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Queen Victoria is very different from the QM2, in that the over all size is smaller, but it still packs a wondrous punch of individualism and class. The furnishings from the carpet to the paintings on the walls help restore an era from long ago.

Queen Elizabeth is the newest vessel, which first sailed in late 2010. With this being Cunard Line's newest ship they have brought back the feel of the 1920's and 1930's. Cruisers are thrilled with the new ship and are flocking to it in droves for an experience of complete relaxation. // ]]>

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth: Overview Cunard Cruise Line Review The Queen Elizabeth is the newest ship on Cunard’s fleet, which started sailing in October 2010.The Queen Elizabeth is the second largest ship Cunard has and it certainly doesn’t disappoint, just like its sister ships Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria. Featuring elegant décor throughout the public rooms, …

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Queen Mary 2 in Liverpool

Queen Mary 2

Queen Mary 2: Overview Cunard Cruise Line Review Queen Mary 2 or QM2, is possibly the finest of the 3 vessels in Cunard’s fleet. Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 entered service in 2004 being able to hold 2,620 guests on board. It recently underwent a refurbishment in late 2011 to upgrade all of the staterooms and …

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Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria: Overview Cunard Cruise Line Review Queen Victoria is the 2nd to last to join the Cunard fleet in December 2007.  She is more like her sister Queen Elizabeth and a little different from Queen Mary 2, but like all three vessels she proudly upholds the famous heritage and traditions expected from the Cunard …

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