Cunard World Cruises
Cunard Cruise Lines is the most famous cruise line in the world. Dating all the way back to the golden era of cruise travel, Cunard still operates the grandest and most breathtaking ships in the world. Sailing to destinations all over the globe, these exceptional vessels still echo the prowess of some of the greatest and most legendary ships of all time.
Cunard offers comfortable and spacious accommodations, an array of decadent dining options featuring gourmet cuisine, countless onboard activities and enrichment programs, as well as a highly trained and dedicated staff that are always there to make sure your every wish becomes a reality. The Cunard World Cruises combine onboard grace with magical ports of call.
If you have been searching for the most extraordinary vacation that exists today, look no further than one of the Cunard World Cruises. Sailing aboard the legendary Queen Elizabeth II, you can experience a the magic of a 102-day voyage to 24 beautiful nations around the globe!
Cunard World Cruises - Itineraries
There is no better way to experience all that Cunard has to offer than with an incredible 102-day world cruise. Cunard World Cruises explore 39 ports of call in 24 nations, and all over the world. The legendary QE II takes you on an astonishing 102-day journey to some of the most awe-inspiring places on earth.
The 2005 Cunard World Cruise, Voyage of Discovery, sets sail from New York on January 3, 2005, visiting destinations all over the world from Mexico, to Hawaii, to Europe, Asia, Australia, and everywhere in between! You may choose to circumnavigate the globe for the entire World Cruise, or explore a particular corner of it by booking a shorter segmented itinerary, ranging anywhere from 14 to 80 days. The Queen Elizabeth II returns to New York harbor on April 22, 2005. This magnificent journey has been celebrated since the very first of the Cunard World Cruises was introduced in 1922.
Cunard World Cruises traditionally occur once per year, typically sailing sometime in the beginning of January, and space for the unique voyages fills up fast. Cunards 2006 World Cruise, which departs January 9, 2006, is already on sale, and sails from New York via the Panama Canal to Los Angeles, across the South Pacific to New Zealand and Australia, through the Far East to India, Arabia and Europe, before crossing the North Atlantic from England, back to New York. For those unable to spend nearly four months at sea, five Liner Voyages, from 37 to 72 days, are offered. Early booking savings of up to 40 percent are available for the full world cruise as well as the five Liner Voyages.
This magical Voyage of the Seven Wonders will visit Fort Lauderdale; Curacao; Fuerte Amador, Panama; Acapulco; Los Angeles; Honolulu; Pago Pago, American Samoa; Lautoka, Fiji; Noumea, New Caledonia; Auckland, Tauranga and Wellington, New Zealand; Sydney, Phillip Island, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle and Exmouth, Australia; Bali; Taiwan; Kobe and Kagoshima, Japan; Shanghai and Hong Kong, China; Bangkok; Singapore; Penang, Malaysia; Phuket, Thailand; Colombo, Sri Lanka; Cochin and Mumbai, India; Dubai; Salalah, Oman; Safaga and Alexandria, Egypt; Aqaba, Jordan; Piraeus, Greece; Civitavecchia, Italy; Valencia, Spain; Lisbon; and Southampton!
Cunard World Cruises: The Legendary Queen Elizabeth II
There could be no better ship to tour the world on the glorious Queen Elizabeth II. Renowned for its award-winning and stimulating on-board enrichment programs, Cunard will once again feature a stellar line-up of lecturers and celebrity guests from journalism, film, literature, music, history, politics and the culinary arts to further enhance the Cunard World Cruise experience. Entertainment is also specially selected for variety, and local talent complements the numerous comedians, singers and musicians who make guest appearances onboard.
For every Cunard World Cruise, cuisine and service on board the Queen Elizabeth II pay homage to the Cunards proud 164-year British tradition. To that end, menus are carefully planned to provide variety throughout the three-month-plus voyage and Cunards White Star Service assures gracious and efficient care while away from home. In fact, the ships five-star Grill accommodations have repeatedly won high praise from numerous well respected sources.
Cunard World Cruises feature all the five-star comforts and conveniences requisite for any extended ocean voyage, including formal dining rooms, a casual alternative venue, several elegant bars and lounges, European-style spa, casino, grand ballroom, cinema, computer centre with Internet and e-mail access, well-stocked library, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, hot tubs, exercise room, and a wide variety of duty-free boutique shops.
Shipboard facilities also include a beauty salon, medical centre, golf driving range and putting green, formal wear shop (rentals available), florist, synagogue and the Heritage Trail, and a permanent museum-quality exhibit that uniquely retraces Cunards history through artworks and other memorabilia. For women traveling singly or with companions that dont dance, a brigade of gallant gentlemen social hosts assures that they will not miss out on the festivities.
There are still spaces available for both the 2013 and 2014 Cunard World Cruises; however, space is filling up extremely fast. Give us a call today to speak with one of our friendly, knowledgeable, and experienced cruise specialists about booking your spot for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.