It’s been more than two decades since the Cunard Cruise Lines has crossed Alaskan waters, but that’s all about to change as the Queen Elizabeth is undertaking her first-ever Alaskan season. If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing the frozen picturesque beauty of Alaska, then this is your chance to experience an unforgettable voyage.

The cruise will be operating four round-trip Alaskan voyages, sailing between 21 May and 30 June 2019, each comprising six different and fascinating destinations. Passing through the Hubbard Glacier and the Inside Passage, it is sure to be a voyage for the memory books indeed!

For this voyage, the ship will cross the North Pacific and the Gulf of Alaska on its way to Vancouver, giving passengers a scenic experience. Between January and May 2019, Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth will call at 49 countries and 109 destinations. In addition to Alaska, new destinations for the voyage include Boracay in the Philippines, Akita in Japan, and Goa in India. The World Voyage by Cunard will follow a route via the Panama Canal and passengers can opt to do parts of the route or choose the full 107-night experience which will end with the Indian Ocean and South Africa, before returning to Southampton.

Bookings for South Africa can be made through the White Star Cruises website. Passengers who book for this once-in-a-lifetime experience before 5th March 2018 will receive additional complimentary onboard spending money.

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