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Itineraries

QM2's bread and butter is its Atlantic crossings, which take place from spring through fall. Mixed in are sailings to the Baltic, British Isles, Norwegian Fjords and Caribbean, as well as a few short European coastal cruises.

Queen Victoria typically operates from Southampton (but also from ports like Venice and Athens) and heads to the Mediterranean, Canary Islands and Baltic. The ship will also sail a number of one-way Panama Canal cruises in winter 2011/2012 from Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles.

The mostly Southampton-based Queen Elizabeth offers cruises to the Baltic, Canary Islands and Mediterranean.

Additionally, all three ships sail world cruises.

Baltic & Northern Europe
Popular Itinerary:
Southampton -> At Sea -> Hamburg -> At Sea -> Southampton
Popular Itinerary:
Southampton -> At Sea -> Rostock (Warnemunde) -> Copenhagen -> Kristiansand, Norway Arrive Morning Depart Afterno -> At Sea -> Southampton -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Stockholm -> At Sea -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Helsinki
Popular Itinerary:
Hamburg -> At Sea -> Southampton
Canada & New England
Popular Itinerary:
Southampton -> Halifax -> Boston -> Boston -> New York (Manhattan) -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Southampton -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> New York (Manhattan) -> At Sea
Eastern Caribbean
Popular Itinerary:
Southampton -> At Sea -> At Sea -> St. Thomas -> Nevis -> St. Lucia -> St. Maarten -> Tortola -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> New York (Manhattan) -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> New York (Manhattan) -> At Sea
Eastern Mediterranean
Popular Itinerary:
Southampton -> Lisbon -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Southampton -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Madeira (Funchal) -> Las Palmas -> Las Palmas -> Lanzarote -> At Sea
Popular Itinerary:
Athens (Piraeus) -> Bodrum -> Santorini -> Katakolon (Olympia) -> At Sea -> Naples -> Rome (Civitavecchia) -> At Sea -> Florence (Livorno) -> Monaco -> Toulon, France Arrive Early Morning Depart Afterno -> Dardanelles, Turkey Arrive Afternoon Cruising Only -> Barcelona -> At Sea -> Rome (Civitavecchia) -> Istanbul -> Istanbul -> Dardanelles, Turkey Arrive Early Morning Cruising -> Volos -> Mykonos -> Athens (Piraeus) -> At Sea
South Pacific
Popular Itinerary:
Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) -> At Sea -> Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Los Angeles -> At Sea -> San Francisco -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Honolulu -> At Sea -> At Sea -> X Intl Dateline -> At Sea -> Apia, Western Samoa -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Suva -> At Sea -> Port Vila, Vanuatu -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Brisbane -> Bonaire -> Aruba -> At Sea -> Puerto Limon -> Panama Canal Full Transit -> At Sea
Transatlantic
Popular Itinerary:
New York (Manhattan) -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Southampton
Popular Itinerary:
Southampton -> Seville (Cadiz) -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Southampton -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Lisbon -> Gibraltar -> At Sea -> Barcelona -> Valencia, Spain Arrive Early Morning Depart Aftern -> Malaga, Spain
Popular Itinerary:
Rome (Civitavecchia) -> Corfu -> Kotor -> Dubrovnik -> At Sea -> Venice -> Venice -> At Sea -> Florence (Livorno) -> Monaco -> Toulon, France Arrive Early Morning Depart Afterno -> Barcelona -> At Sea -> Rome (Civitavecchia) -> At Sea
Western Mediterranean
Popular Itinerary:
Popular Itinerary:
Rome (Civitavecchia) -> Corfu -> Kotor -> Dubrovnik -> At Sea -> Venice -> Venice -> At Sea -> Florence (Livorno) -> Monaco -> Toulon, France Arrive Early Morning Depart Afterno -> Barcelona -> At Sea -> Rome (Civitavecchia) -> At Sea
World
Popular Itinerary:
Brisbane -> At Sea -> Auckland -> Auckland -> Bay Of Islands (paihia), New Zealand -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Sydney (Australia) -> At Sea -> Sydney (Australia) -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Milford Sound, New Zealand Arrive Morning Depart E -> At Sea -> Akaroa, New Zealand -> Wellington
Popular Itinerary:
New York (Manhattan) -> Panama Canal, Panama Arrive Early Morning Cruising -> At Sea -> Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera) -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Cabo San Lucas -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Los Angeles -> At Sea -> At Sea -> San Francisco -> San Francisco -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Honolulu -> Maui -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Pago Pago -> Cross International Dateline Cross Int''l Dateline -> At Sea -> Apia, Western Samoa -> At Sea -> Nuku Alofa, Tonga -> At Sea -> Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) -> At Sea -> Auckland -> Bay Of Islands (paihia), New Zealand -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Sydney (Australia) -> Nassau -> At Sea -> At Sea -> Curacao -> At Sea

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Member Reviews
69%

Just returned from a 7 night cruise from Athens calling at Istanbul, Volos and Mykonos. Usually sail with Seabourn, friends suggested Queens Grill as a comparison. Big ...

by StuartH

This was our second cruise on the Queen Elizabeth in the September month, each sailing from Venice. We stayed for 3 nights at the Hilton Garden Hotel, Mestre, a five ...

by Borodog

Sunday 7th September

As we live in The Midlands, we always prefer to travel to Southampton the previous day. It's too much rush and panic otherwise. Unlike our ...

by JollyJackTar52
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