Due to grace the seas in early 2024, Cunard’s 249th ship extends the Line for future generations. Queen Anne will make up a remarkable quartet alongside Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth.
The name ‘Queen Anne’ celebrates Cunard’s rich heritage, royal history, and refined status – joining a luxury contemporary fleet now honouring the names of each Queen Regnant over the last millennium.
Their close relationship with the British monarchy is a key part of their heritage, and they pride themselves on a history that is closely interwoven with that of the nation. A fitting name for the fourth in a fleet of prestigious queens, Queen Anne was chosen because of the monarch’s many merits.
Reigning between the years of 1702 and 1714, in just twelve short years Queen Anne achieved a great deal, including the unification of Great Britain and pushing forward the boundaries of arts and education, enabling great progress and change. An often overlooked and even mistreated sovereign, Queen Anne was indeed an accomplished and dedicated woman. Well-loved by the people, she was an example of true grace and refinement. Two qualities that are emulated by her namesake, their fourth ship.
On board Queen Anne, Cunard’s newly designed much-loved signature spaces from across the fleet return, and she also introduces new experiences across dining, culture, and entertainment. Guests will feel inspired by the blend of old and new. Together with a team of World-renowned designers, they have created a ship designed with distinction, and reimagined the voyage experience.
For over 180 years Cunard have set the bar, and then raised it, continually refining the definitive experience of ocean travel. From this spirit comes the finest ship of its era. A ship inspired by their past and built for their future. They look forward to welcoming guests on board Queen Anne.