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Hong Kong to Southampton(Centenary World Voyage) Cruise

  • Departure DateThu 23rd Feb 2023
  • Cunard Queen Mary 2
  • 59 Night Cruise From Hong Kong
  • Fly Cruise From £6,929 pp

Itinerary

  • Hong Kong
  • Bitung
  • Darwin, Australia
  • Airlie Beach
  • Brisbane
  • Sydney
  • Melbourne
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Adelaide
  • Busselton
  • Fremantle
  • Port Louis
  • Le Port
  • Durban
  • Port Elizabeth, South Africa
  • Cape Town
  • Walvis Bay
  • Tenerife
  • Southampton

What's Included

  • Luxurious & comfortable staterooms on board The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World®
  • A stunning selection of White Star dining, bars and lounges
  • A selection of Drinks Package Options available to purchase
  • 24-hour room service
  • Butler Service for Queens Grill Suites
  • Additional amenities for Queens & Princess Grill guests including Concierge Service, in-suite dining, personalised stationery, priority embarkation & access to the Grills Lounge & Terrace
  • Complimentary shuttle buses between the ship and local transport hubs
  • Signature afternoon tea, served daily by white-gloved waiters in the Queen's Room
  • SAIL WITH CONFIDENCE - Flexible transfer and cancellation policy & Future Cruise Credit Guarantee
  • ABTA & ATOL Protection
  • All Port Taxes & Fees

Prices from pp

TypeInteriorOcean ViewBalconySuite
Cruise Only
£6,529
£8,999
£9,099
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Fly Cruise
£6,929
£9,399
£9,499
Call

Cruise Only - price based on cruise only, call to add flights from your regional airport.
Fly Cruise - flights are included, call to discuss flights from your regional airport, flight supplements may apply.
Voyage Code: M306B

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Day 1 - Hong Kong

Arrive: Thu 23 February 2023 / Depart: Thu 23 February 2023

Hong Kong is a paradigm of contradictions. On the one hand the city vibrates with modern commerce, soaring skyscrapers and sophistication. But at the same time it is a land of ancient beliefs and intriguing local customs: small, gilded shrines glow with red lamps, joss sticks and fresh oranges; markets are heaped high with salted eggs, squid and every kind of medicinal root and herbal remedy imaginable; red-sailed junks and sampans ply the harbour. For shoppers, no city in the world can compare to this non-stop bazaar. And epicures will also find their nirvana. There are ethnic cuisines from all over China: Cantonese dim sum, crispy Peking duck and spicy Szechwan dishes.

Day 2 - At Sea

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Day 5 - Bitung

Arrive: Mon 27 February 2023 / Depart: Mon 27 February 2023

On the north coast of the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia lies Bitung, known for its incredibly vibrant, varied and often-bizarre marine life that thrives in its coastal waters. Nature lovers are welcome! Your guide to Bitung. From bustling cities to awe-inspiring landscapes, the Indonesian port of Bitung is the gateway to northern Sulawesi’s abundant wonders, including its provincial capital Manado. Fringed by fauna cloaked mountains, Manado is a gastronomic paradise with dining spots turning out aromatic delicacies and beach bars coupling cocktails with salty ocean views. Pick up a souvenir from the seafront arcade, try island-fished tuna (with eye-wateringly hot sambal) and admire the architectural contrasts of colonial Dutch buildings and ancient Buddhist temples. Further afield you’ll encounter the black and white sands of Lembeh Island, the waruga stone graves of Airmadidi Village and the mangrove forests of Tangkoko Nature Reserve.

Day 6 - At Sea

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Day 8 - Darwin, Australia

Arrive: Thu 02 March 2023 / Depart: Thu 02 March 2023

Situated on the remote northern shores of Australia’s ‘Top End,’ balmy Darwin has matured from its early days as a true frontier settlement to become a welcoming, lively and multicultural modern city. Your guide to Darwin. Darwin is a thriving, multifaceted city and capital of Australia's Northern Territory - one of the most remote and sparsely populated regions in the country. Built on the Timor Sea, the city is the gateway to some of Northern Australia’s most striking natural scenery, while its proximity to South East Asia has fuelled Darwin’s status as a bridge between the country and neighbouring Indonesia. Colossal mountains, verdant grasslands and sprawling national parks surround Darwin’s bustling urban centre, while characterful taverns, unique cultural attractions and a fabulous assortment of fresh fish restaurants reinforce the city’s welcoming, congenial feel.

Day 9 - At Sea

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Day 12 - Airlie Beach

Arrive: Mon 06 March 2023 / Depart: Mon 06 March 2023

Discover the history and sightseeing highlights of this charming beachside town. Your coach will take you to the Proserpine Historical Museum, where you’ll delve into the legacy of the region’s sugar and cattle industries, as well as viewing a ‘Digger’ vintage steam locomotive that was used in the sugar fields during WWI. Then you’ll take in the highlights of this developing area, pausing at the Harbour Lookout for stunning panoramic views, and concluding with refreshments at the Whitsunday Sailing Club.

Day 13 - At Sea

Day 14 - Brisbane

Arrive: Wed 08 March 2023 / Depart: Wed 08 March 2023

Come face to face with koalas, kangaroos and wombats on tours from this laid-back city. Wander in botanical gardens and enjoy people-watching from a cafe on the Brisbane River.

Day 15 - At Sea

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Day 17 - Sydney

Arrive: Sat 11 March 2023

Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world”. James Michener wrote, “It is a thing of beauty, a fairy-tale body of water”. With an area that sprawls 670 square miles, Sydney is one of the largest cities in the world. But it's the exquisite Sydney Harbour that draws world-wide acclaim – that, along with its magnificent Opera House. And with nearly three days, you'll have plenty of time to go exploring.

Day 18 - Sydney

Depart: Sun 12 March 2023

Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world”. James Michener wrote, “It is a thing of beauty, a fairy-tale body of water”. With an area that sprawls 670 square miles, Sydney is one of the largest cities in the world. But it's the exquisite Sydney Harbour that draws world-wide acclaim – that, along with its magnificent Opera House. And with nearly three days, you'll have plenty of time to go exploring.

Day 19 - At Sea

Day 20 - Melbourne

Arrive: Tue 14 March 2023 / Depart: Tue 14 March 2023

Flower gardens and graceful, tree-lined boulevards add a refined air to Melbourne, regarded as the hub of Australia's cultural, intellectual and financial life – at least by Melbournians! Modern skyscrapers mingle comfortably with Victorian homes, and an aura of upper-class elegance pervades. If you find country pleasures more appealing, ride the historic steam train “Puffing Billy” past forests and farms, before having lunch at a Yarra Glen vineyard.

Day 21 - At Sea

Day 22 - Kangaroo Island

Arrive: Thu 16 March 2023 / Depart: Thu 16 March 2023

The third-largest Australian island boasts incredible natural beauty, with unspoiled pristine beaches and a truly unique opportunity to see an amazing range of animals up-close in their local habitat. As one would expect, there’s a healthy kangaroo presence, along with wallabies, koalas, seals, sea lions and goannas, the placid and unassuming lizards that grow up to a metre long.

Day 23 - Adelaide

Arrive: Fri 17 March 2023 / Depart: Fri 17 March 2023

Adelaide offers an abundance of colour, surrounded by the Mt. Lofty Ranges and the waters of the Gulf St. Vincent. Named after the wife of King William IV, this seaside port is a bustling city with historic charm. Tour the South Australian Museum with its exceptional collection of glassy-eyed critters and Aboriginal artefacts. Or head to Glenelg's white sand beaches and old-style amusement park.

Day 24 - At Sea

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Day 26 - Busselton

Arrive: Mon 20 March 2023 / Depart: Mon 20 March 2023

Margaret River is a beautiful natural setting in Australia’s southwest corner that has inspired many artists here over the years. Or perhaps they just came for the seemingly endless fertile vineyards. Your guide to Busselton. Named after the Bussell family, who arrived in the 1830s, Busselton has grown into one of Western Australia’s most popular tourist destinations. Circled by swathes of wetlands and bordered by tranquil Geographe Bay, where scores of humpbacks and blue whales seek respite on their migrations, Busselton’s white beaches and calm blue waters offer visitors unparalleled swimming. Rocky outcrops and tall forests rise from the water’s edge, while great granite buttresses shield the beaches from the Indian Ocean’s swell. In the heart of the town, Busselton’s beloved jetty stretches out over the turquoise surf, its observatory offering breath-taking views of the reef below.

Day 27 - Fremantle

Arrive: Tue 21 March 2023 / Depart: Tue 21 March 2023

Perth’s spectacular growth in recent times makes the old historic port of Fremantle seem tiny in comparison. Eighty per cent of Western Australia’s population lives in or around this sunny metropolis. Your guide to Perth. They say you can’t please everyone, but Perth may prove to be the exception to that rule. The city’s urban sprawl is awash with fusion flavours, fashionable boutiques and innovative museums but Western Australia’s capital impresses in other ways too. Its Kings Park and Botanic Garden are one of the largest inner-city green spaces; eclipsing even New York’s Central Park. Outstanding beaches decorate Perth’s coastline, while verdant wineries surround its inland fringes. Throw in the world’s largest gold coin (one of Perth’s many novel claims to fame) and you begin to appreciate why the city is so many things to so many people.

Day 28 - At Sea

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Day 35 - Port Louis

Arrive: Wed 29 March 2023 / Depart: Wed 29 March 2023

You'll find beauty, beaches and la bonne vie in this former French Colony. It's encircled with picturesque villages, volcanic peaks, aquamarine lagoons and a spectacular coral reef. The capital of Port Louis offers shopping bargains at the old-fashioned central market. Take a Land Rover to see deer, monkeys and rare birds at the 3,000 acre Domaine Les Pailles. Go bird watching at Casela Bird Park. Or set out on a catamaran to admire the sun-drenched beauty of the island, landing on dazzling white beaches and snorkelling amongst shoals brimming with kaleidoscopic fish.

Day 36 - Le Port

Arrive: Thu 30 March 2023 / Depart: Thu 30 March 2023

East of Madagascar, the warmly inviting Réunion offers a little taste of French culture on a tropical island full of cultural Creole buildings and an expansive range of superb geographical diversity. From beaches to lush forests, Réunion’s rugged roads and plains lead to any number of inspiring scenes. Seek out the ‘Piton de la Fournaise’ or ‘Peak of the Furnace,’ to witness an active volcano.

Day 37 - At Sea

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Day 40 - Durban

Arrive: Mon 03 April 2023 / Depart: Mon 03 April 2023

The summer resort of Transvaalers is your gateway to some of South Africa's greatest attractions. Discover the breathtaking Valley of a Thousand Hills, the Kingdom of the Zulu. Or set out along The Garden Route, a region of high mountains, lush forests, sun drenched beaches and quaint little towns, an explorer's dream and undoubtedly one of South Africa's premier sights.

Day 41 - At Sea

Day 42 - Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Arrive: Wed 05 April 2023 / Depart: Wed 05 April 2023

As you sail to Port Elizabeth, or ‘The Bay’, you begin to sense the energy and prosperity of this thriving city. It is one of the largest, sunniest and wonderfully vibrant cities in all South Africa. The city stretches for 10 miles along Algoa Bay and is one of the major seaports in the country. Travelling to South Africa by ship it is quite likely you will cruise to Port Elizabeth to dock. As you sail into the port area there are magnificent views of a small group of islands, home to many rare seabird populations, dotted in the waters.

Day 43 - At Sea

Day 44 - Cape Town

Arrive: Fri 07 April 2023

The “Mother City” has welcomed sailors since Portuguese navigators first rounded the Cape of Good Hope in the 15th century. Not only is it one of the most beautiful cities in the world – tucked into the arms of a broad bay, beneath Table Mountain – but it is also surrounded by wild beaches, rugged mountains and bucolic vineyards. On a fine day you can ride the cable car to the summit of massive, flat-topped Table Mountain, with majestic Cape Town at your feet and the Cape of Good Hope in the distance. Less than an hour away, you can go wine tasting at Stellenbosch, famous for its Cape Dutch architecture and fine estate wines.

Day 45 - Cape Town

Depart: Sat 08 April 2023

The “Mother City” has welcomed sailors since Portuguese navigators first rounded the Cape of Good Hope in the 15th century. Not only is it one of the most beautiful cities in the world – tucked into the arms of a broad bay, beneath Table Mountain – but it is also surrounded by wild beaches, rugged mountains and bucolic vineyards. On a fine day you can ride the cable car to the summit of massive, flat-topped Table Mountain, with majestic Cape Town at your feet and the Cape of Good Hope in the distance. Less than an hour away, you can go wine tasting at Stellenbosch, famous for its Cape Dutch architecture and fine estate wines.

Day 46 - At Sea

Day 47 - Walvis Bay

Arrive: Mon 10 April 2023 / Depart: Mon 10 April 2023

The “Diamond of Africa” is a country of stark beauty and contrasting landscapes. It is home to the world's oldest desert, the world's highest sand dunes, and a diversity of people that have created an intriguing blend of cultures and traditions. Tales of shipwrecks echo along the Skeleton Coast where you can visit the old world resort of Swakopmund and glimpse Spitzkoppe, a volcanic mountain known as Namibia's Matterhorn. Discover the largest breeding colony in southern Africa at the Cape Cross Seal Reserve. Admire the scenic splendour of a vast lagoon sheltering 31 species of birds including thousands of flamingos. For a change of pace, go sightseeing from a donkey cart or kayak across a lagoon.

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Day 56 - Tenerife

Arrive: Wed 19 April 2023 / Depart: Wed 19 April 2023

Beloved for its beaches, Tenerife also offers a feast for the eyes. Either from the numerous galleries and museums or the incredibly panoramic cable car ascent of Mount Teide, there is so much to see. Tenerife is soothing on the ears, too. Listen for the timple, a distinctive element of Canarian folk music, or perhaps catch a recital at the Auditorio, home to the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra.

Day 57 - At Sea

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Day 60 - Southampton

Arrive: Sun 23 April 2023 / Depart: Sun 23 April 2023

Step aboard in Southampton & straight into that holiday feeling. No flights, no hassle. Just the excitement of the days ahead and the promise of memorable moment. So, relax and raise a toast as the UK drifts from sight. Before you know it, you'll be watching your destination come into view. But where will it be ?

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Ship Cabins

Atrium View Inside

Approximately 159 sq. ft. Savour privacy and comfort combined with views of your ship’s magnificent atrium. Each Britannia Standard Atrium View stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Standard Inside

Delight in the space to spread out and a wealth of thoughtful touches to enhance your stay. Each Britannia Standard Inside stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Oceanview

Approximately 159-194 sq. ft. Draw back the curtains to a burst of natural daylight each morning of your voyage. Each Britannia Oceanview stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Single Oceanview

Approximately 178 sq. ft. Savour natural daylight and room to relax with a sumptuous single bed to sleep in. Each Britannia Oceanview Single stateroom includes: A single bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Balcony

Approximately 248 sq. ft. Enjoy unobstructed ocean views from the privacy and comfort of your own stateroom balcony. Each Britannia Balcony stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Balcony - Obstructed Views

Approximately 248 sq. ft. With your own balcony these larger staterooms offer you private outside space on board. Each Britannia Balcony (obstructed view) stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party.Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Balcony - Sheltered

Approximately 269 sq. ft. Enjoy ocean views from the privacy and comfort of your sheltered stateroom balcony. Each Britannia Balcony (sheltered) stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party.Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Club Balcony

Approximately 248 sq. ft. Indulge in a spacious balcony stateroom with the freedom to dine whenever you wish. Each Britannia Club Balcony stateroom includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with stationery.Satellite TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar.An invigorating shower and complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Complimentary robe and slippers for everyone in your party. Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.Sparkling wine to welcome you on board.

Duplexe Suites

Approximately 1194-1566 sq. ft. Indulge in twin marble bathrooms two dressing areas and an expansive private deck. Each Queens Grill Duplex includes: King-sized bed with sumptuous linens and seven-pillow concierge menu.Twin marble bathrooms and two dressing areas. Complimentary Penhaligon’s toiletries, velour robes and slippers.A lounge area with interactive TV, a selection of books and iPad on request.Fresh fruit, delivered to your suite daily. An office with a set of personalised stationery.

Grand Duplex

Approximately 2249 sq. ft. Savour every moment in Queen Mary 2’s most lavish suite with room for up to 8 guests to dine in. The Queens Grill Grand Duplex Suite includes: Over 2000 square foot of private living space, spread over two floors.King-sized bed with sumptuous linens and seven-pillow concierge menu.Twin marble bathrooms and two dressing areas.Complimentary Penhaligon’s toiletries, velour robes and slippers.A lounge area with interactive TV, a selection of books and iPad on request.Fresh fruit, delivered to your suite daily.

Penthouse Suite

Approximately 758 sq. ft. Enhance your voyage with priority tender personal butler and private balcony. Each Queens Grill Penthouse Suite includes: King-sized bed with sumptuous linens and seven-pillow concierge menu.Bathroom with bath and shower and separate dressing area.Complimentary Penhaligon’s toiletries, velour robes and slippers.Fresh fruit, delivered to your suite daily.Champagne and chocolates in your suite, on arrival.A writing desk with a set of personalised stationery.

Princess Grill Suite

Approximately 381 sq. ft. Unwind in a lavish suite while enjoying access to the Grills Lounge and Grills Terrace. Each Princess Grill Suite includes: A king-sized bed, lounge area and desk with personalised stationery. Satellite TV, illy coffee machine, atlas and a mini-bar.Bathroom with bath and shower.Complimentary Penhaligon's toiletries.Velour robe and slippers for everyone in your party.Nightly turndown service, including a chocolate on your pillow.

Queen Suite

Approximately 506 sq. ft. Savour priority disembarkation pre-dinner canapés and your own private butler. Each Queens Grill Suite includes: King-sized bed with sumptuous linens and seven-pillow concierge menu.Bathroom with bath and shower and separate dressing area.Complimentary Penhaligon’s toiletries, velour robes and slippers.Fresh fruit, delivered to your suite daily.Champagne and chocolates in your suite, on arrival.A writing desk with a set of personalised stationery.

Royal Suite

Approximately 796 sq. ft. Enjoy an elevated position on Queen Mary 2 and a champagne welcome on board. Each Queens Grill Royal Suite includes: King-sized bed with sumptuous linens and seven-pillow concierge menu. Bathroom with bath and shower and separate dressing area. Complimentary Penhaligon’s toiletries, velour robes and slippers. A lounge area with satellite TV and a selection of books. Fresh fruit, delivered to your suite daily. A writing desk with a set of personalised stationery. Complimentary stocked bar and illy coffee machine. Champagne and chocolates in your suite, on arrival. Pre-dinner canapés and freedom dining in the Queens Grill restaurant. The option to dine in-suite from the Queens Grill menu. A personal butler and concierge for the duration of your stay. Priority embarkation, disembarkation and tender services. Exclusive access to the Grills Lounge and Grills Terrace. 24 hour room service. Hairdryer & safe. Please note, Queens Grill Royal Suites are not equipped with balconies.
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