4 nights Cornwall, 19 July 2021.
This scenic 4-night cruise takes you down to the coast of Cornwall, where Land’s End, Lundy Island and the UNESCO listed Jurassic Coast are yours to savour from Queen Elizabeth’s expansive decks.
Experience the UK coastline from a unique perspective with a scenic voyage on board a Cunard Queen. Encounter coastal wildlife, rugged cliffsides and medieval castles on a British Isles cruise, departing Southampton in 2022.
You don't need to step foot on shore to experience ethereal beauty in the Scottish Isles, or see the awe-inspiring and ancient cliffs of the Jurassic coast. Discover some of the highlights you can experience on a scenic cruise around the UK.
A true icon of the seas, Queen Elizabeth will enchant you with her timeless style. Her expansive decks offer a tranquil space to relax and admire the scenery as you voyage. Savour a cocktail in her Glass Domed Garden Lounge or recline on a sun lounger at her Pavilion Pool & Bar.
With some of the most spacious accommodations at sea, you're sure to find comfort whether you stay in a Cunard Penthouse, a Grand Suite or an ocean-facing stateroom. Along with complimentary toiletries, robes and slippers, you’ll receive a turn-down service every day of your voyage.
A cruise on board Queen Victoria brings you a unique atmosphere and warmth, encouraging a sense of escapism and setting her apart as a much-loved favourite among our guests. Enjoy her expanded sun deck, additional dining options and unique venues such as the Chart Room and Winter Garden.
Fine dining is a Cunard signature, and guests on Queen Victoria have their pick of delicious dishes while at sea, from allocated stateroom restaurants to ambient alternatives. Our complimentary round-the-clock room service is the icing on the cake, ensuring that hunger never strikes.
Your nights can be just as eventful as your days on Queen Victoria. Visit the Royal Court Theatre for drama and dance, or enjoy live music and drinks in the Chart Room. Cunard's famous Gala Evenings elevate an evening even further - there is at least one of these on every voyage.