Cunard Announce New Ship

The new ship will accommodate up to 3,000 guests

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Cunard Announce New Ship

Over the last few years Cunard have had much to be proud of  - from the magnificent celebrations of the 175th anniversary in Liverpool, to the stunning £120m refurbishments of their flagship Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria. And, as Cunard mark 50 years since the naming of the much-loved liner QE2, they have some exciting news.


In 2022, a new ship will join Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth as the fourth member of the fleet, the first new Cunard ship in 12 years and the first time since 1998 that Cunard will have four ships in simultaneous service.


Sharing the iconic livery and red funnels, the new ship will accommodate up to 3,000 guests. Distinct Cunard signatures and brand new experiences will combine as part of this next generation of the Cunard fleet. The ship will have a GRT of 113,000 (Gross Registered Tonnage) and will be the 249th ship to fly the Cunard flag.

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