Southampton to Osaka

7 January - 14 March 2018

Duration

66 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from the UK

Ports

21 Ports

7 January

Setting sail from Southampton

Southampton is the UK's leading port. Bustling modern cruise terminals, as well as wharfs and commercial harbours, line the waterfront, whilst the city itself is a fascinating mix of ancient and modern, with a picturesque old town, the original city walls still standing, and super-modern shopping centres and office complexes. On all corners you will see tributes to the city's rich history and maritime heritage. Henry V marched his troops through the Westgate on his way to the battle of Agincourt, The Mayflower sailed from here with a cargo of settlers to the New World, and the Titanic started her fateful voyage here.

Our tip

Get a copy of the Old Town Walk map from the tourist information centre, a perfect (and free!) way to explore Southampton at a leisurely pace.

8-13 January

At sea

14 January

Bermuda: Hamilton

15 January

At sea

16-17 January

United States: New York

18-19 January

At sea

20 January

United States: Fort Lauderdale

21 January

At sea

22 January

Jamaica: Ocho Rios

23 January

At sea

24 January

Aruba: Oranjestad

25-28 January

At sea

29 January

Guatemala: Puerto Quetzal

30-31 January

At sea

1 February

Mexico: Cabo San Lucas

2-3 February

At sea

4-5 February

United States: San Francisco

6-9 February

At sea

10 February

United States: Honolulu

11-14 February

At sea

15 February

French Polynesia: Bora Bora

16 February

French Polynesia: Papeete

17 February

French Polynesia: Mo'orea

18-22 February

At sea

23 February

New Zealand: Auckland

24 February

New Zealand: Bay of Islands

25-26 February

At sea

27-28 February

Australia: Sydney

1 March

Australia: Newcastle (New South Wales)

2 March

At sea

3 March

Australia: Brisbane

4-6 March

At sea

7 March

Papua New Guinea: Rabaul

8-12 March

At sea

13 March

Japan: Okinawa

14 March

At sea

15 March

Arriving in Osaka

Osaka, Japan's third largest city, is a pulsating commercial hub, famous for its food and its fiercely independent spirit. This is where the conveyor-belt sushi restaurant was first invented, and the cityscape rivals Tokyo for neon-lit futurism. If you need respite from the urban sprawl seek out Osaka Castle and the surrounding Nishinomaru Garden, a particularly pretty spot during the cherry blossom season.

The Ship

Your home from home

Queen Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth Veuve Clicquot Bar
Queen Elizabeth Grand Lobby

Named by Her Majesty the Queen, Cunard’s newest luxury liner still recalls the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name.

What we love

Modern features combined with traditional and elegant décor reminiscent of the golden age of cruising makes this ship a firm favourite with her passengers. We particularly like the excellent Queens Grill accommodation which offers additional space and access to the exclusive Queens Grill restaurant, along with dedicated lounges and deck areas.

Capacity 2,081 Guests
Crew 1,005 International Staff
Style Traditionally formal cruising with the evening attire always expected to be refined even on 'informal' evenings.
Inclusions
  • Meals in the main restaurants
  • Traditional afternoon tea
  • Soft drinks, tea and specialty coffee
  • All onboard entertainment
  • Unlimited use of the Fitness Centre
More about Queen Elizabeth

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
The Pig in the Wall, Southampton

Overnight in Southampton

Stay at the Pig in the Wall, stylish with great food. Very small so book early.

Winchester

Day trips from Southampton

Visit historic Winchester, home to King Arthur’s Round Table, the Great Hall and Winchester Cathedral.

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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