November 18, 2021 | Good news for fans of the cruise brand Cunard: In the spring and early summer of next year, the renowned shipping company will be presenting 17 new trips to Europe for the Queen Elizabeth. Further destinations are the passage of the Panama Canal and trips to Alaska.
Asia is not a travel destination for the 294 meter long ship of the traditional British shipping company in the first half of the coming year. Instead of spending springtime in Asia as in previous years, the youngest of the Cunard Queens takes trips to the Norwegian fjords, goes on island hopping tours in Spain and Portugal and tours the Mediterranean. Then takes the Queen Elizabeth Course for Alaska. A trip through the is on the route list panamacanal.
Queen Elizabeth in the port of Hamburg
Following industry trends, overnight stays in six ports and three late evening departures are offered. The passengers have the opportunity to get to know the destinations they call extensively.
Some selected cruises
During the trips to Norway, Cunard offers extended stays in Tromsø and Narvik: With a little luck, ship guests will see northern lights in the evening and night.
Starting on a 4 night trip Southampton With an overnight stay in Amsterdam, passengers are offered visits to the museums, galleries and canals of the Dutch metropolis. Night owls can expect a diverse nightlife in Amsterdam. to the Queen Elizabeth offers
Amsterdam - Rijksmuseum
Highlights of the newly published trips are attempts in Genoa, Ibiza, Manzanillo, Grand Turk and San Francisco as well as the icy landscapes of Alaska Glacier Bay National Park and the Hubbard Glacier.
Anja Tabarelli, Director Sales and Marketing at Cunard Germany, is quoted as follows about the newly published program: “We are very pleased that the Queen Elizabeth will be cruising in Europe next spring. The new voyages offer guests the rare opportunity to explore Europe in spring aboard our youngest Queen. For those who have a little more time to spare, I recommend the extraordinary journey from Europe, across the Atlantic, through the Panama Canal to Alaska - it really is a very special experience ”.