Cunard has created new programming for 2018 for passengers on various itineraries on Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
VOYAGE DU VIN
(June 1, 2018 | V819)
Queen Victoria’s first dedicated Voyage du Vin, June 1-8, 2018, will introduce guests to some of Europe’s finest wine and port destinations such as Oporto, Lisbon and Vigo. This voyage will also include tastings from Cunard’s wine list, which features more than 400 wines from 23 different countries.
Passengers will have the opportunity to join the new Cunard Wine Academy and take the Wines and Spirits Education Trust Level 1. The voyage will feature a bespoke series of dinners, tastings and master classes with leading Iberian wine producers and experts.
A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY TO THE LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN
(July 1, 2018 | Q820)
Guests on Queen Elizabeth’s Norwegian Voyage, July 1-13, 2018, will learn professional tips from esteemed experts such as Ross Hoddinott, one of England’s leading wildlife and landscape photographers, and take a trip to the Arctic Circle to photograph the stunning phenomenon of the “midnight sun.”
A JOURNEY OF GENEALOGY
(November 4, 2018 | M842)
For the first time ever Cunard has collaborated with Ancestry.com, the largest online family history resource in the world, to offer guests the opportunity to trace their family trees on a Queen Mary 2 Transatlantic Crossing.
Ancestry experts will be on board this November 4, 2018 sailing to help guests follow their family’s journeys, learn about family history, sift through records and discover their ethnic origins with AncestryDNA. One in five immigrants came to the U.S. on a Cunard liner so this collaboration is a perfect fit for passengers who want to trace the steps of their ancestors.
CARTOONISTS AT SEA PRESENTED BY THE NEW YORKER
(June – Nov 2018)
A unique opportunity to join cartoonists as they host lectures and workshops aboard five select 2018 Eastbound Transatlantic Crossings.
Speak with a Cruise Specialists Advisor for all the details on a voyage listed above!