Cunard has announced their new 2019/2020 programme with an exciting new list of destinations and maiden voyages on the menu.
Their “Oceans of Discovery” programme will travel from November 2019 to April 2020.
Passengers wanting some new destinations will have ten maiden calls at destinations in Japan, Australia and Papa New Guinea.
It will also include a number of additional overnight stays at certain destinations.
Cunard’s world voyage, the only one to launch in 2020, will be on the Queen Mary 2
Cape Town, Auckland and Buenos Aires will now have two full days on offer to explore the cities.
Cunard’s world voyage, the only one to launch in 2020, will be on the Queen Mary 2, travelling up to 113 nights.
Travelling nearly 150,000 miles, it will visit the east-west route to Australia and Asia either from New York or Southampton (if travelling for just 99 nights).
Included in the 123 destinations are the Mediterranean, Arabian Gulf, Indian Ocean and southern Africa.
Cruise news: Cunard has announced their 2019 programme
Queen Victoria will travel South America, during the winter months, whilst a Christmas in Australia experience will be on Queen Elizabeth when travelling Australia and New Zealand across the festive period.
Angus Struthers, VP Marketing, Cunard said: “2020 is another exciting year filled with inspiring destinations for our guests.
“This itinerary has been curated to meet the needs of our guests, offering them more freedom to explore whilst enjoying the distinctive Cunard experience and outstanding service.”
The cruise liner has been exploring the world since 1840, building over 175 years of passenger journeys as a celebrated British cruise.
Cruise news: Cunard’s “Oceans of Discovery” has new maiden voyages and overnight stays
Cruise news: The Queen Mary 2 world voyage with launch in 2020
They have also recently announced that they are to remove all single-use plastic onboard their ships by 2022, in light of a recent movement to clean up the world’s seas.
BBC programme Blue Planet II shocked the UK when is highlighted the damage that plastic consumption was having on the planet.
This includes straws, water bottles and coffee stirrers that are often wasted on the ship.
Other cruise liners to join the movement include P&O cruises and Royal Caribbean.