Many cruise fans would say that Cunard offer the essence of cruising, being one of the oldest and most traditional lines in the business. With years of experience under their belt, Cunard has explored destinations all over the world, and yet they still manage to please guests by bringing in something new with every season. Read on to find out about the highlights of Cunard’s summer 2020 season.

 

 

 

Extra Time in Port

 

One common remark among cruisers all over is that they don’t have enough time to explore some of the ports they visit. Understanding this, Cunard has resolved to offer guests a longer time in a number of ports on various itineraries. In summer 2020 there will be:

  • More evening departures (the ship will leave port at 9 pm or after)
  • In cities including Hamburg, Juneau, Malaga, and Boston to name a few, guests will have more time to see everything they want to. Whether this be taking in an extra museum, heading to a local restaurant to sample the best food in town, or spending time in a bierkeller with a pilsner or two.

     

     

  • More two-day calls in port
  • Cunard will also be including more overnight stays in port; enabling guests to see a city over two days including some of the nightlife should they wish to. This will be the case for Barcelona, Reykjavik, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, St Petersburg, Singapore, and Quebec on some itineraries. This will mean guests can explore Hong Kong’s infamous Temple Street night market at ease, or take in an evening ballet or opera at the stunning Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg.

     

    More New York Round Trip Cruises

     

    New York is among the most popular cities to visit in the world and is home to many of the most recognisable landmarks. The city has long been an important port to Cunard; a cruise line known for their transatlantic crossings. In addition to these voyages, summer 2020 with Cunard will see more itineraries beginning and ending in New York, making it easier for cruisers to see more of the city. Simply add on a hotel stay at the start or end of your cruise, and have more time to see everything on your list.

     

     

     

    8 New Ports

     

    The upcoming season will also include no less than eight fabulous new ports for Cunard;

     

  • Ishigaki – a scenic Japanese island situated near to Taiwan
  • Jakarta – the vibrant Indonesian capital
  • Seward – an Alaskan haven of wildlife and forestry
  • Tokyo – Japan’s city of modernity and lights
  • Ringaskiddy – a pretty and historic Irish fishing village
  • Kushiro – a peaceful city found on Japan’s north island
  • Nordfjordeid – home to a magnificent glacier and authentic Viking history
  • Bornholm – this Danish island is both tranquil and rugged
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    Take a look at the range of summer 2020 Cunard cruises, and decide where you will discover in style next.