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A Cunard Voyage from the Far East to Alaska

20 Nights | 13 May 2020 | Queen Elizabeth

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  • Inside fr £2,499pp
  • Outside fr £2,799pp
  • Balcony fr £3,299pp
  • Grill Suite fr £6,199pp
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  • day 1
    Tokyo

    Begin your holiday with a 2nt stay in a 4* Tokyo hotel.

  • day 2
    Tokyo

    Continue Hotel stay in Tokyo

  • day 3
    Tokyo

    Embark your ship - Queen Elizabeth

  • day 4
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 5
    Hakodate

    Hakodate is a historical city surrounded by stunning landscapes and an abundance of tourist attractions. The port boasts colonial influence, evident in its Victorian inspired churches and architectures. For nature lovers take a trip up to Mount Hakodate and catch a cable car enjoying the panoramic views of the city and volcanoes. Motomachi is the city's historic district and houses many historical buildings, museums, churches and public halls. The Port of Hakodate is surrounded by Red Brick Warehouses, constructed in the late Meiji era and now home to a number of fresh seafood restaurants.

  • day 6
    Otaru

    Otaru

  • day 7
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 8
    Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

    Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

  • day 9
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 10
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 11
    At Sea (Crossing the International Date Line)

    At Sea (Crossing the International Date Line)

  • day 12
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 13
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 14
    Kodiak

    Known as Alaska’s Emerald Isle due to its magnificent green summers, Kodiak offers an abundance of wildlife, some of the best sport fishing in the world, and stunning scenery. Explore the heritage of the native Alutiiq people at the museum, go nature-watching and spot the famous Kodiak brown bear, or meet the locals in one of the lively bars.

  • day 15
    Anchorage

    Anchorage is the place where young spirits and adventurous souls come to play. Don’t leave without seeing the famous Alaskan wildlife, its spectacular mountain vistas, fascinating cultures and icy blue glaciers. Metropolitan luxuries mix with unrivaled natural wonders to make Anchorage an unforgettable destination.

  • day 16
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 17
    Hubbard Glacier

    The Hubbard Glacier is a spectacular picturesque sight. Rising form the icy waters, this magnificent glacier enchants and intrigues passing visitors. Over 6 miles wide and 400 years old, this impressive natural wonder reflects beautifully over the deep blue waters surrounding it.

  • day 18
    Juneau

    Juneau is completely surrounded by nature, stunning towering mountains and the waters of Gastineau Channel. This town is not accessible by road which gives it an air of secrecy and charm. Juneau offers an amazingly wide range of activities, including whale watching, zip lining, fishing and dining in one of the Wild West themed restaurants. Visit Mendenhall, a magnificent 12 mile long river of ice for spectacular views of this dramatic scenery.

  • day 19
    At Sea

    At Sea

  • day 20
    Inside Passage (scenic cruising)

    Inside Passage (scenic cruising)

  • day 21
    Vancouver

    Disembark your ship - Queen Elizabeth
    Cradled between the ocean and snow-capped mountains, its idyllic waterfront is dotted with fine beaches and it has an abundance of parkland, which is why not surprisingly it routinely tops those lists of the world's greatest places to live. You’ll find a world-class museum, a symphony orchestra, opera, theatre and cutting-edge dance companies and the produce from the local vineyards is well worth a look in to.

Your Home at Sea

When Her Majesty the Queen conducted the naming ceremony in her own honour in October 2010, she continued a marvellously regal formal cruising tradition. Cunard has maintained all the refined styling, amenities and service associated with the Golden Era of cruise sailing and added modern facilities, leisure and entertainment opportunities. Stunning accommodation and the most exceptional fine dining you’ll ever experience at sea are highlights of the glorious Queen Elizabeth cruise ship. Dance in the grand ballroom, enjoy afternoon tea served by white-gloved waiters, watch extravagant stage shows in opulent theatre surroundings or simply relax and revitalise beside one of the two lovely pool areas.

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Queen Elizabeth

Facilities on board

  • Royal Court Theatre with private boxes
  • Garden Lounge - Inspired by Kew Gardens
  • Royal Spa
  • Luxury cabins, some with butler service
  • A selection of casual eateries
  • Several lounges and entertainment areas
  • Tonnage 90,400
  • Passenger capacity 2,092
  • Total Crew 1,020
  • Total Cabins 1,046
  • Decks 12

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AWARD-WINNING

  • We are proud of our awards – notably from the two leading British cruise lines.
  • ‘Tour Operator of the Year’ for Cunard Line.
  • ‘Tour Operator of the Year’ for P& O Cruises.
  • UK Cruise Awards 2012 & 13 as well as Agent Achievement Awards 2014.
  • UK CRUISE AWARDS WINNER 2012 & 2013
  • UK CRUISE AWARDS WINNER 2012 & 2013