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Cunard Line Cruises from California

Cunard Line offers cruises from San Francisco and Los Angeles in California. The selection includes Australia and Panama Canal cruises. See the schedule of departures below.

Cunard is a historic luxury cruise line with very traditional style, but the ships are huge and modern. Try new experiences like the sport of fencing or salsa dancing. Participate in wine tasting. Relax in the spa. Learn about the places and cultures you'll visit in the enrichment program. The three ships in the Cunard Line fleet are the Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mary 2, and the Queen Victoria.

Australia

22-night cruise to Australia on the Queen Victoria. One-way cruise from San Francisco to Sydney (Australia). Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Apia (Samoa), Suva (Fiji), Tauranga (New Zealand), Auckland (New Zealand) and Bay of Islands (New Zealand).
• 2022 departure: February 6.

21-night cruise to Australia on the Queen Victoria. One-way cruise from San Francisco to Sydney (Australia). Visit Hilo (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii), Apia (Samoa), Nuku'alofa (Tonga), Auckland (New Zealand), Tauranga (New Zealand) and Bay of Islands (New Zealand).
• 2023 departure: February 7.

New Zealand

17-night cruise to New Zealand on the Queen Victoria. One-way cruise from San Francisco to Auckland (New Zealand). Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Apia (Samoa) and Suva (Fiji).
• 2024 departure: February 7.

Panama Canal

14-night cruise through the Panama Canal on the Queen Elizabeth. One-way from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal and Oranjsestad (Aruba).
• 2022 departure: July 26.

16-night cruise through the Panama Canal on the Queen Elizabeth. One-way from San Francisco to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Visit Los Angeles (California), Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), the Panama Canal and Oranjsestad (Aruba).
• 2023 departure: August 20.

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