Luxury cruise line Cunard is offering travelers Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions, available on select 2019 voyages all over the world.
Cunard announced the World of Adventure Sale featuring fares from $999 as well as Free Drinks and Free Gratuities for Grill Suite guests.
Cunard has announced its expanded voyage program for the remainder of 2020, including new voyages to the Norwegian Fjords, Japan, and Australia.
Cunard unveiled its ‘Oceans of Discovery’ voyage program featuring sailings from November 2019 through April 2020. Flagship liner Queen Mary 2 along with Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria will call at 123 destinations in 48 different countries, including 10 maiden calls in Japan, Australia and Papua New Guinea. Whether it is a two-night short break… [Read More]
January heralds the start of a new year, but in the cruise industry, it also kicks off several spectacular World Cruises; massive, multi-month voyages that traverse huge swaths of the globe. With that in mind, it’s time for Avid Cruiser’s look at which lines offer World Cruises 2019-2020: Some of the Lines Offering World Cruises… [Read More]
Cunard has created new programming for 2017 and 2018 for passengers on various itineraries on Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth. FESTIVAL OF FLOWERS (June 8, 2017 | V714): Queen Victoria’s June 8-22, 2017 voyage features shore excursions to the exquisite gardens and flower markets of the Canary Islands including stops in Tenerife and Lanzarote to glimpse into the world of visionary artist César Manrique. Also… [Read More]
Cunard has announced Queen Victoria’s refit will take place in May. The ship will be taken out of service on May 5, 2017 to undergo enhancements costing more than $40 million at the Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo, Italy and scheduled for completion on June 4, 2017. The history and nostalgia of Queen Victoria’s art deco past will… [Read More]
A transatlantic crossing was once a necessity; a mode of transportation for getting from Europe to North America and back again. Now, transatlantic crossings are seen as the ultimate in relaxation: a cruise with few or no ports of call that allows you to unwind and relax from the hectic pace of 21st century living…. [Read More]