Queen Elizabeth 2
Queen Elizabeth 2 has been retired and is no longer in service
This is, without a doubt, the most famous ship of our time. Built on the famed river Clyde, the Queen Elizabeth 2 was christened by HRH the Queen in 1969. Originally a steam ship, she was converted into a motor ship in the world's largest-ever technical conversion of a passenger ship in 1986/87, carried out by the internationally renowned Lloyd Werft in Germany. She ran trans Atlantic crossings until her younger sister, the Queen Mary 2 was launched. Since then she is serving as a cruise ship offering itineraries world wide. She was most recently refurbished in 1999.
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36 1 UNKNOWN16 users found this review helpful.
Cunard Line QE2 Mediterranean Treasures Having booked this cruise in January the build up to it took us through a wave of emotions. This was our first cruise, and what better...read more
47 2 UNKNOWN2 users found this review helpful.
Cunard Line QE2 Transatlantic Beware that they drop attractions from itinerary very easily. We got 1 day of fjord cruising canceled, because in the morning there was slight ...read more
39 65 6-day Transatlantic Crossing4 users found this review helpful.
Cunard Line QE2 Transatlantic Ernie Roller “A Voyage of Superlatives” Line: Cunard Sail Date: January 3, 2006 From/To: Southampton to New York Cabin: 2108...read more
n/a n/a UNKNOWN6 users found this review helpful.
Cunard's QE2 thru the Panama Canal I met the QE2 when we were in a taxi driving up to the Miami docks with my parents and sister. First impressions do last! She was...read more
n/a n/a UNKNOWN2 users found this review helpful.
Trip of a Lifetime We have never sailed before, so we have nothing to compare our experience too, however, we have read over 50 on-line cruise reviews from the numerous...read more
31 to 40 2nd New York - Southampton4 users found this review helpful.
Let me begin by offering a valuable piece of information, shared with me repeatedly while aboard the QE2. That is, the QE2 is not, I repeat NOT a cruise ship. It is, rather, a luxury...read more
31 to 40 3 Transatlantic Westbound5 users found this review helpful.
Few reviews seem to focus on travelling with young children, so I just wanted to sing the praises of the nursery on board the QE2. It's the only one I've found that will give full...read more
41 to 50 21 Cape Town to Southampton11 users found this review helpful.
I like this ship but would not recommend the QE2 to new cruisers or those who want glitz, glamour, partying or sophistication. To me, the QE2 is like a stately home - holding onto...read more
31 to 40 6 Westbound Crossing Southampton/NY
In this Day and Single Accommodation, so there were lots of singles, simply travelling home or to holiday in a relaxed, jet lag free environment - A Big Plus For Single Travellers!...read more
Mark and Sharon Miller
34 and 33 6 Gibraltar, Palma del Mallorca, Barcelona,3 users found this review helpful.
Our room was a category c3 which meant that we ate at the Caronia Restaurant. The food was extremely fresh, well-prepared, and tasty as well as finely presented. There's...read more