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#1
142 Posts
Joined Jul 2009
Iv'e seen a cruise advertised for Queen Victoria in July 2019, just the one mind you but it is out there if you look hard enough.

One or two new ports on the itinerary, so it looks like Cunard are mixing it up a bit more.
#2
829 Posts
Joined Jul 2010
Many thanks for this information, tri****at. I am very happy to discover that my TA has already published most of the Cunard cruises for 2019 !
#3
Vale of Glamorgan
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Hopefully that means they will be available for the rest of us soon.
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#5
Lancashire, UK
55 Posts
Joined Jul 2017
I received an email saying P&O summer 2019 cruises go on sale 4th September. I know this isn't Cunard but they are both owned by Carnival and run out of the UK offices so I guess it may be around the same time?
#7
Lancashire, UK
55 Posts
Joined Jul 2017
Originally posted by Cats2010
Maybe, Ben_83, but not all of the Cunard/Carnival cruises are managed by the UK office.
Agreed, it's a big maybe
#8
Iowa
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Joined Mar 2010
A good deal of the Cunard 2019 schedule can now be found under the "Find a Cruise" function here on Cruise Critic. Here is what I have been able to compile so far from various sources for the Cunard 2019 schedule that is not already available on "cunard.com".

I haven't been able to find the specific ports of call for Queen Elizabeth's three 10-day cruises from Vancouver beginning May 31, 2019, so I have just indicated "(Alaska)" here. I suppose those ports of call could be the same as for her previously announced 10-day segment from Vancouver for May 21-31, but I don't want to make that assumption.

Queen Mary 2
May 5-12 New York, Southampton
May 12-17 Southampton, Zeebrugge, Cornwall, Saint Peter Port, Southampton
May 17-24 Southampton, New York
May 24-31 New York-Southampton
May 31-Jun 7 Southampton, New York
Jun 7-14 New York, Southampton
Jun 14-23 Southampton, Hamburg, Zeebrugge, Saint Peter Port, Hamburg, Southampton
Jun 23-30 Southampton, New York
Jun 30-Jul 7 New York, Halifax, Boston, Newport, New York
Jul 7-14 New York, Southampton
Jul 14-28 New York, Southampton, Liverpool, Reykjavik, Corner Brook, Halifax, New York
Jul 28-Aug 4 New York, Southampton
Aug 4-11 Southampton, Bergen, Alesund, Flaam, Stavanger, Southampton
Aug 11-18 Southampton, New York
Aug 18-25 New York, Southampton
Aug 25-Sep 1 Southampton, New York
Sep 1-15 New York, Bar Harbor, Corner Brook, Sept-Iles, Quebec City, Saguenay, Sydney, Halifax, New York
Sep 15-22 New York, Southampton
Sep 22-26 Southampton, Hamburg, Southampton
Sep 26-Oct 4 Southampton, Le Havre, New York
Oct 4-18 New York, Bar Harbor, Corner Brook, Sept-Iles, Quebec City, Saguenay, Sydney, Halifax, New York
Oct 18-25 New York, Southampton
Oct 25-Nov 3 Southampton, Hamburg, Zeebrugge, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Southampton
Nov 3-10 Southampton, New York
Nov 10-17 New York, Southampton
Nov 17-19 Southampton, Zeebrugge, Southampton
Nov 19-26 Southampton, New York
Nov 26-Dec 8 New York, Tortola, Dominica, Bridgetown, Castries, Saint Kitts, New York
Dec 8-15 New York, Southampton

Queen Elizabeth
May 31-Jun 10 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver
Jun 10-20 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver
Jun 20-30 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver
Jun 30-Aug 8 Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Quetzal, Puntarenas, Fuerte Amador, Panama Canal, Oranjestad, Fort Lauderdale, New York, Halifax, St. John's, Isafjordur, Reykjavik, Greenock, Dublin, Southampton
Aug 8-11 Southampton, Saint Peter Port, Southampton
Aug 11-25 Southampton, Skagen, Copenhagen, Saint Petersburg, Helsinki, Stockholm, Warnemunde, Southampton
Aug 25-Sep 6 Southampton, Stavanger, Olden, Lofoten Islands, Tromso, Trondheim, Andalsnes, Bergen, Southampton
Sep 6-20 Southampton, Stornoway, Akureyri, Isafjordur, Reykjavik, Greenock, Dublin, Southampton
Sep 20-Oct 4 Southampton, Warnemunde, Helsinki, Saint Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga, Copenhagen, Southampton
Oct 4-8 Southampton, Amsterdam, Southampton
Oct 8-20 Southampton, Alesund, Tromso, Narvik, Stavanger, Southampton
Oct 20-Nov 1 Southampton, Funchal, La Palma Island, Tenerife, Lanzarote, La Coruna, Southampton

Queen Victoria
Apr 28-May 12 Southampton, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Tallinn, Saint Petersburg, Kiel, Skagen, Southampton
May 12-19 Southampton, Stavanger, Flaam, Olden, Haugesund, Southampton
May 19-Jun 4 Southampton, Skagen, Copenhagen, Gdynia, Visby, Saint Petersburg, Klaipeda, Oslo, Kristiansand, Southampton
Jun 4-16 Southampton, Greenock, Oban, Isle of Skye, Kirkwall, Dublin, Liverpool, Cobh, Saint Peter Port, Southampton
Jun 16-23 Southampton, Haugesund, Olden, Flaam, Bergen, Southampton
Jun 23-30 Southampton, Saint Peter Port, Rotterdam, Zeebrugge, Cherbourg, Southampton
Jun 30-Jul 14 Southampton, Olden, Alesund, Akureyri, Isafjordur, Reykjavik, Stornoway, Southampton
Jul 14-28 Southampton, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Visby, Tallinn, Saint Petersburg, Kiel, Goteborg, Southampton
Jul 28-Aug 11 Southampton, Lerwick, Akureyri, Isafjordur, Reykjavik, Greenock, Dublin, Southampton
Aug 11-23 Southampton, Newcastle upon Tyne, Edinburgh, Bass Rock, Isle of May, Invergordon, Isle of Skye, Greenock, Belfast, Liverpool, Saint Peter Port, Southampton
Aug 23-Sep 6 Southampton, Oslo, Klaipeda, Visby, Tallinn, Saint Petersburg, Gdynia, Southampton
Sep 6-20 Southampton, Vigo, Palma de Mallorca, La Spezia, Cannes, Barcelona, Gibraltar, Southampton
Sep 20-Oct 9 Southampton, Cartagena, Corfu, Dubrovnik, Hvar, Venice, Cagliari, Gibraltar, Southampton
Oct 9-21 Southampton, Funchal, La Palma Island, Tenerife, Lanzarote, La Coruna, Southampton
Oct 21-Nov 4 Southampton, Cadiz, Barcelona, Livorno, Civitavecchia, Cartagena, Gibraltar, Southampton


Regards,
John
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#10
Vale of Glamorgan
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They look very different than recent years, lots of choice for those who like Northern Europe !
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#11
Cambridgeshire, UK
861 Posts
Joined Feb 2009
Oh no!

My son and his fiancee are hoping for a med cruise for their honeymoon in 2019. Looks like they may have to go to a different line.

I wonder why it is so heavily based on northern ports?
#12
UK
1,956 Posts
Joined Jun 2009
One good point is that there are a lot of no-fly cruises. Always a plus when it comes to packing
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#13
East Lancashire
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Joined Feb 2007
Some very nice looking trips. But I already have 3 booked so will need to wait a bit before booking anything else. Well unless the price is right and I can't resist.
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#14
Iowa
1,322 Posts
Joined Mar 2010
I noticed a transcription error in the Cunard 2019 schedule I posted yesterday. Well, there's probably more than just one, but what I happened to spot is an issue with QM2's 14-day voyage for July 14-28. That voyage starts in Southampton, not New York. The previous voyage for July 7-14 is an eastbound crossing as indicated, so a 21-day round trip from New York should be possible for July 7-28, 2019.
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#15
West Midlands
503 Posts
Joined Apr 2011
Blue Marble - am I correct in thinking that there are 3 x 10 night cruises doing a round trip from Vancouver Alaska trip or am I missing something here? It seems rather odd that they would do it 3 times.

"May 31-Jun 10 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver
Jun 10-20 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver
Jun 20-30 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver"
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2019 QE Oct Norway & Northern Lights
2018 QM2 Mar Hong Kong to Singapore
2017 QV Oct Adriatic & Aegean gems
2017 QM2 Sep New England & Canada
2017 Windsurf Apr Glitz & Glam in the Riviera
2016 QE Nov Canaries
2016 QV Sep Athens, Greek Isles, Albania & Venice
2016 Eclipse Apr Le Havre
2016 QE Mar Tokyo to Hong Kong (sector of World Cruise)
2015 QV Aug Istanbul & Greek Isles
2015 QE Jul Ireland, Iceland & the Faroes
2015 QE Jun Guernsey
2015 Ventura Apr Belgium
2014 QM2 Dec Christmas markets in Belgium
2014 QE Apr Dubai to S'ton (final sector World Cruise)
2013 QM2 Dec Winter Getaway
2013 QV Aug St Petersburg & Baltic Explorer
2013 QE Jun Fjords & Waterfalls
2012 QV Oct Autumn Adventure
2012 QE Aug Mediterranean Memories
2012 QM2 Jun Summer Getaway (Jubilee sailing)
2012 QV May Spring Getaway
2011 QM2 Oct Taste of France
2011 QV Aug Pearls of the Black Sea
2010 QV Jul Norwegian Fjords

2009 QM2 Nov Transatlantic
2008 QM2 Sep Transatlantic
#16
UK
1,956 Posts
Joined Jun 2009
Originally posted by Lynnewob
Blue Marble - am I correct in thinking that there are 3 x 10 night cruises doing a round trip from Vancouver Alaska trip or am I missing something here? It seems rather odd that they would do it 3 times.

"May 31-Jun 10 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver
Jun 10-20 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver
Jun 20-30 Vancouver, (Alaska), Vancouver"
I believe the cruise(s) is at the end of the Queen Elizabeth's Grand Voyage and all three cruises have slightly different itineraries.

If I'm wrong someone will correct me
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#17
London
9 Posts
Joined Jul 2016
Just got an e-mail from Cunard. 2019 voyages go on sale to World Club members at 8 am on 14 September and to everyone else the next day. You can register an interest from 8 am on Tuesday 5 September.

There are some interesting itineraries there. I like the look of several. Decisions, decisions !

Daisy
#18
UK
1,956 Posts
Joined Jun 2009
Originally posted by DaisyDancer
Just got an e-mail from Cunard. 2019 voyages go on sale to World Club members at 8 am on 14 September and to everyone else the next day. You can register an interest from 8 am on Tuesday 5 September.

There are some interesting itineraries there. I like the look of several. Decisions, decisions !

Daisy
I know, and just when I was thinking of straying from Cunard
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#19
32 Posts
Joined Aug 2014
Originally posted by Camgirl
Oh no!

My son and his fiancee are hoping for a med cruise for their honeymoon in 2019. Looks like they may have to go to a different line.

I wonder why it is so heavily based on northern ports?
I was also hoping for a Med cruise and I'm surprised not to see any at all for the six week holiday period, which I'm constrained to.
#20
East Lancashire
2,616 Posts
Joined Feb 2007
Originally posted by minz56
Wow, there is much less emphasis on the Mediterranean.
Originally posted by Host Hattie
They look very different than recent years, lots of choice for those who like Northern Europe !
A question is, does this have anything to do with Brexit or all of the recent problems in the med?
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