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Cunard offers half and half world cruises in 2014

With all three Cunard ships exploring the globe in the early months of 2014, guests are being offered the opportunity to take two halves to create a a two-ship World Voyage.

There are three combinations in all, and each completes a full world voyage from Southampton.

Any of the three ships can be boarded for the sailing down to Sydney, then there can be a period of nine, 12 or 14-days before the chosen return voyage departs, giving time for guests to visit friends and family, or to explore Australia more widely.

The homeward voyage from Sydney can be either with Queen Mary 2 via the Orient, Arabia and the Mediterranean, or aboard Queen Victoria, travelling in the opposite direction, port-hopping along the east coast of New Zealand before crossing the Pacific, passing through the Panama Canal and sailing Transatlantic back to Southampton.

Posted on 14th August 2012 at 04:55 pm in Cruise News | Cruise Lines | Cunard Line |

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