Cunard Line Gives Australians A Bucket List Experiance.
Are you one of the many Australian cruise guests for whom a single voyage on one of Cunard’s fleet of magnificent Queens merely whets the appetite? Well now you have the exciting option to do this again in 2019 and the chance of sailing back-to-back on all three ships including a fabled Transatlantic crossing on flagship Queen Mary 2.
Proving the popularity of the three-ship Cunard royal tour more than 650 Australians recently had the most amazing experience during voyages on Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
And as the entire Cunard fleet assembled on August 10 in Southampton, these Australian guests – 253 from NSW, 141 from Queensland and 121 from Victoria, and the remainder from other states and territories – were treated to a spectacular flyover by the Royal Air Force’s world famous ‘Red Arrows’ display team.
The 2019 packages travel to destinations including Iceland and the Baltics, Norway and the Mediterranean – and of course the most iconic voyage – a Transatlantic Crossing on Cunard's flagship, Queen Mary 2.
“Sailing on all three Cunard Line ships experiencing fantastic destinations and all the delights of Cunard’s White Star service on back-to-back cruises is one of those must do travel experiences for 2019,” said Ryan Taibel Vice President, Sales & Marketing Cunard.
“There are so many unique aspects of this Cunard experience and sailing on all three Queens is perfect for the many Australian travellers who believe that one voyage is simply never enough.”
The current three-ship Cunard experience has included a Queen Mary 2 crossing from New York to Southampton, a two-week Queen Elizabeth voyage that includes Iceland plus calls to Rotterdam and Belfast, and a Queen Victoria voyage that includes the beautiful fjords of Norway.
A Note on the 2019 Cunard Three Ships Package
Fares for a 35-night Three Queens package, departing Southampton on July 28, 2019 start from $9,777* per person double occupancy. The first sector of the cruise onboard Queen Victoria visits ports in Iceland and British Isles. The second cruise onboard Queen Elizabeth takes in the highlights of the Baltic region, while the final leg onboard Queen Mary 2 is an iconic Transatlantic crossing from Southampton to New York.
For more information and to book, contact your travel consultant, call Cunard on 13 24 41 or visit www.cunard.com
Information supplied by : Cunard Line And www.australiancruisingnews.com.au