Cunard: Bookings start for summer 2024 | tourism up-to-date

Cunard is releasing the cruises for the travel period April 2024 to January 2025 – including the premiere voyages of the fourth fleet member Queen Anne. Regular customers who belong to the Cunard World Club can secure their stateroom or suite now, the official sale starts on December 7th.

The newbuild Queen Anne will embark on its maiden voyage in May 2024 and visit Germany for the first time in July – as part of a nine-night Baltic Sea voyage from Hamburg to Kiel. A Christmas and New Year’s Eve trip from/to Hamburg to the Atlantic islands is also on the timetable for December.

Queen Anne comes to Germany

The flagship of the British shipping company, however, remains the Queen Mary 2. The ocean liner will continue Cunard’s 182-year tradition of transatlantic voyages and undertake crossings between Hamburg and Southampton and New York. A Norway cruise to and from Hamburg and a 30-night cruise from Southampton to Canada and New England with disembarkation in Hamburg can also be booked.

Queen Victoria will spend most of the summer of 2024 in the Mediterranean. At the end of April she will be traveling from Hamburg to south-western Europe for 13 nights – with her destination Civitavecchia. The Queen Mary 2 and the Queen Victoria also undertake several short trips between Hamburg and Kiel.

The Queen Elizabeth will be deployed again in Alaska, the timetable is to be published in the coming months.

New catalog available

The catalog for 2024 is available now, early bookers save up to 15 percent compared to the catalog price, members of the Cunard World Club receive an additional five percent on the summer departures 2024 or double on-board credit for the winter dates if they book by the end of February 2023. Cunard is reducing the single occupancy surcharge for single travelers booking by the end of February from 75 to 50 percent for selected trips and cabin categories.

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