Cunard is building a new ship – Queen Anne – due to enter the fleet in early 2024. Under construction at Fincantieri in Italy, the ship was delayed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, however work is now well underway on the newest member of the Cunard fleet. Queen Anne will be larger than Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth and carry more passengers than any Cunarder currently in service, including flagship Queen Mary 2. The ship will be the 249th vessel to operate for Cunard.
Cunard says Queen Anne will:
“Share her sisters’ iconic livery and red funnels, our new ship will carry up to 3,000 guests. Distinctive Cunard signatures and new experiences await on board and we’re looking forward to sharing the exciting details.”
Naming a Cunard Queen
Note: Images provided courtesy Cunard. Internals are conceptual only.