On the heels of Cunard’s just-announced Feel Famous campaign, the company is now offering even more savings on select Queen Victoria 2011-2012 Americas voyages during a special 3-Day Sale from 7-9 September.  Included in this limited-time offer is up to $300 On Board Credit per stateroom, Reduced Deposit and up to 2-for-1 Savings on select voyages.

Winding up 2011, Queen Victoria will combine two of Cunard’s most popular destinations – the Mediterranean and the Transatlantic Crossing – with the 16-day Venice to Ft. Lauderdale Adventure, departing 20 November.  The ship begins with an overnight call in scenic Venice, then calls in Greece, Gibraltar and Portugal (overnight in Madeira), before sailing across the Atlantic for rare visits to Bermuda and Charleston, South Carolina.  She will then arrive into Ft. Lauderdale where she will commence her second Americas season.  During the 3-Day Sale, fares for this voyage will start from $995* per person, a savings of nearly $150 compared to current published fares.

Considered by many to be the eighth wonder of the world, the Panama Canal continues to fascinate intrepid travellers from all over the globe.  With Queen Victoria’s classic ocean liner elegance and Cunard’s famed White Star Service, the only way to experience this engineering marvel is aboard a legendary Cunard ship.  During her Americas season, Queen Victoria will sail a variety of Panama Canal itineraries with convenient departures from either Ft. Lauderdale or Los Angeles, commencing 6 December and continuing into late February.  Fares for the Panama Canal voyages will start from $1,195* per person, $99 lower than current published fares.

While sailing to and from the storied islands of Hawaii, Queen Victoria offers guests a wide variety of leisurely pursuits to enjoy during their days crossing the Pacific, including: the art of fencing – the favourite sport of HM Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert; world-class theatrical productions enjoyed from a private viewing box; Cunardia, the only Cunard museum display at sea; glamourous nights of ballroom dancing to a live orchestra in the Queens Room; and cocktails in the Commodore Club.  3-Day Sale fares for Queen Victoria’s Hawaii voyages will start from $1,495* per person, up to $200 off current published fares.  These voyages depart roundtrip from Los Angeles on 21 December 2011(holiday voyage) and 14 February 2012.