Cunard Queen Victoria Cruise Reviews for Senior to UK from Southampton

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Dare To Dream....................We did!
"The boat trip with Rohn was awesome taking in Pulpit Rock and up close sights of the fjords afterwards we had a walk round Stavanger (Note Cathedral is sheeted up in scaffold and cloths and closed until 2025 according to the signs) we then went to the petroleum and Oil museum which was very good, highly informative, thought provoking and a good display of dinosaurs!Our first day being a sea day gave us chance to have a good look around the only spoiler being the glass surrounds to the decks being exceedingly grubby, water marked and smearey...."Read More

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Awesome Christmas Voyage !

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

Suarez
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

First time with cruising Cunard , cruising during Christmas and cruising just my wife and I . The ship queen victoria is excellent with their food and beverage. Great food , superb customer service and ambiance. Entertainment was awesome and the ship is very well maintained. We definitely would cruise with Cunard and recommend it . Our cruise was during December 11th to December 23rd , 2023 . ...
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Sail Date: December 2023


Last time on Cunard after 20 years

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

Opiniaster
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We chose to be in Queens Grill, in a cabin on deck 4 at the aft of the ship. Not our first time in QG but we were clearly trusting on hope over experience as our previous experience was very poor but time heals. Our cabin vibrated when the ship was underway, and was impossible to sleep in on several nights of the cruise. I went to resolve this issue and was given a "sleeping cabin" in ...
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Sail Date: December 2023

Cabin Type: Queens Suite


Dreadful standards and attitudes from many staff including managers

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

Disgruntled23
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

I couldn't afford a Christmas cruise so opted for this one. Really wish I hadn't as so many things in the room went wrong all cruise and on the last night KPOP/Bollywood music blaring out on deck one which could be heard from the lifts by the atrium. Cruise Director thought it was fine to have this music disturbing everyone because it was motivational! What a load of claptrap. He then lied ...
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Sail Date: December 2023


Amazing Grills Experience - Le Harve & Rotterdam

Review for a Baltic Sea Cruise on Queen Victoria

Craigrlewis
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

19th cruise with Cunard and very impressed. Le Harve & Rotterdam From embarkation onwards was great. Dining in QG with Deepak and MJ as our waiters.They were friendly and professional. Ordered off menu a few times (seafood cocktail; various lobster dishes; rum baba and baked Alaska) and no issues at all. Butler was lovely and you could set you watch with her canapé delivery ...
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Sail Date: December 2023

Cabin Type: Queens Suite


Excellent Northern Lights cruise on a beautiful ship

Review for a Baltic Sea Cruise on Queen Victoria

tacticalbanjo
10+ Cruises • Age 30s

We had a fabulous time on this Northern Lights cruise and readers can look up my Live From thread on the Cunard boards for more detail. We sail with a toddler which is unusual for Cunard but their kids club is great. Our child is under 2 so we have to remain with her in the kids club during the day but between 6 and 11pm, they put out travel cots and you can leave your sleeping child while you ...
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Sail Date: November 2023

Cabin Type: Balcony, obstructed view

Traveled with children


Northern Lights / Norway / all things British

Review for a Norwegian Fjords Cruise on Queen Victoria

Okie Lady
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We chose Cunard because it was named as a Northern Lights Cruise. We wanted to see Norway, Northern Lights and Viking Villages. The Cunard transfers to get to the ship and back were seamless. Great flights, the shuttle service was on time and accommodating both directions. The ship onboard and offboard process was seamless and easy. The cabin steward and purser staff were very helpful and ...
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Sail Date: November 2023

Cabin Type: Oceanview


First time cruiser on Cunard - very pleasantly surprised

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

Al_W
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

After 15 cruises on P&O, X, MSC & Royal Caribbean we decided to try a Cunard cruise. We have found PO standards have degraded in the last 2 years and 3 cruises. We started our Cunard experience on a short cruise to Amsterdam and were really pleased with the experience and so glad we tried them. Will definitely be up there on the list of preferred cruise lines going forward. Queen Victoria ...
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Sail Date: November 2023

Cabin Type: Balcony


Pleasantly surprised but,beware the shuttle bus!!

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

plodus
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Our 5th time on QV and our 7th with Cunard we have always gone Grills for an expensive treat but,due to rapidly falling standards and rapidly increasing prices in Grills, we opted to try Brittania Class and were pleasantly surprised. Boarding was QE2 Terminal and was a bit shambolic because ,as usual,lots of people ignored their allocated time turning up hours early and the place was manic ...
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Sail Date: October 2023

Cabin Type: Balcony


Sailing on Quenn Vistoria with Walking Difficulties

Review for a Baltic Sea Cruise on Queen Victoria

fabnfortysomething
10+ Cruises • Age 20s

Several years I started a series of blogs relating our adventures[and misadventures] of cruising with someone who has walking difficulties ie my husband. For anonymity I call him 6. You may remember the 70s series about Steve Austin an astronaut who was severely injured and rebuilt with bionics to the tune of 6 million dollars. Well as a result of Rheumatoid arthritis hitting him in his ...
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Sail Date: October 2023

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled with disabled person


No longer welcoming for solo travellers

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

Solowidow
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Since my husband passed away, I have travelled on 6 Cunard cruises as a solo passenger. Since COVID the first thing that you notice is the lack of staff which makes things awkward for solos. On the first evening there used to be a solo travellers get together where the Social Host/Hostess and Dance Hosts would make you feel welcome (with a glass of bubbly) and get you talking to other solo ...
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Sail Date: October 2023


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