Queen Anne: The next chapter of cruising

When Queen Anne sets sail in early 2024, she will become the first new build for the iconic cruise line in more than 12 years. Her debut will also mark the first time Cunard has had four ships in simultaneous service since 1999, as she joins the ‘Three Queens’ – Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria at sea.

Now, Cunard is proudly sharing exciting details of how the ship will set the benchmark for luxury ocean travel. Those onboard Queen Anne will enjoy an unparalleled voyage experience, designed by some of the world’s foremost designers in luxury hospitality. Reimagined Cunard signature spaces alongside the introduction of brand-new venues bring guests greater choice, all delivered through Cunard’s White Star Service.

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Queen Anne’s breathtaking interiors take inspiration from Cunard’s past, celebrating the beautiful art deco-style finishes that the brand is known for, to define a striking new design direction for the future.

Queens Grill Grand Suites offer guests their own private residences and deliver a new level of exclusivity, with each finish carefully curated in every room.

Designed by David Collins Studio, they represent the epitome of luxury, from a dedicated dining room with an adjacent butler’s pantry, to walk-in wardrobes, marble finished bathrooms with views out to sea, a spacious bedroom and the largest balconies onboard.

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Queen Anne offers guests complete freedom of choice. From grand venues that create the perfect backdrop for stylish celebrations, to those that provide the perfect opportunity to switch off into a world of relaxation or engage in more active pursuits both inside and on deck.

With a total of 15 restaurants onboard – all distinctive – guests will enjoy a wide variety of cuisines, ambience and décor from the striking interior of the Britannia restaurant to the relaxed atmosphere of Cunard’s ever-popular Golden Lion pub. From laid-back light bites and indulgent treats, to the ultimate in fine dining, guests can feel free to dine as they wish, indoors or alfresco, throughout the entire day.

For guests in search of excitement or inspiration, entertainment venues onboard Queen Anne will include the flagship Royal Court Theatre, a sumptuous two-deck 825 seat space showcasing a wide variety of musical, celebrity headliners and insightful speakers.

For those in search of a more tranquil sanctuary or to stay active, Cunard’s Mareel Wellness and Beauty has venues across the ship. Featuring the widest selection of fitness, beauty, thermal and spa facilities so far seen on a Cunard vessel, Queen Anne will present an exclusive array of treatment rooms and a private spa suite alongside an awe-inspiring new top-deck wellness studio.

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Queen Anne represents the next chapter for the Cunard brand. She embodies all the characteristics that make this brand so well-loved and at the same time reimagines the complete ship experience extending the Cunard Line for future generations. She will be the finest ship of her era,” said Lee Powell, Cunard vice-president, brand and product.

Queen Anne will set sail in early 2024, with her maiden season program available to book from May 2022.

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