Tour the next generation Cunarder with this photographic book!

Queen Anne is Cunard’s newest ship, the first ship built in over a decade and the 249th ship to wear the Cunard colours.

Entering service in May 2024, Queen Anne is the 2nd largest Cunard ship in their history and elevates the brand to a new and modern audience, combining an exciting interior design with classic elements of Cunard’s heritage including the iconic Queens Room Ballroom, Golden Lion Pub and Britannia Restaurant.

Built at Fincantieri, Italy, the ship is of great interest to Cunard loyalists and cruise fans alike, with the maiden voyage selling out in record time.

This full-colour book, the latest in this successful series, allows people around the world to experience the latest Cunarder from the comfort of their own homes, a perfect souvenir for travellers, as well as being a fantastic coffee-table feature for anyone with a love of ships and the sea.

Special Features:

  • Written by renowned Cunard historians,
  • A Captain’s Perspective by Inger Thorhauge the ship’s first master,
  • A foreword by Katie McAlister, President of Cunard,
  • Never before published photos of Queen Anne’s interior.

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About the Authors:

Maritime historians Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross share a passion for passenger ships and cruising, having written 18 books and countless articles on historic and modern-day passenger ships. Both authors have appeared on television news as subject matter experts, covering maritime history and cruising. Chris Frame has regularly featured as a history expert on TV and radio including the BBC, Sky News, Channel 5 and ABC News and LBC 97.3. The authors have many books for The History Press including titles in The Photographic Journey series and the Story Series, as well as other popular titles including A Photographic History of P&O CruisesA Photographic History of the Orient Line180 Years of Cunard and The Evolution of The Passenger Ship.