Queen Anne

Queen Anne is Cunard’s newest ship, handed over to Cunard Line on 19 April 2024. She is the 249th vessel built for Cunard, and her delivery to Cunard in 2024 represents the first time since 1999 that Cunard has had four ships in their fleet. Built by Fincantieri in Italy, Queen Anne is larger than Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth and will carry more passengers than any Cunarder currently in service, including flagship Queen Mary 2.

Cunard President Katie McAlister Said:

We are so excited to welcome Queen Anne to our fleet as she completes a remarkable quartet alongside Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth, and Queen Victoria – marking the first time since 1999 that Cunard will have four ships in simultaneous service. We are now fully focused on readying her to welcome guests for her maiden voyage on 3 May before she embarks on an historic British Isles Festival Voyage, including a momentous Naming Ceremony in Cunard’s spiritual home of Liverpool on 3 June.

Welcome Queen Anne

Queen Anne set sail on her Maiden Voyage on 3 May 2024 and Chris Frame was aboard as the ship’s first insights speaker. Learn what the ship looks like inside with this tour of the ship videoed during a special preview event held in Southampton on 1 May 2024.