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Cunard announced its World of Adventure Sale featuring fares from $999 pp, as well as free drinks and free gratuities for Grill Suite guests on select 2019 Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth voyages.

The offer applies to journeys ranging from five to 50 nights sailing to destinations in Africa, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Northern Europe, and the Pacific Coast, plus transatlantic voyages. The sale also gives travelers the opportunity to reserve their space for Cunard’s return to Alaska on Queen Elizabeth, including the ship’s voyage from Japan to Alaska in May 2019 and 10-night roundtrip voyages out of Vancouver in May and June. These sailings feature calls in Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Icy Strait Point and Victoria, and include close-up views of the Inside Passage, the Tracy Arm Fjord, and the Hubbard Glacier.

The World of Adventure Sale is available now through Jan. 31, 2019 and applies to new bookings only. A sampling of voyages include Queen Mary 2’s signature 7-night Transatlantic Crossing between New York and London with rates starting from $999 pp dbl; Queen Elizabeth’s 15-night itinerary sailing down North America’s West Coast from Vancouver to Los Angeles with rates from $2,559 pp dbl; and Queen Victoria’s 21-night repositioning voyage from San Francisco to Sydney starting from $3,499 pp dbl.

The free drinks package and the free gratuities offers are applicable to guests booking a Princess Grill or Queens Grill Suite. The Grills provide an upgraded level of personal service and feature the Grills Lounge and Grills Terrace, a private concierge, and single-seating dining in the Princess or Queens Grill restaurants, plus an array of other amenities.

For more information, visit cunard.com, and for clients who like to stay active and healthy while on a cruising vacation, check out Fitness Afloat.

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