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With Queen Victoria to the Med

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Queen Victoria

OVERVIEW: Queen Victoria, a very comfortable, likeable cruise ship posing as an ocean liner, is best suited to a couples and single travelers who enjoy a ship that offers traditional British ocean liner-style decor, world-wide itineraries, and dressing for dinner. Note that scores given in the Berli


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Submitted byCairns, Molesey

View from cabin on the Queen Victoria in the Bay of Biscay The spa On our Baltic Cruise in St Petersburg on 5th Sept 2013 onboard Queen Victoria with a perpetual night MSC Musica slipped her moorings for her next leg a truly lovely sight
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Submitted byTaylor, lee on the solent

Oceana at St Barts 19th Jan 2014 After a showery start the sun came out to give a magical rainbow halo over Castries Harbor in St Lucia on this wonderful Christmas cruise Azura Skjolden Norway Allure of the Seas - Front Ship Azura alongside in Olden Norway Azura Skjolden Norway One of the crew QM2 in Southampton
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With Queen Victoria to the Med

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3rd time on queen Vic and the best yet.
Quite honestly could not find fault. The ship was very well managed by the first lady captain, Captain Olsen.We had three incidents (two ill passengers who had to be taken off, one by helicopter and one by launch) also a minor fire in the air con system, a bit of smoke everywhere but it was soon dealt with. On each occasion the captain kept us fully informed, which was very welcome.
Some people had raised concerns that the quality and portion size had dropped in the Brittania restuarent.Well I suppose it all depends on what you were expecting, all I can say we were happy about it. The Lido self service restuarent was frenetic at peak times but tables were always available, and tables were cleared promptly
We went on several organised trips, and unlike another reviewer we thought Sicily was great, both Palermo and Messina were surrounded by lovely countryside, and our guides were friendly and informative. Must mention the Central Market in Valencia. Situated in a fabulous building, the market is huge, and the displays of food are incredible.
The guest speakers were first rate. Lord Digby-Jones in particular gave us a
witty, informative insight on the current political and financial climate, and was so refreshingly honest. There was also a very amusing gentleman who was a joke writer for many of the famous comedians, and told us lots of stories about them. Very amusing. The onboard entertainers were very good, comedian Adrian Walsh in particular kept us all amused. The Queens room is great for dancing, and the theatre is ideal for the shows, plently of seating and good views(only a few pillars). If you have cruised before recently unfortunately you will see the same production shows which is a bit tedious.
There is so much to occupy you onboard I defy anyone to get bored.
If you have thought about a first trip in this ship I would highly recommend.
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Cruise Line: Cunard Cruises
Times cruised before: 10+
Cruise Ship: Queen Victoria
Sailed: May, 2013
Destination: Mediterranean
Age: 65+
Cabin: Balcony


Quality of Food
Brittania restuarent
4

Entertainment
Very good mix of acts. Terrific comedian, lovely lady singer, a Dean martin tribute singer, a very gifted violinist. Ships big bands were terrific.
4

Shore Excursions
Best was Venice, Palermo, Corfu and Valencia
4

Staff
Several crew members impressed including entertainment staff, our waiters Ozzy and Binu.Also I would like to say how friendly and professional the Captain was
5

Children's Facilities
0

Onboard Activities
Penty.Quizes, art classes, ships choir, dancing lessons to name a few
4

Cabins
Yes although shower is very small
4

Overall Rating
4

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