Cruises from Southampton in 2019 and 2020.

If you prefer not to fly, that needn't limit your horizons. Cunard offers many opportunities to explore amazing places sailing from and returning to Southampton.

Our top 2019 voyages from Southampton.

With 2 to 16 night voyages, departing from Southampton, you can enjoy a long weekend in Guernsey or explore the Baltics, with no luggage restrictions to hold you back. Perfect for when you need to pack an extra outfit or two, just in case.

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Norway and Northern Lights, 12 nights.

Venturing into Norway's stunning fjords, you first reach art nouveau Alesund. Admire the iceberg-shaped cathedral in Tromso, and northerly Narvik before Stavanger reveals an intriguing Viking legacy.

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Westbound Transatlantic Crossing, 7 nights.

Arrive relaxed and refreshed in the city that never sleeps, with six serene days at sea from Southampton to indulge and enjoy unrivalled sophistication and style.

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Southampton to Cape Town, 17 nights.

Leave Southampton on a leisurely route to South Africa. After charming Lisbon, Tenerife's beaches and Namibia's dunes, anticipate your arrival in Cape Town under the gaze of Table Mountain.

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Canary Islands Celebration, 14 nights.

Set a festive course to sun-kissed Atlantic isles. After Christmas Day at sea, you can explore Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and La Palma before New Year's Eve in Madeira, and return via Lisbon.

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Cruises from Southampton 2020.

Prefer to see the world without the need to fly? With a tantalising array of voyages to a variety of exceptional destinations, why not opt for a Cunard no-fly cruise in 2020.

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Hamburg Short Break, 4 nights.

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Discover South America, 78 nights.

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Hamburg, Amsterdam and Bruges, 7 nights.

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World Voyage, 99 nights.

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Roundtrips from Southampton.

Northern Europe and Scandinavia.

Explore the lands of Tsars and Vikings, fjords and geysers – and even our own fair isles – on an intriguingly diverse selection of cruises around the continent’s northern shores.

Mediterranean.

Discovering the Mediterranean without flying means your holiday relaxation starts closer to home, yet you can still explore far and wide. So many countries surround this sea that your voyage can match your interests wherever you touch shore.

Iberia, Atlantic Coast and The Canaries.

Scattered close to Africa’s north-western shoulder, the Spanish and Portuguese Atlantic Isles invite you to discover their astonishing scenery and pleasant climate.

Caribbean.

The Caribbean islands have captivated those arriving by sea for centuries, and their natural beauty and all-year-round warm climate makes them perfect for seeking out some winter sunshine.

Short breaks.

Sailing with Cunard clears the mind, even if it’s just for a few days. A short escape of two to five nights from Southampton can take you to France, Bruges, Amsterdam, Hamburg and the Netherlands.

Sailing from Southampton.

Ultimate relaxation.

Dedicated car-parking facilities, coach drop-off points and easy access to taxis and public transport, means you can rest assured that everything is sorted before you set sail.

Variety of destinations.

Sailing from Southampton needn't limit your choice - visit popular destinations spanning the world including exotic Caribbean islands, hidden Mediterranean gems, stunning fjords and beyond without having to fly.

Retail therapy.

For those who love to shop there's no need to worry about baggage restrictions. Spend your time browsing boutiques in some of the world's most renowned shopping cities; including Paris, Barcelona and Rome.

Sail from Southampton with our three Queens.

What are Cunard cruises like? Indulge yourself. Explore the magnificent ships in our exquisite fleet, and discover a world of elegant luxuries and untold possibilities.

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Queen Mary 2.

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Queen Victoria.

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Queen Elizabeth.

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