Cunard reveals art and experiences on Queen Anne

Cunard reveals art and experiences on Queen Anne

The line unveils the design inspiration behind their new ship to he media, influencers and the industry at an exclusive event in London

Cunard showcased its new ship Queen Anne to exclusive guests at an event in London last night (November 30).

Invited media, influencers and cruise industry networks were in attendance at the event, which was held at Carlton House Terrace and saw the unveiling of a collection of never-before-seen artwork championing young contemporary artists – some of the 4,300 pieces of art that will be on the ship.

These included Tommy Camerno’s portrait of Queen Anne which will be displayed on board.

Designers from David Collins Studio, Richmond International and Sybille de Margerie, who worked with Creative Director Adam D. Tihany, were all in attendance to reveal the design inspiration behind the ship.

Guests were also introduced to Bright Lights Society – a new intimate venue offering hosted experiences and a carousel of entertainment for guests.

The 3,000-passenger Queen Anne will set sail in 2024. The maiden season goes on sale for CWC members on December 6 and on general sale on December 7.

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