Most world cruises tend to book up rather quick at Cunard, and so it was with great joy that the Cunard’s World Voyages 2016 were released a little while ago. We thought we would look at these cruises now seeing as though you need to get your booking done quick to avoid disappointment.
Why not set off in style on a World cruise by starting off in Southampton and ending your voyage in the very same port. That means you will have none of the hassle at the airport, and you do not have a one-case limit on your luggage.
The three ships in the fleet will converge in Southampton on January 10th 2016, where they will then set off on their own itineraries. This will be the first time Queen Mary 2 has done a World cruise in eight years. Queen Victoria will head Westbound and Queen Elizabeth will start her East-west voyage.
You can check out the Cunard 2016 world cruise itinerary for each liner on the official website, where you will be met with the lowest price for each of these.
Queen Mary 2 World Voyage lasts for 120 nights and visits 39 ports in 27 countries. Queen Elizabeth World Voyage is for 121 nights and travels to 42 ports in 26 countries. Queen Victoria World Voyage is also for 120 nights and will stop off at 37 ports in 22 countries.