Book a voyage from Southampton with Cunard aboard Queen Victoria, known for her elegance and her graceful splendour.

Grand, elegant and luxurious!
Cunard has always been renowned for luxury, excellence and impeccable service and is still one of the ultimate travel experiences and has the world's youngest fleet of ships at sea with three magnificent Cunard Queens.

 

2017 Queen Victoria Voyages

 

 

 

 






 

 

 

 

Queen Victoria
Ship Stats

Built 2008
Tonnage/Size 90000 - Large
Total Passengers 1990/2250 (min/max)
Total Crew 1250
Length 294.0 m (964.5 ft)
Beam 32.2 m (106.0 ft)
Speed 23.7 knots
Fellow Passengers? Mainly British and American passengers 
Currency Used On Board? $USD
Tipping? Allow from US$11.50 per person per day.  US$13.50 for Grills passengers.

A 15% charge is automatically added to all drinks.

 

All included in the your voyage:

En suite stateroom air conditioned accommodation.

Your own personal steward.

TV, radio, hairdryer, refrigerator and safe.

Egyptian cotton bed linen and indulgent pamper

Tea or coffee delivered to your stateroom (available upon request)

All meals and snacks onboard

24 hour room service

High Quality entertainment including West-End style performances in the ship's theatres.

Comedy and cabaret.

Live music, piano recitals and tribute bands.

Lawn Bowling Area

Fitness Centre

Tea, coffee, fruit juice available 24 hours

White Star Service

All port taxes and fees

Elegant Afternoon Tea

 

2017 Queen Victoria Voyages

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cunard has always been renowned for luxury, excellence and impeccable service and is still one of the ultimate travel experiences and has the world's youngest fleet of ships at sea with three magnificent Cunard Queens.

The White Star Service starts from the moment you embark the ship and are greeted by white gloved staff to the award winning cuisine and grand ballrooms with the largest dance floors at sea.

2015 marked the 175th anniversary of its first ship, Britannia, setting sail in July 1840. Britannia inaugurated the first-ever regularly-scheduled service across the Atlantic and every year since then Cunard ships have crossed and re-crossed the Atlantic, in peace and war, without fail.

Highlights of Queen Victoria:

Passengers are impressed by Queen Victoria as soon as they embark into the ship’s three-storey Grand Lobby with exclusive art work spanning over 2½ decks in height symbolising the Cunard and Victoria historical style.

Decorated in mahogany and marble and featuring dramatic staircases with ornate wrought iron balustrading and marble stringer detailing, central chandelier and decorative classical motif tromp l’oriel painted ceiling.

Reminiscent of a grand West End theatre, the 800-seat Royal Court Theatre is classically elegant in style and features a cruising first - private boxes on the upper level.

 

Cunard aficionados are able to wile away the hours viewing the unique collection of Cunard memorabilia and artifacts in ‘Cunardia’ whilst adding to their Cunard home collections by visiting the adjacent Cunardia shop.

In the grand tradition of ocean liners, Queen Victoria offers distinctive elegance and luxury throughout, combined with an impressive sense of volume and height, including the dramatic three-storey Grand Lobby, the two deck high Queens Room, with its 1,000 square-foot dance floor, the shopping arcade spanning two decks complete with Casino and traditional London pub and the spectacular art deco influenced two-storey Britannia Restaurant.

The famous Cunard Grill experience is taken to new heights with alfresco Grill dining in The Courtyard and exclusive access to the Grill Lounge and Bar and Grills Upper Terrace with dedicated staff in attendance.

A 270 degree lounge called Hemispheres – the venue for classes, lectures or simply relaxing by day before transforming into a stunning nightclub in the evening.

A two-storey wood-panelled library with over 6000 books and two full-time librarians.

127 Queens and Princess Grill suites from 335 to 2,131 square feet.

 

Who does Queen Victoria appeal to?

Strong levels of interest especially from loyal past guests.

Discerning customers who value the premium luxury experience to beat almost any land based holiday will enjoy the fabulous accommodation, cuisine and entertainment offered on board.

 


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