Queen Elizabeth Review


Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Queen Elizabeth
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jan 2013
Cabin: Oceanview

Just got off the Queen Elizabeth in Ft Lauderdale,after a 14 day transatlantic & Caribbean cruise ,14 days of purgatory,what a boring & truly lifeless ship with no atmosphere.

Most passengers on board think they are someone they aren't because they are on a "Cunard " ship.As one chap said one day when we were cuing to get back on board after a day on a beach,a woman pushed past us up the gangway, "There goes one of the Cunard Mafia ".

Embarkation from Southampton was very well organized & when we got on board our cases were already in our cabin.The ship is quite old fashioned inside but very well set out, plenty of Bars etc,but the noise from the engines is very loud on deck 2 especially in the cafe/bar & the vibration in our cabin on deck one was very noticeable.

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Cabin EB

DECK 1 cabin 1022 experianced a lot of vibration when ship under way in all sea conditions.

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