Cunard Line operates the world famous ocean liners with its fleet of ships ranging from the legendary liners of Queen Mary 2 (QM2), Queen Victoria (QV) and Queen Elizabeth (QE), with each grand in scale, stylish down to the tiniest detail. Cunard’s 180-year legacy conjures up a long tradition of maritime excellence and strong British heritage.
Since being remastered in 2016, Queen Mary 2 is more stunning than ever when she received a significant refit that introduced enhanced interior designs and guest experiences as well as new Britannia Single and Club Balcony staterooms. In 2017, Queen Victoria benefited from a multi-million-pound refit, including an upgraded and increased choice of staterooms, new Britannia Club dining, a broader and more distinct bar offering, a transformed sun deck, and several other luxurious new features. Queen Elizabeth, the second largest Cunarder in history is named by The Queen in 2010. In November 2018, Queen Elizabeth underwent a refurbishment.
Cunard’s new cruise liner, the Queen Anne, will make her first maiden voyage on May 3, 2024 a 7-night roundtrip Southampton. She will become the 249th ship to sail under the Cunard flag. It will be the first time since 1999 that Cunard will have four ships at sea.
Cunard sail to a world of iconic destinations, offering an exceptional selection of inspiring journeys, from two-night short breaks and fortnights in the Mediterranean, to the legendary Transatlantic Crossings and a 99-night World Voyage, and world stunning array of places from Europe and British Isles, Scandinavian, Baltic and Iceland, Atlantic Isles and Canaries the Americas to the Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Panama Canal and Alaska.