Cunard has released additional 2019 voyages today which more American and European sailings from April until December 2019 across the Cunard fleet.
In 2019, Cunard will see the highest visibility of its iconic ships—Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth—on both the east and west coasts of North America in decades, the company said.
“The 2019 deployment has the best selection of cruise experiences we have ever offered,” said Josh Leibowitz, senior vice president, Cunard North America. “We are thrilled to introduce new itineraries tailored to the North American marketplace. Now represents the perfect time to experience Cunard.”
In 2019 Cunard’s flagship, the Queen Mary 2, will make a total of 19 one-way Eastbound and Westbound Transatlantic Crossings, and will make one seven-night Le Havre (Paris) to New York Crossing in September.
From July 14 to July 28, 2019, the Queen Mary 2 will make a Westbound 14-night one-way crossing with multiple ports along the way. The voyage will start in Southampton (London), sail to Liverpool, then on to Reykjavik, Iceland for an overnight stay, then Corner Brook and Halifax in Canada prior to arriving in New York.
An extended Canada deployment for Queen Mary 2 will see five seven-night voyages between summer and fall 2019.
Following Queen Elizabeth’s previously-announced 27-night voyage from Yokohama, Japan to Vancouver, Canada, the ship will sail from San Francisco down the west coast of North America through the Panama Canal to Fort Lauderdale and on to Southampton via New York City, Iceland, Greenock and Dublin, completing a 36-night voyage that will include an overnight call in Los Angeles for July 4.
From May until December 2019, Cunard’s Queen Victoria will sail several European voyages, the company said.