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Cunard Queen Elizabeth Cruises for the Disabled Cruise Reviews
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Not what was expected..
"The itinerary was the main attraction of this Cruise. Booking had been done a previous cruise so all was seem less... The embarkation was quite simple and very rapid papers sent seemed to indicate a 1430..."Read More
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First time, very enjoyable

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Australia & New Zealand

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MaryFlorence

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

Although we have cruised before, this was our first cruise with Cunard. The Queen Elizabeth is a very comfortable ship. There are plenty of seats around the ship, and it is never hard to find a comfortable spot to relax, read a book, watch the scenery, play a card or board game or just chat to new friends. There are lots of activities on board, shops to visit, a very busy British pub, an ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Departure Port: Singapore

Cabin Type: Oceanview (obstructed view)

20 Helpful Votes


Relaxing but sedate

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Australia & New Zealand

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kimmk

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

We chose this cruise as a relaxing way to get home from South Africa. The ship gave a grand impression with wood paneling a feature. It appeared well maintained. For those who get sea sick, there was quite a bit of movement, even in relatively calm seas. We had a balcony cabin, we started in 5137- midship. This cabin had a tender boat directly underneath it , which obstructed our view ...
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Sail Date: November 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Traveled with disabled person

23 Helpful Votes


First time on Cunard and in Princess Grill which was an enjoyable one

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Baltic Sea

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BEBOBEAR

2-5 Cruises

Age 30s

An enjoyable cruise in Princess Grill for the following reasons; Lovely Princess Grill cabin mid ship with fantastic views, spaciousness and extras such as tea, coffee maker, good sized bathrooms with amenities and handy to all areas. The restaurant was amazing with an excellent table, service and food to die for. The only downside was both my husband eat Kosher food, two meals came with ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Departure Port: Kusadasi

Cabin Type: Princess Suite

6 Helpful Votes


How the Titanic Would Have Returned to the UK If Things Had Worked Out Better

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Transatlantic

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jupiter224

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

Would we go again on Cunard's Queen Elizabeth ? Absolutely. This was a late July east-bound transatlantic cruise with stops in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Iceland, Scotland, Dublin and finally Southampton. We were generally blessed with fine weather and calm seas; there was some movement on the north Atlantic but not enough to bother most people. Try to get your stateroom as close to the middle of ...
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Sail Date: July 2019

Departure Port: Riga

Cabin Type: Penthouse

2 Helpful Votes


24 enjoyable days

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Pacific Coastal

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Springermaniac

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

We live in Vancouver and one night after too much wine drinking the Cunard Ad for Queen Elizabeth is coming to Vancouver showed up on my Ipad. I remember checking the itinerary and was amazed that when it left Vancouver we could sail all the way to NYC. This seemed like a very rare opportunity to come to New York the old fashioned way aboard a Cunard Liner and sail around the North American ...
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Sail Date: June 2019

Departure Port: Brisbane

Cabin Type: Balcony

3 Helpful Votes


Excellent overall. Suggested improvements.

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Alaska

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Bub1224

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

We took a family party of 8, ages 5-73 on this to experience Alaska for the first time. We had 3 balcony cabins near the bow on level 5. The ship, was outstanding, elegant, and British-traditional in an updated version. I would recommend this cruise and ship to anyone wanting to see Alaska. I feel it necessary to contradict some of the negative reviews about the crew made by others. Our cabins ...
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Sail Date: May 2019

Departure Port: Brisbane

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled with children

2 Helpful Votes


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