New 2023 Voyages
From cities that need no introduction to natural wonders that defy imagination, in 2023 Cunard invites you to fall in love with the world again on a season of over 150 voyages celebrating iconic destinations loved throughout the globe.
There are opportunities for you to bask in the sunshine of the Mediterranean, the Iberian coast, and the Caribbean. To experience the beauty of Norwegian Fjords, Alaskan glaciers, and Icelandic geysers, or fall for the enduring charms of New England, Canada, and The Baltics.
Whether you're seeking the tropical warmth of sandy beaches, the unparalleled beauty of icy frontiers, or the allure of cities steeped in history, The World Awaits.
On sale for Cunard World Club members 1pm 1 February 2022.
Cunard World Club members will receive a 5% early booking saving when booking a Cunard Fare or Early Saver Fare, valid on bookings made between 1 February 2022 and 1 May 2022 for all voyages sailing between 23 April 2023 and 7 January 2024.
On general sale 1pm 2 February 2022.
Queen Mary 2
A three day stay in Quebec and an Independence Day voyage to Canada and New England are among the highlights of Queen Mary 2’s international itineraries in 2023. Calling at 33 ports in 17 countries, she’ll treat guests to a full day and evening in Boston, with its historic Freedom Trail, and swap American shores for Norway’s fjords where Flaam, Alesund and Bergen bring wooden houses, foaming waterfalls, and mountain vistas.
She’ll also unlock winter sun in the colourful isles of The Caribbean and offer a window into the Western Mediterranean with calls to Civitavecchia (gateway to the eternal city of Rome), Lisbon, and Barcelona.
Icy glaciers at the edge of civilisation, cities steeped in tradition, and golden beaches swathed in sunshine are the cornerstone of Queen Elizabeth’s 2023 voyages. Calling at 41 ports in 15 countries, she’ll embark on coastal explorations of Japan and Alaska, offering glacier cruising alongside calls to Skagway, Sitka and Ketchikan.
The starstudded streets of Los Angeles, Mexico’s Cabo San Lucas and a full transit of the Panama Canal are next, before a 6- week fly-cruise season exploring the Mediterranean, where Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, and Ajaccio (birthplace of Napoleon) are among the captivating ports of call.
The North Cape, Iceland, and the Atlantic Isles (including a 15-night Christmas and New Year voyage) are among the destinations Queen Victoria will visit in 2023, with The Baltics, Iberia and the British Isles also highlights.
Along with the natural phenomenon of the Midnight sun, she’ll offer overnight calls to St Petersburg, Lisbon and Reykjavik, and relaxed days ashore on the picturesque islands of Cephalonia, Santorini and Sardinia.
Voyages to the Canary Islands, Portugal
and Northern Spain are further complemented by scenic cruising in Norway’s fjords, where early morning departures in
Tromso and Narvik offer the possibility of seeing the night sky come alive with the neon glow of the Northern Lights.