discover Queen Anne’s maiden season.

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A new address at sea.

Let Cunard’s 249th ship, Queen Anne, become your home from home in 2024 as you explore some of the world’s most enticing locations during her inaugural season. Whether you seek plentiful sea days to enjoy the ship or a voyage on which you’ll discover a new destination almost every day, Queen Anne’s maiden voyages will not disappoint.

Be part of the celebrations as she’s greeted in ports for the very first time and watch as the ship’s Captain and local Harbour Master take part in the traditional plaque exchange. With over 30 unique ports included in her maiden season, sailing on Queen Anne’s maiden voyages offers chance to travel the world’s oceans in style, whilst turning heads in every new destination. 

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Iberia and the Canary Islands.

Stunning scenery and a glorious climate are just two temptations of Queen Anne’s Canary Islands’ voyages in January and March 2024. Famed for warm weather and lunar-like landscapes, the Canaries have been christened Europe’s ‘sunshine centre’ and five islands are a biocentre reserve.

If it’s volcanic scenery you’re seeking, Lanzarote’s park at Timanfaya will not disappoint, while sunbathers will adore Fuerteventura’s white sands. The 16th century, San Cristóbal de La Laguna is highly recommended in Tenerife, while Gran Canaria’s capital, Las Palmas, offers sheltered waters, perfect for swimming.


In late January Queen Anne will set off on a 35-night roundtrip voyage to the Caribbean, inviting guests to bask in the warm shallows of island seas. An archipelago overflowing with natural beauty and legendary sandy beaches, each of these beautiful islands boasts its own unique character.

Norwegian fjords.

Known for its fjords, Norway is home to a remarkable coastline, peppered with tumbling waterfalls and vibrant forests.

Queen Anne will sail a 13-night maiden voyage here in March 2024, calling at five unique ports. She’ll then return in April, when she’ll make maiden calls in Haugesund, Olden, and Stavanger.


Home to some of the oldest cities in the world, the rich history of the Mediterranean is beyond compare.

Yours to discover on Queen Anne in 2024, she’ll offer just one Mediterranean voyage in her maiden season, combining calls to Italy, Spain, and Portugal, with the captivating islands of Corsica and Mallorca.

Atlantic voyages.

If you really want to immerse yourself in our newest Queen, look no further than Queen Anne’s Atlantic voyages. Sailing between Southampton and Fort Lauderdale, these one-way voyages are the perfect opportunity to experience everything Queen Anne has to offer.

Choose from a 12-night westbound voyage calling in the Azores and Florida, or a 10-night sailing with a stop in Bermuda. Just like on board, your time ashore offers the freedom to explore at your leisure. Discover Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, fall for pastel-hued houses in Hamilton, and admire gothic architecture in Ponta Delgada.