Our new Queen awaits

Join us in welcoming Queen Anne to the Cunard fleet.

Due to grace the seas in 2024, our 249th ship extends the Cunard Line for future generations. Queen Anne will make up a remarkable quartet alongside Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth.

For over 180 years we’ve set the bar and then raised it, continually refining the definitive experience of ocean travel. From this spirit comes the finest ship of its era. A ship inspired by our past and built for our future. We look forward to welcoming you on board Queen Anne.

On board Queen Anne

Take a look at what you can expect when you step on board Queen Anne for the first time, from stunning staterooms to sparkling restaurants, exciting new venues and well-loved favourites.

Queen Anne's journey

From the early stages of design and cutting the first steel, join us as we discover more about our newest Queen in the lead-up to her 2024 launch.

One Year to Go - Float Out

On 3 May 2023, we started counting down the 365 days we have left until her arrival, as we celebrate one year until she sets sail on her maiden voyage to Lisbon, on 3 May 2024.

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Captain's Log, May 2023

Read about Captain Inger’s ever-increasing excitement, as she watches the development of Queen Anne first-hand.

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Funnel lift

On 14 April 2023 Queen Anne received her crowning glory – the iconic Cunard red and black funnel.

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Captain's Log, March 2023

As the countdown to Queen Anne edges closer, we'll be giving sneak peeks of her progress from the person who knows her best: Captain Inger.

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Keel Laying

Steeped in tradition, the Keel Laying ceremony is designed to bring luck to a ship during her construction, and to her Captain and crew while she is in service.

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Troncone ceremony

On 29 April 2022, Cunard reached a milestone in the building of Queen Anne with the successful launch of the forward lower section of the ship, also known as the troncone.

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Unveiling Queen Anne

Join Carnival UK President Sture Myrmell, to hear what a momentous occasion it is to welcome Queen Anne to the Cunard fleet.

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Behind the name

Discover the history of our newest ship's namesake, Queen Anne, with the help of historian and broadcaster Kate Williams.

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Steel cutting

Fincantieri shipyard in Naples, Italy was the setting for this milestone, where the first steel of our new ship was cut in 2019.

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Queen Anne voyages

Discover what we have planned for Queen Anne's maiden season in 2024, and for her sailings beyond.

Meet the Cunard Queens

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