Cunard has reported that the first day of bookings for new ship Queen Anne has proved its busiest sales day in a decade.
Cunard unveils over 110 international voyages, sailing on its iconic fleet between October 2023 and May 2024, including maiden voyages on new ship Queen Anne.
Cunard announces designs for all accommodations on its newest and 249th ship, Queen Anne, which is scheduled to launch in early 2024, with the importance of North America a key strategy.
Luxury cruise brand Cunard announces Matt Gleaves as VP, Commercial - North America and Australasia, to lead the company’s growth across the region as capacity increases across the fleet by more than 40%.
Cunard has unveiled the first captain for the upcoming Queen Anne, Inger Klein Thorhauge. She will lead the team responsible for on board operations and take charge for the maiden season.
Cunard has named its latest ship Queen Anne. The vessel will be the 249th to join the fleet and will make up a remarkable quartet of Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
Cunard has seen its busiest period of trading in more than a decade as the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic continues apace. Demand was driven for trips in summer 2023.
Cunard has announced the appointment of new director of UK sales, Tom Mahoney. Currently director of strategic planning with the line, he will take on his new role on January 31st.
Cunard will be taking Shakespeare to the high seas in 2022, as it joins forces in a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company to bring world-class theatre to its transatlantic stage.
She will be spending time in the unparalleled beauty of Norway’s fjords; island hopping in Spain and Portugal; cruising through the Mediterranean; and finally transiting the Panama Canal onwards to Alaska.
The final touches are being made to Cunard ship Queen Elizabeth as the cruise line prepares to return to sailing. The UK-based line has been out of the water for 17-months.