Cunard Cruise the World in 2014
If you're interested in exploring South America, circumnavigating Australia or expanding cultural horizons in Japan and Southeast Asia, the 2014 World Voyage Programme from Cunard cruise line takes in 40 countries and 85 unique ports of call.
World Voyages are available aboard each of Cunard's main cruise ships, Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth. Travellers can stay on board from as little as eight days for a mini break, up to 133 days for an unforgettable journey. Cunard’s 3 Queens will cover a combined distance of 116,808 nautical miles across a diverse range of destinations.
Next year is the 10th anniversary season for flagship Queen Mary 2, and the ship is celebrating with a 119-day World Voyage. Setting out from Southampton, the cruise visits 30 ports in 19 countries, some highlights of which include a full circumnavigation of Australia, traversing Asia, transiting the Suez Canal and cruising the Mediterranean. Travellers who still want more can add on a sojourn to New York by taking the ship's Transatlantic Crossing.
The Queen Victoria cruise ship packs even more ports of call into its 116-day World Voyage, visiting 40 ports in 19 countries. Boarding at either Southampton or Fort Lauderdale, the cruise includes Easter Island and an extended trip around South America taking in samba displays in Rio and glaciers in Chile. "The land of the long white cloud" also features amongst the voyage's highlights, with the Queen Victoria making seven calls in New Zealand on its way to Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Hawaii.
Not to be outdone, the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship will undertake a 118-day circumnavigation of the globe with several embarkation points in both the UK and USA. On its journey the ship will visit a mammoth 41 ports in 24 countries, including a maiden visit to Japan, passing through the Panama Canal and taking in the spectacular Hawaii and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
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