Cunard has revealed some of the new deck games guests can play aboard Queen Anne ahead of its maiden voyage.

With less than 50 days until the journey, the luxury cruise line was proud to announce some exclusive partnerships.

Partnering with PickleballENGLAND, the English governing body for one of the most rapidly growing sports in the UK and North America, Queen Anne’s top deck is set to boast its very own state-of-the-art Pickleball court.

A combination of tennis, badminton, and table tennis, pickleball will provide both an active and fun experience for guests.

Whether singles or pairs, indoor or outdoor, the game promises to be a unique offering aboard the ship.

In another exciting move, Queen Anne will be the only ship in the world where travellers can hone their archery skills with a real bow and arrow, as a result of a new partnership with Archery GB.

Boosting Cunard's deck game offering, the collaboration will connect the cruise line with top athletes and Olympic coaches.

Queen Anne's on-board instructors will be accredited by Archery GB and the ship itself will serve as an official Archery GB activity centre.

Guests can learn the basics, compete with fellow travellers, and enjoy a social introduction to the sport.

Deck game lovers have further reason to rejoice as Queen Anne’s Sky Bar and Observation Deck, located at the forward of the ship on deck 14, will host a putting green and fully stocked driving range for golf enthusiasts.

In addition, favourite games like deck quoits and shuffleboard are available, providing the perfect setting for some friendly competition, all against the backdrop of stunning views.

Katie McAlister, president of Cunard, said: "Whether it's pickleball, archery, or world class shows and lectures, Cunard is committed to providing guests with a wealth of activities to choose from whatever mood or interest may take them.

"Our on board entertainment has always been at the heart of what we do, and we look forward to Queen Anne continuing this trend in the future."

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