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10 Cunard Queen Victoria Cruise Reviews for Romantic Cruises to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

Xmas and new year cruise to the canaries From embarkation to disembarkation it was everything we expected Arrived at the port 10.15 checked in and on by ten fifty five Balcony Cabin 4042 near stairway A no issues quiet location ... Read More
Xmas and new year cruise to the canaries From embarkation to disembarkation it was everything we expected Arrived at the port 10.15 checked in and on by ten fifty five Balcony Cabin 4042 near stairway A no issues quiet location the balcony had a solid front which didn’t cause any issues A very calm transit through the Bay of Biscay Food and waiters in Brittania we’re excellent best we have had (Alex and Jeffrey) New Year’s Eve was spectacular We enjoyed all the ports, disappointing that we didn’t get into Madeira, this was due to the weather, it was not safe for the tenders, very scary watching other tenders going into port Would highly recommend a very good cruise The only negative I have is the high costs of the drinks and the cost of spa treatments, if only they reduced the prices t am sure more people would indulge Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
The voyage was to the Canaries from Southampton. At the start , we were a little apprehensive due to the Bay of Biscay but the ship handled it well despite the 4Mtr swells. We had superb food in the Britannia restaurant and Lido, probably ... Read More
The voyage was to the Canaries from Southampton. At the start , we were a little apprehensive due to the Bay of Biscay but the ship handled it well despite the 4Mtr swells. We had superb food in the Britannia restaurant and Lido, probably the best to date. We were also glad to see that Cunard were maintaining the dress code, I did not see anyone who was not dressed to the correct standard. The dress standard is what Canard is all about. The dining staff were extremely attentive and were very keen to try and please. The ship was decorated beautifully in readiness for Christmas, we even had a small Christmas tree in the room. Our Stateroom was very comfortable, the Cunard staff could not do enough for us, nothing was too much trouble. The enrichment activities were wonderful, in particular the NASA talks by Jim Kennedy. Overall the evening entertainment was to a high standard in particular the Cunard show called Hollywood nights, especially the new introduction of the "Greatest showman" which we thought was stunning. Most of the evenings involved late night drinks in the Commodore club listening to a pianist/singer. Overall a fantastic cruise Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
Superlative in every respect, including food, which some other reviewers have criticized. i can't see why. The selections in the Britannia restaurant were well-varied and appealing. The Spa selections show that you could achieve the ... Read More
Superlative in every respect, including food, which some other reviewers have criticized. i can't see why. The selections in the Britannia restaurant were well-varied and appealing. The Spa selections show that you could achieve the impossible if you wanted to: lose weight while eating well on a cruise! The Lido buffet was as sumptuous as you're likely ever to find in a buffet -- including such delicacies as venison. The ship was 100% sold out for our cruise of the Adriatic and Greek Islands, yet it never felt crowded. The shore excursions (and embarkation and disembarkation) were executed flawlessly without waiting and without making you feel like cattle on a drive. The dress code is a plus as far as I'm concerned. Two black tie nights out of seven is just right, and jackets without tie the others is dressy enough to be special without being burdensome. Most of the entertainment -- pianist, humorist, etc. -- was very good. Only the resident company of dancers and singers was disappointing. All in all, if you're looking for top-shelf service, food, ambiance, accommodations and general elegance, you'll love Queen Victoria. If your idea of a cruise is to stay in cutoffs and flip flops 24/7, then this ship is not for you. Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
I have a bucket list and a cruise including the Greek islands was on it. I'm retired with a flexible schedule so at least weekly I get on the internet looking for cruise deals that hit that bucket list. This 14 night cruise popped up ... Read More
I have a bucket list and a cruise including the Greek islands was on it. I'm retired with a flexible schedule so at least weekly I get on the internet looking for cruise deals that hit that bucket list. This 14 night cruise popped up offering a great price for a balcony cabin. I checked reviews on the Cruise Critic website and became worried that this was a gamble that might not pay off. My fiance and I like dressing up for dinner and Cunard's evening dress code seemed a perfect fit. If the previous Queen Victoria cruise reviews were true experiences I believe Cunard has taken action to improve every aspect of the cruise experience. I cruise at least twice a year and previously cruised 15 cruises with Royal Caribbean, Princess, and more recently Celebrity. The Britannia dining room food we experienced offered a menu that was different every night, beautiful presentation, perfectly cooked, served hot, well seasoned, and an adequate portion size. I never eat desert at home but we got hooked on their excellent deserts! We ate the buffet for breakfast and lunch and enjoyed the very tasty food. The fish was being cooked behind to the buffet line and was excellent! I noticed a woman daily checking the dinner meals coming from the galley and checking the buffet food and always checked with us for feed back. We never felt the need to try the upscale dining rooms. At home I drink Cabernet blends and I didn't find a red wine I enjoyed and the onboard drink and wine prices are expensive ... my fiance enjoyed the better house Chilean Chardonnay next time I will bring my own on board and pay corkage. The balcony cabin was a nice size with adequate closets, a comfortable bed, a large flat screen tv, nice sized balcony, and our room attendant was pleasant and did a great job. Getting on and off the ship was fast and efficient. There was no waiting around for the room to be ready and our suit cases beat us to the cabin!! Every night we attended the 10:30 show which featured British entertainers and the house entertainment groups were very good. Everyone on board was very pleasant. We took one ok excursion in Corfu otherwise we did our own thing which for us worked out well. The ports were half good and half were lame. We will check first with Cunard for our next cruise! Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
This was our first cruise and probably our last and never with Cunard again. We chose Cunard on reputation, one that we found is not all it seems. It was a paradox. Both excellent and dreadful. We stayed in a Queens Suite with the ... Read More
This was our first cruise and probably our last and never with Cunard again. We chose Cunard on reputation, one that we found is not all it seems. It was a paradox. Both excellent and dreadful. We stayed in a Queens Suite with the accompanying Queens Grill. This was excellent and without fault. The butlers and waiters were a delight - nothing was too much trouble. The plush sun beds, afternoon tea, nicely appointed suite with plenty of free Bombay gin....all absolutely perfect. As soon as you venture off decks 11 & 12 and head below it all goes horribly wrong. Rude staff (plenty of them and all front of house oddly), the Lido 'transport' cafe, dreadfully poor entertainment, dull shopping, and guests in shorts, flip flops and slippers while you are trussed up in a tuxedo - so much for the dress code. They also manged to mess up both the embarkation and disembarkation with the private transport over an hour late and then not even showing up. As for the outrageously expensive 'Cunard' excursion, avoid these if you, a.) Want to enjoy your trip b.) avoid feeling completely ripped off. I could write a thesis on our experience but as far to say if we had not stayed in the Queen's Grill this would have been one of the most disappointing holidays in over 20 years. Back to flying to real luxury hotels in beautiful countries. Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
My girlfriend and I chose Cunard's Queen Victoria for our eastern Mediterranean cruise last summer. The choice was based on the amazing port itinerary, Cunard's strong reputation, and reasonable value. We definitely did not go ... Read More
My girlfriend and I chose Cunard's Queen Victoria for our eastern Mediterranean cruise last summer. The choice was based on the amazing port itinerary, Cunard's strong reputation, and reasonable value. We definitely did not go wrong. The ship is beautiful. Elegant, understated, classy, perfect for the kind of cruise we were looking for. A nice size ship, big enough, but small and intimate, and easy to navigate. The adult-only pool aft is nice, although it can be a bit crowded, as should be expected. The food was outstanding throughout the two weeks, from the buffet for any meal, to the main restaurant which was lovely, with excellent service, and great meals every time. We also went to the Verandah, one of their specialty restaurants, twice, and had two extremely excellent meals. My former girlfriend now my fiancee took me to the Verandah for afternoon tea. This was also delicious, fun, and really amazing experience. Even the poolside burgers and fries were good, nothing fantastic, but plenty good. All the bars were great. The two standouts for me were the champagne bar (Veuve Clicquot, not too shabby) which was always surprisingly very quiet, and the Commodore Club, which was a quite classy cocktail lounge forward with a great view and excellent drinks and variety. Service was excellent throughout all bars. All service was excellent. There was an issue with our daily restaurant reservation, but once I mentioned it to the maitre d, he took care of it well before it could actually impact us. For our cruise, they also had a band throughout, Blue Haze, and they were great musicians, very friendly, and great fun. This was my best cruise experience to date. Many reasons for that, but part of the credit definitely goes to Cunard, the Queen Victoria, and her outstanding staff. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
Venice airport and transfer, chaos. Ship lovely, class above most other cruise lines. Entertainment good, to our taste. Cabin good, crew friendly and service first class. Breakfast and lunch food in Lido, bars good and pianist plus ... Read More
Venice airport and transfer, chaos. Ship lovely, class above most other cruise lines. Entertainment good, to our taste. Cabin good, crew friendly and service first class. Breakfast and lunch food in Lido, bars good and pianist plus canapés in the Commodore bar a great way to start the evening. Do you feel a but coming ? This was our 15th cruise having been on most cruise lines , expensive and cheap ........ But dinner in the Brittania Restaurant was the worst MDR offering we have ever had. Lack of choice, small portions, seem to have dropped a course, basic food, no wow factor, certainly the size of the appetisers and cheese were both a joke. No prime rib, no Lobster, no fall back choices available, nothing special at all. Cunard seem to be cutting back in the Brittania Dining Room, it was three star at best. We are not complainers, we just never go back and will now think twice about going with Cunard again, the evening meal should be special and a highlight to be looked forward to, in this case it was not! Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
I have cruised with lots of cruise lines and wanted to sail with Cunard. As I choose the itinerary before the ship the choice has never included Cunard as it was always so much more expensive. I know some of you may say you get what you ... Read More
I have cruised with lots of cruise lines and wanted to sail with Cunard. As I choose the itinerary before the ship the choice has never included Cunard as it was always so much more expensive. I know some of you may say you get what you pay for but it may not always be the case. So we saw a great deal, to places we wanted to go to and booked. The itinerary was fantastic. Starting in Venice, going to Croatia, Greece and Turkey, a few of the places we hadn't been before which we looked forward to. To Cunards credit the ship was fabulous, lots of art deco touches and the art work is outstanding. Also outstanding is the cleanliness of the ship, one of the cleanest ships I have ever been on, except for the windows and balcony glass that is! Likewise the food is excellent but I would say no better than other cruise lines we have been with. The downside, for us was the entertainment. This ship is great if you like ballroom dancing and classical music. It had, in the two weeks 2 shows with singers and dancers combined. Other shows included singers and a comedian. Also a flautist who was on 2 nights and a violinist who was on 2 nights. They both were excellent but around the ship there were other classical music groups e.g a string quartet and a harpist. Whilst I enjoy classical music I found it too much for my taste. There was a group called synergy which played in hemispheres and out on deck. They had the chance to play in the queens room once and it was packed. Also around the ship it was noticeable how empty all the bars were. At times it was like being on the Marie Celeste. I noticed people bringing their own drink onto the ship, something other cruise liners don't allow. So I can only summise that the bars were empty as everyone was drinking in their rooms. However it was not tea or coffee, as there are no tea or coffee facilities in the rooms, something we have got used to on other ships. However they do have 24 hour room service. So to sum up we had a great holiday with the ports of call, the lovely room, the beautiful food and the clean ship. However this ship lacked life! Even the sail aways were non existent. Nobody got up to dance which I have never seen before on a sail away. Cunard you need to address this! I talked to many people over the two weeks from all over the world and they asked me is this the best of British? Which is what they see as Cunard's saying. Many moaned about the entertainment being stuffy! I would tend to agree. Needless to say I will continue to sail with other cruise lines but Cunard, sorry, your entertainment is not for me! Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
This was our 3rd cruise on the QV so we knew what to expect on the ship. We travelled in Queen's Grill on an upgrade from Princess. The suite was very comfortable. It was great to have a seperate shower, my husband loved the jacuzzi ... Read More
This was our 3rd cruise on the QV so we knew what to expect on the ship. We travelled in Queen's Grill on an upgrade from Princess. The suite was very comfortable. It was great to have a seperate shower, my husband loved the jacuzzi bath! I loved the longer and deeper balcony than when in Princess Grills. We arrived in Istanbul at a remote airfield some 85Km from Istanbul. Our flight from Manchester was with Titan Airways. Cunard had not purchased any food or drink with the charter. There was limited choice available for purchase. Luggage was limited to 20kg plus 5kg with no option to purchase any additional extra baggage. (There is a discussion re this on the cruise roll call). As it was, the check in staff didn't seem too fussed. The flight is part of the cruise and when charted directly attributable to Cunard. p & O used to do it so much better - not sure if they still do? Getting through border control (an yes you do need a Visa) took ages as did baggage reclaim. Surprisingly as we were the only large plane at the airport - though having read the reviews re Istanbul airport, perhaps we were lucky. We finally arrived at the ship at around 5.30. We were soon on board. And made the most of watching the coming and goings on the Bospherous - a lovely warm evening. We had requested a table for two, by the window and this is what we got. We were however very near to the next table and it was almost impossible not to talk to them without appearing rude. I think the demand for tables for two exceeds the space. So in reality it is a table for 6 with space to get the waiter in between. The food selection was excellent. The first day was at sea as we cruised through the Dardenelles. It was a very relaxing day. Lots of things to do if you wanted but we just chilled or in my case warmed up as I purchased 5 day access to the spa. The spa isn't as large as on the QM2 but the hot tiled loungers are very relaxing and the pool is more like a very warm swimming pool than a jacuzzi. The first port of call was Santorini. We have visited before whilst staying on Crete. The tour itself was fine, the downside was, and it turned out to be a big downside, is that it finished in Fira for some reason rather than at the Ferry port where we were tendered at the beginning. There were 5 cruise ships in the Caldera so the Island was swarming with people. The tour guide gave us all a ticket for the cable car and said the other choices was to walk down the 800 odd steps or take a donkey to the tenders. Well to cut a long story short, we walked the 800 steps down. The temp that day was over 40C. The queue for the cable car was 2 hrs long and there were people stood in the hot blazing sun who would have struggled to walk down. We struggled as there are mules going up and down as well as people. The steps are very slippery and I know of at least one person who took a very nasty fall and may have broken her wrist. Those who were visiting Santorini for the first time said they would never return. The people of Fira didn't benefit from tourists as most were in the queue and it didn't do the reputation of Cunard or Santorini any good. On my previous trip we had time to shop in Fira before been taken back by coach to the ferry port rather having to use the cable car, donkeys or shanks pony. I am sure if only one ship had been in it wouldn't have been a problem but it was and was one of the hot topics of conversation for the next few days. We didn't take any trips at Katacolon and just chilled beside the seaside. One more sea day and then a lovely early morning approach along the Amalfi Coast (port side) into Salerno. We visited Herculaneum, great guide shared the history and the horror of that final day. we all jumped we he said that Mt Vesuvius was quite wihena sudden clap of thunder suggested for on brief second, that it had woken up! The only downside was it took us 45 mins to get out of the port area. We arrived in Rome the next day and transferred to a hotel so we would have more time to see Rome. I would like to commend Cunard in using the services of Aloschi travel for our transfer to the airport. We were picked up on time and transferred in a luxury car to the airport where we were met by a gentleman who took us to the priority check in desk. He then walked us down to the right security gate and told us what to do to find the 'little train". We flew back scheduled BA flights, delayed due to the airport being closed because of thunderstorms. We went to 2 shows, the first based on well know artists which was OK, the second where the 4 lead singers sang songs from shows and films which was very good. All the musicians we heard were very good. The Verandah restaurant was outstanding and well worth the money though our own waiters couldn't understand why we wanted to eat there. The chap talking about smuggling was informative and gave a good insight into what happens behind the scenes. All in all a very good cruise and we have booked for next year In October when it will be a lot cooler. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
One more cruise on the Queen Victoria, and we were delighted to find the ship as usual, in excellent condition. This classical masterpiece of modern cruising, if we may call her so, looks every time the same as some years ago, when we ... Read More
One more cruise on the Queen Victoria, and we were delighted to find the ship as usual, in excellent condition. This classical masterpiece of modern cruising, if we may call her so, looks every time the same as some years ago, when we embarked on her for the first time. As to the particular cruise, it was special, as it combined two anniversaries simultaneously: the 100 years of the Gallipoli campaign in WWI, and the 175 years of Cunard line. Embarkation in the port of Piraeus (Athens, Greece) was smooth. We were soon on board ('always nice to be back'), straight to our cabin, where our suitcase already waited for us. The same did a bottle of complimentary sparkling wine (which I think applies even to those traveling to Cunard for the first time). The cabin was spacious and tastefully decorated, with a nice sofa/sitting area. Storage space was ample, and there was one additional large drawer under every bed. Arguably, the weak point of the cabin (and virtually of all this beautiful ship) was the bathroom, a bit on the Spartan side and somewhat small. In addition, the water stall in the shower was fixed, something that we are not accustomed to. However, the bathroom was adequate and neatly appointed (and after having a fixed water stall in a Waldorf Astoria suite bath, in New York, we have realized that it is more common than we used to believe). Moreover, the bathroom was made more attractive by the provision of toiletries: shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and body lotion. After trying various brands through the years that we travel with them, Cunard has introduced Quercus toiletries, which we found superb and the best of any cruise line that we have traveled on. Also one could find in the bathroom a hair-cup, cotton in little balls and ear-cottonettes. Some other companies provide all these only in suites - as happens also with the slippers, which Cunard provides free and you can take them home (bathrobes are free for the duration of the cruise, and can be purchased after). A fruit basket also can be provided daily, after request. I must add that our cabin was kept in immaculate condition by our stewardess, Marian. Immediately after inspecting the cabin, we embarked on (re-) exploring and marveling at the ship. The Queen Victoria belongs to the Vista class of cruise liners, a successful ship design within the Carnival conglomerate, and she also combines elements from (at least) the Spirit class and the Princess Cruises ships. However, her designers took special care to differentiate her from the other ‘Vistas’ with magnificent interior innovations, creating unique and brilliant spaces, decorated in a fine Edwardian style, that bring you in mind the famous ocean liners of the past. It was the beauty of these spaces, combined with the classic cruise experience that Cunard offers to modern passengers, that has prompted us spontaneously to acclaim the ship 'a classical masterpiece of modern cruising'. So, her designers endowed this Queen with a three-deck Lobby (based on Princess Cruises ships), which may lack the huge spaces of other liners. but is full of grace. Another nice innovation is the Winter Garden (next to the Lido casual restaurant at the top), with its nice retractable glass dome, suitable for every weather conditions. However, the most brilliant innovations are the library and the ballroom. The two-story library, with rich 'wood' paneling and a central spiral staircase, contains 7,000 volumes and is one of the largest at sea (second only to QM2's). Accordingly, it had something to everyone's tastes and it reflected nicely Cunard's more cerebral ambiance. As to the two-deck high grand ballroom, the Queens Room, it is inspired by Osborn House (Queen Victoria's summer palace in the Isle of Wight), and Carolyn Spencer Brown, the Editor of Cruise Critic, has acclaimed it one of the finest rooms at sea. During the day this magnificent venue was host mainly to the elegant afternoon tea, served by waiters with white gloves, under the accompaniment of strings, harp or piano. At night dancing found here an ideal place - the stage is one of the largest at sea. The grand balls is a tradition that 175-years veteran Cunard knows perhaps better than any other cruise line. Actually, a special ball was held to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the company. I should add that contrary to some other lines, dancing in the ballroom and disco continued until late every night. Beyond formal tea and dancing, entertainment in Cunard is refined and more cerebral, as said, than in other lines. If you expect hairy chest contests and drunken passengers shouting in the cabin corridors, it is difficult to feel at home. On the contrary one can expect, as said again, strings, harp or piano. Cunard offers classic cruising, and it does it well. Classical restraint is part of both internal decoration and on board atmosphere. As to the shows, they were generally first rate. We enjoyed especially the Opera Boys and found the Royal Cunard Singers and Dancers charismatic, even if their shows 'Victoriana' and 'A stroke of genius', although brilliantly executed, left something to be missed. It must be added that the shows are complemented greatly by the magnificent West End-style theatre, the most beautiful we have ever seen afloat. The beauty of the nights on board is enhanced by the elegant dress code, unique to Cunard as far as we know, which takes place after 6:00 pm. Two nights of every week are formal, with tuxedo or dark suit with tie for gentlemen, and evening or cocktail dress for ladies. The rest of the nights are informal, with jacket required, tie optional, for gentlemen, and cocktail dress, stylish separates etc for ladies. People not wishing to adhere, can eat at the Lido casual restaurant and relax in the Winter Garden. But it is a pity not to be part of this wonderful elegant and festive atmosphere, which reminds of the Golden Age of ocean liners. Elegant dressing complements beautifully the marvelous surroundings of the ship, making every night special, and if you are romantic and nostalgic then search no longer. As to everyday activities, we found them plenty and enough to keep one entertained. Special mention should be made to the lecturer, Sir Simon Mayall, who also did a live commentary as the ship was passing through the Dardanelles to Anzac Cove. Dining was of the usual Cunard standard. In our recent cruises with Cunard we have found that desserts have improved considerably. Service in the Britannia restaurant, table 350B, was impeccable. Our waiters really surpassed themselves to accommodate our wishes. We had sometimes breakfast and lunch in the Lido casual restaurant, which we found very good in terms of variety and quality. The only things to be missed were fresh squeezed orange juice and chocolate milk in the morning, which we enjoyed much in our last Holland America cruise. We could not help to compare the ship to her younger sister, the Queen Elizabeth, on board of which we had the pleasure to travel relatively recently, some months ago. Both ships are virtually identical in terms of beauty and comfort, but in our humble opinion the Queen Victoria has the edge. The main reason for that is that the Queen Victoria offers the magnificent Chart Room (which her sister lacks), a beautiful piano lounge adjacent to the Britannia restaurant, an ideal place for pre-dinner drinks and canapes (as well as people-watching), one of the best places on board. Moreover, as said above her Winter Garden has a retractable glass dome (QE has a fixed glass ceiling), which during our cruise opened to the glorious Aegean sun and breeze. Last, Queen Victoria's Lido casual restaurant is brighter and feels more airy than that of her sister. So, thumbs up for gorgeous Vicky. It should be also noted that the ship was well maintained and clean, and one could see continuously members of the crew taking care of her. The itinerary was great. A splendid and sophisticated mix of Greek and Turkish 'delights'. Two full days in Istanbul gave one plenty of time to explore this fascinating city. Shopping in so many places, especially in the Grand Bazaar or the Spices Bazaar, or visiting the monuments of two great Empires (the Byzantine and the Ottoman) can keep one continuously occupied and delighted. Just be prepared for extended, Oriental bargaining. We had, for example, a taxi ride from port to the Sultanahmet historic centre for 5 euros, when the driver was initially asking 15. Next morning was dedicated to the one-hundredth anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign during WWI. Under live commentary, as said above, we travelled through the Dardanelles to Anzac Cove, There, a little ceremony took place to commemorate the heroes who fought in those battles. The ship then turned to Greece. Volos was a nice port and a convenient entrance to picturesque mount Pelion, known from ancient Greek mythology as the place of the centaurs, and perhaps more importantly to unique Meteora. These are huge, high rocks, crowned at their top by monasteries built since the Middle Ages. According to ancient Greek legend, too, Jason began the Argonautic expedition near Volos, in order to fetch the Golden Fleece. Last port was the island of Myconos, which I think needs no comment. An absolute 'must' for every visitor of the Aegean sea. In all our ports we preferred to do our own thing, as all cruise lines offer overpriced shore excursions - so we cannot comment on them. However, I have to say that whenever we booked Cunard shore excursions in the past, we have generally been satisfied with their organization and overall quality. Disembarkation in Piraeus was, like embarkation, smooth and swift. Overall a great cruise on a great ship. I have really tried to find something really negative to mention in this review, just to justify the word 'cruise critic', but could hardly find something. It is ten years now that we have cruised on Cunard, and contrary to other reviewers here, we have found the standards to be generally well kept and high, both in software and hardware. Now we are planning our next cruise on them. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Queen Victoria Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.2
Dining 5.0 4.1
Entertainment 4.0 3.7
Public Rooms 5.0 4.5
Fitness Recreation 5.0 3.8
Family 3.0 3.8
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.5
Enrichment 4.0 3.7
Service 4.0 4.3
Value For Money 4.0 3.6
Rates 3.0 3.7

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