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2017 CUNARD WORLD

CRUISE HOLIDAYS

Cruise both the Tropics and the Equator in one cruise or sail the

South Pacific islands including time travelling into the future across

the International Dateline. Or simply take a leisurely cruise across

the Atlantic to the sunshine and beaches of Bermuda and Fort

Lauderdale. Take this amazing opportunity to explore the world

on these once in a lifetime journeys. If you do not have the time to

spare for the full world cruise, it is still possible to enjoy the sense

of occasion and visit some of the unique destinations not found on

regular cruises by selecting a one of our sections of the 2017 Cunard

world cruises.

WHY CRUISE WITH CUNARD?

• The Finest traditions at sea

• Dress for Dinner

• Themed Balls and Captain's Cocktail

parties in the Queens Room

• Superb dining in the Britannia

restaurant

• Speciality Pop-Up Restaurants in the

Lido or Kings Court

• Superlative White Gloved

afternoon tea

• FREE 24 Hour room service

• FREE Guest Launderettes

• Cunard Insights Programme / RADA

/ Guest Speakers

• Morning fencing lessons on

Queen Elizabeth & Queen Victoria

• The Only Planetarium at sea

on-board Cunard Queen Mary 2

14-26 NIGHTS PRICES FROM

£899PER PERSON

Date Nights Interior Balcony Pr Grill Suite

05-Jan-17 14 £899 £1,199 £1,899

19-Apr-17 16 £999 £1,499 £3,059

BERMUDA & FORT LAUDERDALE SUNSHINE

ON CUNARD QUEEN VICTORIA

Sample the pink coral sands of Bermuda and enjoy the Floridian sunshine with just one

flight and a classic cruise across the Atlantic between Southampton and Fort Lauderdale.

Experience the finest traditions at sea on board Cunard Queen Victoria; expect to dress

for dinner, meet interesting people and be pampered with legendary Cunard White

Star service. The Queens Ballroom is the venue for a range of themed balls throughout

your cruise, a champagne cocktail party with the captain and is also where superlative

afternoon tea is served by white gloved waiters on fine bone china. Choose our 14 night

January west-bound departure from Southampton to beat the winter blues or plan for a

longer spring break in April east-bound to Southampton via Orlando and the southern

charm of Charleston South Carolina.

05 January 2017: 11 night cruise from Southampton - Hamilton (Bermuda) - Port

Everglades (Fort Lauderdale) - 2 nights 4-star Fort Lauderdale Beach hotel stay -

Overnight direct flight to Gatwick.

19 April 2017: Fly direct from Gatwick to Fort Lauderdale - 2 nights' 4-star Fort Lauderdale

beach hotel stay - 14 night cruise from Port Everglades - Port Canaveral (Orlando) -

Charleston (South Carolina) - Hamilton (Bermuda) - Ponta Delgada (Azores) - Southampton.

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EQUATOR AND TROPICS VOYAGE

TO CAPE TOWN WITH SAFARI

ON CUNARD QUEEN MARY 2

Go on Safari in South Africa and cross

the Equator and both Tropics all in one

cruise. This exotic sector of the world

cruise features an exciting stay in vibrant

Cape Town, a Safari in Africa, Namibia

and the sense of occasion setting sail from

Southampton at the start of a world cruise.

As this voyage is the first and an unusual

sector of the Cunard Queen Mary 2 2017

world cruise it is strictly capacity controlled

and is selling fast. Toboggan down the

streets of Funchal, explore the volcanic

peak of Mount Teide sand soak up the

unspoilt natural charm of Namibia.

Set sail for 17 nights from Southampton on the first leg of the Cunard Queen Mary 2 2017

world voyage to Madeira-Tenerife-Walvis Bay (Namibia) - Cape Town (Overnight in port).

Spend two nights in a four-star bed-and-breakfast hotel in the heart of all the action on the

V&A Waterfront. Enjoy a full day safari tour with lunch to the Inverdoorn game Reserve on

a quest to spot the big five. Perhaps take the cable-car up to the top of Table Mountain to

admire the views or sample world class wines on a tour of a local vineyard. Then fly home

overnight to Heathrow. (All transfers in Cape Town are included).

Reverse itinerary is available on 17 April 2017 on board Cunard Queen Elizabeth for

21 nights from Cape Town to Southampton from only £2299pp

Date Nights Interior Balcony Pr Grill Suite

10-Jan-17 20 £1799 £2199 £4199

SAN FRANCISCO - SOUTH PACIFIC- AUSTRALIA

ON CUNARD QUEEN ELIZABETH

BONUS UPTO $1300 PER STATEROOM ON BOARD SPENDING MONEY

Cruise the furthest flung regions of the world on this exotic cruise to Hawaii, the South

Pacific, New Zealand and Australia. Enjoy the Streets of San Francisco, visit Alcatraz, soak

up the views of the Golden Gate Bridge and sample the fresh seafood at Fisherman's

Wharf. Indulge in time travel as you cross the International Dateline into tomorrow and

enjoy three nights exploring the delights of Sydney with superb beaches such as Bondii

Beach and Manly Beach; plus magnificent views from Circular Quay overlooking the

Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Fly direct from Heathrow to San Francisco for two nights' four-star hotel stay close to

Union Square. Cruise for 21 nights on Cunard Queen Elizabeth to - Honolulu (Oahu) -

Lahaina (Maui) - Cross the International Dateline - Apia (Western Samoa) and Nukualofa

(Tonga). Then on to New Zealand to visit Auckland and the Bay of Islands (cruising) before

reaching Sydney to spend overnight on board ship. Stay for two further nights in Sydney in

a four-star hotel close to all of the action at Darling Harbour, then transfer to the airport for

your overnight flight to Heathrow. (All transfers included).

Date Nights Interior Oceanview Balcony

02-Feb-17 26 £3239 £3329 £4099

Hawaii. Below: QM2, Britannia Restaurant

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