Here’s where Cunard will be sailing to in Winter 2025
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Here’s where Cunard will be sailing to in Winter 2025

VALENCIA, CA — Cunard has unveiled its Winter 2025 program featuring over 133 voyages and 159 stops in unique destinations around the world. 

Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria, flagship liner Queen Mary 2 and the brand’s newest vessel Queen Anne will call at 57 countries, with six maiden calls for the fleet in Alaska, Australia, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, and Japan. 

Cunard’s highly anticipated Queen Anne will be the only ship to offer a full World Voyage in 2025. Departing Jan. 9, 2025, this 107-night voyage will sail roundtrip from Southampton, England, visit five continents, stop at more than 30 ports and offer nine overnight calls in places like Honolulu, Sydney, Hong Kong and Dubai.

Cunard has also announces Queen Elizabeth’s 2024 summer program in Alaska where it will sail 10 roundtrip voyages out of Vancouver, ranging from 9 to 11 nights. The ship will visit the immense Hubbard Glacier and Glacier Bay National Park along with calls at Juneau, Icy Strait Point, Ketchikan, and more. It will also make two maiden calls at Misty Fjords and Wrangell.

“We are thrilled that Queen Anne will be taking on the World Voyage in 2025,” said Matt Gleaves, Cunard’s VP, Commercial Development, North America. “With four ships in our fleet, we have the opportunity to spend more time in specific regions around the globe, and guests will be able to explore destinations in great depth, all with the luxury of sailing on Cunard’s new ship.”

Cunard’s 2025 winter program and 2024 Alaska voyages are available to book starting at 9 a.m. EST on March 16, 2023. World Club members can book starting at 9 a.m. EST on March 15, 2023.


  • New York to San Francisco, 17 nights (H505)
    Departing on Jan. 18, 2025, this segment of its Maiden World Voyage will connect two of the country’s most vibrant cities – New York and San Francisco, with plenty of stops along the way to discover warm and welcoming destinations including Aruba, and Guatemala, among others.

  • Singapore to Dubai, 13 nights (H508C)
    On this voyage departing March 25, guests can explore the Ancient City of Sigiriya on the island of Sri Lanka, learn about the Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences in Malaysia, and explore cosmopolitan Dubai.


Queen Mary 2 will divide its time between sailing in the Caribbean and Transatlantic Crossings from January through May 2025, with additional voyages in the Mediterranean. Itineraries range from seven to 35 nights and depart from New York, Southampton, and Rome. The liner will offer four overnight calls at Curacao; Funchal, Madeira; Lisbon; and New York, with three late evening departures in Bridgetown, Barbados; Vigo and Malaga, Spain.

  • Westbound Transatlantic Crossing, 8 nights (M506A)
    Departing from Southampton, England, on March 8, 2025, Cunard’s signature Transatlantic Crossing offers uninterrupted days at sea to unplug and recharge through the waters of the North Atlantic.

Eastern Caribbean, 13 nights (M506C)
Sailing roundtrip from New York on March 16, 2025, Queen Mary 2 will visit the palm-fringed coast of the Caribbean on this itinerary with destinations such as Barbados, St. Lucia or Curacao.


Queen Victoria will offer eight voyages in South America in early 2025, which can be combined for the 85-night South America Discovery from Hamburg that includes sailing around Cape Horn, the southernmost point of Chile’s Tierra del Fuego archipelago. Queen Victoria will offer five overnight calls in Amsterdam, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, and Callao and five late evening departures.

  • Atlantic Coast Adventure, 11 nights (V430)
    Sailing roundtrip out of Southampton on December 5, 2024, this voyage through Spain, Gibraltar, and Portugal allows guests to take in the Roman architecture in La Coruna, treasures of Malaga’s Christmas market and a traditional egg custard tart in Lisbon.

  • Amsterdam, Bruges and Hamburg, 7 nights (V502)
    Queen Victoria will visit some of Europe’s historic cities during this voyage, roundtrip out of Southampton on January 2, 2025. Guests will adore the canal-linked streets of Hamburg, indulge in sweet Belgian waffles in Bruges, and explore the quirky shops of Rotterdam.


Queen Elizabeth will spend June through September 2024 in Alaska with roundtrip voyages out of Vancouver. After a stop in San Francisco, it will offer itineraries in Australia and New Zealand throughout the fall with voyages ranging from two to 38 nights. In February 2025, Queen Elizabeth will sail to Singapore and stay in East Asia through May, with calls at Vietnam, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. Seven overnight port calls are available on Queen Elizabeth including, Hobart, Hong Kong, and Osaka with a whopping 25 late evening departures.

  • Alaska, 11 nights (Q422)
    Roundtrip out of Vancouver on July 11, 2024, guests will take in the breathtaking Glacier Bay, Misty Fjords and Hubbard Glacier, all from the deck of the Queen Elizabeth. Passengers can visit Mendenhall Glacier from Juneau, see Ketchikan’s colorful totem poles, or ride Icy Strait Point’s zipline, rumored to be the longest in the world.

  • San Francisco to Sydney, 25 nights (Q430)
    Swaying palm trees, iconic skylines, and stunning mountains fill this 25-night voyage from San Francisco on Sept. 22, 2024. On departure, guests will enjoy a sail-by of the Golden Gate Bridge, and on arrival in Sydney, the iconic opera house will be in full view. Two overnight calls in this itinerary include Honolulu and Auckland. The voyage will also call in Apia, where the Papapapaitai Falls are not to be missed.


There are two opportunities to sample all four queens in one journey. The experience starts on Queen Victoria in June 2024 with guests sailing the Mediterranean and calling at ports in Croatia, Malta, and Italy. After spending a few days in Rome, they will join Queen Anne to visit Spain and the islands of Sardinia and Majorca before disembarking in Southampton. There, guests will join Queen Mary 2 on a westbound Transatlantic Crossing and fly from New York to Vancouver. Queen Elizabeth will host the final leg of the journey into Alaska. A similar experience can be taken in reverse beginning in Alaska, with an eastbound Crossing, sailing the Norwegian Fjords and then ending in the Mediterranean.

For more information, travel agents can visit or call Cunard at 1-800-528-6273.

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