Cunard plans another epic 107 night, 30 port around the world cruise Cunard arranges another epic 107-night, 30-port the world over journey Cunard is arranging another epic around the globe journey that will incorporate stops at more than 30 ports on six landmasses. The 107-night voyage on the 2,014-traveler Queen Victoria will commence on Jan. 10, 2019 in Southampton, England and end in a similar port on April 27, 2019. The Queen Victoria will pursue a westerly course far and wide that begins with a trans-Atlantic cruising to Bermuda and Fort Lauderdale before stops in the Caribbean and a travel through the Panama Canal to the Pacific Ocean. From that point, the ship will cruise along the West Coast of Mexico to San Francisco and after that cross the Pacific to Hawaii, Samoa, Tonga, New Zealand and Australia. Cunard’s Queen Victoria to get a makeover Extra calls will investigate parts of Asia including Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam and Sri Lanka and the Seychelles. Taking after visits to South Africa and Namibia, the ship will travel north to the Canary Islands before coming back to Southampton. Overnight stays are made arrangements for San Francisco, Sydney, Hong Kong and Cape Town. Cunard spearheaded the idea of around the globe voyages almost a century back and has offered many the excursions throughout the years.
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