The Cunard Line has a formidable history and fans across the globe who follow the every move of the Cunard ships avidly. The MS Queen Victoria is an awe-inspiring ship of elegance and grace, with 12 passenger decks and sumptuous facilities. The £290m ship is an incredible 90,000t and it was the first Cunard ship to have been built in Italy, constructed near Venice. It made its maiden voyage in December 2007 from its home port of Southampton. Travelling on the Queen Victoria 2 is an experience like no other, with a selection of amazing on board features to make your holiday truly unforgettable. There are seven on board restaurants, thirteen bars, a theatre, a ballroom, three swimming pools and four whirlpools.
Life on board is never dull with so many wonderful activities on offer every day, the Royal Court Theatre hosts amazing productions and there are activities as varied as book clubs, watercolour art lessons and sporting pursuits all on offer. As you would imagine on a Cunard ship, dining options on board are astounding and there is food to accommodate every possible taste inspired by every corner of the globe.
The fine dining on offer at the Todd English à la carte restaurant is renowned and the 450 seater Lido restaurant offers a more casual style of dining. There is a casino and the Hemispheres nightclub on board for evening entertainment as well as a selection of bars.  For those in the mood for a little culture you can visit the Cunardia museum with company memorabilia and a souvenir shop. When it comes to relaxation, there are many places on board to unwind; relax in The Golden Lion Pub over a few drinks or visit the exceptional on board spa.  A voyage on a Cunard ship is a holiday like no other and it is an unforgettable experience with so much to see and do on board as well as during excursions when the ship docks. A world of refinement and elegance, the Queen Victoria is like a floating palace with everything you need to make your voyage truly special.


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Browse some art whilst on board at The Clarendon Fine Art Gallery
Pick up some reading material at the on board book shop, which also sells souvenirs
Enjoy fascinating talks by guest speakers on board, covering a wide range of topics.