The grand majestic fleet of Cunard ships will be setting off on another adventure from Europe to Australia in 2019 with a stop over in the Mother City.

A first for South Africa, two of the internationally renowned Cunard fleet ships, will visit our shores three times in one year. The youngest Queen in the Cunard fleet, Queen Elizabeth and her older sister Queen Victoria will be cruising to Cape Town along their journeys, offering Capetonians an ideal chance to hop aboard and visit relatives on the European and Australian continents.

Queen Elizabeth will be making an appearance in January and November 2019. Her majestic journey in January will see her visiting Melbourne, Reunion, Mauritius and Fremantle after her stop in the Mother City, while her journey in November will bring her to stops in Lisbon, Tenerife and Walvis Bay.

Passengers aboard the Queen Elizabeth can look forward to a truly memorable journey highlighted by serene accommodation with seemingly endless entertainment from deck game tournaments to relaxing spa treatments. Take your tastebuds on a journey too with the huge array of food options, from refined high teas to healthy or hearty cuisine.

Queen Victoria will grace us with her presence in April 2019. Her epic voyage will take her around the world, starting in Southhampton and traveling to Florida, central America, San Francisco, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Bali, Hong Kong, Singapore and across the Indian Ocean via Cape Town and back to her starting point.

Passengers aboard the Queen Victoria will enjoy the perfect combination of elegance and luxury. Having just undergone a refit, the lovely Queen Victoria now offers an increase in choice of staterooms, new Britannia Club dining, a broader and more distinct bar offering, a transformed sun deck as well as many other exciting new features. The true beauty of the Queen Victoria lies in the attention to detail in both her design and offerings.

Passengers interested in joining the Cunard cruise during these visits can choose to be on board for the whole voyage or simple parts thereof according to your own convenience.

Check out our tour of The Queen Elizabeth.

Website: www.cunard.co.uk

Pictures: Cunard

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Aimee Pace

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