Spend months onboard, cruising from Europe to Africa, Australia, Asia and the Middle East. Each destination is rich with authentic arts, enticing cuisine and fascinating history. Along with major cruise ports like Barcelona in Spain and Sydney in Australia, you will be treated to stops in less known ports, such as Whitsunday in Australia, where you can take in the beautiful Great Barrier Reef. A world cruise will also stop in ports like Columbo in Sri Lanka. This port features history of an ancient people and culture along with modern conveniences like exquisite restaurants and shops where you can purchase sapphires and rubies.
In between amazing days in port you will make your home in the luxurious staterooms aboard Cunard's ocean liners. Cunard offers a variety of accommodations, but no matter whether you choose a suite or an inside cabin, you will be treated with the white glove service that Cunard prides itself on.
Onboard a Cunard ship you will experience British culture, as Cunard stays true to their English heritage, hosting afternoon teas. All three of the line's ships are named after queens of England: Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2.
Call The Cruise Web today to speak to a cruise consultant about a 2014 Cunard World Cruise and keep your eye out for the 2015 world cruise itineraries. Now, of course we understand that four months is a major commitment. If you can't take all that time, consider sailing a portion of the World Cruise where you can experience a month or two of the exciting itinerary.
World Cruises Itineraries with Cunard Line: