Cunard has unveiled details for some of its major voyages for 2014, including the tenth anniversary season for the Queen Mary 2.
The famous vessel will start her 2014 schedule with a 119-night voyage around Africa and the east, ending with calls at various ports around Australia. This will mark a return to Australia for the ocean liner after its inaugural circumnavigation of the country earlier this year.
The Queen Elizabeth will be embarking on a 118-night Round World trip taking in 40 different ports of call across 23 countries - including the ship's first ever stop off in Japan. Maiden calls will also be made at Shanghai, Pusan in South Korea and Aqaba, which is close to Petra in Jordan.
Finally, the Queen Victoria will undertake a 116-nightvoyage around South America, travelling from Brazil to Chile before heading to New Zealand and returning to the UK. Eight maiden calls will be made for the vessel, including Rio, Buenos Aires, Easter Island and Moorea in French Polynesia.
Peter Shanks, president of Cunard, said that these world voyages continue to grow in demand with passengers.
"For 2014, we have Queen Victoria undertaking her first ever South American voyage around Cape Horn, while Queen Mary 2, celebrates her 10th anniversary with a full circumnavigation of Australia, building on the huge popularity of this circle sector with our guests this year," he said.
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