In September 2017, Cunard announced an agreement with shipbuilder Fincantieri to construct a new generation of ship. When she launches in 2022 the 3,000-passenger vessel will be the first new ship to operate Cunard cruises in 12 years. The as yet unnamed ship will join Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth and mark the first time since 1998 that Cunard cruises will be offered across four ships in simultaneous service.
Cruises from Australia and New Zealand
Cunard cruises with the most famous ocean liners in the world. Experience them for yourself when Cunard cruises to Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2018 and 2019 as part of their elegant ships’ world voyages. For 2019, Cunard have also announced that they will be extending Queen Elizabeth‘s time in Australia, with 59 days of sailing in Tasmania, New Zealand and throughout coastal Australia. But don’t delay, these local Cunard cruises are extremely popular and sell out very quickly!
View and compare all of the latest prices on Cunard cruises from Australia from 2 night sampler cruises through to half world voyages back to Southampton, there is something for everyone.
International and World Cruise
As the Queens are constantly circumnavigating the globe, they give their guests an opportunity to experience a number of regions all the while enjoying the standards of service, luxury and experience of the Cunard brand. From Africa to Asia, Europe and the America’s, Cunard has designed beautiful voyages to exquisite destinations.
Cunard offers an extensive range of voyages throughout Europe, in Northern Europe and the Mediterranean, on board Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Cunard’s flagship, Queen Mary 2 (QM2), the largest ocean liner in the world. There are also a small number of itineraries down the unfrequented west coast of Africa cruises, giving you the opportunity to visit Namibia and the Canary Islands.
Heading across to the America, Cunard offers more iconic transatlantic crossings than any other cruise line, with a huge number of one-way 7 night voyages from New York to Southampton and vice versa or even 14 night roundtrip itineraries. There are also a number of Canada and New England Cunard voyages that depart from both mainland North America (New York or Quebec city) and Hamburg or Southampton in Europe, allowing you to combine a voyage across the Atlantic with the natural beauty of the eastern coastline of America.
Cunard cruises in the Caribbean tend to be longer itineraries stopping at ports including St Maarten, St Lucia and Barbados. Also, not to be missed are Cunard voyages in South America, however limited departure dates means that these once-in-a-lifetime sailings tend to book out quickly, so don’t miss out!
Closer to home, Cunard cruises in Asia have some fantastic itineraries that allow you to depart from an Australian port (Brisbane or Sydney) and cruise one-way into the Orient. Alternatively, embark in Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai or Osaka for a true Asian immersion in Cunard style.
All three Cunard ships offer round the world voyages, which generally depart Southampton in January, returning in March or April. Follow the links for the latest pricing and available sectors currently on offer for each world voyage: Queen Mary 2 – 2018 world cruise, Queen Elizabeth 2018 world cruise, Queen Mary 2 – 2019 world cruise, Queen Victoria 2019 world cruise. Visit our world cruises page or speak to our experts at our dedicated world cruise desk on 1300 857 537.
Best Cruise Deals
Enjoy reduced fares, reduced deposits and complimentary gratuities on Cunard’s Explore Home and Beyond sale. Plus, book by 29 March pay only $10pp deposits on select sailings. View $10pp deposit cruises.
View photos of the Queen Mary 2 cruise ship in Sydney.