An overview of Cunards 2014 voyages
In 2014, the most famous ocean liners in the world will include an expanded season of fly-voyages in the Mediterranean, enhanced transatlantic crossings including calls to Halifax, and special celebratory voyages aboard Queen Mary 2 to celebrate the ship's 10th birthday.
In total, Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria will visit a67 ports of call, 13 of which will be new for the cruise line.
Queen Elizabeth, the newest addition to the Cunard Line fleet will offer a series of extensive fly-voyages in the Mediterranean between June and December 2014 on cruises lasting seven, fourteen or twenty-one days in length. Departures will be from either Venice, Rome or Athens and will include maiden calls to ports including Kotor, Volos, Toulon and Palermo.
Queen Mary 2 will sail on a total of eighteen crossings between Southampton and New York, including two "Birthday Crossings" and two eight-night crossings via Halifax, which was the line's original transatlantic port of cal..
Queen Victoria will be sailing from Southampton to an array of voyages to Northern Europe, Iceland, the Black Sea and the Atlantic Isles, including popular three to five night short "getaway" voyages.
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