Queen Victoria Cruise Review by bleazardd
- Sail Date: December 2014
- Destination: Western Mediterranean
- Cabin Type: Balcony
The ship is magnificent, a bit like a country house, which fitted the time of year with all the ships Christmas decorations in place. There are lots of comfortable lounge areas on board, from which to watch the world go by on sea days. The onboard lectures were excellent and the food the best we have ever had, even though the menu is written in 'flowery' language. Afternoon tea is an experience not to be missed in the Queens ballroom, remember to skip lunch! The cabins are spacious with much bigger balconies than we have had on other ships such as Ventura. The entertainment was first class. Drinks and tips expensive. Just adjust or even cancel the tips and give what you think is appropriate.
The on board talks were interesting and well presented.
Our top two cruise lines are now Celebrity and Cunard.
Bye the way, Biscay was kind to us, the ship pitched a little, but nothing to worry about.
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