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Queen Victoria Review

4.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating
527 reviews
28 Awards

Xmas market cruise "but not as we know it"

Review for Queen Victoria to the British Isles & Western Europe
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Rating by category

Public Rooms
Fitness & Recreation

Additional details

Sail Date: Dec 2017
Cabin: Standard Inside
The Victoria at Rotterdam
Inside the market at Rotterdam
The cube houses Rotterdam
The Cube house with the Pencil house in the back ground
A rather wet Brugge centre
The Redoutable Cherbourg

Having sailed from Southampton many times we were a bit surprised to find a tail back with CPS parking at the Ocean terminal.The weather caused a certain amount of anxiety amongst those travelling from a far and to make sure they never missed their time or indeed the ship they left in plenty of time, only to find the roads clear and turning up hours before embarkation time.

But once inside and having taken up the donated F card we found time quickly went by and I suppose 30 minutes later we were on the shipKnowing with Cunard that our cases will be safely placed in our cabins we headed for the Lido buffet and with our couple of cruise chums started the cruise from there.

We have always found that the lido gives a varied and tasty selection with the addition of an ice cream cone be a child again, if one desires any time of the day.

Cabin Review

Standard Inside

Cabin IF

Lovely cabin the bed's great the pillows magic but a tad stuffy at night air conditioning not the best

Port Reviews



Brugge (Bruges)

Brugge on our own


As explained in my cruise review


walk on our own

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