The 2021 line up for the luxury line includes an extended season in Japan and new voyages in Iceland, the Baltics and North Cape. The three Cunard Queens will visit a total of 123 destinations across 39 countries.
Queen Elizabeth will be based in Asia Pacific in 2021 with five roundtrip Tokyo voyages, a maiden call at Seogwipo in Jeju Island, South Korea, followed by two Southeast Asia sailings before heading to Australia in November.
The Tokyo roundtrips range from seven to nine-nights and will take place in May, September and October. The first Japan sailing will visit Western and Southern Japan ports of Kagoshima, Fukuoka, Nagasaki, Busan and the maiden call at Seogwipo in Jeju Island.
The second will circumnavigate Japan with calls in Aomori, Akita, Kanazawa, Nagasaki and Busan in South Korea. The ship will then return to Japan later in the year after completing her June to August Alaska season to sail the three other Japan sailings.
She will then head to Southeast Asia to sail itineraries that feature overnight stays in the iconic ports of Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Queen Victoria will offer a new 14-night itinerary in majestic Iceland, and will also sail a new nine-night Baltic itinerary with a maiden call at Aarhus, Denmark.
Flagship liner Queen Mary 2 will also increase the number of the brand’s signature Transatlantic Crossings in 2021, with short breaks in Europe, along with New England & Canada voyages. The ship will also be making one maiden call in Aarhus this season.
Sales have started for these 2021 voyages and guests can enjoy early bird special of $1,000 per person Onboard Credit when they book by December 4, 2019.