Cunard Centenary World Voyages
The ultimate adventure awaits...
The ultimate adventure, from the pioneers of the World Voyage.
2023 marks 100 years since RMS Laconia completed Cunard’s first World Voyage and to celebrate Cunard are embarking on a season of global adventures inspired by this pioneering feat in ocean travel.
Queen Mary 2.
From the heady streets of Safaga on the shores of the Red Sea, to the golden sands of South Africa, Queen Mary 2 will embark on a 102 night Centenary World Voyage with in-depth explorations of Australia, Asia and Africa.
See rhinos and elephants on a visit to a wildlife reserve from Port Elizabeth, or savour the iconic design of Sydney’s opera house on a visit to New South Wales’ cosmopolitan capital.
Stops in Mauritius, Réunion and Airlie Beach, bring salt-white sands, gently swaying palms and spellbinding blue sea.
2023 sees Queen Victoria journey on a 101 night Centenary World Voyage, commemorating 100 years since Cunard’s first circumnavigation of the globe.
In the same spirit of exploration, Queen Victoria will visit ten of the ports originally called at by RMS Laconia in her 1923 World Voyage.
A full transit of the Panama Canal offers yet another bucket list experience to relish, while stops ashore in Jordan (gateway to Petra), Tonga and the Samoa Islands are sure to ignite the senses and inspire unforgettable memories.
Starting her 2023 season in Barcelona, Queen Elizabeth will swap European shores including a maiden call to Vladivostok, for the Asia Pacific, where she’ll embark on a full circumnavigation of Australia, complemented by voyages to Japan, New Zealand and South East Asia.
Her New Zealand voyages sail through the islands’ famous Fiordland National Park, where waterfalls spill down glacier-carved gullies, while her Japanese itineraries are rich with UNESCO World Heritage sites to explore. Manila, Chan May (gateway to the historic cities of Hue and De Nang) and Busan, in the Republic of Korea, are further highlights of Queen Elizabeth’s vibrant itineraries.