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CUNBRO14 15/0413/10,000

JANUARY 2014 – JANUARY 2015

Mediterranean • Baltic • Fjords • New York • Canada • The World T H E M O S T FA M O U S O C E A N L I N E R S I N T H E WO R L D


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Magnificent holidays,

endless possibilities Contents Life on Board

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The Grills Experience The Britannia Experience Alternative Dining

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World Voyages 2014

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Queen Elizabeth Cruises

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Queen Victoria Cruises

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Queen Mary 2 Cruises

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Accommodation

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If you want time away to be about leaving everyday life far behind, a Cunard cruise might just be your idea of a perfect holiday. Our three magnificent ships visit the finest destinations in the world and guarantee you total relaxation with their incomparable facilities and White Star Service. They each offer so much space for you to relax and enjoy your holiday along with endless diversions to keep you entertained – ranging from state of the art spas and grand theatres to celebrity guest speakers and exquisite dining. You set your own balance between being relaxed and being sociable, with service that always feels far from the ordinary. It’s simply a matter of deciding which Cunard cruise will most encourage you to leave it all behind. Between January 2014 and early January 2015, our three magnificent ships can show you incredible places across Europe and around the world. From buzzing cities to silent scenery that takes your breath away. All this in total comfort and complete luxury. They will also capture the imagination with their own spectacular celebrations in 2014.

In 2014 you can look forward to a new full season of QUEEN ELIZABETH Mediterranean Cruises, offering the very best choice of holidays to explore this wonderful region. In addition QUEEN MARY 2 will be celebrating her 10th Anniversary year with a variety of special cruises and events, and QUEEN VICTORIA will offer a full range of cruises sailing from Southampton.

2014 HigHligHts Celebrate Queen Mary 2’s 10th Anniversary when our three Queens meet in Southampton on 9 May 2014. Queen Elizabeth operates a NEW full season of Mediterranean Cruises offering a choice of seven, 14 or 21-night holidays Queen Victoria enjoys a full season of cruises sailing roundtrip from Southampton to Iberia, the Baltic, the Fjords and Mediterranean.

• During her Around the British Isles cruise (23 May 2014) she will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Aquitania's maiden voyage during her overnight call in Liverpool. Queen Mary 2 in her 10th Anniversary year offers a choice of 19 Transatlantic Crossings. We will celebrate her 10th Anniversary during two crossings – westbound between Southampton and New York on 9 May and eastbound between New York and Southampton on 16 May. In addition, two crossings include calls to Halifax, the birthplace of Sir Samuel Cunard.

• Short break cruises between Southampton and Hamburg with an option to extend your holiday with a two night stay in this elegant and vibrant city. these are only a few of our 2014 highlights, see the following pages for full details of our cruises.

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A welcome

like no other Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2 are truly remarkable. Their elegant lines capture exactly what a classic ocean liner should look like. No wonder the spotlight often falls upon them in overseas ports. Their very arrival and departure creates excitement. It’s something you’ll especially appreciate once on board. Standing on deck and waving farewell, you can hear chatter filled with anticipation. That’s how all Cunard holidays start, on every ship. Here’s a quick introduction to each Queen and where she’ll be between January 2014 and early January 2015. QUEEN ELIZABETH is wonderfully modern, with beautiful Art Deco detailing. In January 2014, she starts a 118-night circumnavigation visiting 40 ports in 23 countries, which includes her first ever visit to Japan. Returning in May 2014, she then embarks on a new full season of Mediterranean Cruises, stretching right to the beginning of December. This offers the perfect combination of the very best Mediterranean destinations with an incredible choice of seven, 14 and 21 night holidays, before two short cruises and an Atlantic Isles festive season. QUEEN VICTORIA is graceful and luxurious, today’s version of great liners past. In January 2014, she seeks out the sights – and winter sunshine – of South America, Australia, Pacific islands and North America

on her World Voyage. During 2014, a series of no-fly cruises explores Baltic shores, Norway’s fjords, Iceland, the Mediterranean and Iberia and the Canary Islands – where she spends Christmas before a five-night New Year celebration closer to home. QUEEN MARY 2 is our flagship, grander than any other Cunard liner, where innovation and style sit side by side. She starts 2014 – her 10th anniversary year – in some style, circling the continents on her latest World Voyage, returning to a rendezvous with both sisters for one of the very few times in history on 9 May 2014. From May to January 2015, she crosses the Atlantic 19 times, some with calls to Halifax, just as she – and Cunard – always has done. Northern Europe, North America and the Caribbean will also welcome her next year.

You may wonder why our three ships are so special. Like all sisters, they have their own unique personality – and possess strong family traits, including the famous red and black funnel, a symbol that hints at the elegance on board.

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Your elegant retreat

on the high seas Welcome to the third Cunard ship named Queen Elizabeth. Modern and spacious, she has everything you’d wish for from a ship that travels both across to the Continent and around the entire world. She’s designed for entertainment. From the sanctuary of her 6,000-book library to the show-stopping Royal Court Theatre, where her new show, Palladium Nights, showcases the songs of the Sixties and Seventies. She’s sociable too. The intimate, lively Yacht Club may become a firm favourite among her evening venues, although there are always plenty to choose from.

Games Deck

Should your cruise carry you into warmer seas, the outdoors comes to the fore. The Promenade Deck is as perfect for a stroll as its name suggests, and a superb spot to sit and watch the scenery drift by. Queen Elizabeth is a remarkably sociable ship. It’s always good to mingle in her elegant public rooms and outdoor spaces, such as her innovative Games Deck shaded beneath a canopy and with a garden-like feel, its ‘lawn’ always ready for a game of croquet or paddle tennis. And you could think of the Garden Lounge as your conservatory. Though in this conservatory, beside the Pavilion Pool, live bands play from time to time creating a perfect setting for those social evening occasions.

Besides the three main restaurants, you can always choose to dine ‘out’ on Queen Elizabeth. This may mean lunch or dinner at the Verandah Restaurant (recognised as the best restaurant at sea) for a delicious taste of France. Among other options, our Lido Restaurants offer buffet dining all day, with additional alternative dining options each evening. Asado is a sizzling South American grill. Jasmine has menus drawn from across Asia. Aztec adds its own twist to Mexican classics. It’s a delicious decision to make.

Royal Spa

Balcony Stateroom

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Your luxurious window

on the world Queen Victoria is exactly what a Cunard ship should be. Sleek and contemporary, her red and black exterior adds a classic touch. Inside is all about warmth and luxury. Marbles and woods create elegance, plush carpets and fabrics ensure premium comfort. Privacy and intimacy live side by side with the sense of occasion you might expect of a Cunard cruise. The Queens Room is an excellent example. At first glance, the dramatic chandeliers and arced balconies catch the attention. A closer look will reveal three original etchings by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. And it’s this combination of grandeur and detail that really enhances the luxury. You’ll find it too in the Royal Court Theatre. Rising the height of three decks in reds and gold, this is an already incredible venue. The first ever private boxes at sea add an extra dash of glamour to each dazzling show. Queen Victoria has an elegant, easy-going charm. She is designed for your enjoyment with all the amenities you would expect, and some that are more surprising, like fencing lessons.

You may also love her Winter Garden. All light and relaxation, it’s a fusion of indoors and outdoors, especially when the glass roof opens on sunnier days. Exploring the many dining options is also a daily treat. Perhaps it’ll be in our fine dining alternative restaurant, with its fresh Mediterranean dishes and themed events that feature local wines. Part of the Lido transforms each evening into one of three wonderful venues. Bamboo offers a fusion of Asian flavours. Coriander serves mouthwatering Indian cuisine. Prime is the spot for succulent steaks and seafood. Needless to say, a host of other casual options are available too during each waking moment on board.

Balcony Stateroom

Queens Grill Fencing Lessons

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Our incomparable liner

is yours to discover In January 2014, ten years will have passed since Queen Mary 2 set sail for the first time. Her scale and elegance makes her as much of an attraction today, wherever she goes. Just ask those who flock to see her arrive in ports across the world.

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Celebrating her 10th Anniversary year in 2014, Queen Mary 2 still stands apart for the incredible variety of entertainment you’ll find on board. Grand and spacious, she is an extraordinary ship where you’ll feel perfectly at home. Of course, the real way to experience this first lady of the fleet is to travel on board. Her size translates into an impressive feeling of space. The Queens Room, a hive of sociable activity day and night, fills the height of two decks. Sweeping staircases and soaring columns ensures the Britannia Restaurant makes a bold statement. The Royal Court Theatre also has two tiers, with a rich interior reminiscent of a London playhouse. Illuminations is more than a luxurious cinema. It’s also a planetarium and a venue for classical music lovers to watch virtuoso performances. For the ultimate in relaxation, succumb to the exquisite pampering with our exceptionally spacious Canyon Ranch SpaClub®.

Many lounges and bars – like the Commodore Club and Chart Room – are cosy and intimate, ideal for a catch-up with friends. Your table is always reserved in your main restaurant. For a change of culinary scene, there’s Todd English Restaurant, a vibrant taste of the Mediterranean. By evening, Kings Court transforms and becomes one of four alternative dining venues. La Piazza serves delicious Italian dishes. The Carvery offers a selection of traditional British dishes. Lotus combines subtle flavours from across Asia. Chef’s Galley has a unique twist, as it includes lively cooking demonstrations. With more informal options also available, like the Golden Lion Pub and the Boardwalk Café, our flagship will always satisfy your taste for the exceptional.

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Daytime activities, from the

energetic to the relaxed On our ships, no two days are ever quite the same. That’s down to the huge number of activities on offer. These allow you to decide how any given hour will unfold – enriching, strenuous or seriously pampered. Of course, you don’t have to do anything.

Daytime Activities - All Ships Art Classes Board Games Bridge

Aerobics, yoga or sunrise stretch classes on deck are just some excuses to take in the morning air. Later, tango and line dancing classes are energetic and fun. The daily crossword sharpens the mind. You may drop by the wine-tasting seminar in the afternoon, while the secrets of auctioneering or weather forecasting are revealed during today’s Cunard’s Insights workshops. Some activities you’ll only find on certain ships. Like Queen Elizabeth’s unique art tour or her panel quiz shows, specially written during your voyage. Fencing lessons provide a chance to try something new on Queen Victoria or the Nordic Walking poles on Queen Elizabeth offer a sociable occasion for exercise.

QUEEN MARY 2 offers 3D film screenings that include the latest blockbusters and operatic masterpieces.

Clarendon Fine Art

If today is about taking it easy, the blissful spa can indulge you with its menu of massages and uplifting treatments. You’ll never be short of holiday reading either. The impressive library sees to that, and the Book Club is meeting later for an informal chat over a cappuccino. In warm weather, the spacious open deck is always inviting – maybe for a dip in the outdoor pool before tea. The shuffleboard tournament is also starting soon. The best part is that, having done so much (or so wonderfully little) throughout the day, a glittering evening still lies ahead.

Dance Instruction

ConneXions Internet Centre Daily Crossword Puzzle and Quizzes Deck Sports Film Screenings iStudy - Computer Classes Library and Book Shop Outdoor Swimming Pools Spa and Fitness Centre Sports Screenings Table Tennis The Royal Arcade – Shops The Zone and The Play Zone Children’s Clubs Whirlpools

Queen Elizabeth Cunarder’s Gallery Games Deck: - Croquet - Paddle Tennis - Short Mat Bowls

Queen Victoria Cunardia Gallery Fencing Lessons

Queen Mary 2 Fairways Golf Simulators Illuminations - Theatre and Auditorium Planetarium Shows

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Evening entertainment

designed for every mood Evening Entertainment All Ships Ballroom Dancing Bars and Lounges

Evenings are when the famous Cunard glamour really shines. After a busy afternoon’s exploration ashore, you’re invited to a Sailaway Party. Or, when your day on board draws to a close, there’s plenty of time for a pre-dinner drink. Maybe the Martini menu will catch your eye in your favourite bar.

Cabaret and Music Productions Comedians Concerts and Recitals Empire Casino Film Screenings Gentlemen Dance Hosts Karaoke – Golden Lion Pub Late Evening Quizzes Nightclub Theatre Productions

Later, recitals on the harp or the piano create a soothing mood, part of an extensive calendar of classical concerts. Or mellow jazz might be more your scene. Some nights, the comedian brings laughter to the bill; on others the magician will amaze you. The Royal Court Theatre is always the backdrop to pure drama. In these lavish venues, thrilling musical extravaganzas and abridged versions of classic plays light up the stage. Private boxes on Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth allow you to reserve the best seats in the house. You can even sip your interval drink in the reserved lounge.

Over in the traditional Golden Lion pub, the spotlight might switch to you, as you interpret a track or two during a lively karaoke event. Afterwards, how about some late night trivia or a spin of the roulette wheel in the casino? You may, of course, be in the mood for dancing. Tonight the atmospheric nightclub could be playing anything from rock anthems to the hits of the 1970s right through to today’s modern sounds. Our black tie evenings remain a highlight of every cruise, with themes ranging from Starlight Balls to ‘London Swings’, a celebration of 1960s styles set within the double height Queens Room.

Royal Court Theatre, Queen Elizabeth

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Alternative dining

venues, bars and lounges All Ships 24-Hour Room Service

Queen Elizabeth - Alternative Dining

Churchill’s Cigar Lounge

The Lido Restaurant buffet and alternative dining:* - Asado (South American) - Aztec (Mexican Grill Classics) - Jasmine (Asian Cuisine)

Commodore Club Golden Lion The Pavilion The Queens Room – White Glove Afternoon Tea Service

The Verandah Restaurant*

Queen Victoria - Alternative Dining Queen Elizabeth - Bars Café Carinthia Midships Bar and Lounge The Garden Lounge The Yacht Club – Nightclub

Queen Victoria - Bars Café Carinthia Hemispheres – Nightclub Midships Bar and Lounge Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar Winter Garden

The Lido Restaurant buffet and alternative dining:* - Bamboo (pan Asian) - Coriander (Indian cuisine) - Prime (seafood and steak)

Winter Garden, Queen Elizabeth

Todd English Restaurant*

Queen mary 2 - Alternative Dining Boardwalk Cafe The Lido Restaurant buffet and alternative dining:* - La Piazza (Italian) - The Carvery (traditional British carvery) - Lotus (pan Asian) - Chef’s Galley (live cooking demonstrations) Sir Samuel’s

Queen Mary 2 - Bars

Todd English Restaurant*

Chart Room Lounge and Bar G32 – Nightclub Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar Winter Garden

*There is a charge payable in the Todd English Restaurants on Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria, The Verandah Restaurant on Queen Elizabeth and in the speciality dining options in the evening offered in Kings Court on Queen Mary 2 and the Lido Restaurants on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria.

Asado, Queen Elizabeth La Piazza, Queen Mary 2

Golden Lion, Queen Mary 2

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The Queens Grill

experience A supreme service defines every moment in Queens Grill accommodation as you appreciate personal butler service and the arrival of pre-dinner canapés without the need to ask, while formal nights bring a turndown treat. You can even expect preferential disembarkation and tender services, both in ports of call and at the end of your truly sensational voyage.

Consistently rated among the very finest gastronomic experiences on land or at sea, each award-winning Queens Grill restaurants provides a compelling reason why guests in Queens Grill accommodation (Q1-Q7), our highest category, return year after year. Every evening between 6.30pm and 9.00pm, the Maitre d’ greets guests personally by name and your waiter shows you to your reserved table adorned with crisp damask, glinting crystal and polished silver. Your specific preferences are always remembered and anticipated, though should you wish to venture off-menu our talented chefs will endeavour to fulfil any request. If you wish to dine in the comfort of your own suite, you can choose from the full Queens Grill menu. The Queens Grill difference will have already become apparent, courtesy

of priority luggage delivery and a complimentary bottle of champagne to welcome you aboard. Superbly sumptuous suites occupy 506 to 2,249 square feet in the most enviable locations on the ship, coupled with a private balcony that is perfect for relaxing or hosting impromptu soirées.

Queens Grill, Queen Mary 2

Queens Grill Suite, Queen Mary 2

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The Princess Grill

experience Sophisticated yet understated, our single-seating Princess Grill restaurants promise our guests staying in Princess Suites (P1-P2) dining which is virtually unrivalled on land, between 6.30pm and 9.00pm each evening. Peruse mouth-watering menus created with immense culinary flair and the freshest ingredients; to accompany your choice,our sommelier will gladly share recommendations from the superbly stocked wine cellar. In warmer climes Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria guests may also opt for al fresco dining in the Courtyard. Close by, a refined, exclusively reserved lounge hosts Afternoon Tea poured by white-gloved waiters, pre-dinner drinks or a sociable night cap. Our Princess Grill

accommodation offers a liberating sense of space of 335 to 513 square feet. Each suite is a welcoming home from home, with abundant storage, a marble bathroom featuring both a bath and shower, a separate living area and your own private balcony, a perfect place to unwind.

With space comes impeccable service. From priority embarkation, your concierge will gladly attend to any requests, whether stocking your bar to your tastes or helping you to plan your trips ashore. You’ll notice other delightful flourishes too: a bottle of wine to greet you; personalised stationery on your desk; fresh fruit replenished daily and a pillow concierge menu offering nine different styles.

Grills Lounge, Queen Elizabeth

Princess Grill Suite, Queen Victoria

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The Britannia

experience You’ll appreciate details that make such a difference: the bath robe, slippers and a nightly turndown service with pillow chocolate. While guests in AA and AC Club Balcony category staterooms can also select from a pillow concierge menu, and catch the sea breezes on their own private balcony.

Each evening, guests in Britannia staterooms will look forward to exquisite menus, exceptional standards of service and an exciting sense of occasion in their Art Deco-style restaurant. After all, whether dining at 6.00pm or later at 8.30pm, you can anticipate arriving with a graceful descent of the grand staircase that evokes the glamour and grandeur of great liners past. Guests in AA and AC Club Balcony staterooms can dine at a time of their choosing between 6.30pm and 9.00pm in the Britannia Club restaurant on board Queen Mary 2 or, aboard Queen Elizabeth, in a separate, intimate dining salon whose patterned glass ceilings are flecked with gold and silver leaf. Comfortable and stylish,

your choice of stateroom shall be your inviting haven for the duration of your memorable voyage. Here, settle down to a favourite movie on your television with satellite channels and music, or plan tomorrow’s sociable activities using the daily ship board newspaper, delivered to your door each evening.

Britannia Restaurant, Queen Mary 2

Balcony Stateroom, Queen Victoria Britannia Club Restaurant, Queen Elizabeth

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Choice of

alternative dining While you can be assured that your table is always reserved within your main restaurant, there are numerous other tempting options. Reserve a table at the alternative fine dining venues; savouring Mediterranean cuisine in Todd English on QUEEN VICTORIA and QUEEN MARY 2, or superb French creations in the elegant Verandah restaurant on QUEEN ELIZABETH. In warmer climes Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria guests may also opt for al fresco dining in the Courtyard. Close by, a refined, exclusively reserved lounge hosts Afternoon Tea poured by white-gloved waiters, pre-dinner drinks or a sociable night cap. Our Princess Grill

accommodation offers a liberating sense of space of 335 to 513 square feet. Each suite is a welcoming home from home, with abundant storage, a marble bathroom featuring both a bath and shower, a separate living area and your own private balcony, a perfect place to unwind.

There are also a host of other cafĂŠs, bars and lounges where you can enjoy tasty snacks. Of course, should you wish, you could even dine in the comfort of your own suite or stateroom, by ordering from our room service menu around the clock. Full details of alternative dining options can be found on page 9.

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World & Exotic

Voyages 2014 In January 2014, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2, in her 10th Anniversary year, set off on their World Voyages. Each ship traces an epic route to an array of exciting destinations, and each ship departs from and returns to Southampton.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The map below shows just how far and wide they travel. It may also help you decide which World Voyage most appeals to you. Choose to follow one of these stunning itineraries – or combine the itineraries of two ships and create your own World Voyage. Whichever route you choose, you’ll not only discover fabulous destinations but exceptional value too.

Moorea, French Polynesia

Grand Palace, Bangkok

Aconcagua Valley, Chile

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Queen Mary 2, Sydney

10 January - 9 May 2014 • 118 nights southampton to southampton

2 January - 28 April 2014 • 116 nights southampton to southampton

10 January - 9 May 2014 • 119 nights southampton to southampton

World Voyages 8-73 nights

World Voyages 10-61 nights

World Voyages 15-56 nights

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Cruises January 2014 – January 2015 Cruise Number

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Cruise Dates

Q402

6 Jan – 10 Jan 2014

Q403

10 Jan – 9 May 2014

No of Nights

Ports of Call

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southampton • Hamburg, Germany • southampton

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southampton • New York • Fort Lauderdale, USA • Aruba, Netherlands Antilles • Limon, Costa Rica • Transit the Panama Canal Puntarenas, Costa Rica • San Francisco, USA • Honolulu, HawaiiA • Lahaina, Hawaii • Pago Pago, American Samoa Nuku ‘Alofa, TongaA • Tauranga, New Zealand • Auckland, New Zealand • Bay of Islands, New ZealandA Sydney, AustraliaO • Brisbane, Australia • Whitsunday Island, AustraliaA • Rabaul, Papua New GuineaA • Kochi, JapanM Tokyo (tours from Yokohama), JapanM • Kobe, JapanM • Nagasaki, JapanM • Pusan, South KoreaM • Shanghai, ChinaM Xiamen, ChinaM • Hong Kong, China • Hanoi (tours from Halong Bay), VietnamA • Chan May, Vietnam • SingaporeO Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia • Penang, MalaysiaPA • Colombo, Sri Lanka • Mumbai, India • Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.M Dubai, U.A.E.O • Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan • Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt • Cairo (tours from Sokhna), Egypt Transit the Suez Canal • Naples, Italy • Palma, Mallorca • Lisbon, Portugal • southampton

Q404

9 May – 11 May 2014

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southampton • Hamburg, germany

Q405

11 May – 15 May 2014

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Hamburg, germany • Oslo, Norway • Hamburg, germany

Q408

8 Jun – 20 Jun 2014

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southampton • Lisbon, Portugal • Gibraltar • Barcelona, Spain • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Elba, ItalyA M • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q408A

8 Jun – 27 Jun 2014

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southampton • Lisbon, Portugal • Gibraltar • Barcelona, Spain • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Elba, ItalyA M • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA M • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q408B

8 Jun – 4 Jul 2014

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southampton • Lisbon, Portugal • Gibraltar • Barcelona, Spain • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy Elba, ItalyA M • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA M • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q409

20 Jun – 4 Jul 2014

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Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA M • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q409A

20 Jun – 27 Jun 2014

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Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA M • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q409B

20 Jun – 11 Jul 2014

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Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA M • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, GreeceM • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q409C

27 Jun – 4 Jul 2014

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Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q409D

27 Jun – 11 Jul 2014

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Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, GreeceM • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q409E

27 Jun – 18 Jul 2014

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Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, TurkeyM • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q410

4 Jul – 18 Jul 2014

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Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, GreeceM • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, TurkeyM • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q410A

4 Jul – 11 Jul 2014

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Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, GreeceM • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q410B

4 Jul – 25 Jul 2014

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Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, GreeceM • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, TurkeyM • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA • Provence (tours from Toulon), FranceM • Barcelona, Spain Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q410C

11 Jul – 18 Jul 2014

7

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, TurkeyM • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q410D

11 Jul – 25 Jul 2014

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Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, TurkeyM • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), FranceM • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q410E

11 Jul – 1 Aug 2014

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Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, TurkeyM • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), FranceM • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q411

18 Jul – 1 Aug 2014

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Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), FranceM • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q411A

18 Jul – 25 Jul 2014

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Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), FranceM • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q411B

18 Jul – 8 Aug 2014

21

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), FranceM • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, Italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q411C

25 Jul – 1 Aug 2014

7

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q411D

25 Jul – 8 Aug 2014

14

Q411E

25 Jul – 15 Aug 2014

21

Q412

1 Aug – 15 Aug 2014

14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q412A

1 Aug – 8 Aug 2014

7

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (from Piraeus), greece

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Cruises January 2014 – January 2015 Cruise Number Q412B

Cruise Dates 1 Aug – 22 Aug 2014

No of Nights

Ports of Call

21

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q412C

8 Aug – 15 Aug 2014

7

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q412D

8 Aug – 22 Aug 2014

14

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q412E

8 Aug – 29 Aug 2014

21

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA • Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q413

15 Aug – 29 Aug 2014

14

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q413A 15 Aug – 22 Aug 2014

7

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q413B

21

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q413C 22 Aug – 29 Aug 2014

7

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q413D

22 Aug – 5 Sep 2014

14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q413E 22 Aug – 12 Sep 2014

21

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q414

29 Aug – 12 Sep 2014

14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q414A

29 Aug – 5 Sep 2014

7

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q414B 29 Aug – 19 Sep 2014

21

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q414C

5 Sep – 12 Sep 2014

7

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q414D

5 Sep – 19 Sep 2014

14

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q414E

5 Sep – 26 Sep 2014

21

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q415

12 Sep – 26 Sep 2014

14

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q415A 12 Sep – 19 Sep 2014

7

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q415B

21

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Istanbul, TurkeyO • Volos, Greece • Mykonos, Greece • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA • Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q415C 19 Sep – 26 Sep 2014

7

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q415D

19 Sep – 3 Oct 2014

14

Athens (for Piraeus) greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q415E 19 Sep – 10 Oct 2014

21

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Santorini, GreeceA • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Naples, Italy Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q416

26 Sep – 10 Oct 2014

14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q416A

26 Sep – 3 Oct 2014

7

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO • Korcula, CroatiaA Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

15 Aug – 5 Sep 2014

12 Sep – 3 Oct 2014

Q416B 26 Sep – 17 Oct 2014

21

Q416C Q416D

7 14

3 Oct – 10 Oct 2014 3 Oct – 17 Oct 2014

M

= Maiden Call

A

= Anchor Port

PA

= Possible Anchor Port

O

= Overnight

17


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Cruise Dates

No of Nights

Ports of Call

Q416E

3 Oct – 24 Oct 2014

21

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Bodrum, Turkey • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q417

10 Oct – 24 Oct 2014

14

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q417A 10 Oct – 17 Oct 2014

7

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q417B 10 Oct – 31 Oct 2014

21

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q417C 17 Oct – 24 Oct 2014

7

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q417D 17 Oct – 31 Oct 2014

14

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q417E

17 Oct – 7 Nov 2014

21

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Bodrum, Turkey • Olympia (tours from Katakolon), Greece • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q418

24 Oct – 7 Nov 2014

14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q418A 24 Oct – 31 Oct 2014

7

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q418B 24 Oct – 14 Nov 2014

21

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece Valletta, Malta • La Goulette, TunisiaM • Palermo, SicilyM • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q418C

7

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (from Piraeus), greece

Q418D 31 Oct – 14 Nov 2014

14

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Valletta, Malta • La Goulette, TunisiaM • Palermo, SicilyM • Naples, Italy Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q418E 31 Oct – 21 Nov 2014

21

Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Heraklion, Crete • Rhodes, Greece • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Valletta, Malta • La Goulette, TunisiaM • Palermo, SicilyM • Naples, Italy Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q419

7 Nov – 21 Nov 2014

14

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Valletta, Malta • La Goulette, TunisiaM • Palermo, SicilyM • Naples, Italy Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q419A

7 Nov – 14 Nov 2014

7

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Valletta, Malta • La Goulette, TunisiaM • Palermo, SicilyM • Naples, Italy Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q419B

7 Nov – 28 Nov 2014

21

Athens (for Piraeus), greece • Valletta, Malta • La Goulette, TunisiaM • Palermo, SicilyM • Naples, Italy Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q419C 14 Nov – 21 Nov 2014

7

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q419D 14 Nov – 28 Nov 2014

14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO

Q419E

14 Nov – 5 Dec 2014

21

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Monte Carlo, MonacoPA Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Kerkyra, Corfu Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Valletta, Malta • Messina, Sicily Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q420

21 Nov – 5 Dec 2014

14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Valletta, Malta • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy

Q420A 21 Nov – 28 Nov 2014 Q420B 21 Nov – 16 Dec 2014

7 25

Q420C 28 Nov – 5 Dec 2014 Q420D 28 Nov – 16 Dec 2014

7 18

Q421

5 Dec – 16 Dec 2014

11

Q422 Q423 Q501

16 Dec – 19 Dec 2014 19 Dec – 23 Dec 2014 23 Dec 2014 – 6 Jan 2015

3 4 14

Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, italyO Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Kerkyra, Corfu • Kotor, MontenegroA • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, ItalyO Korcula, CroatiaA • Valletta, Malta • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Malaga, Spain Gibraltar • Lisbon, Portugal • Oporto, Portugal • southampton Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Valletta, Malta • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy • Rome (from Civitavecchia), italy Venice, italy • Korcula, CroatiaA • Valletta, Malta • Messina, Sicily • Naples, Italy • Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Provence (tours from Toulon), France • Barcelona, Spain • Malaga, Spain • Gibraltar Lisbon, Portugal • Oporto, Portugal • southampton Rome (for Civitavecchia), italy • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Provence (tours from Toulon), France Barcelona, Spain • Malaga, Spain • Gibraltar • Lisbon, Portugal • Oporto, Portugal • southampton southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • southampton southampton • Amsterdam, The NetherlandsO • southampton southampton • Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain • Arrecife, Lanzarote • Las Palmas, Gran Canaria Santa Cruz de Tenerife, TenerifeO • Lisbon, Portugal • southampton

31 Oct – 7 Nov 2014

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Cruises January 2014 – January 2015 Cruise Number V402

Cruise Dates 2 Jan – 28 Apr 2014

No of Nights

Ports of Call

116

southampton • Ponta Delgada, Azores • Fort Lauderdale, USA • Bridgetown, Barbados • Fortaleza, BrazilM Rio de Janeiro, BrazilM • Montevideo, UruguayM • Buenos Aires, ArgentinaM • Puerto Madryn, ArgentinaM • Cape Horn, Argentina Ushuaia, ArgentinaM • Punta Arenas, ChileM A • Amalia Glacier, Chile • PIO X Glacier, Chile • Puerto Montt, ChileM PA Santiago (tours from Valparaiso), Chile • Easter Island, Chile • Pitcairn Island, Chile • Papeete, French Polynesia Moorea, French PolynesiaM A • Suva, FijiM • Noumea, New Caledonia • Brisbane, Australia • Sydney, Australia Milford Sound, New Zealand • Dunedin, New Zealand • Wellington, New Zealand • Napier, New Zealand Tauranga, New Zealand • Auckland, New Zealand • Bay of Islands, New ZealandA • Nuku ‘Alofa, TongaA Pago Pago, American Samoa • Hilo, Hawaii • Honolulu, Hawaii • San Francisco, USA • Puntarenas, Costa Rica Transit the Panama Canal • Aruba, Netherlands Antilles • Grand Cayman, Cayman IslandsPA • Fort Lauderdale, USA Funchal, Madeira • southampton

V403

28 Apr – 9 May 2014

11

southampton • Funchal, Madeira • Las Palmas, Gran Canaria • Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife • Lisbon, Portugal • southampton

V404

9 May – 23 May 2014

14

southampton • Stockholm, Sweden • St Petersburg, RussiaO • Helsinki, Finland • Warnemunde, Germany • Copenhagen, Denmark Kristiansand, Norway • southampton

V405

23 May – 5 Jun 2014

13

southampton • Edinburgh (tours from Queensferry)A • InvergordonM • Kirkwall, Orkney IslandsA M Glasgow (tours from Greenock) • LiverpoolO • Dublin, Ireland • Cobh, Ireland • St Peter Port, GuernseyA M • southampton

V406

5 Jun – 19 Jun 2014

14

southampton • Tallinn, Estonia • St Petersburg, RussiaO • Stockholm, Sweden • Warnemunde, Germany • Copenhagen, Denmark Kristiansand, Norway • southampton

V407

19 Jun – 22 Jun 2014

3

southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Cherbourg, France • southampton

V408

22 Jun – 6 Jul 2014

14

southampton • Flam, NorwayPA • Ålesund, Norway • Akureyri, IcelandPA • Isafjordur, IcelandA • Reykjavik, Iceland Torshavn, Faroe Islands • Kirkwall, Orkney IslandsA • southampton

V409

6 Jul – 20 Jul 2014

14

southampton • Stockholm, Sweden • Tallinn, Estonia • St Petersburg, RussiaO • Warnemunde, Germany Copenhagen, Denmark • Kristiansand, Norway • southampton

V410

20 Jul – 27 Jul 2014

7

southampton • Bergen, Norway • Andalsnes, NorwayPA • Olden, Norway • Stavanger, Norway • southampton

V411

27 Jul – 10 Aug 2014

14

southampton • Cartagena, Spain • Barcelona, Spain • St Tropez, FranceA M • Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy Alghero, SardiniaA • Gibraltar • La Coruña, Spain • southampton

V412

10 Aug – 24 Aug 2014

14

southampton • Stockholm, Sweden • Tallinn, Estonia • St Petersburg, RussiaO • Warnemunde, Germany Copenhagen, Denmark • Kristiansand, Norway • southampton

V413

24 Aug – 31 Aug 2014

7

southampton • Stavanger, Norway • Flam, NorwayPA • Olden, Norway • Bergen, Norway • southampton

V414

31 Aug – 14 Sep 2014

14

southampton • Stockholm, Sweden • St Petersburg, RussiaO • Helsinki, Finland • Warnemunde, Germany Copenhagen, Denmark • Skagen, DenmarkA M • southampton

V415

14 Sep – 8 Oct 2014

24

V416

8 Oct – 25 Oct 2014

17

southampton • Lisbon, Portugal • Valletta, Malta • Ephesus (tours from Kusadasi), Turkey • Yalta, Ukraine • Odessa, Ukraine Istanbul, TurkeyO • Mytilene, GreeceA M • Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece • Vigo, Spain • southampton southampton • Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain • Catania, Sicily • Kerkyra, Corfu • Dubrovnik, CroatiaPA • Venice, Italy Korcula, CroatiaA • Gibraltar • southampton

V417 V418

25 Oct – 28 Oct 2014 28 Oct – 9 Nov 2014

3 12

V419

9 Nov – 23 Nov 2014

14

V420

23 Nov – 7 Dec 2014

14

V421 V422

7 Dec – 17 Dec 2014 17 Dec – 29 Dec 2014

10 12

V501 29 Dec 2014 –3 Jan 2015

5

southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • southampton southampton • Lisbon, Portugal • Gibraltar • Barcelona, Spain • Valencia, Spain • Malaga, Spain Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain • southampton southampton • Lisbon, Portugal • Arrecife, Lanzarote • Las Palmas, Gran Canaria • Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife Santa Cruz de La Palma, La Palma • Funchal, Madeira • La Coruña, Spain • southampton southampton • Cartagena, Spain • Barcelona, Spain • Provence (tours from Toulon), France Florence or Pisa (tours from Livorno), Italy • Ajaccio, Corsica • Gibraltar • La Coruña, Spain • southampton southampton • Lisbon, Portugal • Gibraltar • Malaga, Spain • Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain • La Coruña, Spain • southampton southampton • Funchal, Madeira • Santa Cruz de La Palma, La Palma • Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife Arrecife, Lanzarote • La Coruña, Spain • southampton southampton • Amsterdam, The Netherlands • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • southampton M

= Maiden Call

A

= Anchor Port

PA

= Possible Anchor Port

O

= Overnight Queen Victoria, Flam, Norway

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Cruises January 2014 – January 2015 Cruise Number M403

10 Jan – 9 May 2014

No of Nights

Ports of Call

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southampton • Funchal, Madeira • Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife • Walvis Bay, NamibiaPA • Cape Town, South Africa Durban, South Africa • Mauritius • Perth (tours from Fremantle), Australia • Melbourne, Australia • Sydney, Australia Brisbane, Australia • Whitsunday Island, AustraliaA • Darwin, Australia • Bali, IndonesiaA • Perth (tours from Fremantle), Australia Adelaide, Australia • Melbourne, Australia • Sydney, Australia • Brisbane, Australia • Cairns (tours from Yorkeys Knob), AustraliaA Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia • Shanghai, China • Hong Kong, China • Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam Bangkok (tours from Laem Chabang), Thailand • Singapore • Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia • Langkawi, Malaysia Colombo, Sri Lanka • Dubai, U.A.E. • Muscat, OmanPA • Cairo (tours from Sokhna), Egypt • Transit the Suez Canal Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy • Lisbon, Portugal • southampton New York • Southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Hamburg, germany New York • Southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Hamburg, Germany • Geiranger, Norway Bergen, Norway • Andalsnes, NorwayA • Olden, Norway • Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • Southampton Halifax, Nova Scotia • New York southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Hamburg, germany southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Hamburg, Germany • Geiranger, Norway Bergen, Norway • Andalsnes, NorwayA • Olden, Norway • Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • southampton Hamburg, germany • Geiranger, Norway • Bergen, Norway • Andalsnes, NorwayA • Olden, Norway Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, germany Hamburg, germany • southampton southampton • Hamburg, germany southampton • Hamburg, Germany • southampton Hamburg, germany • southampton Hamburg, germany • Southampton • New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Boston, MassachusettsO • New York Hamburg, germany • Southampton • New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Boston, MassachusettsO • New York Southampton • Hamburg, germany southampton • New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Boston, MassachusettsO • New York southampton • New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Boston, MassachusettsO • New York • southampton New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Boston, MassachusettsO • New York New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Boston, MassachusettsO • New York • southampton New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Boston, MassachusettsO • New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany New York • Southampton • Hamburg, Germany • Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • Southampton • New York southampton • Hamburg, germany southampton • Hamburg, Germany • Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • southampton Hamburg, germany • Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, germany Hamburg, germany • southampton New York • Southampton • Hamburg, Germany • Bergen, Norway • Andalsnes, NorwayA • Trondheim, Norway Tromso, Norway • Ålesund, Norway • Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • Southampton • New York southampton • Hamburg, germany southampton • Hamburg, Germany • Bergen, Norway • Andalsnes, NorwayA • Trondheim, Norway • Tromso, Norway Ålesund, Norway • Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • southampton Hamburg, germany • Bergen, Norway • Andalsnes, NorwayA • Trondheim, Norway • Tromso, Norway • Ålesund, Norway Stavanger, Norway • Hamburg, germany Hamburg, germany • southampton New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Cherbourg, France Southampton • New York southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Cherbourg, France • southampton southampton • New York • Newport, Rhode IslandA • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada • New York southampton • New York • Newport, Rhode IslandA • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada • New York • southampton New York • Newport, Rhode IslandA • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada • New York New York • Newport, Rhode IslandA • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada • New York • southampton New York • Southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Cherbourg, France • Southampton • New York southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Cherbourg, France • southampton southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • Cherbourg, France Cherbourg, France • southampton Cherbourg, France • Southampton • New York • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada • Newport, Rhode IslandA • New York Cherbourg, France • Southampton • New York • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada • Newport, Rhode IslandA • New York • southampton southampton • New York • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick • Halifax, Nova Scotia Québec, Canada • Newport, Rhode IslandA • New York southampton • New York • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick • Halifax, Nova Scotia Québec, Canada • Newport, Rhode IslandA • New York • southampton New York • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada Newport, Rhode IslandA • New York

M405 16 May – 26 May 2014 M405B 16 May – 13 Jun 2014

10 28

M405C 23 May – 26 May 2014 M405D 23 May – 5 Jun 2014

3 13

M406

26 May – 3 Jun 2014

8

M407A M408C M408D M409A M409B M409C

3 Jun – 5 Jun 2014 20 Jun – 22 Jun 2014 20 Jun – 24 Jun 2014 22 Jun – 24 Jun 2014 22 Jun – 6 Jul 2014 22 Jun – 15 Jul 2014

2 2 4 2 14 23

M409E M409F M410 M410A M410B M411B M411C M411D M412 M413A M414B

24 Jun – 6 Jul 2014 24 Jun – 13 Jul 2014 1 Jul – 6 Jul 2014 1 Jul – 13 Jul 2014 1 Jul – 15 Jul 2014 6 Jul – 28 Jul 2014 13 Jul – 15 Jul 2014 13 Jul – 21 Jul 2014 15 Jul – 19 Jul 2014 19 Jul – 21 Jul 2014 28 Jul – 27 Aug 2014

12 19 5 12 14 22 2 8 4 2 30

M414C M414D

5 Aug – 7 Aug 2014 5 Aug – 20 Aug 2014

2 15

M415

7 Aug – 18 Aug 2014

11

M416A M417A

18 Aug – 20 Aug 2014 27 Aug – 15 Sep 2014

2 19

M418 M419A

4 Sep – 8 Sep 2014 8 Sep – 27 Sep 2014

4 19

M419B

8 Sep – 4 Oct 2014

26

M420

15 Sep – 27 Sep 2014

12

M420A

15 Sep – 4 Oct 2014

19

M421A 27 Sep – 16 Oct 2014 M422 4 Oct – 8 Oct 2014 M422A 4 Oct – 7 Oct 2014 M422B 7 Oct – 8 Oct 2014 M422D 7 Oct – 28 Oct 2014

19 4 3 1 21

M422E

7 Oct – 4 Nov 2014

28

M423A

8 Oct – 28 Oct 2014

20

M423B

8 Oct – 4 Nov 2014

27

16 Oct – 28 Oct 2014

12

M424

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Cruise Dates

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Cruises January 2014 – January 2015 Cruise Number

Cruise Dates

No of Nights

Ports of Call

M424A

16 Oct – 4 Nov 2014

19

16 Oct – 6 Nov 2014

21

M425B 28 Oct – 19 Nov 2014 M425C 4 Nov – 6 Nov 2014 M425D 4 Nov – 12 Nov 2014 M426 6 Nov – 10 Nov 2014 M427A 10 Nov – 12 Nov 2014 M430 30 Nov – 12 Dec 2014

22 2 8 4 2 12

M431 12 Dec – 15 Dec 2014 M432A 15 Dec 2014 – 3 Jan 2015 M432B 15 Dec 2014 – 10 Jan 2015 M501 22 Dec 2014 – 3 Jan 2015 M501A 22 Dec 2014 – 10 Jan 2015

3 19

New York • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada Newport, Rhode IslandA • New York • southampton New York • Boston, Massachusetts • Bar Harbor, MaineA • St John, New Brunswick • Halifax, Nova Scotia • Québec, Canada Newport, Rhode IslandA • New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany New York • Southampton • Hamburg, Germany • Oslo, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • Southampton • New York southampton • Hamburg, germany southampton • Hamburg, Germany • Oslo, Norway • Hamburg, Germany • southampton Hamburg, germany • Oslo, Norway • Hamburg, germany Hamburg, germany • southampton southampton • Funchal, Madeira • Santa Cruz de La Palma, La Palma • Las Palmas, Gran Canaria • Arrecife, Lanzarote Lisbon, Portugal • southampton southampton • Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium • southampton southampton • New York • Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas • Roseau, DominicaPA • Castries, St LuciaA • Bridgetown, Barbados Basseterre, St KittsPA • New York southampton • New York • Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas • Roseau, DominicaPA • Castries, St LuciaA • Bridgetown, Barbados Basseterre, St KittsPA • New York • southampton New York • Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas • Roseau, DominicaPA • Castries, St LuciaA • Bridgetown, Barbados Basseterre, St KittsPA • New York New York • Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas • Roseau, DominicaPA • Castries, St LuciaA • Bridgetown, Barbados Basseterre, St KittsPA • New York • southampton

M424B

26 12 19

TRANSATLANTIC AND ROUNDTRIP CROSSINGS Cruise Number

Cruise Dates

M402 M404 M405A M407 M407B M407C M407D M408 M408A M408B M409 M409D M411 M411A M413 M413B M413C M413D M414 M414A M416 M416B M416C M417 M419 M421 M422C M423 M425 M425A M427 M427B M427C M428 M432

3 Jan – 10 Jan 2014 9 May – 16 May 2014 16 May – 23 May 2014 3 Jun – 13 Jun 2014 3 Jun – 22 Jun 2014 5 Jun – 13 Jun 2014 5 Jun – 20 Jun 2014 13 Jun – 22 Jun 2014 13 Jun – 20 Jun 2014 13 Jun – 1 Jul 2014 22 Jun – 1 Jul 2014 24 Jun – 1 Jul 2014 6 Jul – 15 Jul 2014 6 Jul – 13 Jul 2014 19 Jul – 28 Jul 2014 19 Jul – 7 Aug 2014 21 Jul – 28 Jul 2014 21 Jul – 5 Aug 2014 28 Jul – 7 Aug 2014 28 Jul – 5 Aug 2014 18 Aug – 27 Aug 2014 20 Aug – 27 Aug 2014 20 Aug – 4 Sep 2014 27 Aug – 4 Sep 2014 8 Sep – 15 Sep 2014 27 Sep – 4 Oct 2014 7 Oct – 16 Oct 2014 8 Oct – 16 Oct 2014 28 Oct – 6 Nov 2014 28 Oct – 4 Nov 2014 10 Nov – 19 Nov 2014 12 Nov – 19 Nov 2014 12 Nov – 26 Nov 2014 19 Nov – 26 Nov 2014 15 Dec – 22 Dec 2014

M502

3 Jan – 10 Jan 2015

No of Nights

Ports of Call

7 7 7 10 19 8 15 9 7 18 9 7 9 7 9 19 7 15 10 8 9 7 15 8 7 7 9 8 9 7 9 7 14 7 7

New York • southampton southampton • New York New York • southampton Hamburg, germany • Southampton • Halifax, Nova Scotia • New York Hamburg, germany • Southampton • Halifax, Nova Scotia • New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany southampton • Halifax, Nova Scotia • New York southampton • Halifax, Nova Scotia • New York • southampton New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany New York • southampton New York • Southampton • Hamburg, Germany • Southampton • New York Hamburg, germany • Southampton • New York southampton • New York New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany New York • southampton Hamburg, germany • Southampton • New York Hamburg, germany • Southampton • New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany southampton • New York southampton • New York • southampton New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany New York • southampton Hamburg, germany • Southampton • New York southampton • New York southampton • New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • southampton New York • Halifax, Nova Scotia • southampton southampton • New York New York • southampton Cherbourg, France • Southampton • New York southampton • New York New York • Southampton • Hamburg, germany New York • southampton Hamburg, germany • Southampton • New York southampton • New York southampton • New York • southampton New York • southampton southampton • New York

7

New York • southampton

M

= Maiden Call

A

= Anchor Port

PA

= Possible Anchor Port

O

= Overnight

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QUeeNS GRILL AmeNITIeS Stateroom Categories: Q1-Q7

Indulge in the most luxurious interpretation of the Cunard experience as you reside in a choice of lavish suites, all with separate living and sleeping areas, a private balcony on which to unwind, plus a host of delightful flourishes to enhance the sublime sense of style. While exquisite à la carte menus invite your perusal in the truly exceptional Queens Grill each evening.

Dining Single-seating dinner – 6.30pm-9pm

Features & Amenities • Butler & Concierge Service • Bon Voyage Bottle of Champagne and Fresh Strawberries • Satellite TV with Multi-Language Film and Music Channels • Direct-Dial Telephone • Refrigerator • Hair Dryer • Safe • Bar Stocked with Spirits or Wines and Soft Drinks • Pre-Dinner Canapés • In-Suite Dining from Queens Grill Menu • Daily Fresh Fruit

• Fresh Flowers • 24-Hour Room Service • Personalised Stationery • Books and Atlas • Daily Shipboard Newspaper • Pillow Concierge Menu • Full Bathroom with Bath and Shower • Soft Terry Robes and Slippers • Special Sweet Dreams Turndown Surprise on Formal Nights • Nightly Turndown Service with Chocolate • 220V British 3-Pin and 110V 2-Pin Sockets • Priority Embarkation

Queen Elizabeth & Queen Victoria guests also receive: • Priority Luggage Delivery • Priority Disembarkation Exclusive access to: • The Courtyard • The Grills Lounge • The Grills Terrace Queen Mary 2 guests also receive:

Exclusive access to: • The Queens Grill Lounge Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

guests also receive: • Priority Disembarkation • Priority Tender Services Q1

Q2

Q3

guests also receive: • Priority Luggage Delivery

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PRINCeSS GRILL AmeNITIeS Stateroom Categories: P1-P2

Embark on your chosen voyage in legendary sophistication courtesy of our spacious Princess Grill suites. Superbly appointed and featuring its own private verandah, your home from home also delights with those extra touches that make you feel so incredibly welcome. And every evening, the Princess Grill entices you to savour magnificent à la carte creations in a single unhurried seating.

STATe R O O m A m e N ITIe S

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Dining Single-seating dinner – 6.30pm-9pm

Features & Amenities • Concierge Service • Bon Voyage Bottle of Wine and Fresh Strawberries

• Satellite TV with Multi-Language Film and Music Channels • Direct-Dial Telephone • Refrigerator • Hair Dryer • Safe • In-Suite Dining from Princess Grill Menu • Daily Fresh Fruit

• 24-Hour Room Service • Personalised Stationery • Atlas • Daily Shipboard Newspaper • Pillow Concierge Menu • Full Bathroom with Bath and Shower • Soft Terry Robes and Slippers • Nightly Turndown Service with Chocolate • 220V British 3-Pin and 110V 2-Pin Sockets • Priority Embarkation

Queen Elizabeth & Queen Victoria guests also receive:

Exclusive access to: • The Courtyard • The Grills Lounge • The Grills Terrace Queen Mary 2 guests also receive:

Exclusive access to: • The Queens Grill Lounge

B R I TA N N I A A m e N I T I e S Stateroom Categories: AA-ID

Discover the globe in elegance and comfort, as your Britannia stateroom provides a haven of calm at the end of a day’s exploration ashore or relaxation on board. And each evening your superlative dining experience unfolds amidst the art deco style grandeur of the Britannia Restaurant or, for those in Club Balcony accommodation, the refinement of our Club Balcony Dining Room.

Dining – Britannia Restaurant

Dining – Britannia Club

Early sitting for dinner – 6pm Late sitting for dinner – 8.30pm

(Queen Mary 2 & Queen Elizabeth only) Single-seating dinner – 6.30pm-9pm

Features & Amenities • Half Bottle of Bon Voyage Wine • Direct-Dial Telephone • Fruit Basket (on request) • Refrigerator • Hair Dryer • Safe

• 24-Hour Room Service • Daily Shipboard Newspaper • Bathrobe and Slippers • Nightly Turndown Service with Chocolate • 220V British 3-Pin and 110V 2-Pin Sockets

AA Club Balcony guests (Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth only) also receive: • Bon Voyage Bottle of Wine* • Pillow Concierge Menu *This is instead of Half Bottle of Wine as shown adjacent

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QUeeN eLIzABeTh & QUeeN vICTORIA

Stateroom Layouts & Categories QUEENS GRILL GRAND & MASTER SUITES

Grand Suite

Q1

grand suite 2 beds, bath and shower, living/dining areas, balcony (approx 1,375-2,131 sq. ft.)

QUEENS GRILL PENTHOUSES & SUITES

Q4

Q5, Queens Suite

Penthouse 2 beds, bath and shower, living area, balcony (approx 508 sq. ft.)

Queens suite* 2 beds, bath and shower, living area, balcony (approx 505-681 sq. ft.) *The balcony is representative of a Queens Suite on Queen Victoria, those on Queen Elizabeth differ. Q5 Q6

PRINCESS GRILL SUITES

P1 P2

Princess Suite

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Princess suite 2 beds, bath with shower, living area, balcony (approx 335-513 sq. ft.) denotes upright reclining seat

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BRITANNIA STATEROOMS

Club Balcony (Queen Elizabeth only)

AA

BA BC CA

Balcony 2 beds, shower, living area and balcony (approx 242-472 sq. ft.)

EB ED FA

Oceanview 2 beds, shower and living area (approx 180-201 sq. ft.)

Balcony

Q U e e N e L Iz A Be Th & Q U e e N vIC TO R IA STATe R O O m S

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Oceanview

GA GB

Deluxe inside

IA IC

standard inside 2 beds and shower (approx 152-243 sq. ft.)

Standard Inside

The diagrams and pictures of staterooms shown within this brochure are examples only, and individual staterooms may vary.

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Q U e e N m A RY 2

Stateroom Layouts & Categories QUEENS GRILL DUPLEXES, PENTHOUSES & SUITES Upper Level Lower Level

To upper level

To lower level

Q1, Grand Suite, Lower Q1

Q1, Grand Suite, Upper

grand Duplex, sandringham Upper Level – bedroom, 2 master bathrooms Lower Level – guest bathroom, living/dining areas, balcony (approx 2,249 sq. ft.)

To upper level

To lower level

Lower Level Q2, Duplex Suite, Lower

Upper Level Q2

Q2, Duplex Suite, Upper

Q3, Queen Anne Royal Suite

Duplex Apartments, Buckingham suite Upper Level – bedroom, bath and shower, guest bathroom Lower Level – living/dining areas, balcony (approx 1,194 -1,566 sq. ft.)

Queens Suite

Q3

Royal suite, Queen Anne 2 beds, bath and shower, guest bathroom, living/dining areas (approx 796 sq. ft.)

Queens suite 2 beds, bath with shower, living area, balcony (approx 506 sq. ft.) *Wheelchair accessible Q7 suites have a roll-in shower instead of a combination bath/shower. Walk-in wardrobe is not available in wheelchair accessible suites. Q5 Q6 Q7*

Q4

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Penthouse 2 beds, bath and shower, guest bathroom, living/dining areas, balcony (approx 758 sq. ft.)

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PRINCESS GRILL SUITES

Princess Suite

P1 P2

Princess suite 2 beds, bath with shower, living area, balcony (approx 381 sq. ft.)

AA AC BA BC

Club Balcony & Deluxe Balcony 2 beds, shower, living area and balcony (approx 248 sq. ft.)

Q Ue e N m A RY 2 STATe R O O m S

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BRITANNIA STATEROOMS

DA DC

Deluxe Balcony

BB BD

Premium Balcony

Premium Balcony (sheltered) 2 beds, shower, living area and balcony (approx 269 sq. ft.)

Balconies BB & BD have sheltered balconies. Balconies DA & DC have views obstructed by lifeboats.

ED

standard Oceanview 2 beds, shower and living area (approx 159 sq. ft.)

HB IA IB

standard inside 2 beds and shower (approx 159 sq. ft.)

Standard Oceanview

IC ID

Standard Inside

The diagrams and pictures of staterooms shown within this brochure are examples only, and individual staterooms may vary.

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JANUARY 2014 - JANUARY 2015 CRUISES No. of Nights

Cruise Number

Region

Depart Date

No. of Nights

Cruise Number

QUEEN ELIZABETH

QUEEN VICTORIA

2014

2014

06 09 11 08 08 08 20 20 20 27 27 27 04 04 04 11 11 11 18 18 18 25 25 25 01 01 01 08 08 08 15 15 15 22 22 22 29 29 29 05 05 05 12 12 12 19 19 19 26 26 26 03 03 03 10 10 10 17 17 17 24 24 24 31 31 31 07 07 07 14 14 14 21 21 21 28 28 05 16 19 23

Jan May May Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec

4 2 4 12 19 26 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 21 7 14 21 14 7 25 7 18 11 3 4 14

Q402 Q404 Q405 Q408 Q408A Q408B Q409 Q409A Q409B Q409C Q409D Q409E Q410 Q410A Q410B Q410C Q410D Q410E Q411 Q411A Q411B Q411C Q411D Q411E Q412 Q412A Q412B Q412C Q412D Q412E Q413 Q413A Q413B Q413C Q413D Q413E Q414 Q414A Q414B Q414C Q414D Q414E Q415 Q415A Q415B Q415C Q415D Q415E Q416 Q416A Q416B Q416C Q416D Q416E Q417 Q417A Q417B Q417C Q417D Q417E Q418 Q418A Q418B Q418C Q418D Q418E Q419 Q419A Q419B Q419C Q419D Q419E Q420 Q420A Q420B Q420C Q420D Q421 Q422 Q423 Q501

Short Break Short Break Short Break Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Mediterranean Cruise Short Break Short Break Iberia & Canaries

28 09 23 05 19 22 06 20 27 10 24 31 14 08 25 28 09 23 07 17 29

Apr May May Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Aug Aug Aug Sep Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec

11 14 13 14 3 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 24 17 3 12 14 14 10 12 5

Region

V403 V404 V405 V406 V407 V408 V409 V410 V411 V412 V413 V414 V415 V416 V417 V418 V419 V420 V421 V422 V501

Iberia & Canaries Baltic British Isles Baltic Short Break Iceland Baltic Fjords Mediterranean Baltic Fjords Baltic Black Sea Mediterranean Short Break Mediterranean Iberia & Canaries Mediterranean Iberia Canary Islands Short Break

M402 M404 M405 M405A M405B M405C M405D M406 M407 M407A M407B M407C M407D M408 M408A M408B M408C M408D M409 M409A M409B M409C M409D M409E M409F M410 M410A M410B M411 M411A M411B M411C M411D M412 M413 M413A M413B M413C

Eastbound Transatlantic Westbound Transatlantic Northern Europe Eastbound Transatlantic Northern Europe Short Break Fjords Northern Europe Westbound Transatlantic Short Break Roundtrip Transatlantic Westbound Transatlantic Roundtrip Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic Roundtrip Transatlantic Short Break Short Break Westbound Transatlantic Short Break North America & Canada North America & Canada Westbound Transatlantic North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada Eastbound Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic Northern Europe Short Break Northern Europe Northern Europe Westbound Transatlantic Short Break Roundtrip Transatlantic Westbound Transatlantic

QUEEN MARY 2 2014 03 09 16 16 16 23 23 26 03 03 03 05 05 13 13 13 20 20 22 22 22 22 24 24 24 01 01 01 06 06 06 13 13 15 19 19 19 21

Jan May May May May May May May Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul

7 7 10 7 28 3 13 8 10 2 19 8 15 9 7 18 2 4 9 2 14 23 7 12 19 5 12 14 9 7 22 2 8 4 9 2 19 7

Depart Date

No. of Nights

21 Jul 28 Jul 28 Jul 28 Jul 05 Aug 05 Aug 07 Aug 18 Aug 18 Aug 20 Aug 20 Aug 27 Aug 27 Aug

15 10 8 30 2 15 11 9 2 7 15 8 19

M413D M414 M414A M414B M414C M414D M415 M416 M416A M416B M416C M417 M417A

04 08 08 08 15 15 27 27 04 04 07 07 07

Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct

4 7 19 26 13 19 7 19 4 3 1 9 21

M418 M419 M419A M419B M420 M420A M421 M421A M422 M422A M422B M422C M422D

07 Oct

28

M422E

08 08 08 16 16 16 28 28 28 04 04 06 10 10 12 12 19 30 12 15 15 15 22 22 03

8 20 27 13 19 21 9 7 22 2 8 4 2 9 7 14 7 12 3 7 19 26 13 19 7

M423 M423A M423B M424 M424A M424B M425 M425A M425B M425C M425D M426 M427A M427 M427B M427C M428 M430 M431 M432 M432A M432B M501 M501A M502

Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan 2015

Cruise Number

Region Roundtrip Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic Northern Europe Short Break Fjords & Arctic Circle Northern Europe Westbound Transatlantic Short Break Westbound Transatlantic Roundtrip Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic North America, Canada & Northern Europe Short Break Westbound Transatlantic North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada Eastbound Transatlantic Northern Europe Short Break Short Break Short Break Westbound Transatlantic Northern Europe, North America & Canada Northern Europe, North America & Canada Westbound Transatlantic North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada North America & Canada Eastbound Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic Northern Europe Short Break Northern Europe Short Break Short Break Westbound Transatlantic Westbound Transatlantic Roundtrip Transatlantic Eastbound Transatlantic Iberia & Canaries Short Break Westbound Transatlantic Caribbean Caribbean Caribbean Caribbean Eastbound Transatlantic

Pre-cruise Flight Post-cruise Flight On Transatlantic Crossings the number of nights shown refers to sail nights • Westbound Transatlantic Crossing – Southampton to New York • Eastbound Transatlantic Crossing – New York to Southampton

WORLD VOYAGES JANUARY - MAY 2014 Queen Elizabeth 8-118 nights

10 Jan - 9 May

Queen Victoria

10-116 nights

2 Jan - 28 Apr

Queen Mary 2

15-119 nights

10 Jan - 9 May

To book and for more information, contact your travel agent or Cunard Overseas Reservations: +44 2380 657064 email: cunard.e-reservations@cunard.co.uk CUNARD LINE, CARNIVAL HOUSE, 100 HARBOUR PARADE, SOUTHAMPTON SO15 1ST

CUNBRO14-15/0413/10,000

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