Cunard has announced 180 new voyages for 2025. The program features sailings between April 2025 and January 2026 and includes a range of itineraries spanning 91 destinations across 24 countries, onboard Queen Mary 2, Queen Anne and Queen Victoria.
Queen Anne will primarily be sailing to the Western Mediterranean, Norwegian Fjords and Western Europe, while Queen Mary 2 will continue its iconic Transatlantic Crossings and Queen Victoria will be based in the Mediterranean. Each Queen’s program boasts at least one inaugural call; however, Queen Anne will make no fewer than 19 inaugural calls, including Bilbao, Ibiza, Skjolden, Messina and Santorini.
In 2025, as the newest addition to the Cunard fleet, the 3,000-guest Queen Anne will be sailing out of Southampton on itineraries varying from two to 19 nights. Highlights include a 12-night voyage taking in the Norwegian Fjords in June to a 16-night Mediterranean sailing around France, Spain and Italy in July.
Queen Mary 2’s 2025 itineraries will include the UNESCO-inscribed architecture of Old Quebec to the medieval streets of Bruges. Guests will discover holidays on both sides of the Atlantic on Cunard’s flagship, whether it’s the white sands and warm shallows of the Caribbean in December or indulging in Cunard signatures during a transatlantic crossing.
Queen Victoria will be based in the Mediterranean across the program from May to October 2025, offering a range of seven-, 14- and 21-night itineraries out of Barcelona, Civitavecchia and Trieste. Highlights of Queen Victoria’s 2025 program include a two-week Istanbul and Greek Islands voyage from Civitavecchia in May.
The collection of voyages for 2025 will be available to book from 8 a.m. (EST) on October 4, 2023, exclusively for Cunard World Club Members, with bookings available to the general public from 8 a.m. on October 5.