Introducing our 2019 cruises.

Introducing our new 2019 cruises.
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Cunard expertly curates itineraries for discerning travellers that are about the ship as much as the shore, sailing to well-known cities that hold well-hidden secrets. Arrive in style, discover with distinction, depart with a fanfare and sail onwards in unrivalled sophistication.

Introducing our new 2019 cruises.

  • Northern Europe, by Cunard.

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    Discover the lands of Tsars and Vikings, fjords and geysers on an intriguingly diverse selection of cruises around the continent of Europe’s northern shores.

  • The British Isles, by Cunard.

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    A leisurely circuit around home waters reveals friendly cities and incredibly beautiful scenery, combining a warm feeling of familiarity with an exciting sense of discovery.

  • The Transatlantic, by Cunard.

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    A Transatlantic Crossing offers you so much possibility. It’s a welcome chance to leave the everyday world behind, escape into a new world of indulgence and excitement and yet feel totally relaxed.

  • Overnight stays, iconic cities.

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    Our summer programme offers you the opportunity to experience after-hours shows and attractions in many unforgettable world-class cities - Amsterdam, Barcelona and Venice, to name but a few.

  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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    Cunard's 2019 cruises visit over forty UNESCO World Heritage Sites - classified landmarks of special cultural or physical significance, which symbolise remarkable footprints of extreme human endeavour.

  • 10 fleet maiden calls.

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    The most famous Ocean Liners in the world call at 78 destinations in 25 different countries, including 15 overnight stays, 11 late evening departures and 10 new calls for our current fleet.

  • Evenings in port.

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    We offer a number of late evening departures to allow you time to explore at leisure - offering you the opportunity to enjoy dinner ashore or take a special evening tour.

  • Hotel packages.

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    Each of our hotels has a four-star or five-star rating and has been selected for its key location within an incredible city. Hotel packages include accommodation, breakfast, group transfers between the airport, ship and hotel, local taxes and service charges, luggage porterage and the services of a local Cunard representative.

  • Northern Europe, by Cunard.
  • Scandinavia. Scandinavia is a summer favourite, especially Stockholm, which covers 14 islands - its old town's palaces and royal pageantry offer hours of delight. A call to another Swedish port, Visby, reveals northern Europe’s best-preserved fortified medieval commercial city. Parts of Copenhagen in Denmark have changed little since the time of Hans Christian Andersen and the famous statue of his Little Mermaid awaits, along with numerous galleries and museums. Nyhavn, Copenhagen Cruises to Scandinavia
  • The Baltic. A highlight in Northern Europe, St Petersburg is a vision of tsarist palaces, cathedral domes, and also home to the world-renowned Hermitage Museum. Estonia's capital Tallinn is remarkable for its beautifully preserved Old Town and imposing castle-like district, Toompea. Our 2019 itineraries call on two other Baltic states – Latvia’s art nouveau capital, Riga, and Klaipeda in Lithuania, close to the Curonian Spit, each well worth a visit. Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, St Petersburg, Russian Federation Cruises to the Baltic
  • The fjords and Iceland. In 2019, we continue to explore Norway’s long and stunning coastline. In the southwest, Kristiansund spans four islands joined by bridges. The city's art nouveau Opera House and Second World War Kvalvik Fort are well worth exploring. Further north, you could explore Haugesund's Viking heritage. Discover the cities of Bodo and Narvik just inside the Arctic Circle in beautiful settings lit by the midnight sun. Queen Elizabeth will call at Leknes, in the Lofoten Islands, a stunning archipelago crowned by photogenic peaks. Iceland, a breathtaking remote land of glaciers and geysers, is also a highlight of our summer itinerary. Leknes in Lofoten, Norway Cruises to the fjords and Iceland
  • The British Isles, by Cunard.
  • England's sceptred isle. Liverpool is famed as the birthplace of The Beatles – and it remains our spiritual home too. The Cunard Building stands proud as one of the ‘Three Graces,’ part of the waterfront that forms a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Queen Victoria’s arrival in Newcastle is a fleet first in 2019. You may head for the iconic Tyne Bridge or even Segedunum, the excavated Roman fort that once guarded one end of Hadrian’s Wall. The 'Three Graces' buildings on Liverpool's Pier Head Cruises to England
  • Venture across the Irish Sea. Admire Belfast’s Grand Opera House, the Titanic experience in Cobh and, further afield, the Giant’s Causeway. In Dublin, visitors often seek out the Guinness Brewery, but there's also the opportunity to discover the literary Dublin of Yeats, Shaw, Swift and Wilde. While Cork’s wonderful English Market is worth a browse, Blarney Castle may tempt you away from the city. Donegal, from Killybegs, is set on Ireland’s most spectacular coastline, where the sea cliffs of Sliabh Liag, stunning headlands and pristine beaches make up the Wild Atlantic Way. The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland Cruises to Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
  • Scottish Highlands, cities and islands. Invergordon invites you into the Highlands, where centuries-old battlefields, whisky distilleries and mysterious Loch Ness await. Via Oban, you might set eyes on Loch Lomond or Inveraray Castle with its green stone and conical turrets. The city of Glasgow appears on all our British Isles cruises, and its architectural riches include Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art. Edinburgh revels in its Georgian splendour, its historic Royal Mile and iconic castle. Most cruises also visit one or more beautiful Scottish isles. In 2019, Queen Victoria visits Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands and Lerwick in the Shetland Isles. View of Edinburgh from Carlton Hill Cruises to Scotland
  • The Transatlantic, by Cunard.
  • Days to love across the Atlantic. Whichever way you travel between New York and Southampton, you’ll have six or seven whole days in which to lose yourself to the countless charms of our flagship. The beauty of it all is that every moment is yours to do exactly what you want. You can be sociable all day long, or find your own quiet corner. You can stay active from dawn until dusk, or just enjoy the glorious leisure. Mother and daughter enjoying quiet time on Terrace Transatlantic cruises
  • Beyond what you might imagine. Our magnificent flagship is uniquely suited to ensuring you enjoy the holiday of a lifetime, with so many experiences to choose from; including the planetarium, 3D film screenings, drama workshops, the largest floating library, and the blissful Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. As you would expect, the cuisine is exquisite. At night you can anticipate a whirl of outstanding live music, dancing to the acclaimed orchestra in the Queens Room, and West End-quality shows. Friends at masked ball Transatlantic cruises
  • Extend your stay. London is one of the world's most famous cities, so why not take the opportunity to explore? Extend your holiday with a few days in London before or after your Transatlantic Crossing. Choose to stay in one of our hand-picked hotels; opt for a hotel and sightseeing option; make your own flight arrangements or choose an upgrade; you may even choose to sail both ways. Houses of Parliament from the river Thames Transatlantic cruises

Overnight stays.

  • Los Angeles, USA.

    Los Angeles, the entertainment capital that is populated with celebrities, needs little introduction. The Hollywood sign and the Walk of Fame are popular sights here, but there is also an exceptional dining scene as well as a number of outstanding beaches, such as Huntington Beach, a stone’s throw away in Orange County.

  • Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    The city of Amsterdam is a highlight in its own right. A thoroughly modern and innovative city, it is also a treasure trove of cultural and historical finds. Do not miss the Rijksmuseum, which features paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer and over 7,500 other works of art. The famous Dutch café culture also comes into its own here.

  • Quebec City, Canada.

    Hailed as the ‘most French city outside of France’, Quebec City offers a charming spectacle of sights. The history and romance seeps from the very fabric of the buildings and cobbled streets. As night falls, there is a lively nightlife waiting to be discovered - music from opera and live jazz to Québécois folk, an array of microbreweries and fabulous dining.

  • St Petersburg, Russia.

    St Petersburg is a showcase of elaborate architecture, winding canals, arts, culture and history. During summer, a unique phenomenon known as the White Nights occurs in St Petersburg and the sun does not descend below the horizon. This spectacle electrifies the atmosphere, making it a romantic and exciting place to be.

  • Reykjavík, Iceland.

    Reykjavík is a picturesque city that serves as a gateway to the country’s best known attractions, but it is more than just a place to pass through before heading out to the wild landscapes of Iceland. Reykjavík is a hub for locals and visitors alike, where shopping, dining, art and culture are all part of the experience.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Discover over 40 sites of cultural and natural heritage around the world considered to be of outstanding value to humanity.

    • Statue of Liberty

      Statue of Liberty, USA.

      Sculpted by Bartholdi and engineered by Gustave Eiffel, the Statue was a gift from France on the centenary of American independence in 1886. Cruises visiting New York
    • The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

      Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

      Not only one of Christianity's greatest holy cities and famous site of pilgrimage, the Old Town of Santiago de Compostela is comprised of an extraordinary collection of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassicist buildings. Cruises visiting Vigo
    • Speicherstadt with dark clouds before the storm in Hamburg, Germany

      Hamburg, Germany.

      Hamburg's rapid development as a port city during the growth of international trade resulted in the largest coherent historic ensembles of port warehouses in the world - the Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus Districts. Nearby, the you'll discover the iconic Chilehouse building's 1920s modernist style. Cruises visiting Hamburg
    • Piazza del Duomo, Pisa

      Piazza del Duomo, Pisa.

      Sometimes called the Campo dei Miracoli, the Piazza del Duomo in Pisa is considered sacred by the Catholic church. As well as the famous leaning tower (the campanile), the square contains three other masterpieces of Italian Medieval architecture; the cathedral, the baptistry and the cemetery. Cruises visiting La Spezia or Livorno
    • La Antigua Guatemala with view of the Volcán de Agua

      La Antigua, Guatemala.

      Set over 5,000 feet above sea level, La Antigua Guatemala was built in 16th Century Italianate style. Although partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1773, the city still has an impressive number of magnificent examples of Colonial buildings. Cruises visiting Puerto Quetzal
    • Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, Poland

      Malbork Castle, Poland.

      This Gothic late Medieval brick castle was constructed by the Teutonic Order, a German community of military monks who crusaded against the pagans who lived on the south Baltic coast, as well as against the Christian Kingdom of Poland. Cruises visiting Gdynia
    • Thingvellir National Park

      Thingvellir National Park, Iceland.

      Thingvellir National Park, set in a rift valley, was the original site of Iceland's ancient open-air assembly Althing, which made laws and settled disputes for freemen across the whole of Iceland. Fragments of over 50 turf and stone booths from the assembly have been discovered in the Park. Cruises visiting Reykjavik
    • Teide National Park, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      Teide National Park, Spain.

      Declared a national park in 1954, the Cañadas del Teide National Park includes an enormous volcanic crater, dormant since 1909 and over 29 miles in circumference. Rising 12,300 feet from this crater is Mount Teide, the highest mountain in all of Spain's territory. Cruises visiting Santa Cruz
    • Everglades National Park at sunrise with the silhouette of a flying heron

      Everglades National Park, USA.

      Comprising coastal mangroves, sawgrass marshes and pine flatwoods, Everglades National Park is home to abundant wildlife - including the endangered leatherback turtle, Florida panther and West Indian manatee. Cruises visiting Fort Lauderdale
    • Pitons Management Area, St Lucia

      The Pitons, St Lucia.

      Rising dramatically from the sea, the Pitons are two volcanic spires which form part of St Lucia's high Piton Mitan ridge. The tropical rainforest on the steep slopes of the Pitons play host to many plants unique to St Lucia, with a high level of endemic or rare species. Cruises visiting Castries
    • Morne Trois Pitons National Park forest waterfall

      Morne Trois Pitons, Dominica.

      Dominica's National Park is home to the richest biodiversity in the Lesser Antilles. This volcanic region covers diverse habitats incorporating hot springs, freshwater lakes, lush valleys and steep mountainside tropical forests. Cruises visiting Roseau
    • Boardwalk portion of a trail in the Tablelands of Gros Morne National Park

      Corner Brook, Canada.

      Gros Morne National Park's varied terrain includes tundra, forest, bogs, salt marshes, waterfalls, and a freshwater fjord. Yet perhaps the most fascinating area of all is the Tablelands, a vast, striking and geologically intriguing landscape. Cruises visiting Corner Brook

Maiden calls.

  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.

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    Visit Newcastle-upon-Tyne and you'll not only discover the city's fascinating ship-building heritage but a vibrant contemporary arts scene. Antony Gormley's iconic sculpture 'Angel of the North' watches over the city.

  • Leknes, Lofoten Islands, Norway.

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    Visit the Lofoten archipelago via Leknes in Norway to encounter nature's most stunning landscapes. You could also investigate the region's traditional lifestyle at the Vestvågøy Museum, or archaeology and the reconstructed longhouse and ships at Lofotr Viking Museum.

  • Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland.

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    Britain's most northerly town, Lerwick is not only a cultural hub for the Shetlands but also boasts a long and fascinating history. Just a stone's throw from the town, Clickimin Broch is an ancient Iron Age roundhouse with evidence of settlement spanning over a thousand years.

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  • Klaipeda, Lithuania
  • Hvar, Croatia
  • Leknes, Lofoten Islands, Norway
  • Lerwick, Scotland
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England
  • Oban, Scotland
  • Panama City (via Fuerte Amador), Panama
  • Reykjavik, Iceland
  • St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
  • Stornoway, Scotland.

Evenings in port.

Several late evening port departures allow you to explore at your leisure, enjoy dinner ashore or perhaps take a special evening tour.

    • Amsterdam, the Netherlands by evening

      Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

      A late departure from Amsterdam allows plenty of time to savour the charming bars, museums and restaurants of this beautiful city or tour by bike for a most authentic experience. You could venture north out of Amsterdam to visit the authentic old village of Zaanse Schans, passing scenic pastures dotted with farmhouses and grazing animals. View cruise
    • Barcelona's bars by night

      Barcelona, Spain.

      You could experience a beautiful display of colourful costumes, intriguing music and unique dance style during a lively evening Flamenco show, tour Barcelona's extraordinary Modernist architecture, or simply soak up the atmosphere and spend time relishing Spanish hospitality at one of the city's many world-class restaurants and bars. View cruise
    • Boston, USA

      Boston, USA.

      Take in Boston's lights and night time atmosphere. Enjoy visiting the bustling, trendy cafés along Newbury Street, or pay a visit to Union Oyster House, Boston's oldest restaurant. Dating from 1826, it’s famed for being a favourite of President John F Kennedy. Here, you’ll be served a delicious evening meal of clam chowder or locally caught lobster. View cruise
    • Sunset over Barbados

      Bridgetown, Barbados.

      Sample the unique British flavour as you stroll through historic Bridgetown, also referred to as ‘Little England,’ and enjoy the unique combination of colonial tradition and Caribbean vibrancy. The ribbons of welcoming sand which arc down the Platinum Coast remain a huge draw on this Caribbean favourite. View cruise.
    • Nyhavn's picturesque harbour in Copenhagen, Denmark

      Copenhagen, Denmark.

      So much is new and striking, so much richly traditional – from the ramparts of Hamlet’s Elsinore to the very latest examples of Scandinavian design. Copenhagen literally takes your breath away. View cruise
    • The old port in Dubrovnik, Croatia at sunset

      Dubrovnik, Croatia.

      Dubrovnik is on UNESCO's List of World Patrimony due to its exceptional beauty and rich cultural heritage. This ancient town, surrounded by strong ramparts and fortresses, is a treasure-trove of architectural and cultural masterpieces. Visit the Old Town and enjoy a stroll along the marble-paved streets or relax over a drink at one of the local bars. View cruise
    • Liverpool waterfront at Pier Head, Albert Dock, Salthouse, ferry terminal

      Liverpool, England.

      Liverpool is vibrant and modern with a taste of the 60s. Take a ferry across the Mersey for stunning harbour views, or embark on a Magical Mystery Tour commemorating The Beatles, the city’s most famous sons. View cruise
    • Scenic aerial view from top of mountain on valleys and mountains covered in midnight sun near Narvik in Norway.

      Narvik, Norway.

      From late May until late July, the midnight sun often sets the landscapes aglow with intense hues. One of the best spots to admire its effect on the majestic scenery is to ascend Narvikfjellen by cable car for sublime views over the city and the surrounding fjords. View cruise
    • Panama City city centre skyline and Bay of Panama

      Panama City, Panama.

      Take in the sights of Panama City, from its towering skyscrapers to the historical colonial city. Travel to Old Panama, founded on 15 August, 1519 by Pedro Arias Davila. The old city was destroyed by fire, but beautifully illuminated ruins of the cathedral, the bishop’s house and many other structures survive. View cruise
    • Tromsø city in Tromsoya Island as seen from Mount Storsteinen under the midnight sun

      Tromsø, Norway.

      Tromsø's fortunes were bound to the Arctic as the former headquarters of seal and walrus hunters. It was also the port of departure for Roald Amundsen’s last flight. Modest wooden houses sit alongside the modern architecture of this university city, a charming blend of old and new. View cruise
    • Venice, Italy at dusk

      Venice, Italy.

      Can any city match up to the romance of Venice? As the warm sunset casts its balmy glow over the charming canals it’s hard to imagine it possible. Explore the maze of markets and cafés by gondola before heading to Harry’s Bar to sip its famous Bellini cocktail. View cruise
  • CompleteAir program.

    Cunard CompleteAir program offers all the benefits of a flexible ticket at the price of a restricted ticket, at deeper discounts compared to booking airfare online or directly with the airlines.
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  • Special Event Cruises.

    Tailor-made to bring popular themes to life, our unique event cruises include expert speakers, insightful activities and exclusive events on board, plus related bespoke shore excursions in selected ports of call.
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