Travel the globe on luxury 2023 cruises.
Featured 2023 cruises.
From palm-fringed beaches to iridescent glaciers, Cunard’s 2023 cruises offer journeys laced with intrigue and wonder. Traverse spice-laden souks, taste freedom in mighty fjords, and find sunshine in the Mediterranean.
The ultimate adventure, from the pioneers of the World Voyage.
2023 marks 100 years since RMS Laconia completed Cunard’s first World Voyage and to celebrate we’re embarking on a season of global adventures inspired by this pioneering feat in ocean travel.
Queen Mary 2.
See rhinos and elephants on a visit to a wildlife reserve from Port Elizabeth, or savor the iconic design of Sydney’s opera house on a visit to New South Wales’ cosmopolitan capital. Stops in Mauritius, Réunion and Airlie Beach, bring salt-white sands, gently swaying palms and spellbinding blue sea.
A full transit of the Panama Canal offers yet another bucket list experience to relish, while stops ashore in Jordan (gateway to Petra), Tonga and the Samoa Islands are sure to ignite the senses and inspire unforgettable memories.
Her New Zealand voyages sail through the islands’ famous Fiordland National Park, where waterfalls spill down glacier-carved gullies, while her Japanese itineraries are rich with UNESCO World Heritage sites to explore. Manila, Chan May (gateway to the historic cities of Hue and De Nang) and Busan, in the Republic of Korea, are further highlights of Queen Elizabeth’s vibrant itineraries.
Welcome to a world of unique experiences with Cunard.
Enjoy leisurely days at sea, festive dining and seasonal entertainment, before stepping ashore to explore your ports of call.
Sail on the Cunard Queens.
Sail with Cunard to discover a selection of extraordinary adventures across the globe, carefully curated to make the very most of your time. It's your world to savor in your own way.
Your choice of three magnificent ships comprises Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and our flagship, Queen Mary 2. Grand in scale and refined down to the smallest detail, each is a world unto herself. A place of discovery and relaxation, and the perfect setting from which to visit your favorite destinations or explore new lands.
Redeem your Future Cruise Credit on a dream voyage in 2023.
100 years of dreams realized.
Where each day brings new possibilities, or the exquisite release of doing nothing at all. Where you’re free to be you, without expectations, and time is whatever you want to make it.
Queen Mary 2 in 2023.
Southampton to Dubai.
Tracing a path through Portugal, Greece, Egypt and Oman, to reach the UAE, spend time in some of the world’s oldest and youngest cities. Safaga is your gateway to Egypt’s ancient city of Thebes, where the tombs of Kings and Queens await exploration, while Salalah’s Al-Baleed Archeological Park expands on the city’s spice trade legacy. Abu Dhabi and Dubai reveal metropolises sprung from the desert and mosques carved from marble.
Dubai to Singapore.
Explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Bahla Fort in Oman, before decamping to Sri Lanka. The adventures continue in Penang, where the City of George Town is among the sights to savor. Phuket brings Buddhist shrines, Chinese temples and curries with galangal and lemongrass, while Port Kelang provides a gateway to Kuala Lumpur’s iconic Petronas Towers and Batu Caves, before Singapore beckons.
Singapore to Sydney.
A chance to visit the historic Vietnamese city of Hue (tours from Chan May), savor coffee with condensed milk, and the ancient Qing Dynasty temples in Manado, on a tour from Bitung in Indonesia. The historic centre of Macau is just one of many UNESCO-listed highlights awaiting discovery in Hong Kong. While national parks, beaches, and the sight of Sydney’s iconic opera house awaits in Australia.
Sydney to Cape Town.
Admire the penguins on Kangaroo Island, wander Melbourne’s laneways, and peek below the waves at Busselton’s underwater observatory. Port Louis brings Tamil temples and bustling markets, while Réunion reveals dramatic forested gorges and beaches. Arriving in South Africa unlocks experiences to savor—from encounters with wild elephants and rhinos, to summiting Table Mountain by cable automobile.
Cape Town to Southampton.
From South Africa, your first stop will be Walvis Bay in Namibia, where dolphins, seals and whales can be seen in the Atlantic swells. Join a boat tour for a closer encounter or travel to Sandwich Harbor where exotic birds line the lagoon. In Tenerife’s capital you’ll find the island’s best beach, Las Teresitas, set against the Anaga Mountains. Relax on its golden sands or the town’s cobbled squares.
Queen Victoria in 2023.
New York to San Francisco.
Guests traveling on this leg of Queen Victoria’s Centenary World Voyage will enjoy an overnight port call in New York—the final port on RMS Laconia’s 1923 World Voyage—before sailing to Sint Maarten, Aruba and Mexico, en route to San Francisco. Tropical palms and white sands beckon you to relax in Oranjestad (Aruba), Santa Cruz (Huatulco) and Cabo San Lucas, before finally arriving in San Francisco.
San Francisco to Sydney.
This voyage balances harbor cities with unspoiled coastlines and tropical islands. Your first stop is Hilo in Hawaii, home to lava rock pools and waterfalls. Honolulu’s white sands offer your next taste of America’s 50th state, before the South Pacific islands beckon. Auckland’s Domain Wintergardens and the Bay of Islands welcome you, before Sydney’s Opera House from deck provides one final iconic moment.
Sydney to Hong Kong.
From iconic architecture to wonders of the natural world, this journey offers a chance to marvel at the feats of man and mother earth. Discover Queensland’s heritage on a visit to Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, or waterfalls and wetlands on an excursion to Kakadu National Park. Explore Manila’s Old Town and finally, in Hong Kong, take the Lantau Island cable car to the Big Buddha statue or walk the streets of Tai O, an ancient fishing village.
Hong Kong to Dubai.
Marvel at the historic Po Ngar temples of Nha Trang in Southern Vietnam, before exploring the Gardens by The Bay in Singapore. Arriving in Langkawi, futuristic skyscrapers are replaced by white sands and rainforest cloaked mountains. The islands are a UNESCO World Geopark and the perfect palate cleanser before exploring the City of Kandy and the desert dunes of modern Dubai.
Dubai to Southampton.
This voyage from the UAE to England offers UNESCO World Heritage sites and bucket list travel experiences. Step inside the tombs of Egyptian Kings and Queens in Thebes, and wind your way through the Al Siq Canyon to the temples of Petra from Aqaba. Arriving in Europe, Naples is your gateway to Pompeii, the city engulfed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 CE, while Lisbon introduces the villas and architecture of Sintra’s palaces.
Queen Elizabeth in 2022 and 2023.
From bustling cities to sacred temples, Japan is a contradiction of old and new—from the iconic glass skyscrapers of Tokyo’s neon-bathed streets on a tour from Yokohama, to the rice paddies and sake breweries of Akita. Savor the exquisite taste of expertly prepared sushi in Fukuoka, and lush green-cloaked mountains and pacific beaches in Kochi, or explore the galleries, gardens and castle of enchanting Kanazawa.
South East Asia.
Drink in the atmosphere of Jakarta’s old town, Kota Tua, or lap up the hypnotic sight of wooden schooners bobbing in the water, from a beach front bar in Bali’s Benoa. In Singapore, explore the sculpted bio domes of the city’s Gardens by the Bay. Manila balances baroque and Spanish architecture with towering skyscrapers, while Chan May in Vietnam unlocks the imperial city of Hue or Da Nang’s white beaches and Buddhist temples.
Australia is a blend of culture, outdoor pursuits, and natural wonders. Be enamored by Melbourne’s growing art scene, the sight of Sydney’s iconic Opera House, or indulge in a glass of local Shiraz. Queen Elizabeth’s Australian voyages also reveal wondrous feats of nature, from the Great Barrier Reef and the beaches of the Whitsunday Islands, to one-of-a-kind tree encounters at Busselton’s Tuart Forest National Park.
Boasting spectacular fjords and cities with a small town feel, New Zealand’s charm and beauty have made the islands a firm favorite among travelers. Its Fiordland National Park delivers breathtaking scenes while its beaches offer some of the world’s most unspoiled coastlines. Discover Dunedin’s Maori heritage, ride Wellington’s iconic red cable car, or be spellbound by the subtropical Bay of Islands.