Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria will see all sailings cancelled up to and including November 1st, while the Queen Elizabeth will see departures scrapped before November 23rd.
P&O Cruises and Cunard are extending a pause in operations up to the end of July as a result of the continued impact of Covid-19. Cunard will also cancel the entire Alaska sailing season for its ship Queen Elizabeth.
Cunard and P&O Cruises have extended the suspension of all voyages as the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow around the world. Both Carnival Corporation-owned lines will not set sail again until at least May 15th.
As a result of the continued impact of Covid-19, Carnival Corporation-owned Cunard and P&O Cruises will be suspending new cruises on its ships until April 11th.
Luxury Cruise Line Cunard has announced a world-class line-up for their first-ever Festival of Food & Wine on board Queen Mary 2. The seven-night Transatlantic crossing will bring together leading authorities in the food and wine industry, including legendary chef Michel Roux Jr.
Cunard and Fincantieri have celebrated the start of construction on the 249th ship of the luxury cruise line, marking an exciting moment in the company’s 179-year history.
The advert, which has been created by Cunard’s retained agency Alpha Century, draws from the emotions evoked from travelling on the world’s only ocean liner Queen Mary 2, on an iconic transatlantic crossing with Cunard.
The Queen Elizabeth has kicked off Cunard’s return to Alaska after arriving in its west coast homeport of Vancouver, Canada. The ship will sail four ten-night round-trip voyages out of Vancouver in 2019, and ten more in 2020.
In response to requests from travel agents, luxury cruise line Cunard has announced a Liverpool departure for later in the year. The Queen Mary 2 will depart on a 14-night Northern Atlantic Westbound Crossing, which includes Iceland, Canada and New York.
Simon Rawlings (David Collins Studio), Terry McGillicuddy (Richmond International) and Sybille de Margerie (Sybille de Margerie Paris) are already working with the ship’s creative director, Adam Tihany
P&O Cruises has confirmed vice president of marketing, Christopher Edgington, will be leaving the Carnival-owned company. At the same time, Cunard vice president of UK sales and international development, David Rousham, will also depart.