The Queen Victoria offers all the facilities you will ever need for the cruise of a lifetime aboard this fascinating ship. With world-class dining, state of the art accommodations and entertainment at every turn, you have everything you need at your fingertips for an elaborate vacation at sea.

Cunard Insights is the enrichment program offered to passengers on the Queen Victoria in the wide variety of speakers provided on just about every subject imaginable. The library on the ship is one of the largest at sea with all genres available for your reading needs.

Families cruising with small children delight in the playroom that has all kinds of toys. This playroom is located on Deck 10. Teenagers don’t have to congregate with the little ones because there is an area just for them, which is called the Zone. Here there is a wide range of computer games as well as other activities appropriate to the age group. Both areas have outside sections as well as spacious interiors. The facilities for children are limited, though, because this is not a ship that normally caters to children on a cruise.

The Royal Arcade is the shopping district of the Queen Victoria. It is laid out like a street in London complete with a clock that chimes to the tune of Big Ben. In addition to the usual line up of clothing and jewelry stores, there is an art gallery where you can preview pieces that are coming up for auction during the daytime activities.
Cunardia is an interactive museum on the ship that chronicles the history of the Cunard Cruise Line. Touch screen TV’s also tell the story of Queen Victoria and other members of the British Royal Family.

The observation lounge of the Commodore Club is a fantastic way to take in the sights of the sea and various ports of call. Another important addition to the facilities offered on the Queen Victoria includes the Winter Garden where you can be completely alone as you enjoy the sight and scent of the shrubbery.

Wheelchair accessible facilities throughout the ship and in the specially designed cabins make this one of the best ships for disabled passengers to choose for their cruise experience.

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