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Queen Elizabeth is a medium ship, carrying 2068 passengers and 996 crew, and sails from SOUTHAMPTON and Southampton (London), England.

Sails from:

Adelaide, Australia , Melbourne, Australia , Vancouver (Canada Place), British Columbia

Cruises to:

South Pacific - Australia , Europe - Western Europe , Europe - Northern Europe

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4.6 out of 5

A truly wonderful and unusual experience. by nrlnyc

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A wonderful experience, especially for an American who was surrounded by Brits and Australians, we only me 5 other Americans on board. Very lovely ports. Totally loved the voyage.

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QE Arts and Literary Cruise of British Isles by Ecraft66

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Cunard does it right. We couldn't have asked for a more perfect holiday. Nothing was impossible. Nothing was too much trouble. Nothing was denied. We were never told no. It was our first cruise on one of the queens but it won't be the last.

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4 out of 5

very good by dorwaxman

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The balcony of my room was a delight to watch the ocean and sun bathe. although it took some time to adjust to a  was llate dining option [8:30]  i luckily was assigned to a dining table of mostly single voyagers who were delightful. 

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Cunard's Queen Elizabeth Ft. Lauderdale to San Francisco by raeubank

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Favorite Parts: Panama Canal full transit, food, entertainment, general elegance, history, and ambiance of the ship

Needs Improvement: Cabin (6012) climate control very inconsistent/either too or or too cold; no Coca-cola products on board (!); Internet is too slow and way too expensive

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4 out of 5

Sedate, a lot of Beige, sometimes disorganized by jandpbryant

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The Queen Elizabeth design was beige and wood. It reminded me of a traditional British Club. I was disappointed with the lack of glamor.

The entertainment was wonderful and presented in a vibrant setting. The lectures were interesting. There were plenty of public rooms to spread out in. We enjoyed the wonderful service of Puma, our room steward, Louisa in the salon, Robert and Avish in the dining room and the knowledge of wine steward Cletin. The sailing into New York was fantastic! 

The only down note was the immigration process in New York, where some passengers sat all afternoon in the immigration hall until all passengers got off the ship. My husband and I opted to stay in our room and then a public room until final call. We only sat in the hall about one and 1/2 hours.

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raeubank
Feb 07, 2017

If you are doing a Panama Canal Full Transit, book a cabin as far forward as you can on deck 6. The doors, normally closed to guests, are opened for the entire transit. You have a panoramic view of the Canal just steps away from your cabin. Also, this area is far less crowded than the main deck.

meerakrishnan
Dec 22, 2016

Room locale improves the enjoyment quotient !

Cruiser12937104
Dec 06, 2016

Request a stateroom midship near the "B" staircase which minimizes the walking

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