The luxury cruise line, Cunard Line, has unveiled its cruise program for 2013. A program of cruises that offer a wide range of outputs through its three main vessels: the Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth. In total there will be more than a hundred cruises that visit a total of 99 ports to 35 countries.
In 2013 the number of overnight stays in port will be one of the factors that draw the attention on Cunard cruises.
Queen Mary 2 Cruise 2013
The Queen Mary 2 will continue as in the past year making transatlantic crossings between New York and Southampton. An itinerary in this 2012 more than ever to remember that one day could have made the Titanic, and now somehow be revived on board one of the ships of today that more could resemble the legendary Titanic. In total, the Queen Mary 2 will carry up to 17 transatlantic crossings between these two emblematic ports from May 2013 and early January 2014. In addition to these crossings will also conduct cruises in Northern Europe, Caribbean and New England cruises to Canada.
2013 Queen Victoria Cruises
Meanwhile the Queen Victoria will be for much of the season doing cruises in Northern Europe, and then navigate the Mediterranean and the Atlantic area, Iberian Peninsula and northern Morocco. Travel through the Mediterranean will be a highlight in 2013 for Queen Victoria. Routes 12 to 17 days and a super cruise of 24 days in the itinerary including places like the Black Sea and the Turkish coast.
Cruise 2013 Queen Elisabeth
The Queen Elisabeth in 2013 come to the coast of Iceland in its popular Norwegian fjord cruises. Also positioned in the Mediterranean Sea, embarking passengers by the major Mediterranean ports such as Rome-Civitavecchia, Venice and Piraeus in Athens.
As you can see a full program of cruises that cover the main cruise destinations in the world.
Also positioned in the Mediterranean Sea, embarking passengers by the major Mediterranean ports such as Rome-Civitavecchia, Venice and Piraeus in Athens.