Passengers travelling onboard the Queen Victoria
when she sets sail this December will benefit from a "wide array" of gastronomic options, it has been claimed.
President of Cunard Cruises
Carol Marlow has announced that there will be a range of restaurants and bars available for cruisers to choose from onboard the company's latest cruise vessel.
Meanwhile, those travelling on the Queen Victoria
will be enjoying a continuation of Cunard tradition, according to Ms Marlow.
"Aboard Queen Victoria, we are carrying on the grand Cunard tradition of cocktails and dining as a much-anticipated event. As our guests move through their day, they will have a wide array of culinary and cocktail venue choices," commented Ms Marlow.
In the afternoon, cruisers can take afternoon tea in the Queen's Room where they can lunch on traditional British delicacies, then before dinner they can progress to the Commodore Club for pre-dinner cocktails.
In the evening the Britannia Restaurant serves an extensive menu, while a decadent atmosphere is created by the elegant harpist musical performance.