Christened by her namesake Her Majesty the Queen in 2010, and the newest of the Cunard fleet, Queen Elizabeth’s design pays tribute to the art deco tradition. The heyday of Hollywood glamour is instantly evoked by her elegant wood paneling, gleaming chandeliers, marble flooring and beautiful decorative touches and just everywhere you turn, there's beautiful artwork. For relaxation, head to the Garden Lounge a large conservatory, based on the famous hothouses of Kew Gardens - and to the unique Games Deck, where you can enjoy the gentle pastimes of croquet, bowls and paddle tennis. Queen Elizabeth features seven splendid restaurants, eight bars, three swimming pools, Empire Casino the Royal Spa, kid’s facilities/youth programs, a fancy ballroom, the incredible and spectacular the Royal Court Theater. Queen Elizabeth sails year round with exciting and breathtaking itineraries sailings of Transatlantic or Transpacific crossings, the wonderful beaches of the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.
What is unique about this ship?
The ship Queen Elizabeth was christened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in a ceremony held in 2010. N
Who it's best for?
Queen Elizabeth attracts an older clientele from late 40’s and upwards made up mostly of couples. It is more of an intimate and friendly feel on board just right for the potential cruisers. Kid crowds are not common onboard but Queen Elizabeth features kids facilities and during school holidays expect to have children onboard.