports of calls such as St Kitts, St Lucia and St Thomas.
Queen Mary 2 will also be visiting Western Europe, Western Mediterranean and the North Cape.
A guest favourite! Queen Victoria’s art deco elegance and refined style enchant all who step onboard. She also has a great variety of itineraries to choose from in 2022.
If you’re looking to stay a little closer to home in 2022, then Queen Victoria will be returning to the British Isles, embarking on a series of scenic cruises and captivating port calls in England, Ireland, Scotland and Guernsey. Highlights include Scotland’s ethereal Isle of Mull in the Inner Hebrides as well as Invergordon and Greenock.
In Europe’s northernmost nations, fascinating contrasts provide the perfect combination for a magical cruise holiday in the Baltics. Queen Victoria will be visiting the charmful Skagen with its terracotta-roofed houses, St Petersburg, with its stunning imperial palaces and immense museums as well as many other iconic locations.
She’ll also be spending some time in the central region of the Mediterranean and hitting all the major hot spots. These types of cruises are great if you want to explore a little more. She’ll be stopping off at Croatia’s Hvar, which exudes historic charm, with its 13th-century walls and baroque cathedral, constructed during the Dalmatian Renaissance. You’ll also get to sample Venetian fortresses and grand French palaces on the island of Corfu.
Queen Victoria will also be visiting the Western Mediterranean, the Norwegian Fjords, Atlantic Coast/Iberia, the North Cape and Atlantic Islands.
Queen Elizabeth’s world is elegant and inviting. The romance of yesteryear, distilled with the modern comforts of today.
Cruises through Asia offer mystique, tradition and stunning diversity, and Queen Elizabeth is heading towards all the key ports you want to see on an Asian itinerary. Effervescent Yokohama is an epicentre of culinary prowess, and also your stepping stone to Tokyo, where cherry trees and ancient temples mingle with neon-lit futuristic skyscrapers. She’ll also stop off in Singapore where you can explore the famous, magical Gardens by the Bay.
Discover remarkable natural wonders, unparalleled wildlife, and the rich cultural legacy of ‘The Great Land’, as you explore this wild frontier with Queen Elizabeth across Alaska. Each day in Alaska presents you with awe-inspiring wonders. Revel at the blue hues of the immense Hubbard Glacier and journey through the Inside Passage, which culminates in Glacier Bay – where you’ll experience some of the world’s most spectacular tidewater glaciers.
Queen Elizabeth will also be offering transit of the Panama Canal in 2022, which will take you on an incredible journey from the Golden Gate of San Francisco to Mexico, South America and through the Caribbean.
Queen Elizabeth will also be running some Western Mediterranean cruises as well.
So if any of these amazing itineraries take you fancy, you can book any sailing by simply clicking HERE!
Don’t forget, booking early means you will benefit from some exclusive offers;
- 5% extra past passenger discount
- Up to $1320 per cabin free onboard spend
- Free parking at the port or coach transfers
- Up to 6% extra bonus Cruise.co.uk discount
All sailings will be available to book on the 17th November from 8.30 am so make sure you set a reminder so you don’t miss out on your perfect 2022 cruise.// END - About the Author ?>