Cunard has announced the first event voyage on Queen Anne, with a unique British Isles Festival to coincide with her debut voyage around the British Isles.
This unique voyage allows travellers to take their place in history as the beginning of a new chapter for Cunard sets sail. Queen Anne will sail from Southampton on 24 May 2024 on her maiden voyage around the British Isles.
The 14-night round-trip voyage will highlight the best of Britain’s shores, including Cunard’s spiritual home of Liverpool and vibrant Belfast, dramatic Highland cliffs and the beautiful Scottish shoreline.
On board, guests can meet preeminent performers during an exclusive programme of dazzling British and Irish entertainment or enjoy ‘In conversation with’ Insights talks with expert guest speakers, celebrating the rich heritage and natural wonders of the British Isles.
Cunard President Katie McAlister said, “Christmas has come early for travellers looking to celebrate the arrival of Queen Anne as we announce her British Isles Festival voyage, which will be a real celebration of our newest ship and showcase the very best of Great Britain and Ireland.” Queen Anne’s maiden voyage around our shores will be a truly historic sailing voyage. I know many of our loyal Cunarders will be eagerly awaiting what will be an iconic journey.”
Discover your dream destination with Queen Anne. As the newest addition to the Cunard fleet, her design concepts are based on heritage, craftsmanship, style, storytelling, and innovation, and the 113,000-ton, 3,000-guest ship, which spans 14 decks, will offer travellers several breath-taking experiences, as well as more entertainment, dining, and bar choices than ever before.
She will also have the widest fitness, beauty, thermal, and spa facilities ever seen on a Cunard ship, with her reimagined Mareel Wellness & Beauty proposition heralding a new era of wellbeing at sea.
During her debut season, Queen Anne will cruise from Southampton to the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, the Canary Islands, and the Norwegian Fjords, visiting over 60 unique destinations in 16 countries and several of Europe’s beautiful ancient cities.
She will sail on 3 May 2024 for a seven-night maiden voyage to La Coruna and Lisbon.