Cunard Queen Anne Cruise Reviews

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"Long queues to board (due to a scanner that was not working), at Madeira for the same reason (until someone used some common sense and got the scanning done on shore from then on), for the elevators (one of which was not working throughout the entire 2 week cruise), at the Brittania Restaurant in the evening and when disembarking.I’ve never seen such a mess on any cruise ship of any line - and it was all the more inexcusable because (due to a clock change) they even had an extra hour to organise this...."Read More
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Fairly good so far.

Review for a Europe - British Isles & Western Cruise on Cunard Queen Anne

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Just Jeanie
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Overall very good. Lovely staff, room balcony cabin small but nicely done. Huge shower for a cruise ship. Salad buffet excellent. Minor problems. We eat a plant based diet and although cruises are getting betting we are still just tolerated rather than properly catered for. Staff do not understand English well and often think vegan is the same as gluten free. Vegan food has to be ordered in ...
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Sail Date: June 2024

Traveled with children


Not the ship for me.

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Loving the open seas
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Let me start with the positives....the showers are wonderful! To finally have a good size shower without a plastic shower curtain clinging on was fantastic. The standard of the speakers giving lectures and talks during the day was generally(with one exception who shall be nameless) excellent, particularly Philip St Lawrence who brought history to life with his passion for his subject. The ...
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Sail Date: June 2024


Excellent cruise on beautiful ship.

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BossMan5
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

Just returned from the British Isles cruise and naming ceremony - the ship is certainly different to the rest of the fleet but in its own way beautiful. It doesn't feel your on a large ship because of the clever design with the bars feeling quite compact. The food and service as ever was excellent. We especially liked the Artisan Food Hall where you are served the food rather than a free for ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


Lovely ship but some big ‘misses’

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Selbourne
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

Whilst a number of Cunard regulars seemed to dislike the ship (or at least aspects of it), we thought that Queen Anne was a lovely ship. The public rooms combine Cunard’s art deco history with modernity and, in our opinion, it works very well. We felt that the public areas seemed quite upmarket and welcoming. The exception was the promenade deck which is the worst that we have seen. At least 75% ...
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Sail Date: May 2024

Traveled with disabled person


A new ship, embrace the change.

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Whitto
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We are 12 days into the British Isles cruise and naming ceremony. Having sailed with Cunard previously, my first impression was how modern the ship is but still retaining some subtle Art Deco features. As expected, there are one or two minor hiccups which I am sure will be ironed out in time. The food is excellent although service is a little slow. The buffet/artisan food hall, has ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


She's pretty, but not for me

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3rdGenCunarder
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Disclaimer: I am not a fan of HAL's Pinnacle ships, but I decided to give Cunard's Pinnacle a try. Queen Anne definitely better than the HAL versions. She isn't bad, I didn't hate her, but she just isn't my ship. My initial response was that the ship is very pretty but something was missing. After a while, I figured out that my problem with QA is that she doesn't feel like a Cunarder. She's ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


Queen Anne does not live up to Cunard standards

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Cheterly
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

Just got back from British Isles 14 night cruise. I found the queens room adequate for ballroom dancing and daytime dance lessons etc. but not for sequence dancing. There were only 3 couples trying to sequence so for the ship to cater to only 6 people doesn’t make sense. The band overall was fine and some nights better for ballroom then others. They had one dance host/teacher who never made ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


Nice ship but not for ballroom danvcers

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Tangodancer28
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Queen Anne is a perfectly nice ship with some interesting features such as the Pavilion area with sliding roof. Cabins are fine (Queens Grill) and some problems in other Cunard ships have been fixed such as reading lights. The wifi is excellent although crazily expensive. However, this is not the ship for you if you enjoy ballroom and/or sequence dancing. I am contrasting it with QM2 over ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


Oh dear I hate it

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TimMackey
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Lovely ship decor, we have a big ocean view right up front above the bridge. Don’t like the ship layout at all - open plan style. Buffet is terrible, queues for everything, NO self service for even a piece of toast or a bread roll. Brittania restaurant is very noisy, low ceilings, hard surfaces - we’ve moved tables twice but not much better. Queens room is like an airport departure lounge. ...
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Sail Date: May 2024

Traveled with children


First time Cunard voyage on Queen Anne

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TowandaUK
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

First timers on Cunard having previously sailed with Celebrity. Booked for date and itinerary and realised later that it was only the second voyage on a brand new ship. As with most things there were pluses and minuses. Inevitably I may make some comparisons with Celebrity along the way. Embarkation As newcomers we had a time of 2.45 for check in. We arrived by car an hour and a 1/4 ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


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