Cunard has revealed details of the wellness offering on board its next ship, Queen Anne.
The 3,000-guest ship, which is now just six months from launch, will boast the widest selection of fitness, beauty, thermal and spa facilities so far seen on a Cunard ship.
The Mareel wellness area aims to deliver a range of wellness experiences including cryotherapy treatments, a Himalayan salt sauna and cold room.
There is also The Pavilion, featuring a retractable glass roof, where guests can swim, and the Wellness Cafe where guests can enjoy plant-based foods and sustainably sourced meat, dairy and fish.
Speaking on its first behind-the-scenes tour, Katie McAlister, President of Cunard, said: “For more than 180 years, Cunard has constantly refined the definitive experience of luxury ocean travel and I am incredibly excited that we are now just six months away from beginning the next chapter of our remarkable story. It is both incredible and inspiring to see the progress that has been made by the craftsman, engineers, and workforce here at Fincantieri shipyard and as we start to see Queen Anne’s interiors take shape, we can all see what a truly magnificent Queen she will become. I know that guests around the world are looking forward to sailing with our new Queen and we are counting down the days until we can welcome them aboard.”