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Cunard Announces Line-Up For 2019 Transatlantic Fashion Week

Cunard has announced the line-up for its fourth annual Transatlantic Fashion Week Crossing, taking place July 28 to August 4, 2019. The post Cunard Announces Line-Up For 2019 Transatlantic Fashion Week appeared first on Avid Cruiser.
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Cunard 2020 Alaska Voyages

Cunard will spend a full season in Alaska from June through to September in 2020 on the newly-refurbished ship, Queen Elizabeth. Cunard is making its return to Alaska in May 2019, after a twenty-year break.  The post Cunard 2020 Alaska Voyages appeared first on Avid Cruiser.
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Cunard Commemorates 75th D-Day Anniversary

Cunard is partnering again with The Greatest Generations Foundation to pay tribute to six heroes of World War II. The post Cunard Commemorates 75th D-Day Anniversary appeared first on Avid Cruiser.
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Cunard Offers Black Friday Savings

Luxury cruise line Cunard is offering travelers Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions, available on select 2019 voyages all over the world. The post Cunard Offers Black Friday Savings appeared first on Avid Cruiser.
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Cunard Unveils 2019 Alaska Shore Excursions

Queen Elizabeth will sail four 10-night Alaska voyages roundtrip from Vancouver, with port calls in Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, and more. The post Cunard Unveils 2019 Alaska Shore Excursions appeared first on Avid Cruiser.
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Queen Victoria Naming Highlights

Highlights from the naming ceremony in Southampton of Cunard Line's newest ocean liner, Queen Victoria.
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Cunard Line Launches Queen Victoria

Cunard Line launched a new queen this week in Southampton, England. The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, and The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles, attended a regal ceremony to launch Cunard Line's new $500 million Queen Victoria, a 90,000 ton, 2,014 passenger ocean liner. The Duchess of Cornwall performed the official naming of the ship as part of a colorful and regal ceremony. More than 2,000 VIP guests, celebrities and dignitaries observed the ceremony (including The Avid Cruiser) in a marquee auditorium shoreside at the ship's bow, while several hundred people followed the ceremony on a large screen in a nearby park.
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