Posted June 10th, 2017, 12:08 PM
I think you meant 2017. Listening to gossip, the rest of the 2019 itineraries could be released in August, possibly September.
Yes, that sounds about right. Last year the 2018 post-world voyage schedule was officially announced on September 6, 2016, but quite a bit of the schedule could be found earlier during August, 2016 posted on some cruise booking web sites. No guarantee the timing will be the same this year in 2017 for the announcement of the 2019 post-world voyage schedule, but I think an August-September time frame is about the best we have to go on at this point.
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CroisiEurope Douce France, Rhine River (2004) ... Queen Mary 2, Transatlantic (2005, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016) ... Queen Elizabeth 2, Norwegian Wonders (2008) ... Island Princess, Panama Canal (2008) ... Queen Victoria, Gallic Getaway (2009) ... Norwegian Epic, Eastern Caribbean (2010) ... Brilliance of the Seas, Suez Canal (2011) ... Queen Elizabeth, Eastern Mediterranean (2012) ... Maasdam, Canada and New England (2013) ... Queen Mary 2, Caribbean Fiesta (2013) ... Serenade of the Seas, Baltic (2017)