Queen Anne's World Cruise 2025

108 nights sailing from Southampton on cruise ship Queen Anne

Itinerary: Sailing from Southampton, visiting New York, New York, Oranjestad (Aruba), Panama Canal, Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala), Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), San Francisco, San Francisco, Honolulu (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii),
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108 nights sailing from Southampton on cruise ship Queen Anne

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Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Southampton
Day 2-3-4-5-6-7-8 at sea
Day 9 New York
Day 10 New York
Day 11-12-13-14 at sea
Day 15 Oranjestad (Aruba)
Day 16 at sea
Day 17 Panama Canal
Day 18-19 at sea
Day 20 Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala)
Day 21-22 at sea
Day 23 Cabo San Lucas (Mexico)
Day 24-25 at sea
Day 26 San Francisco
Day 27 San Francisco
Day 28-29-30-31 at sea
Day 32 Honolulu (Hawaii)
Day 33 Honolulu (Hawaii)
Day 34-35-36-37-38-39 at sea
Day 40 Apia (Westsamoa)
Day 41 at sea
Day 42 Nuku Alofa (Tonga)
Day 43-44 at sea
Day 45 Auckland (New Zealand)
Day 46 Auckland (New Zealand)
Day 47 Tauranga (New Zealand)
Day 48 Waitangi (New Zealand)
Day 49-50 at sea
Day 51 Sydney (Australia)
Day 52 Sydney (Australia)
Day 53 at sea
Day 54 Brisbane (Australia)
Day 55 at sea
Day 56 Airlie Beach (Australia)
Day 57 at sea
Day 58 Yorkeys Knob (Queensland)
Day 59-60-61 at sea
Day 62 Darwin (Australia)
Day 63-64-65-66 at sea
Day 67 Manila (Philippines)
Day 68 at sea
Day 69 Hong Kong
Day 70 Hong Kong
Day 71-72 at sea
Day 73 Ho Chi Minh City (Vietman)
Day 74 at sea
Day 75 Singapore
Day 76 Singapore
Day 77 Port Klang (Malaysia)
Day 78 Penang (Malaysia)
Day 79-80-81-82-83-84 at sea
Day 85 Port Louis (Mauritius)
Day 86-87-88 at sea
Day 89 Durban (South Africa)
Day 90-91 at sea
Day 92 Cape Town (South Africa)
Day 93 Cape Town (South Africa)
Day 94 at sea
Day 95 Walvis Bay (Namibia)
Day 96-97-98-99-100-101 at sea
Day 102 Dakar (Senegal)
Day 103-104 at sea
Day 105 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Day 106-107-108 at sea
Day 109 Southampton
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Queen Anne's World Cruise 2025

108 nights Cruise on Queen Anne. Sailing from Southampton, visiting New York, New York, Oranjestad (Aruba), Panama Canal, Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala), Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), San Francisco, San Francisco, Honolulu (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii), Apia (Westsamoa), Nuku Alofa (Tonga), Auckland (New Zealand), Auckland (New Zealand), Tauranga (New Zealand), Waitangi (New Zealand), Sydney (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Brisbane (Australia), Airlie Beach (Australia), Yorkeys Knob (Queensland), Darwin (Australia), Manila (Philippines), Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City (Vietman), Singapore, Singapore, Port Klang (Malaysia) , Penang (Malaysia), Port Louis (Mauritius), Durban (South Africa), Cape Town (South Africa), Cape Town (South Africa), Walvis Bay (Namibia), Dakar (Senegal), Santa Cruz de Tenerife, ending in Southampton.

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Southampton

Southampton offers a perfect port for the best cruise ships that sail from the UK due to its size, design and great organization. It's also an ideal port for all those ships visiting the UK. Southampton offers various parking options around the area if needed and also a wide range of hotels if you need a pre-cruise stay before sailing. See our amazing cruise deals sailing from Southampton. Please contact us if you need information about Southampton's cruise terminals.

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New York

Everyone loves New York and there are a million reasons why. Here are but a few: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, the Ellis Island National Monument, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Times Square, Broadway, Greenwich Village, 5th Avenue and Central Park. 

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New York

Everyone loves New York and there are a million reasons why. Here are but a few: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, the Ellis Island National Monument, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Times Square, Broadway, Greenwich Village, 5th Avenue and Central Park. 

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Oranjestad (Aruba)

The flourishing capital of Aruba, dream of any shopper, although it is not a port free of taxes, they charge the minimum. The habits of Aruba have been influenced to a mayor grade than any of the other near islands, for those from south america, for as the life in America is distinctly latin.

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Panama Canal

The interest of establishing a short route from the Atlantic to the Pacific seas started with the explorers of central america at the beginning od the XVI century. The conqueror of Mexico, Hernan Cortes, suggested the construction of a canal through the isthmus of Tehuantepec. During the years they made a few attempts and projects, but all were neglected or forgotten. Fernando de Lesseps, constructor of the Suez Canal started building it but for economical and political reasons the project failed. Finally the United States took over the company in charge. The construction of the Panama Canal was one of the biggest engineering projects of all times. It was calculated that it would be completed in ten years; although in the summer of 1914 before provisions, it started to work. The construction involved not only the excavation of approximately 143 million m3 of earth, but also the entire sanitation of the canal zone (that was infested of mosquitos that spreaded malaria and yellow fever). The sanitation was done by the medical department of the United States Army, which nearly completely eradicated the diseases. The final cost of the canal was 336 million dolars. Panama has the control of the canal and complete sovereignty of the calle Canal Zone, since the 31st of december 1999.

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Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala)

Puerto Quetzal is Guatemalas largest Pacific Ocean port. It is located in Escuintla department, alongside the city of Puerto San José.The area around Puerto Quetzal is supposed to have some of the nicest beaches in all of Guatemala. About three miles west is Balneario Chulamar, and three miles to the east is Balneario Likín, a popular Guatemalan resort town. Bird watching and surfing are also popular pastimes in and around Puerto Quetzal. ´There are various tours available that take passengers to La Antigua, Auto Safari Chapin zoo, La Reunion world class golf resort, and other various tour packages are offered specially created for cruise passengers. At the port there is a market selling lots of crafts and souvenir items for those who choose not to take any tours inland. There is also several bars, hammocks to relax in, a restaurant, and performances from Marimba bands. The nearest town, San Jose, is about a mile away. Cruise lines list this as the port for La Antigua Guatemala, which is approximately 90 minutes away by bus.

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Cabo San Lucas (Mexico)

Cabo San Lucas is a modern city with natural tourist attractions and interesting nightlife. It is located in the southern tip of the peninsula of Baja California Sur and bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean. the climate is warm. On the coast strong currents cause the erosion of rocks form rocky arches and cliffs that are the principal touristic attraction. From those formations stands out The Arch and Finistere, where the Pacific finds the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez. The region has a shelter for several species of marine life near a deep canyon that opens off the coast. You can also find here a port dedicated to coastal fisheries. Industrial development because this activity was boosted by the establishment of a packing of seafood. San Lucas has become in the favourite touristic spot due to it's extensive beaches and it's beautiful coastline. Fishermen recognize it as an exceptional place because the capture unique specimens can be captured. From the golf courses near the sea, at the same time as you can practice that sport, you will se the migration of the whales that on their journey pass very near the coast. The visitor will also have the possibility of staying in first class hotels, of visiting the elegant shops and various restaurants and night clubs like the famous Hard Rock Cafe and Planet Hollywood.

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San Francisco

San Francisco is a major and bustling cosmopolitan city in California, surrounded by water on three sides, and the centerpiece of the Bay Area, well-known for its liberal community, hilly terrain, Victorian architecture, scenic beauty, summer fog, and great ethnic and cultural diversity. There is much to see: the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz island (once the most notorious prison in the world), Pier 39 on Fisherman´s Wharf, a lively bay area with shops, arcades, restaurants, cafés, fairground rides, ocean views and its own colony of sea lions, Lombard Street and the famous San Francisco cable cars, that run up and down the hills of San Francisco between Market Street and Fisherman´s Wharf, providing cheap and easy access to the whole of San Francisco. The Port is located in downtown San Francisco and offers many tourist attractions, including Hyde Street Pier, Fisherman´s Wharf, PIER 39 and access to Alcatraz.

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San Francisco

San Francisco is a major and bustling cosmopolitan city in California, surrounded by water on three sides, and the centerpiece of the Bay Area, well-known for its liberal community, hilly terrain, Victorian architecture, scenic beauty, summer fog, and great ethnic and cultural diversity. There is much to see: the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz island (once the most notorious prison in the world), Pier 39 on Fisherman´s Wharf, a lively bay area with shops, arcades, restaurants, cafés, fairground rides, ocean views and its own colony of sea lions, Lombard Street and the famous San Francisco cable cars, that run up and down the hills of San Francisco between Market Street and Fisherman´s Wharf, providing cheap and easy access to the whole of San Francisco. The Port is located in downtown San Francisco and offers many tourist attractions, including Hyde Street Pier, Fisherman´s Wharf, PIER 39 and access to Alcatraz.

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Honolulu (Hawaii)

The isle of Hawaii is named Grnad Island, and we explain why. It is more than double the size than all the rest of Hawaiian isles together, and is completely full of luxuriant nature, from the rugged volcanoes to the cascades and the rainy forrests. It is the home of smokey volcano craters and rivers of dry lava in the National Park of the Volcanoes.

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Honolulu (Hawaii)

The isle of Hawaii is named Grnad Island, and we explain why. It is more than double the size than all the rest of Hawaiian isles together, and is completely full of luxuriant nature, from the rugged volcanoes to the cascades and the rainy forrests. It is the home of smokey volcano craters and rivers of dry lava in the National Park of the Volcanoes.

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Apia (Westsamoa)

Samoa is located south of the equator, about halfway between Hawai‘i and New Zealand in the Polynesian region of the Pacific Ocean. The Samoan islands have been produced by vulcanism, the source of which is the Samoa hotspot which is probably the result of a mantle plume. The fa'a Samoa, or traditional Samoan way, remains a strong force in Samoan life and politics. Despite centuries of European influence, Samoa maintains its historical customs, social and political systems, and language. Cultural customs such as the Samoa 'ava ceremony are significant and solemn rituals at important occasions including the bestowal of matai chiefly titles. Items of great cultural value include the finely woven 'ie toga. The Samoan word for dance is siva with unique gentle movements of the body in time to music and which tells a story, although the Samoan male dances can be more physical and snapp. The form and construction of traditional architecture of Samoa was a specialised skill by Tufuga fai fale that was also linked to other cultural artforms.

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Nuku Alofa (Tonga)

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Auckland (New Zealand)

Auckland is a major cruise ship stopover point, with the ships usually tying up at Princes Wharf. Auckland CBD is connected to coastal suburbs, to the North Shore and to outlying islands by ferry. Auckland is home to many cultures. The majority of inhabitants claim European - predominantly British and/or Irish - descent, but substantial Maori, Pacific Islander and Asian communities exist as well. Auckland has the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world and a higher proportion of people of Asian origin than the rest of New Zealand. Ethnic groups from all corners of the world have a presence in Auckland, making it by far the country's most cosmopolitan city.

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Auckland (New Zealand)

Auckland is a major cruise ship stopover point, with the ships usually tying up at Princes Wharf. Auckland CBD is connected to coastal suburbs, to the North Shore and to outlying islands by ferry. Auckland is home to many cultures. The majority of inhabitants claim European - predominantly British and/or Irish - descent, but substantial Maori, Pacific Islander and Asian communities exist as well. Auckland has the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world and a higher proportion of people of Asian origin than the rest of New Zealand. Ethnic groups from all corners of the world have a presence in Auckland, making it by far the country's most cosmopolitan city.

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Tauranga (New Zealand)

Tauranga is the largest city in the region of Bay of Plenty, on the east coast of the Northern island of New Zealand. We can find Mount Manganui, named after an extinct volcano. Famous for the beaches and mostly for its mountain.

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Waitangi (New Zealand)

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Sydney (Australia)

Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and one of the world´s most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet. The city is surrounded by nature and national parks, which extend through the suburbs and right to the shores of the harbour.

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Sydney (Australia)

Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and one of the world´s most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet. The city is surrounded by nature and national parks, which extend through the suburbs and right to the shores of the harbour.

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Brisbane (Australia)

Brisbane is the third most important cities in Australia. There are multiple points of interest for the visitors. One of them is located at the north of the city, Fraser Island which is the biggest sand island in the world and has rainforest and lagoons. The access is by ferry. The island is inhabited by dingoes or wild dogs.

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Airlie Beach (Australia)

Airlie Beach is a town in the Whitsunday Region of Queensland, Australia. Airlie Beach is one of many departure points for the Great Barrier Reef. Near latitude 20 degrees south, Airlie Beach, Proserpine and the nearby Whitsunday Islands enjoy a tropical climate and lifestyle. The Whitsunday Islands, named by James Cook in 1770 are a sailors paradise. Each year the residents of Airlie Beach celebrate The Blessing of the Fleet on Whit Sunday or Pentecost Sunday. Airlie Beach is a tourist destination, extremely popular with backpackers. Its beach is small and the sea is inhabited by marine stingers, the box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) from November to May. In order to provide somewhere for the visitors tourists to swim, the local council, has built a small – medium sized swimming lagoon on the foreshore, similar to the lagoon found in Cairns. The Great Barrier Reef is easily accessible from Airlie Beach, with an array of different types of tours available. A survey conducted by Ray Green in 2000, found Airlie Beach was often described by local residents and tourists as commercial and touristy, relaxed, beautiful and friendly while maintaining a natural environment with tropical vegetation, views of the sea, islands and surrounding hillsides.

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Yorkeys Knob (Queensland)

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Darwin (Australia)

Darwin is the most populated city in the northern territory of Australia. Over the time Darwin has grown from a pioneering enclave and small port into one of Australia´s most modern and multicultural cities. The proximity with Asia make the city an important gate from countries like Indonesia and East Timor. The city has many miles of amplitude, inmaculate beaches, including the Casuarina Beach, where you can find the markets of Mandil beach. Darwin has extense parks and gardens. Between them the Botanical gardens of George Brown Darwin. Also there are different types of fauna, like marine crocodiles.

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Manila (Philippines)

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is frequently described as a place where "East meetsWest", reflecting the culture's mix of the territory's Chinese roots with influences from its time as a British colony. Hong Kong balances a modernised way of life with traditional Chinese practices. The fusion of east and west also characterises Hong Kong's cuisine, where dim sum, hot pot, and fast food restaurants coexist with haute cuisine. Hong Kong is a recognised global centre of trade, and calls itself an "entertainment hub".Hong Kong government supports cultural institutions such as the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. The government's Leisure and Cultural Services Department subsidises and sponsors international performers brought to Hong Kong. Many international cultural activities are organised by the government, consulates, and privately.

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is frequently described as a place where "East meetsWest", reflecting the culture's mix of the territory's Chinese roots with influences from its time as a British colony. Hong Kong balances a modernised way of life with traditional Chinese practices. The fusion of east and west also characterises Hong Kong's cuisine, where dim sum, hot pot, and fast food restaurants coexist with haute cuisine. Hong Kong is a recognised global centre of trade, and calls itself an "entertainment hub".Hong Kong government supports cultural institutions such as the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. The government's Leisure and Cultural Services Department subsidises and sponsors international performers brought to Hong Kong. Many international cultural activities are organised by the government, consulates, and privately.

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Ho Chi Minh City (Vietman)

The city of Ho Chi Minh is the heart and soul of Vietnam. Like an industrial center, dynamic and fervent, it is the biggest metropolis, the economical capital and the cultural hub. The streets are great part of the urban life, they host a large amount of shops, road stalls and street merchants that expose their goods in the streets. between the most important monuments we can find Giac Lam Pagoda, the neoromanic cathedral of Notre Dame, the Reunification palace, the Cholon market and the old United States. the center of Saigon is a perfect place to go on sundays and the festive nights. The streets are full of young people, that cross the city on a bike or motorbike. The area of the municipal theatre is the point of reunion of the modern youngsters.

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Singapore

Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence it has become one of the world´s most prosperous countries and boasts the world´s busiest port. Combining the skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant night-life scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover. Singapore prides itself on being a multi-racial country, and has a diverse culture despite its small size.

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Singapore

Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence it has become one of the world´s most prosperous countries and boasts the world´s busiest port. Combining the skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant night-life scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover. Singapore prides itself on being a multi-racial country, and has a diverse culture despite its small size.

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Port Klang (Malaysia)

Port Klang  is a town and the main gateway by sea into Malaysia. It also serves as the port for the Klang Valley, Malaysia's most developed region where the capital Kuala Lumpur is located. Kuala Lumpur, a capital city with a diverse architectural heritage. Don’t miss its highly colorful central market! Being the national capital of Malaysia as well as its largest city, it is also known as the Klang Valley and is an urban agglomeration of 7.25 million people as of 2017 and it's among the fastest growing metropolitan regions in South-East Asia, in both population and economic development. Kuala Lumpur is the cultural, financial and economic centre of Malaysia with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation listings. Kuala Lumpur has a year-round tropical rainforest climate which is warm and sunny

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Penang (Malaysia)

Penang is an island on the northeast coast of the peninsula of Malaysia. The beaches in Penang are amazing. The rich multicultural history of the island is full of Malaca, China, India and european influences. Penang is also known for being the food paradise of Malaysia.

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Port Louis (Mauritius)

Capital and principal port of mauritius, Port Louis was founded by the french governor Francois Mahe de La Bourdonnais in 1735. The land extends up to the foot of the mountains that protect the city forming arround it a circumference. The city, nowadays city centre of the financial activities, is very attractive and the historical monuments are the proove of the past. The city of the artists has to be discovered.

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Durban (South Africa)

Durban is a city in South Africa, in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, offshore from the Indian Ocean. It is the third biggest city of the country, after Johannesburg and Cape Town. The city has important touristic resorts, many of them with an Artedeco style as a principal claim, as it is the artistic movement of Durban. The hotels have their own private beaches, where tourists enjoy of all type of water sports, but specially surf, due to the big waves in the region. The maritim activity is completed with the Ushaka marine, the aquarium in Durban and one of the biggest in the world. Other of the great attractions is the great offer in natural parks. One of them Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, located two hours away from Durban on the way to Swaziland and Mozambique, is one of the main parks to visit, and it includes a estuary with hippopotamus.

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Cape Town (South Africa)

Cape Town is the second-most populated city in South Africa after Johannesburg. The city has several well-known natural features that attract tourists, most notably Table Mountain,which forms a large part of the Table Mountain National Park and is the back end of the City Bowl. Cape Point is recognised as the dramatic headland at the end of the Cape Peninsula.Many tourists also drive along Chapman's Peak Drive, a narrow road that links Noordhoek with Hout Bay, for the views of the Atlantic Ocean and nearby mountains. The city has several notable cultural attractions. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, built on top of part of the docks of the Port.

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Cape Town (South Africa)

Cape Town is the second-most populated city in South Africa after Johannesburg. The city has several well-known natural features that attract tourists, most notably Table Mountain,which forms a large part of the Table Mountain National Park and is the back end of the City Bowl. Cape Point is recognised as the dramatic headland at the end of the Cape Peninsula.Many tourists also drive along Chapman's Peak Drive, a narrow road that links Noordhoek with Hout Bay, for the views of the Atlantic Ocean and nearby mountains. The city has several notable cultural attractions. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, built on top of part of the docks of the Port.

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Walvis Bay (Namibia)

Walvis Bay meaning "Whale Bay" is a city in Namibia and the name of the bay on which it lies The bay has been a haven for sea vessels because of its natural deepwater harbour, protected by the Pelican Point sand spit, being the only natural harbour of any size along the country's coast. Being rich in plankton and marine life, these waters also drew large numbers of whales, attracting whalers and fishing vessels. The harbour's value in relation to the sea route around the Cape of Good Hope. The town is situated just north of the Tropic of Capricorn in the Kuiseb River delta and lies at the end of the TransNamib Railway to Windhoek, and on the B2 road. Walvis Bay, with its large bay and sand dunes, is the tourism activity centre of Namibia. Other attractions include the artificial Bird Island, centre of a guano collection industry, the Dune 7 sand dune, salt works, birdlife and a museum. Kuisebmund Stadium, home to two clubs in the Namibia Premier League, is also located in the city and the beach resort of Langstrand lies just a few kilometres north. The Walvis Bay Export Processing Zone is an important facet of the local

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Dakar (Senegal)

Dakar, the capital of Senegal. It is a modern city with beautiful contemporary buildings and house of historical colonial style. Dakar, the capital of Senegal. It is a modern city with beautiful contemporary buildings mixed with houses of historical colonial style. A vibrating city with active ourdoor markets, cafe terraces, a wide range of hotels to choose from, delicious food and a great night life. You can walk through Dakar, along the ocean or the busy city streets. You will find many art galleries for visiting, studios, museums and festivals. You can also shop in Dakar, a paradise full of shops and exquisite crafts can be found in markets, on the streets, and in stores all over the city. There is also an interesting boat ride to Gorée Island, a former slaving station

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Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife port of fishing, commercial, passenger and sports in the Santa Cruz de Tenerife, located in the Atlantic Ocean. Next to this port is the famous building of the Auditorio de Tenerife. It has a significant relevance in two categories: Cruise Passengers and in Fresh Fish caught. Due to the importance of interinsular maritime transport, it also holds a dominant position in Passenger Transport. Some of the world's largest ocean liners have stopped in the Port. The proximity of two international airports backs up its position as base for cruises.

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Southampton

Southampton offers a perfect port for the best cruise ships that sail from the UK due to its size, design and great organization. It's also an ideal port for all those ships visiting the UK. Southampton offers various parking options around the area if needed and also a wide range of hotels if you need a pre-cruise stay before sailing. See our amazing cruise deals sailing from Southampton. Please contact us if you need information about Southampton's cruise terminals.

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The ship: Queen Anne

Queen Anne
 Britannia Restaurant
Club Britannia Restaurant

Cunard's 249th ship extends Cunard for future generations. Queen Anne makes up a remarkable quartet alongside Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth.  

Queen Anne will embark on a collection of sailings to enticing locations in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Northern Europe. Guests will be a part of the celebration as she is greeted in ports for the first time all over the world and watch as the ship’s Captain and local Harbour Master take part in the traditional plaque exchange ceremony. The newly designed much-loved signature spaces from across the fleet return, and she also introduces new experiences across dining, culture, and entertainment. Guests will feel inspired by the blend of old and new. Together with a team of world-renowned designers, Cunard has created a ship designed with distinction and reimagined the voyage experience.

Inaugurated 2023
Beam 35,6 m.
Length 322 m.
Tonnage 113000 tn.
Occupancy 3000
Crew 1225
Ratio passenger / crew Premium 2:1
Ratio tonnage/passengers Very good 38:1
Number of decks 14
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What's included onboard?

Port and handling fees and UK/US taxes

Accommodation, on board meals and entertainment (please note exceptions: charges are payable in the Todd English Restaurant on Queen Mary 2 and The Verandah Restaurant on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria and in the speciality dining options offered in Kings Court on Queen Mary 2 and the Lido Restaurants on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria)

International fligths where indicated

Drinks: tea, coffee, water and fruit juice are available 24 hours a day in the self service restaurants (the Lido on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria and Kings Court on Queen Mary 2).

Group transfers between airport and the ship at the international port of embarkation or disembarkation when your international flights is purchased through Cunard (excluding Transatlantic Crossings to or from New York. However, if passengers arrive into or depart New York by flight from or to the UK on the day of embarkation or disembarkation, transfers will be available)

What's not included?

Travel insurance

Speciality teas and coffee at all bars

Hotel and dining charges will be charged to y our on board account (except Full World Cruise passengers sailing for 112 nights on Queen Elizabeth, 103 nights Queen Victoria and 113 nights on Queen Mary 2 or any of the Two Shnips, One World Cruise options)

Incidental expenses (including but not limited to: laundry charges, bar expenses, spa and salon treatments, shore excursions and add-on hotel programmes)

Day and evening entertainment in the casino

Your benefits & more

  • Up to £500 OFF!
    Up to £500 OFF!

    Extra discounts Offer ends 31 May 2024. Discounts are applicable on selected sailings from May 2024 to March 2025. Discounts of up to £500 are applicable as follows: Cruises from £1,000 to £1,499 get £25 off. Cruises from £,1500 to £2,999 get £50 off. Cruises from £3,000 to £5,000 get £100 off. Cruises from £5,001 to £10,000 get £150 off. Cruises from £10,001 to £20,000 get £350 off. Cruises from £20,001 onwards get £500 off. For Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line and Celebrity Cruises, the Discount offer is applied to the cruise fare only (excluding port taxes and other extras). Some special highly reduced fares may be excluded from this offer. Some cruise lines are also excluded from this offer such as Fred Olsen or Virgin Voyages.

  • Free Credit with Cunard Fares!

    Onboard Spending money if included will be indicated with the final Cruise price, on your quote or booking. Does not apply to Saver or Early Saver fares. To receive on board spending money benefit guests must book Cunard Fare and select on board spending money as the benefit at the time of booking

    Book an applicable Cunard Fare holiday and receive on-board spending money to spend during your cruise holiday in the on-board shops, bars, photo gallery, and on restaurants, spa and shore excursions booked on board. Applicable to Cunard fares and cruises. Offer is not applicable to Early Saver or other promotional prices and cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative.

  • Champagne Breakfast!

    If you make a new booking on a 2025 voyage of seven nights or more on any of Cunard´s Queens between 23 May and 6 June 2024, you will enjoy a Champagne Breakfast, on Cunad. Whether fluffy, Buttermilk Pancakes sound like the ultimate treat, or rich and creamy poached Lobster Benedict is more their style, there’s nothing quite like a Cunard Champagne Breakfast. Served alongside perfectly chilled Laurent-Perrier, guests can sit back, take their time, and start the day at their own pace.

  • Parking Option

    You have the option of booking a Fare with car parking for one car included in Southampton. Your booking includes complimentary car parking in Southampton (subject to availability). You can secure your place from 72 hours after booking your voyage by visiting www.cruiseparking.co.uk or contacting Cruise & Passenger Services on 0345 071 3939. Bookings must be made a minimum of 35 days prior to your voyage departure date. As availability cannot be guaranteed, we advise that you book early to secure your car parking.

  • Coach transfers Option

    You have the option of Booking a Cruise fare that includes complimentary return coach transfers from selected UK departure points to and from our Southampton cruise terminal. If your booking includes transfers, in order to book your seats please contact Intercruises by calling +44 131 226 8511. Bookings can be made 72 hours after making your voyage booking, and must be made a minimum of 35 days prior to your departure date. All seats and departure points are subject to availability and applies to all passengers within a cabin.

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