With April on the horizon now is the time that many of the cruise lines unveil their itineraries for next year and beyond, and the Cunard Line is a fine example. They have now announced their 2016-2017 cruises, which includes nine maiden stops, 100 ports in 34 different countries.
There are some really great cruises for Cunard’s 2016 and 2017 seasons, which sees Queen Mary 2 call at two new ports in Canada, these are Gaspé and Saguenay.
Queen Victoria is to stop at Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe and Genoa, Italy, which are also maiden stops for the cruise line.
As for Queen Elizabeth, she will also stop at five new cities, which are Zadar, Crotia, Skagen, Denmark, Stornoway, UK, Villefranche, France and finally, Tangier, Morocco.
There are no specific details on the Cunard website, but Cruise Industry News does have more news on The Queen Mary 2, Victoria and Elizabeth itineraries for 2016 and 2017, which you can read here.