Cunard World Voyage 2018: Queen Elizabeth itinerary

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Cunard Line’s Queen Elizabeth is sailing around the world on her annual World Voyage. Below is her scheduled itinerary for the entire 122 nights.

Queen Elizabeth’s full 122-night World Voyage takes her on a wonderful westbound circumnavigation of the globe. She will leave Southampton crossing the Atlantic Ocean before stopping in North America. She will then make her way down the East Coast and then pass through the famous Panama Canal.

This voyage offers a once-in-a-lifetime array of sights of some of the world’s greatest cities and their landmarks from the sea; sail under the Golden Gate Bridge, glide gracefully past Sydney Opera House, spend a day travelling through the breathtaking Inland Sea in Japan and gaze upon majestic Table Mountain as the ship approaches Cape Town.

Weaving together the Americas, Australasia, Asia and Africa she pauses in 39 ports in 25 separate countries, six of these for the very first time.

You can also view a live webcam from Queen Elizabeth for the duration of her voyage.



DateNight #Location
January 7th1Southampton
January 8th2Sea
January 9th3Sea
January 10th4Sea
January 11th5Sea
January 12th6Sea
January 13th7Sea
January 14th8Hamilton, Bermuda
January 15th9Sea
January 16th10New York, USA
January 17th11New York, USA
January 18th12Sea
January 19th13Sea
January 20th14Fort Lauderdale, Florida
January 21st15Sea
January 22nd16Ocho Rios, Jamaica
January 23rd17Sea
January 24th18Oranjestad, Aruba
January 25th19Sea
January 26th20Panama Canal
January 27th21Sea
January 28th22Sea
January 29th23Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala
January 30th24Sea
January 31st25Sea
February 1st26Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
February 2nd27Sea
February 3rd28Sea
February 4th29San Francisco, California
February 5th30San Francisco, California
February 6th31Sea
February 7th32Sea
February 8th33Sea
February 9th34Sea
February 10th35Honolulu, Hawaii
February 11th36Sea
February 12th37Sea
February 13th38Sea
February 14th39Sea
February 15th40Bora Bora, French Polynesia
February 16th41Papeete, Tahiti
February 17th42Moorea, French Polynesia
February 18th43Sea
February 19th-Cross International Dateline
February 20th44Sea
February 21st45Sea
February 22nd46Sea
February 23rd47Auckland, New Zealand
February 24th48Bay of Islands, New Zealand
February 25th49Sea
February 26th50Sea
February 27th51Sydney, Australia
February 28th52Sydney, Australia
March 1st53Newcastle, Australia
March 2nd54Sea
March 3rd55Brisbane, Australia
March 4th56Sea
March 5th57Sea
March 6th58Sea
March 7th59Rabaul, Papua New Guinea
March 8th60Sea
March 9th61Sea
March 10th62Sea
March 11th63Sea
March 12th64Sea
March 13th65Okinawa, Japan
March 14th66Sea
March 15th67Osaka, Japan
March 16th68Osaka, Japan
March 17th69Hiroshima, Japan
March 18th70Sea
March 19th71Kagoshima, Japan
March 20th72Busan, South Korea
March 21st73Sea
March 22nd74Osaka, Japan
March 23rd75Sea
March 24th76Nagasaki, Japan
March 25th77Sea
March 26th78Shanghai, China
March 27th79Sea
March 28th80Xiamen, China
March 29th81Sea
March 30th82Hong Kong, China
March 31st83Hong Kong, China
April 1st84Sea
April 2nd85Sea
April 3rd86Sea
April 4th87Singapore
April 5th88Malacca
April 6th89Penang, Malaysia
April 7th90Sea
April 8th91Sea
April 9th92Colombo, Sri Lanka
April 10th93Sea
April 11th94Sea
April 12th95Sea
April 13th96Port Victoria, Seychelles
April 14th97Sea
April 15th98Sea
April 16th99Port Louis, Mauritius
April 17th100Reunion
April 18th101Sea
April 19th102Sea
April 20th103Sea
April 21st104Port Elizabeth, South Africa
April 22nd105Sea
April 23rd106Cape Town, South Africa
April 24th107Cape Town, South Africa
April 25th108Sea
April 26th109Walvis Bay, Namibia
April 27th110Sea
April 28th111Sea
April 29th112Sea
April 30th113Sea
May 1st114Sea
May 2nd115Sea
May 3rd116Sea
May 4th117Sea
May 5th118Tenerife
May 6th119Funchal, Madeira
May 7th120Sea
May 8th121Sea
May 9th122Sea
May 10th-Southampton
Cunard Line's Queen Elizabeth at Sea

Cunard Line’s Queen Elizabeth at Sea

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