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Japan Grand Voyage Cruise - Q213A

Ship: Queen Elizabeth  
Departure: Wednesday, April 13, 2022
Nights: 18 nights
Departs: Yokohama
Returns: Yokohama
Return Trip
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Duration
18
Nights
Days at Sea
7
Sea Days
Ports
10
Ports
Countries Visted
3
Countries
  • Itinerary

    Japan Grand Voyage Cruise - Q213A

    Ports of call

    To find out more about the itinerary for this cruise, select the itinerary items below.

    Day Date Port of Call Arrival Departure
    1 Wednesday, April 13, 2022 Yokohama, Japan Embark 6:00 PM
    View of Yokohama, Japan

    Yokohama is located on the western coast of Tokyo Bay, less than half an hour's train journey directly south of Tokyo. It is the second largest city in Japan and one of the cities most visited by foreigners. Despite being devastated by bombings in WWII it remains a maritime city and retains an international flavour. Nissan and city of Yokohama have launched Japan’s first-ever car-sharing program with ultra-compact EVs (electric vehicles). Read more about Yokohama, Japan

    2 Thursday, April 14, 2022 At Sea
    3 Friday, April 15, 2022 Beppu, Japan 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
    View of Beppu, Japan

    Beppu, a city that overlooks Beppu Bay and is backed by mountains, is located in the Oita Prefecture on the island of Kyushu in Japan. It is considered to be Japan’s hot springs capital as it has the second largest volume of hot water in the world - after Yellowstone in the United States - and the largest number of hot spring sources in Japan. This tourist town has nine spectacular geothermal hot springs that are referred to as the ‘nine hells of Beppu’, certainly the major attraction for visitors. There is also the Oita Marine Palace that features dolphins, while Mt Takasaki is famous for its large population of wild monkeys. Read more about Beppu, Japan

    4 Saturday, April 16, 2022 At Sea
    5 Sunday, April 17, 2022 Busan, South Korea 7:00 AM 5:00 PM
    View of Busan, South Korea

    Busan (formerly Pusan), the second largest city and principal port of South Korea, is situated in the SE of the peninsula on the Korea Strait. The city has many steep hills, creating a delightful mix of mountains and ocean. While Busan was relatively untouched during the Korean War, the flood of refugees has shaped the city. Tourists often come to this region to hike and to visit the Buddhist Temples located deep within the region's mountains. Read more about Busan, South Korea

    6 Monday, April 18, 2022 Nagasaki, Japan 6:30 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Nagasaki, Japan

    Nagasaki City, on the island of Kyushu in Japan, lies at the heart of Nagasaki-hanto Peninsula. As one of Japan's closest port cities to the Asian mainland, Nagasaki has played a prominent role in foreign trade relations for many centuries. This is a port city that developed up the steep slope of a mountain, while also stretching horizontally to hug the Nagasaki Gulf. For an excellent view of the city one should go to the top of Inasa. Read more about Nagasaki, Japan

    7 Tuesday, April 19, 2022 Kagoshima, Japan 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
    View of Kagoshima, Japan

    Kagoshima lies on the southern tip of the island of Kyushu in Japan. It is the picturesque capital of the Prefecture of the same name. Due to its active stratovolcano Sakurajima – Kagoshima's Vesuvius, seen east of the port – and its 'excitable' inhabitants, it is often compared to its Italian sister city, Naples. It also has a similar mild climate and palm-lined streets. Read more about Kagoshima, Japan

    8 Wednesday, April 20, 2022 Kochi, Japan 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Kochi, Japan

    Kochi is the capital of Kochi Prefecture on the southern coast of Shikoku Island, Japan. The city is small and friendly, with a casual atmosphere and a dose of southern flair. It boasts several attractions of interest to travellers. A well-preserved, original, elegant, hilltop castle from the feudal period is designated Important Cultural Property, and also provides great views of all of Kochi city. Read more about Kochi, Japan

    9 Thursday, April 21, 2022 At Sea
    10 Friday, April 22, 2022 Yokohama, Japan 6:30 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Yokohama, Japan

    Yokohama is located on the western coast of Tokyo Bay, less than half an hour's train journey directly south of Tokyo. It is the second largest city in Japan and one of the cities most visited by foreigners. Despite being devastated by bombings in WWII it remains a maritime city and retains an international flavour. Nissan and city of Yokohama have launched Japan’s first-ever car-sharing program with ultra-compact EVs (electric vehicles). Read more about Yokohama, Japan

    11 Saturday, April 23, 2022 At Sea
    12 Sunday, April 24, 2022 At Sea
    13 Monday, April 25, 2022 Hualien, Taiwan, Province of China 10:00 AM 7:00 PM
    View of Hualien, Taiwan, Province of China

    Hualien City is located on the east coast of Taiwan, on a strip of land between the Pacific Ocean and the Central Mountain Range, and is the capital of the Hualien County. Tourists visit the city for its own beauty and interest, and it is also the base for a tour to the famous Torako Gorge, just a short distance north of the city. Hire a motor scooter or take a taxi to visit the numerous tourist spots. Visit the scenic area of beautiful greenery along the full length of the city's foreshore, made up of three separate parks. Read more about Hualien, Taiwan, Province of China

    14 Tuesday, April 26, 2022 Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan, Province of China 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan, Province of China

    Taipei, located on the Danshui River, is the largest city and the capital of Taiwan, in the Republic of China. It lies 25 km SW of the Pacific Ocean port Keelung in northern Taiwan. Now a sprawling metropolis, for those who love the hustle and bustle of a big city, it truly is a great place to visit. It is renowned for its Shopping Malls, among the most popular being Core Pacific City. Read more about Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan, Province of China

    15 Wednesday, April 27, 2022 Ishigaki, Japan 6:30 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Ishigaki, Japan

    Ishigaki is the largest city for the Yaeyama Island Group, and is located on Ishigaki Island, as is the area's major boat terminal, Ishigaki Port. It is the southernmost of the Ryukyu (or Nansei) Islands chain, of which the largest is Okinawa. The island enjoys a thriving culture steeped in traditions that are a mixture from Japan, China, nearby Taiwan (230km to the west), and its former trading partners. Much of the island and surrounding waters including Mount Omoto and Kabira Bay are protected as part of Iriomote-Ishigaki National Park. Read more about Ishigaki, Japan

    16 Thursday, April 28, 2022 Okinawa, Japan 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
    View of Okinawa, Japan

    Okinawa Island is the largest of a group of one hundred and fifty islands, the Ryukyu islands, scattered over a wide area in the southernmost prefecture of Japan. The city of Okinawa is second to the capital Naha, 22km to the SW. It has a separate history from the rest of Japan, having originally been an independent kingdom (Ryukyu), then under the power of China, followed by the US military which still has many occupied military bases there. Today there continue struggles between the local residents and the Japanese government. Read more about Okinawa, Japan

    17 Friday, April 29, 2022 At Sea
    18 Saturday, April 30, 2022 At Sea
    19 Sunday, May 1, 2022 Yokohama, Japan 6:30 AM Disembark
    View of Yokohama, Japan

    Yokohama is located on the western coast of Tokyo Bay, less than half an hour's train journey directly south of Tokyo. It is the second largest city in Japan and one of the cities most visited by foreigners. Despite being devastated by bombings in WWII it remains a maritime city and retains an international flavour. Nissan and city of Yokohama have launched Japan’s first-ever car-sharing program with ultra-compact EVs (electric vehicles). Read more about Yokohama, Japan

  • Ship

    Queen Elizabeth Overview

    Queen Elizabeth

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    One of the three Queens making up the entirety of the Cunard fleet, Queen Elizabeth is a tribute to her predecessors, the original Queen Elizabeth and the much-loved Queen Elizabeth 2. Launched in 2010 and last refurbished in 2018, the ship has many art-deco interior features, marble and rich timber detailing, including the wooden marquetry of the ship itself, a centrepiece for the Grand Lobby’s main staircase. She is often affectionately known as the ‘QE’. The ship carries just over 2000 passengers and you will rarely find yourself in a crowd, except perhaps at prime dinner time or a popular theatre show. Highlights of the ship include the Garden Lounge - a light and airy atrium inspired by the conservatories Kew Gardens in London - laze here with a book and grab a specialty beverage. The Queens Room is truly the heart of the ship and is often a hive of activity thanks to the action-packed enrichment program aboard - from dancing classes, to live music, to specialty afternoon tea - this grand ballroom will draw you in. Croquet up on the Games Deck on a sunny day or a cosy night of spectacular entertainment in the Royal Court Theatre will ensure your days at sea are fulfilled. Like Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2, these ships also contain exclusive areas for guests in Princess and Queens Grill Suites.

  • Cabins

    Queen Elizabeth Cabins

    Inside

    Inside

    Inside on the Queen Elizabeth Inside on the Queen Elizabeth

    Cabin Types

    EB, GA, GB, EC, GC, EF, ID, IE, FB, IF, IA, FC, LC, KC

    Average Cabin Size – 16.0 m2

    Average Balcony Size – 0.0 m2

    At any time of the day your luxury stateroom provides a welcome enclave of comfort and good taste. Wrap yourself in the soft bathrobe, ease into your slippers, then settle down to a film on your TV. The turndown service sets the tone for a comfortable night's sleep. Guests dine at a reserved table for either early or late dining in the Britannia Restaurant. Interactive TV with multi language film and music channels. Refrigerator, safe and hair dryer. Size: 180-201 sq. ft.

    Balcony

    Balcony

    Balcony on the Queen Elizabeth Balcony on the Queen Elizabeth

    Cabin Types

    A2, A1, BA, BB, BC, BD, BE, BF, CA, CB

    Average Cabin Size – 18.0 m2

    Average Balcony Size – 4.5 m2

    Club Balcony stateroom is approx. 242-248 sq.ft. and give you an option to dine whenever you like between 6:30 pm and 9pm in the Britannia Club restaurant. Club balcony staterooms features a pillow concierge menu and a private balcony so you can sit back and watch the world go by. Stateroom also includes: 24-hour room service, Single-seating dining in the Britannia Club restaurant, Bathrobe and slippers, Nightly turndown service with pillow chocolate, Satellite TV with multi-language film and music channels, Refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, Daily shipboard newspaper, Bon Voyage bottle of wine, Pillow concierge menu (a selection of pillows and duvets to suit your preference), Direct-dial telephone, Fruit basket (on request), 220V British 3-pin and 110V 2-pin sockets.

    Princess Grill

    Princess Grill

    Princess Grill on the Queen Elizabeth Princess Grill on the Queen Elizabeth

    Cabin Types

    P1, P2

    Average Cabin Size – 26.4 m2

    Average Balcony Size – 6.6 m2

    For guests in our luxurious Princess Grill Suites, the delights of our Grills Experience are more pronounced than ever before. Catch the sea breeze on the Grills upper terrace reserved for the exclusive use of our Grill Guests, or relax in feather-soft terry robes on your own private balcony, charting your position in the atlas. Your lavish suite occupies up to 513 square feet, with flourishes that include personalised stationery, a Bon Voyage bottle of wine, fresh fruit and concierge service - there's even a pillow concierge to ensure you sleep soundly. Guests dine at a reserved table in the single seating Princess Grill Restaurant. Feather-soft terry robes, private balcony, personalized stationery, a Bon Voyage bottle of wine, fresh fruit, and a concierge service. Features include marble bathrooms and whirlpool baths, an expansive private balcony, refrigerators stocked to your preferences; concierge or butler service. Priority embarkation and luggage delivery, daily fresh fruit, complimentary bottled water, access to Queen's Lounge, In-suite dining, flower arrangement, DVD player. Size: 335 - 513 sq.ft. including balcony.

    Queens Grill

    Queens Grill

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    Cabin Types

    Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6

    Average Cabin Size – 56.7 m2

    Average Balcony Size – 16.8 m2

    Relax in Queen Elizabeth’s most spacious and luxurious accommodation, culminating in the six Master and Grand Suites named in honour of those past Cunard Commodores who have received knighthoods. Light woods and luxurious upholstery add elegance to your sublime retreat, occupying 508 to 1,493 square feet and featuring a full bathroom, as you would expect. Summon champagne to your own private veranda, dine in-suite from the Queens Grill menu, and let your concierge arrange an excursion ashore. To ensure the privilege extends to every moment, you’ll appreciate the services of a butler, plus priority embarkation and disembarkation. Queens Grill takes everything that is so wonderfully indulgent about our Grills Experience and raises it to exalted new heights. Luxuriate in your own secluded haven featuring marble bathrooms and whirlpool baths. An expansive private balcony commands impressive sea views, perfect for sipping champagne or curling up with one of the books on offer. Refrigerators are stocked to your preferences; your concierge or butler will gladly attend to your every whim. Guests dine at a reserved table in the single seating Queens Grill Restaurant. At approximately 1,375 - 2,131 square feet, these luxury Grand Suites feature a spacious living and dining area, bath with shower and balcony.

  • Deck Plans

    Deck Plans for Queen Elizabeth

    Legend

    • 2 lower beds, 1 upper berth
    • 2 lower beds, 1 single sofa bed and 1 upper berth
    • Connecting staterooms
    • Stateroom has additional single sofa
    • On QM2, 3rd & 4th Berths Are 2 Upper Beds. On QE and QV, indicates staterooms with views obstructed by lifeboats
    • On QM2 indictaes 3rd & 4th Berth is Double Sofa Bed. On QE and QV indicates metal-fronted balconies
    • Staterooms 7.001 & 7.002 on QV are shaded by bridge wings
    • Staterooms have forward facing ocean views
    • Wheelchair accessible staterooms on QM2
    • Wheelchair accessible staterooms on QV & QE
    • Lift / Elevator
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    Cruiseline: Cunard Cruises Ship: Queen Elizabeth Departure: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 Nights: 18 nights Departs: Yokohama Returns: Yokohama

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