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Cunard Cruise Line
Queen Victoria started sailing in 2007. Former names: none. The Queen Victoria is registered
in Hamilton, Bermuda. The Queen Victoria has 1037 cabins.
You can expect between 2074 to 2489 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Queen Victoria has a space ratio of 36.2. (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.) When this ship isn't sailing at capacity the space ratio can be as good as 43.4.
The Queen Victoria has 900 crew members on board. There are 3 passengers for every crew member on board. There are self serve laudromats on this ship.
There are 20 special needs cabins on this ship. These cabins have been modified for accessibility purposes.
There are 12 on this ship. The highest deck number is 12. The number of decks with passenger cabins is 7.
This is the percent of the staterooms on board have balconies.
The Queen Victoria was designed as a classic Cunarder and features Cunards renowned White Star service. It was built in 2007.
The ship offers unique public areas, such as a museum containing Cunard memorabilia and the Hemispheres Club with a 270-degree view. Theres a wide variety of options for evening entertainment, including the three-deck Royal Court Theatre, the Queens Room ballroom, a traditional English Pub and a Champagne Bar. During days at sea, passengers can enjoy the Cunard Health Club and Spa, the Lido Pool and large sunning area, the 6,000-book library, and the Internet café.
The Queen Victoria provides a range of accommodations for different budgets, but each cabin contains a bath robe, slippers, nightly turndown service, 24-hour room service, satellite TV with music, a refrigerator and a safe.
During Jan 2015 drydock, 8 single ocean view cabins and 1 single inside cabin were added to deck 2.
During drydock May 5 to June 4, 2017 decks 6, 7, 8 and 9 were extended creating 18 new balcony and 15 new inside cabins.
There are 1037 staterooms on board with the largest being the Grand Suites.
The main dining options on board are separated for guests in regards to their cabins category. All dining options include:
Queens Grill Restaurant- main dining room for guests in Queens Grill accommodations
Princess Grill Restaurant- main dining room for guest in Princess Grill accommodations
Britannia Restaurant- main dining room for guests staying in Balcony, Oceanview, or Inside
Lido Restaurant- buffet-style
Winter Garden Lounge-formal dining
The Verandah- contemporary french cuisine
The Courtyard Restaurant- serves Grill staterooms only
Golden Lion Pub- traditional pub food
Todd English- English dining salon and Mediterranean cuisine
Nightly entertainment can be found at one of the lounges and bars on board. The Royal Court Theater offers grand shows and productions. There is also a Casino, Chart Room (cocktail bar with live jazz), disco nightclub, and Queens Room (formal dancing ballroom).
Children and teens have their own areas to enjoy time with other passengers of the same age. There are age-appropriate activities indoors and outdoors.
Families and guests of all ages will enjoy time at the Pavilion Pool area and Lido Pool area, which each have 2 whirlpools and sunbathing. Fun activites include time at the sports court which has deck games and golf simulators. There is also a fitness center for those who prefer to exercise there.
The Spa and Salon complex is 2-levels and has a Thalassotherapy pool, Thermal suite, saunas, treatment rooms, relaxation room, steam room, and beauty salon.
Queen Victoria Ship Stats
|Expected Passengers||2,074 to 2,489|
|Expected Space Ratio||36|
|Decks with cabins||7|
Queen Victoria Features
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