From March to December in 2018, Cunard’s three Queens will set sail on a new program of destinations and special event voyages.
As a benefit for guests who book their cruise early, Cunard is offering a free drink package and pre-paid gratuities in Princess and Queens Grill Suites, as well as up to $250 onboard credit per stateroom. This offer is available for those who book by June 30, 2017.
Princess and Queens Grill Suites offer a variety of special amenities for guests, including the choice of their pillow, butler service, a concierge to arrange activities throughout the sailing, and personalized stationery. They’ll also enjoy their own restaurants; The Princess Grill and the Queens Grill, which feature single-seating dining and an a la carte menu.
Guests booked in a balcony room will also receive onboard credit up to $250 per stateroom, depending on the length of the cruise.
2018 Special Event Sailings
Voyage du Vin – Spain and Portugal – June 1-8 – Wine tasting onboard Queen Victoria will introduce guests to some of Europe’s finest wine and ports, along with onboard lectures and excursions around the Atlantic coast, with calls in Spain, Portugal, and Guernsey.
A Photographic Journey to the Land of the Midnight Sun – The Fjords – July 1-13 – Guests aboard Queen Elizabeth‘s Norwegian cruise will learn tips from pro photographers such as Ross Hoddinott, one of England’s leading wildlife photographers. The ship will take a trip to the Arctic Circle too, to photograph the phenomenon of the “midnight sun.”
Big Band Ball – Netherlands – August 24-28 – Queen Elizabeth will once again be host for a celebration of music and dance with a 13-piece Big Band Orchestra, who will play music from Glen Miller and Duke Ellington.
Transatlantic Fashion Week – Westbound Crossing – September 2-9 – Guests will be able to indulge in the glamour of fashion shows aboard Queen Mary 2 during this cruise, and also hear inspirational talks from some of the biggest names in fashion – including fashion writer and journalist Colin McDowell.
A Journey of Genealogy – Westbound Crossing – November 4-11 – For the first time, Cunard has partnered with Ancestry.com to offer guests the opportunity to trace their family trees aboard the remastered Queen Mary 2.
2018 Program Highlights
20 Maiden Calls for the Fleet: Rockland (US), Sept Iles (Canada), Visby (Sweden), Riga (Latvia), Bodo (Norway), Puerto del Rosario (Spain), La Rochelle (France), Donegal (Ireland), Haugesund (Norway), Rijeka (Croatia), and more.
Overnight Calls: Funchal (Portugal), Quebec (Canada), Reykjavik (Iceland), St Petersburg (Russia), Rotterdam (Netherlands), and Venice (Italy).
Evenings in Port: Barcelona and Bilbao (Spain), Boston (US), Dublin (Ireland), Mallorca (Spain), Oslo (Norway), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Venice (Italy), and more.
For more information on the exciting program for 2018, visit Cunard’s website or contact your travel agent.
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