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Cunard outlines their 2013 voyage program

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Queen Mary 2 in Sydney Harbor. (photo: Cunard)

Cunard outlined their 2013 Voyage Program today across their fleet of three ships featuring 106 voyages visiting 99 ports in 35 countries. 2013 will bring several maiden calls, overnight stays and multiple departures for their most popular cruise itineraries such as St. Petersburg & Baltic Explorer, Fjords & Waterfalls and Greek Isles and Mediterranean Treasure voyages.

“In addition to our superb White Star Service and glamorous on board experiences, Cunard is famed for its extensive itineraries with visits to the world’s most stunning ports of call,” said Peter Shanks, president of Cunard Line. “We’ve expanded next year’s programme to include multiple departures for our most popular itineraries, plus new ports of call and overnight stays to satisfy customer demand for these favoured regions.”

What ship is doing what?

Queen Mary 2 will continue to offer her transatlantic crossings between Southampton and New York, as well as nine-night voyages between New York and Hamburg.

Queen Victoria will spend 2013 in Northern Europe, the Mediterranean and Atlantic Isles, Iberi and Morocco, with a new 24-day voyage to the Black Sea and Turkey.

Queen Elizabeth will spend  most of the season from Southampton to Northern Europe and sailing the Mediterranean from Venice, Athens, Rome, and Southampton.

Source: Cunard Line

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