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Cruise Information

Immerse yourself in a land of forest and water, where ancient wooden houses decorate the streets, waterfalls spill from verdant gullies, and soaring mountains reflect in mirror-like fjords.
With a variety of locations to choose from on board, our well-appointed inside staterooms are a haven of comfort and style during your voyage.
Designed to be perfect in form and function, each inside stateroom brings together the best in comfort and convenience. Recharge and relax on your Cunarder bed draped in sumptuous linen, while reading a gripping novel, watching your favorite film, or recalling the highlights of your voyage so far. Get ready for the day or your evening out with an invigorating shower, complemented by an array of luxury Penhaligon’s toiletries.
With complimentary robes and slippers, tea and coffee service, and the option for a special breakfast in bed, take advantage of leisurely mornings relaxing in your stateroom. No matter what you choose, you will delight in the service of your attentive steward, who is on hand to ensure all the finer details are taken care of. 


What’s Included:
Main Dining
Evening Performances
Live Music
Children’s Facilities
Traditional Afternoon Tea
Gala evenings
Sporting Activities
Art Gallery

Pricing per person based on double occupancy: 


Britannia inside Stateroom starting at $1399.00
Britannia Ocean view Stateroom starting at $1799.00
Britannia Balcony stateroom starting at $2629.00
Princess Grill Suites starting at $6689.00

Cruise sails June 6th to June 18th. 


Rates are per person, cruise only. Air, insurance and transfers are additional. Government fees and taxes are $136.45 per person and fuel charge may be additional per person. Travel insurance is highly recommended. Not responsible for publishing/printing errors.



Itineraries are subject to change; port sequence, scheduled time, and/or day.  For the most updated cruise information, please visit
Passports are required and must be valid for six months after return date.


Located in the picturesque English county of Hampshire, Southampton is a vibrant waterfront city, serviced by direct trains to London, an airport, and an international cruise terminal. Explore the city’s maritime heritage and links to RMS Titanic in the Sea City Museum, see contemporary British art in the Cultural Quarter, or walk the medieval walls in the Old Town, paying a visit to the Tudor House and Garden. Further afield you will find The New Forest National Park, Winchester Cathedral, Stonehenge, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and the Isle of Wight, while the city’s thriving craft beer and culinary scene will leave you spoilt for choice when hunger strikes. 

Day 2 AT SEA
Enjoy some live music or visit the art gallery at your leisure.

Haugesund stands proudly on Norway’s southwest shore, where the icy fjords flow out into the North Sea. Breathtaking scenery and world-class views are the main ingredients of this dramatic coastline. Sheer cliffs and rolling meadows adorn the silent inlets of Haugesund, while nearby you’ll find striking rock formations and experience the thunder of tall waterfalls.

Enjoy the company of new friends or participate in one of the many sporting activities offered.

The Lofoten Islands can be found north of the Arctic Circle, a region famed for dramatic landscapes and Viking ancestry. Of the six prominent islands that occupy the Lofotens, Leknes lies in the municipality of Vestvågøy, and it’s here, against the backdrop of soaring mountains and salt-white beaches, that voyages with Cunard call. Visit the Sund Museum to learn about local life and observe blacksmiths at work. Discover the Ice Bar and Gallery in Svolvær, and explore picturesque fishing hamlets such as Nusfjord and Henningsvær. Arrival by boat is the most enchanting way to approach Leknes, and the journey delivers on its promise of spectacular scenery.

At Tromso, you’re nearly 250 miles inside the Arctic Circle. Clues to your location are everywhere; the bars are fully stocked with Arctic Beer and the Arctic Cathedral resembles a geometric glacier. Tromso features the Polaria Arctic Center, where the exhibits recreate a polar bear den and an Arctic snowstorm. You might experience them for real from the cable cars that climb Mount Storsteinen.

Find yourself exploring this majestic city on the water before departing in the afternoon to North Cape. 

Day 8 AT SEA 


Explore regal pomp and ceremony, Norwegian style. The wooden Stiftsgarden is the city’s official royal residence and monarchs are still being crowned here under the Nidaros Cathedral’s gleaming spire. You can also ride the quaint sightseeing streetcars, or visit the open-air folk museums, a working ski jump, or the famous Lokken Copper Mines.

Ship sails to Geirangerfjod, Norway on the way to Sunnylvsfjorden, Norway and Storfjorden, Norway.
Sailing Norway’s epic Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a notable experience. The sea inlet is surrounded by glacial cliffs with luscious green slopes in the county of Møre og Romsdal. Picturesque to a fault, Geirangerfjord has inspired folklore, fairy-tales and films for centuries. Disney's animated film Frozen took many visual cues from this wonderland of waterfalls and fjords.
This wonderful stage of your sailing itinerary takes you through, and into, some of Norway’s cherished glacier-carved scenery and beautiful natural features, with plenty of historical sites en route.
Village stop Hellesylt allows for further exploration to a famous waterfall, an up-close encounter with a glacier and the beauty of Jostedal Glacier National Park. 


Day 11 AT SEA 

Enjoy your last full day on board the ship. 


Your cruise disembarkation day.

Ship Information

Ship: Queen Victoria


Queen Victoria is known for her elegance and her graceful splendour. Her unique facilities are amongst the most modern you will find and yet she has a special ambience so evocative of great liners past. With luxurious marbles, woods and rich fabrics she exudes elegance and is adored by her crew and passengers alike. 


Ship offers: 



• Queens Grill Restaurant 

• Princess Grill Restaurant 

• Britannia Restaurant 

• Lido Restaurant 

• Verandah Restaurant 



• The Golden Lion 

• The Commodore Club 

• Hemisphere 

• Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar 

• Café Carinthia 

• Chart Room 

• Queens Room with Royal Night Theme Balls 

• Hemispheres Night Club 

• Karaoke 

• Wine Lectures & Tastings 

• Wine Dinners 



• Clarendon Fine Art 

• Cunardia Museum 

• Book Shop 

• Image Photo Gallery 

• Royal Arcade 

• Golf 

• Deck Sports  

• Sports Court 

• Fencing 

• Sports24 

• The Royal Spa 

• Swimming Pools 

• Gymnasium 

• Fitness Class 

• Afternoon Tea 

• Empire Casino 

• Library 

• Quizzes 

• Movies 

• Royale Court Theatre 

• Movies/Cinema 

• Cunard Insights Speaker Series 

• Book Club 

• Cunard ConneXions 

• The Night Nursery (Children 12 months to 23 months) 

• The Play Zone (Children 1-7 years of age) 

• The Kids Zone (Children 8 to 12 years of age) 

• The Teen Zone (Teens 12 to 17 years of age) 



• Queens Grill Suites 

• Princess Grill Suites 

• Britannia Balcony Stateroom 

• Britannia Oceanview Stateroom 

• Britannia Inside Stateroom 


Cruise amenities may change and are at the discretion of the cruise line. Global Connections is not responsible for errors or omissions. Ask your Travel Agent for ship details at time of booking.