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Cunard Queen Mary 2 is the flagship of the fleet and

the largest ocean liner afloat. This fabulous ship has

lots of space on board, more so than any other ship

afloat. The Queens Ballroom is the largest at sea,

while the Planetarium and Maritime Quest are unique

features on board this ship. The Canyon Ranch Spa#

is one of the best afloat with a large hydrotherapy

pool, relaxation lounge, steam room and saunas. This

ship has 2 outdoor swimming pools, a separate top

deck cooling splash pool and an indoor solarium pool

with a retractable roof. The popular Golden Lion Pub,

Vueve Cliquot Champagne Bar, Commodore Club

cocktail bar and Sir Samuels wine bar and cafe have

recently undergone extensive refurbishment, as have

all of the staterooms on board.

The magnificent Britannia restaurant has a sweeping

staircase and an imposing two storey high tapestry of

Queen Mary 2 interwoven with the New York skyline

and Brooklyn Bridge. The Kings Court area offers 24

hour dinning in four separate self service buffet style

restaurants: The Carvery, Lotus, Chef's Galley & La

Piazza. Each night two of these convert to "Pop Up"

A La Carte speciality restaurants# . On sunny days the

The Boardwalk Cafe on the top deck serves delicious

grill style lunches for un-interrupted sun bathing.

The Todd English restaurant# offers specialty lunch &

dinners for an extra charge while pub style lunches in

the Golden Lion Pub are FREE of charge.

This ship is approximately 90,000 tonnes compared to

Queen Mary 2 at 151,400 tonnes and is a Vista Class

ship similar in layout to other cruise ships such as P&O

Arcadia . The Queen Victoria is also the sister ship and

blue print for the newer and slightly larger Cunard

Queen Elizabeth. The decor is themed on Victoriana

with lots of dark wood panelling, arched interior

windows and alcoves; deep greens, reds and blues.

The Golden Lion Pub and the sweet shop look as if

they have been plucked out of a Victorian London

street. The Royal Arcade features a large Victorian

clock at the foot of the stairs.

The sheltered Pavilion Pool is situated mid-ships

while the Lido Pool is aft for great vistas and sail-away

parties. The fitness centre is free and the segregated

changing rooms each have a FREE Swedish sauna.

At 2pm each day the latest feature film is shown in

the theatre. You can even take fencing lessons in the

Queens ball room in the mornings. The Chart Room

is perfect for a pre-dinner aperitif accompanied by

a string Quartet and the Veuve Cliquot champagne

bar makes a special treat! The Royal Court Theatre

features bookable private boxes and on the last night

enjoy the signature farewell Victoriana show. This is

a memorable and rousing music show with period

costumes, song a dance culminating in flag waving

Land of Hope and Glory - very British indeed.

Launched by the Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in

October 2010- Cunard Queen Elizabeth is slightly

larger than her sister ship Queen Victoria. The decor

on board is lighter, fresh and 30's style in contrast to

the heavier & darker Victorian theme of the Queen

Victoria. This ship has a single sitting Britannia Club

dining option and an enhanced sports deck with

and English country garden ambiance for bowls &

croquet. The Lido pool deck has been extended

further back for more sunbathing space and unlike the

other ships of the fleet Cunard Queen Elizabeth has

the French 20's inspired Verandah alternative dining

restaurant# modelled from the original Cunard Queen

Elizabeth launched in 1940.

The staircase in the Grand Lobby bears a wooden

fresco of the original Queen Elizabeth and the portrait

of her Majesty the Queen is not to be missed. As with

all Cunard ships you will find the signature touches

that make these cruises simply unbeatable. The FREE

guest launderettes on each deck, the Commodore Club

and the Golden Lion pub serving FREE Fish & chips at

lunchtime. Don't forget the alternative dining evenings#

in a section of the Lido restaurant - dine by reservation

with Waiter service and menus. They alternate the

themes of Traditional English Carvery, Indian, Oriental,

French and Italian throughout the cruise.

(# Extra charge applies.)


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