Cunard has announced its expanded voyage program for the remainder of 2020, including new voyages to the Norwegian Fjords, Japan and Australia.
Guests will have the opportunity to experience true luxury and relaxation on Cunard's ships – Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria – while travelling around the world.
A mix of classic and new itineraries
Cunard will continue many of its classic voyages, including its signature Transatlantic Crossing between New York and London, while adding new itineraries in Western Europe and Southeast Asia. Whether choosing a three-night short break or a 19-night Grand Voyage, Cunard guests will enjoy a blend of cities and lesser-known destinations.
A 169,000+ nautical mile journey
In total, the Cunard fleet will travel over 169,000 nautical miles with calls at 110 destinations in 34 different countries, with eight maiden calls including Bornholm, Denmark; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Ringaskiddy, Ireland; Jakarta, Indonesia; as well as Kurhiro, Ishigaki and Tokyo, Japan.
Cunard will also offer a selection of two-night calls in major cities including Barcelona, Hong Kong and Québec and late evening departures which allow guests more time in port for deeper exploration in places such as Juneau, Alaska, Aomori, Japan, Malaga, Spain, and Tromsø, Norway.
"The year 2020 represents the most extensive deployment of Cunard ships ever," said Josh Leibowitz, SVP Cunard North America. "In addition to visiting incredible destinations such as Norway, Japan, and Asia, we are excited to offer guests longer time in port to enjoy these iconic destinations. Nearly 90 per cent of all port calls on voyages in Summer 2020 are in port 10 hours or longer."
2020 early booking benefits
Guests who book launch fares by November 30, 2018 will receive exclusive benefits including:
- Free drinks and gratuities in Princess Grill and Queens Grill Suites
- Up to $1,000 Onboard Credit based on cabin category and voyage length
- Upgrades in select Britannia cabin categories
Detailed information about promo code ZED/ZEB and disclaimers about these benefits can be found here.