The luxury cruise liner has announced 2025 itineraries aboard Queen Anne, Queen Mary 2, and Queen Victoria
Cunard has released 180 new voyages aboard its luxury cruise ships Queen Anne, Queen Mary 2, and Queen Victoria, setting sail in 2025.
Itineraries will encompass 91 destinations in 24 countries, with highlights including maiden calls in Bilbao, Ibiza, Skjolden, Messina, and Santorini for Queen Anne, Cunard’s newest ship that debuts in 2024. In June 2025, she will journey to Scandinavia to sail the myriad fjords of Norway on a seven-night voyage, followed by a 16-night tour of the Med, stopping in France, Spain, and Italy in July.
Ocean liner Queen Mary 2 is set to sail the clear waters of the Caribbean in December 2025, as well as embarking on several extended Transatlantic crossings, including a Christmas and New Year’s trip that includes a stop in the Caribbean.
Queen Victoria will offer a range of 7-, 14-, and 21-night itineraries on the Mediterranean during the 2025 summer season, with a 13-night Atlantic Islands trip that calls at destinations such as Lanzarote, La Palma, and Madeira.
Cunard will soon announce Queen Elizabeth’s itineraries for the 2025 season sailing to remote locations in Alaska.