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Cunard Queen Elizabeth, Cunard

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Ship Stats and Features
Maximum Capacity: 2547
Year Entered Service: 12/10/2010
Beam (Ship Width): 106 ft
Draught(Ship Depth): 26 ft
Length: 964 ft
Tonnage: 90900
Crew: 1005
Cruising Speed: 23 kts
Number of Decks: 12
Number of Lifts: 24
Number of Pools: 2
Number of restaurants: 6
Formal nights: Yes
Adult Only: No
Kids Club: No

The stunning Cunard Queen Elizabeth began her illustrious sailing career in October 2010 and continues the long standing tradition of providing the highest in service and luxury for its discerning travellers. Externally, Cunard Queen Elizabeth displays the classical charm of the companies’ distinctive liner heritage. A black hull, gleaming white superstructure and distinctive red funnel signals to all the royal heritage of this grand liner as is the Cunard tradition.

Queen Elizabeth offers the very best of Cunard's values and traditions, blended with every conceivable modern luxury that you could imagine. With her opulent public rooms and impeccable service, this new ship reflects the grandeur which has been associated with Cunard ships since the introduction of the Mauretania in 1907; and from the outside, her black hull, gleaming white superstructure and distinctive red funnel echos the classic characteristics of the company's distinctive liner heritage. Queen Elizabeth will fly the Red Ensign wherever she sails with her home-port Southampton, as is the case with the other ships in the Cunard fleet.

Cuisine and Dining on Queen Elizabeth

Midships Bar: Situated on Deck 3, it is named after the original bar on the original Queen Elizabeth. It will pay tribute to the ship with 1930's artwork, a piano for Ivor Novello evenings.

Cafe Caranthia: Expect an extended version of the cafe already in place on Queen Victoria.

Britannia Restaurant: The Britannia Restaurant spans two decks, and is the main restaurant, which will offer exemplarary dining as standard.

Queen Elizabeth boasts the Britannia Club Restaurant which offers guests staying in AA Club Balconies a luxurious and elegant single seating restaurant, introduced due to the popularity of this concept on Queen Mary 2. She will also provide more flexibility for families with a selection of 4 berth staterooms.

Luxuriate in sumptuous Queens Grill and Princess Grill suites with marble bathrooms, personalised stationery and butler service in the highest categories. Exceptional menus and sweeping sea views grace the intimate Grill restaurants, regally located on 11 Deck, where sophisticated creams and browns glitter with splashes of gold and crystal. Doors open out onto The Courtyard from where steps lead you to The Grills Upper Terrace; the adjacent Grills lounge and Grills Terrace provide even more exclusivity. The lower terrace is available for the enjoyment of all guests.

Entertainment on Queen Elizabeth

Queens Room: The Queens Room will cover two decks with a 1,000-square-foot dance floor. This elegant room will display pictures and murals of royal palaces and royal naming ceremonies. A highlight: The Royal Standard presented to the original Queen Elizabeth by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, when she named the ship in 1938.

Royal Court Theatre: The theatre will be art deco in style and feature private boxes. It will seat 832 guests.

Recreation on Queen Elizabeth

Garden Lounge: In this lounge and conservatory, inspired by the U.K.'s Kew Gardens, Cunard will host its "Supper Club" -- dancing, music and taster menus.
Games Deck: This concept dates back to the original Queen Elizabeth. Games are inspired by those from the 30's, including bowls, croquet and paddle tennis.

Children's Activities: Cunard offer a children's programme for younger guests aged 2-17 years, making this a fantastic family destination. Clubs include The Play Zone (2-7 years), The Kid Zone (8-12 years) and the Teen Zone (13-17 years); each host facilities, group games and heaps of fun under the supervision of Queen Elizabeth's experienced Youth Team.

Queen Elizabeth also runs a complimentary Night Nursery if you are looking for an evening off. This is for children aged 12 months to 23 months, but has a limited number of spaces.

Dress Code on Queen Elizabeth

In keeping with Cunard's elegant 5* standards the dress code onboard the Queen Elizabeth is formal in the main dining rooms and restaurants. Should you wish to dine in a more causal environment the buffet restaurant is available.  From smart attire to black tie the dress code adds to the ambience and glamour of evenings onboard this stunning ship. 

Customer Reviews

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