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Follow in the footsteps of the world’s greatest explorers as you wind your way through Lisbon’s cobblestone streets. Take in the tree-lined squares, ancient castles and colourful cityscape of Portugal’s capital city.
Stretching more than 160 miles and with an extraordinary Minoan heritage, Crete is the largest and most visited of the Greek islands.
Take in the impressive picture of the grand ships waiting to enter the Suez Canal at the southern entrance on the Red Sea. Suez is a primary hub for those wanting to visit Egypt's historical wonders.
Visit Safaga and you enter the gateway port on the western side of Egypt’s Red Sea, and the River Nile. Safaga has achieved a harmony between its bustling working port and the small and unspoilt town. Its wide azure bay has views of the surrounding islands, plus rugged red-hued desert cliffs, sandy beaches and black dunes.
Salalah is the largest city in the Sultanate of Oman, and its the birthplace of the Sultan Qaboos bin Said. Beyond the unique atmosphere the khareef provides, there is much more to see and experience. As well as its lush green pastures, Salalah is renowned for its stunning collection of beaches, which feel almost Caribbean with their coconut trees and relaxed vibe. Try Al Mughsail Beach, a quiet and wild-feeling stretch of sand, full of caves and blowholes.
Abu Dhabi is the culturally rich capital of the United Arab Emirates. With one foot in the past and one eye on the future, it makes for a unique and exciting place for the discerning traveller to discover.
On the Persian Gulf coast of the United Arab Emirates, this exotic destination boasts world-renowned structures, enviably glamorous resorts and pioneering industry.
Boasting a sun-drenched setting, an impressive history and breathtakingly beautiful architectural gems, Muscat is sure to capture your imagination.
Sri Lanka's naturally wonderful landscape has been shaped by Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim and European influences for a fascinating multicultural heritage.
Known as the ‘Pearl of Andaman Sea’ Phuket offers a rich and colourful history coupled with sparkling blue waters, teaming with marine life. Away from its idyllic coast, Phuket’s countryside is rich with gems of its own to admire. Dense coconut groves, traditional rubber plantations and lush green hills hide ancient temples, Chinese shrines and ornate mosques - a glimpse into the island’s spirituality. While the chance to take a boat ride around James Bond Island or experience traditional culture at a Thai dance performance are just a handful of the ways to pass your time on this beautiful Thai island.
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Penang is a must-visit jewel in the Malaysian crown. Popular with tourists for generations and valued by lovers of both food and culture.
In the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, head straight for the city where historic temples unite with fashionable skyscrapers and lush parks.
Diamond-shaped Pulau Ujong is Singapore's main island and it's bursting with colour, energy and culture.
Cruising along the Mekong River past hidden villages, mystical jungles and towering mountains affords a southeast Asian experience like no other
From the exceptional views across its famous harbour to the sizzling dishes in its glamorous restaurants, you’re sure to fall in love with Hong Kong.
On the north coast of the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia lies Bitung, known for its incredibly vibrant, varied and often-bizarre marine life that thrives in its coastal waters. Nature lovers are welcome! Your guide to Bitung. From bustling cities to awe-inspiring landscapes, the Indonesian port of Bitung is the gateway to northern Sulawesi’s abundant wonders, including its provincial capital Manado. Fringed by fauna cloaked mountains, Manado is a gastronomic paradise with dining spots turning out aromatic delicacies and beach bars coupling cocktails with salty ocean views. Pick up a souvenir from the seafront arcade, try island-fished tuna (with eye-wateringly hot sambal) and admire the architectural contrasts of colonial Dutch buildings and ancient Buddhist temples. Further afield you’ll encounter the black and white sands of Lembeh Island, the waruga stone graves of Airmadidi Village and the mangrove forests of Tangkoko Nature Reserve.
Situated on the remote northern shores of Australia’s ‘Top End,’ balmy Darwin has matured from its early days as a true frontier settlement to become a welcoming, lively and multicultural modern city. Your guide to Darwin. Darwin is a thriving, multifaceted city and capital of Australia's Northern Territory - one of the most remote and sparsely populated regions in the country. Built on the Timor Sea, the city is the gateway to some of Northern Australia’s most striking natural scenery, while its proximity to South East Asia has fuelled Darwin’s status as a bridge between the country and neighbouring Indonesia. Colossal mountains, verdant grasslands and sprawling national parks surround Darwin’s bustling urban centre, while characterful taverns, unique cultural attractions and a fabulous assortment of fresh fish restaurants reinforce the city’s welcoming, congenial feel.
Discover the history and sightseeing highlights of this charming beachside town. Your coach will take you to the Proserpine Historical Museum, where you’ll delve into the legacy of the region’s sugar and cattle industries, as well as viewing a ‘Digger’ vintage steam locomotive that was used in the sugar fields during WWI. Then you’ll take in the highlights of this developing area, pausing at the Harbour Lookout for stunning panoramic views, and concluding with refreshments at the Whitsunday Sailing Club.
Cosmopolitan Brisbane attracts millions of visitors each year thanks to its eclectic mix of attractions, beautiful skyline and sub-tropical climate.
From the Sydney Opera House to Bondi Beach, man and Mother Nature contribute in equal measure to this splendid city.
Boasting stunning art, a vibrant music scene and excellent food, wine and coffee, it’s little wonder that Melbourne regularly tops ‘most liveable city’ rankings.
The third-largest Australian island boasts incredible natural beauty, with unspoiled pristine beaches and a truly unique opportunity to see an amazing range of animals up-close in their local habitat. As one would expect, there’s a healthy kangaroo presence, along with wallabies, koalas, seals, sea lions and goannas, the placid and unassuming lizards that grow up to a metre long.
Adelaide offers an abundance of colour, surrounded by the Mt. Lofty Ranges and the waters of the Gulf St. Vincent. Named after the wife of King William IV, this seaside port is a bustling city with historic charm. Tour the South Australian Museum with its exceptional collection of glassy-eyed critters and Aboriginal artefacts. Or head to Glenelg's white sand beaches and old-style amusement park.
Margaret River is a beautiful natural setting in Australia’s southwest corner that has inspired many artists here over the years. Or perhaps they just came for the seemingly endless fertile vineyards. Your guide to Busselton. Named after the Bussell family, who arrived in the 1830s, Busselton has grown into one of Western Australia’s most popular tourist destinations. Circled by swathes of wetlands and bordered by tranquil Geographe Bay, where scores of humpbacks and blue whales seek respite on their migrations, Busselton’s white beaches and calm blue waters offer visitors unparalleled swimming. Rocky outcrops and tall forests rise from the water’s edge, while great granite buttresses shield the beaches from the Indian Ocean’s swell. In the heart of the town, Busselton’s beloved jetty stretches out over the turquoise surf, its observatory offering breath-taking views of the reef below.
Whether you're visiting for the day, or stopping for a few nights, this welcoming destination has much more to offer than you probably expect from an isolated Western Australian city.
Sandy white beaches. Dazzling turquoise waters. Charming people, verdant countryside. The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius has it all.
Three million years ago Réunion Island appeared majestically from the Indian Ocean, the impressive result of a hotspot in the Earth’s crust.
The summer resort of Transvaalers is your gateway to some of South Africa's greatest attractions. Discover the breathtaking Valley of a Thousand Hills, the Kingdom of the Zulu. Or set out along The Garden Route, a region of high mountains, lush forests, sun drenched beaches and quaint little towns, an explorer's dream and undoubtedly one of South Africa's premier sights.
As you sail to Port Elizabeth, or ‘The Bay’, you begin to sense the energy and prosperity of this thriving city. It is one of the largest, sunniest and wonderfully vibrant cities in all South Africa. The city stretches for 10 miles along Algoa Bay and is one of the major seaports in the country. Travelling to South Africa by ship it is quite likely you will cruise to Port Elizabeth to dock. As you sail into the port area there are magnificent views of a small group of islands, home to many rare seabird populations, dotted in the waters.
With its spectacular scenic views, wonderful wildlife and fantastic food and drink, Cape Town is a dream destination for any travel enthusiast.
Dine on freshly-caught fish and home-grown oysters as you explore Walvis Bay's outstanding conservation areas and its Germanic history.
Once the holiday destination of choice for Queen Victoria, the perennially popular island of Tenerife continues to draw in millions of tourists year upon year.
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The 2023 No-Fly Queen Mary 2 Grand World Voyage
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Approximately 157-194 sq. ft. Delight in the space to spread out and a wealth of thoughtful touches to enhance your stay. Each Britannia Standard Inside stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery. Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar. An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries. Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow. Sparkling wine to welcome you on board. Your own stateroom steward for the duration of your stay. 24 hour room service. Hairdryer & safe.
|IC||Deck 4||£13,439pp||Enquire now|
Approximately 159-194 sq. ft. Draw back the curtains to a burst of natural daylight each morning of your voyage. Each Britannia Oceanview stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery. Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar. An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries. Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow. Sparkling wine to welcome you on board. Your own stateroom steward for the duration of your stay. A window offering an ocean view. 24 hour room service. Hairdryer & safe.
|EF||Deck 4||£15,999pp||Enquire now|
Approximately 269 sq. ft. Enjoy ocean views from the privacy and comfort of your sheltered stateroom balcony. Each Britannia Balcony (sheltered) stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery. Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar. An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries. Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow. Sparkling wine to welcome you on board. Your own stateroom steward for the duration of your stay. A sheltered stateroom balcony with table and chairs to relax in. 24 hour room service. Hairdryer & safe.
|BZ||Deck 4||£17,599pp||Enquire now|
|BY||Deck 4||£17,799pp||Enquire now|
|BU||Deck 4||£19,199pp||Enquire now|
Approximately 248 sq. ft. With your own balcony these larger staterooms offer you private outside space on board. Each Britannia Balcony (obstructed view) stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery. Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar. An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries. Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow. Sparkling wine to welcome you on board. Your own stateroom steward for the duration of your stay. A private stateroom balcony with table and chairs to relax in (obstructed view). 24 hour room service. Hairdryer & safe.
|DC||Deck 8||£16,799pp||Enquire now|
|DB||Deck 8||£17,099pp||Enquire now|
Christened by Her Majesty the Queen in 2004, Queen Mary 2 is the world’s largest and most renowned ocean liner. Following her £90 million transformation in June 2016, this world-class ship is beyond compare. Adored by her passengers and crew alike, her reputation for splendour and elegance is unparalleled.
What's on board: Gallery, Auditorium, Observation Lounge, Planetarium, Royal Arcade, Deck Sports, Fitness Center, Sports Court, Britannia Club & Restaurant, Churchills Lounge & Cigar Bar, Commodore Club, Golden Lion Pub, Grill Restaurant & Lounge, Sir Samuels Wine Bar, Spa, Splash Pool, Sun Deck, Whirlpool, Cyber Golf, Indoor Pool, Library, Chart Room, Children's Club, Karaoke and much, much more.
Yes, Cunard does have a flexible cancellation policy in place.
In light of the current events, Cunard has introduced several temporary enhancements to their transfer policy and are currently offering free flexible booking cover up to the balance due date. The current policy currently allows you to transfer your holiday to any Cunard cruise that is currently available as many times as you like free of charge.
Terms & conditions apply. Excludes exclusive Reader Offers Limited Package Holidays.
Yes, during the day you’ll probably find yourself most comfortable in stylish casual wear such as shorts and smart jeans. Swimming costumes, micro shorts, sarongs and gym wear should be reserved for the poolside, on deck or in the spa and fitness centre.
In the evening, the dress code will be Gala Evenings or Smart Attire. For gentlemen, Gala Evenings should be a dinner jacket, tuxedo or dark suit with regular bow tie while for ladies, cocktail dresses, smart trouser suits or formal separates are acceptable. Smart trousers with a shirt and jacket with an optional tie for men is required for Smart Attire and blouses and skirts or stylish trousers and dresses for women.
Each ship in the Cunard fleet offers alternative dining options which are available to everyone. On Queen Mary 2 choose from Boardwalk Café, Carinthia Lounge, Golden Lion, Kings Court, Sir Samuel’s and Steakhouse at The Verandah restaurant. On Queen Victoria choose from Chart Room, Golden Lion, Lido restaurant and Steakhouse at The Verandah restaurant. On Queen Elizabeth choose from Café Carinthia, Golden Lion, Lido restaurant, Steakhouse at The Verandah restaurant and Garden Lounge.
In addition, each ship will offer alternative dining cuisine each evening. This may include Italian, Indian, Pan Asian, American Smokehouse and Tex Mex.
Cunard requests that guests with special dietary requirements inform them six months prior to departure or at the time of booking. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that special dietary requirements are met, this cannot be guaranteed.
Every Cunard crew member puts their heart and skill into ensuring you experience legendary White Star Service during your time on board. For waiters, stateroom stewards and those supporting behind the scenes, a hotel and dining service charge is added to your on board account and every dollar collected goes directly to the crew members. Of course, should you wish to individually reward any other crew member who has made your time on board particularly memorable, please feel free to do so.
The service charge is calculated by stateroom category, as follows: Queens and Princess Grill Suites - $13.50 per person per day, Britannia Staterooms - $11.50 per person per day.
The currency on board all ships is the US Dollar.
The official language on board is English and all announcements and printed information is in English. As an international company with worldwide cultural appeal, Cunard also provides assistance in French, German, Spanish and in some instances, Japanese.
All staterooms are equipped with a safe into which you can programme your own personal code.
Yes, room service is available 24-hours a day. Room service menus will be available in your stateroom.
Unless stated otherwise, the ship will be in port for a full day which may be a minimum of 7½ hours and a maximum of 11 hours. In some cases, you may spend half a day in port which will usually be a minimum of 4 hours and a maximum of 7 hours. Times will vary according to the cruise and port.
For information on Cunard’s enhanced well-being measures, please click here.
Booking conditions of Cunard and Reader Offers Limited Agency terms of business apply. Fares are per person based on two adults sharing a stateroom/suite except single staterooms/suites. Offers advertised are subject to availability at the time of booking. Fares advertised may increase or be withdrawn at any time. This offer is applicable to new bookings only. Itinerary is subject to change. Some ports may be at anchor. On board spend is per stateroom/suite and amount is tiered depending on grade of stateroom/suite booked. Chauffeur Service is based on two adults sharing, up to 150 miles each way and is tiered depending on grade booked. Gratuities are subject to the cruise lines T&Cs.Excursions will be at an additional charge and may not be suitable for guests with mobility restrictions. Members of the Cunard World Club will benefit from a 5% discount on the advertised fares. This 5% Cunard World Club discount is applicable on all cruises, for past guests only. To receive past passenger benefits you will need to have your past passenger numbers to hand at the time of booking and further terms and conditions apply. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. Afternoon Tea hamper is one per booking and for mainland UK only. Normal Cruise Miles terms and conditions apply. E&OE.
Cruise Line Future Cruise Credit Terms & Conditions will apply.
Our ABTA membership and ATOL license protects your holidays booked through ROL Cruise, so you can book with confidence knowing you are fully protected. *Please note ATOL protection is only applicable to Fly Cruises*
Fortnum & Mason Bellini Gift Box is based on one per booking for UK mainland addresses only when booking an Ocean View or above by 8pm 21st June 2021.View cruise line T&C's