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On board the Queen Victoria

Cruise ships offer a wonderful way to travel, but on board Queen Victoria, guests can enjoy a whole new level of luxury for a truly exquisite and unforgettable experience

Queen Victoria is one of Cunard’s greatest liners and Cunard itself is possibly the most prestigious shipping company in the world. Sailing with them offers guaranteed luxury as all of their liners boast exquisite detail from bow to stern and from port to starboard.

Queen Victoria was built in 2007 and refitted in 2017. It measures 294 metres long, and 32.3 metres wide, has twelve decks and can carry more than two thousand passengers. Her lounges, restaurants and dining rooms exude elegance, and the cabins are nothing less than luxury suites. This same high standard extends throughout, even to the staircases, corridors, decks and, of course, to the impeccable service.

Passengers can choose from a range of itineraries between five and twenty days in Europe, America, Africa, and Asia or combined destinations in the five continents. Jewels in Cunard Line’s crown include the 103-day world cruise with 26 ports-of-call in 20 countries and 11 World Heritage Sites, and its other world voyages that can vary in length and itinerary.

Once aboard Queen Victoria, guests can enjoy entertainment in the Royal Court Theatre, quiet contemplation in the refined library, excitement in the Empire casino, and relaxation in the piano lounge and exclusive clubs. Passengers are spoilt for choice with different themed restaurants, all serving haute cuisine. Downtime can be spent relaxing in the spa; enjoying the ship’s sports amenities and gym; playing traditional deck games; visiting the art gallery and Cunard’s private museum of maritime memorabilia, Cunardia; strolling around the Royal Arcade with its exclusive boutiques and jewellery shops; sampling afternoon tea in the Queens Room; sipping a cool beer in the Golden Lion pub or dressing for the occasion at the liner’s distinguished themed balls.

All this, and there’s still time to disembark at every port-of-call and visit beautiful cities and monuments, as well as marvel at the sunsets, sunbathe, and even sleep. You’d be hard-pushed to be bored on board, Queen Victoria.


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