Queen Anne is the latest cruise ship in the Cunard Cruises fleet sailing from 2024. Cunard’s Queen Anne will offer fans of the White Star Line and new cruisers alike luxury voyages as only Cunard can, where traditional ocean travel meets the modern world of cruise. Offering extraordinary entertainment in the Royal Court Theatre and Bright Lights Society, alongside other highlights such as the decadent Afternoon Tea and sumptuous Mareel Wellness & Beauty, you’re guaranteed a magical cruise onboard Queen Anne.
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As well as the swimming pools and deck games, such as mini golf and table tennis, kids can make friends with others their own age at Cunard Queen Anne’s onboard kids and teens clubs.
Cunard Queen Anne boasts a main pool area and aft pool deck, both of which come complete with poolside bar and grill, 2 hot tubs each and plenty of sun loungers to make a day of it under the sun. In addition, the spa also has a hydropool to soothe your body after along day exploring yesterday’s port of call.
As well as the iconic Queens and Princess Grills, High Afternoon Teas and the staple buffet, if you don’t want to dress up too fancy, Cunard Queen Anne is a true foodies' cruise ship, also featuring a number of new restaurants such as Pan-Asian, Mediterranean and Steakhouse dining venues.
Of course, either side of dinner aboard Queen Anne the main theatre venue is the place to be for top performances, from singing and dancing to live comedy. Meanwhile, during the day, you’re sure to make friends with like minded guests at dance and craft classes. You could also simply relax in the exclusive Mareel Wellness & Beauty Spa, featuring top of the line spa and fitness facilities!
You’ll find all the top bar venues that make Cunard Queen Anne’s sister ships so popular, from Churchill’s Cigar Lounge and the Golden Lion pub to sophisticated cocktail bars and comfy lounges for a classic gin and tonic.