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Cunard announces Alaska return for first time in over 20 years

A visit to Alaska has been added by Cunard in 2019 for the first time in more than 20 years.

Queen Victoria will operate the only full world cruise in 2019, leaving flagship Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth with “greater flexibility” to travel to a mixture of destinations and itineraries, the line said. 308 more words

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Cunard Release Details For Queen Victoria's 'Remastering'

Cunard have released details of the forthcoming $40m  ‘remastering’ refit for Queen Victoria, which is due to commence on 5th May 2017 and is expected to last a month. 548 more words

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Cunard's Queen Victoria to have £34million refit in May

Cunard’s Queen Victoria will have a £34million refit in May, the company announced today.

The ship will be taken out of service on May 5 and the work at the Fincantieri shipyard in Palermo, Italy, should be finished by June 4. 282 more words

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Cunard to return to Alaska with Queen Elizabeth voyage in 2019

Cunard today unveiled its January to May 2019 programme called the ‘Oceans of Discovery’ which will include a voyage to Alaska.

This will be the first time that the current fleet will have travelled to Alaska, and the first time the cruise line will have ventured there in over 20 years. 1,418 more words

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Queen Elizabeth Will Offer Cruises From Oz.

Cunard’s  Queen Elizabeth will spend two months offering seven departures from Sydney and Melbourne. It will be the first time Cunard have based a ship in Australia, and the longest duration that a Cunard ship has visited the region. 258 more words

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Wow...

This afternoon I went to see the ship Queen Mary 2 while it was in port at Outer Harbour in Adelaide, South Australia on its 4 month around the world cruise which began in January. 276 more words

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Steamship Sunday - Tuscania Torpedoed Off of Ireland

Poster advertising the Anchor Lines’ Tuscania. Carrying troops to Europe, she was torpedoed by the German submarine U-77 and sank off the coast of Ireland on 5 February 1918. 879 more words

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