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Queen Elizabeth’s 2021 Summer Sailings Are Here!

Queen Elizabeth’s 2021 Summer Sailings Are Here!

As some of you may have seen, Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth will be returning to the UK and Europe in the summer of 2021 and we have just received more details of some of the amazing itineraries you’ll be able to experience onboard Cunard when they go on sale.

Not only will she call at over 100 ports and over 20 countries during the 10 months, but she’ll be offering you a range of different sailing options from 3 to 23-nights onboard.

Here are just a few of the itineraries you can book on to for 2021 onboard Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth; 

British Isles Cruise

With everything that is going on at the moment, you may want to stay closer to home on your next cruise. Cunard’s British Isles cruise will let you do this whilst also visiting some of the most beautiful places Britain has to offer. You’ll port in the charming harbour town of St Peter Port, Guernsey as well as Liverpool and Belfast on your cruise. Here you can discover the history of the Titanic with a visit to the Titanic Museum.

Atlantic Coast/Iberia

If you’re looking to sail a little further afield then why not explore Spain and Portugal on one of Queen Elizabeth’s Atlantic Coast cruises. Cruise to the Bay of Biscay and step ashore in Gijon, where characterful sidrerias (cider bars) and an enchanting Old Town will catapult you back in time. You can also treat your taste buds when you port in both Bilbao and La Coruna and discover some of Northern Spain’s tasty delights. 

Western Mediterranean

Western Mediterranean cruises have always been a popular choice for guests not only because of the warmer climate but also because of the sun-drenched beaches and architectural wonders you can discover whilst there. Queen Elizabeth’s 2021 Western Mediterranean itineraries include ports such as Barcelona, where you can visit Gaudi’s unfinished master piece, Sagrada Familia and Civitavecchia which is just a short trip from Italy’s capital, Rome where you can admire their famous Colluseum. 

Scenic Cruises

For something slightly different, Queen Elizabeth will be embarking on a short scenic cruise season where you can enjoy the beautiful British coastline. She’ll stay close to shore for you to admire scenes such as Isles of Scilly and Scotland’s Isle of Mull in the Inner Hebrides. Choosing this type of cruise will not only give you the chance to see the UK from a different perspective but also the chance to really enjoy the beauty that is the ship, Queen Elizabeth. 

World Sectors

From October 2021 Queen Elizabeth will be departing for Australia where she’ll visit Melbourne, Eygpyt’s famous Suez Canal and Southeast Asia on the way. Not only will you get to see these amazing destinations but you’ll also get the opportunity to see the ‘Rose City’ of Petra as well as Sri Lanka’s capital Colombo and the beaches of Bali. This cruise really is a once in a lifetime opportunity that you won’t want to miss.

 Australia/New Zealand

Once in Australia, Queen Elizabeth will be giving guests the chance to really explore not only Australia but New Zealand too. From November onwards passengers will undertake a series of homeports voyages including Mebourne, Auckland, Wellington and Sydney. Not only that but you will also call at Dunedin where you can see Edwardian architecture, take on picturesque hiking trails and learn more about Maori ancestry. 

As you can see Queen Elizabeth has a lot to offer in 2021 and we don’t want you to miss out on some of these amazing itineraries. So, if you’re interested in booking your next adventure onboard, pre-register your interest here;

Pre-register here!

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