Queen Victoria Cruises
Queen Victoria ship is one of the three Queens making up the Cunard fleet. Launched in 2007 and last refitted in 2018, the ship carries 2061 passengers. Aboard the smallest of the Cunard ships you will rarely find yourself in a crowd, except perhaps at dinner time or at a popular theatre show. She is a classic ship honouring the British tradition of afternoon tea, which includes white-gloved waiters who serve finger sandwiches, scones with cream in the Queens Rooms. She is elegant and a true icon to sail on. Queen Victoria is one of the few ships that has a class system, linking staterooms with dining venues. Art work specially commissioned is visible in public rooms, corridors, staterooms and lobbies. Most of the major public rooms are on the lowest decks: the Illuminations cinema, Royal Court Theatre, Grand Lobby, restaurants, shopping arcade, bars and clubs are on decks 2 and 3. On Deck 11 are the Queen's Grill and Princess Grill restaurants for higher-fare passengers. Amenities include the largest ballroom at sea and 5-star entertainment nightly in the Royal Court Theatre.
Queen Victoria is a favourite amongst Cunard guests, she is well known for her unique atmosphere and sense of intimate experiences. With the signature ‘White Star’ service and the iconic Cunard bellboys in their red jackets welcoming you aboard, you will immediately feel serene and at home. Queen Victoria is decorated with gleaming chandeliers, magnificent artwork and rich wood detailing throughout the ship. On the promenade deck you will find cafes and bars with many sitting areas that offer many nooks to enjoy your own space.
On deck 9 you will find the tranquil Winter Garden, bringing the outdoors in. This is an enclosed space offering floor to ceiling windows bringing in natural light, indoor water sculpture and lush greenery - a perfect backdrop for some quiet moments throughout your journey. The Canyon Ranch Spa offers a lavish space to enjoy a day at the spa or enjoy a beauty treatment. It is important to know that the dress code is implemented onboard, with tidy and stylish casual wear expected throughout the day (including covering up when you finish in the pool) and after 6pm smart casual is expected for most evenings and then formal nights are gala evenings with gowns and suits expected. The gala evenings can be quite spectacular!