Just come back from one of the best Cruises we have ever been on.We decided to try a new Cruise line for our Journey to Norway and Iceland and went with "Cunard" Queen Victoria.Having never been with Cunard we were a bit apprehensive especially about the more Formal side of the Cruise.
Embarkation at Southampton was the quickest we have ever done,from getting off the Coach to stepping onto the Ship less than 20 mins!!!!The Ship was everything Cunard(White Star Lines) stands for,taking us back to the heady days of the majestic Liners of the 40s and 50s.we were met by the Staff in White Bell Boy Uniforms,the Staff friendly and welcoming.The Interior was impressive with Wood,stained Glass,Iron works on stairs,Atrium was beautiful and the 3 Violinists playing were Icing on the cake
The Inside Cabin was slightly bigger than other Cruise lines we have been in,bottle of Champagne waiting,Dressing Gowns and slippers and very Clean and Tidy.
Lovely Cabin,would say it was slightly bigger than most Insides.Very Clean and tidy.Steward Randy was excellent nothing too much trouble for him.Lovely Bathrobes and Slippers in the Cabin,Toiletries were always up to date.Nice bottle Champagne as well
Not a great deal to do here,nice walks if weather is good
Again unless you take atour not a great deal to do here
Loads to see and do,were here overnight and didnt disappoint