New Cruise Ships 2018: Cunard Line Adding to Its Fleet
Learn about the new cruise ships 2018 has in store and about the fascinating Cunard Line history and its newest ship in the works!
For over 175 years, Cunard has been mesmerizing guests with sophisticated cruise adventures that sail across the world’s greatest oceans. Cunard Line ships have allowed millions of travelers to explore every region of the world in style, in addition to providing onboard experiences such as grand feasts, literary and art lectures, unmatched theatrical productions, and opportunities to waltz away the night in a magnificent ballroom.
Now fans of one of the most famous cruise lines in the world can indulge on a new adventure thanks to Cunard’s most recently announced ship. The fourth ship in the company’s cruise line will launch in 2022 and it set to have a 3,000-passenger capacity. The vessel will offer an arrangement of exciting, new itineraries, special voyages, signatures dining experiences, unmatched entertainment and more.
The Cunard Line history is rich and intriguing. It began with their beloved vessel Britannia leaving British waters for America back in 1840. The cruise line’s ships were to first ships ever to use signal lights (starting in 1848) – port red, starboard green, and foremasthead white – which are now in use on all ships. Some of the ships have been used to transports troops and serve as hospitals during times of war. The Curnard vessels broke many other “firsts” records such as having the first bathrooms installed onboard, creating the first lounge for women, creating the first wireless communication at sea, and implementing the first library at sea. Over the years, presidents, queens, princesses, Hollywood legends and countless travelers have enjoyed their time aboard these refined and well-appointed vessels – why shouldn’t you be next?
Ready to book a luxurious cruise vacation on Cunard? The cruise line currently has three magnificent ships to choose from – The Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2, and the Queen Elizabeth. Here are a few of the most popular itineraries:
- 7 Day Scandinavia and Fjords – Enjoy scenery unlike any other as you explore the fjords and Norwegian Sea aboard the opulent Queen Victoria. With port stops that include Olden, Nordfjord, Flaam, Sognefjord and more, this is sure to be an unforgettable adventure. Staterooms start at $1399 per person for an inside view.
- 9 Day Australia/New Zealand – Head down under on the magnificent Queen Mary 2 with port stops in Sydney, Milford Sound, Dunedin, Akaroa Harbor, Wellington and more. There is no better way to explore the beloved regions in the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean than on a lavish cruiseliner like the Queen Mary 2. Inside staterooms start at just $1598.
- 17 Day Hawaii – Have you always dreamed of visiting Bora Bora, Moorea, Honolulu, Auckland and more? Now it is possible on this once-in-a-lifetime cruise aboard the renowned Queen Elizabeth. Fulfill all of your cruise desires on this epic 17 day adventure starting at just $2998.
With so many Cunard Cruise Line ships to choose from that offer distinctive itineraries, the only question left to ask if where you will go next! While the fourth Cunard vessel is being constructed, why not experience a cruise on one of the line’s already existing ocean liners?
Let an experienced www.CruiseExperts.com agent help you find the right Cunard cruise for your needs and travel desires, or tell you more about new cruise ships 2018 has in store. Visit www.CruiseExperts.com or contact us directly at 1-888-804-CRUISE (2784) to learn more. And, don’t forget to like us on Facebook and join our InnerCircle for exclusive offers and cruise news you can use! Also, check out our new Resource Center, where you can receive expert knowledge from us before your next cruise or cruisetour.