Queen Elizabeth is our newest luxury liner, named in 2010 by Her Majesty the Queen. Recalling the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name, her elegance and modern features have won her many accolades and made her a firm favourite with her passengers. Discover more about Queen Elizabeth including her unique facilities and explore her decks through the links below.
Night time Entertainment
It may be night time that most sets the Queen Elizabeth experience apart from other ships. For where else will you attend such dazzling affairs as a Black and White Ball, Royal Ascot Ball or Buccaneer Ball all in a setting as stunning as the Queens Room ballroom
Do you fancy yourself as an entertainer? Then join in the Karaoke in the Golden Lion.
The Golden Lion is the location for those who wish to test their minds in the nightly Pub Quiz.
The Midships Bar welcomes you each evening with soft relaxing music from Queen Elizabeth’s resident pianist.
The string quartet is the perfect accompaniment to white-gloved Afternoon Tea in the Queens Room and also sets the tone for the sparkling Royal Night Theme Balls.
Royal Court Theatre
The resident Queen Elizabeth Theatre Company presents an imaginative repertoire in the Royal Court Theatre, which includes stunning musical productions and abridged Shakespeare classics.
Enjoy a first-run feature during your voyage in the spectacular setting of the Royal Court Theatre. You’ll also find a selection of movies throughout the day on our stateroom television.
- Queens Room
A magnificent Grand Ballroom whose artwork and murals reflect our cherished royal links. The setting for Royal Nights Themed Balls and white-gloved Afternoon Tea.
- Royal Night Theme Balls
The Queens Room Ballroom is host to Cunard’s magnificent Royal Night Theme Balls. Practice your newly acquired dance steps at the Cunard Ball and show off your cloaks and caps or velvet gowns and high collards during the Elizabethan Ball. Or enjoy a traditional waltz, all to the sound of the wonderful orchestra.
- Yacht Club
Named after the lively QE2 venue, with its quirky nautical features, including the compass-shaped dance floor, this exciting addition to our gracious new Cunarder will be the scene for lively evenings and sunny days.
- Supper Club
The Garden Lounge is the venue for Queen Elizabeth’s occasional supper clubs. The conservatory roof is perfect to combine dinner and dancing under the stars in true 1930’s glamour.
- Entered Service: 2010
- Home Port: Southampton, UK
- Port of Registry: Hamilton, Bermuda
- Speed: 23.7 knots
- Gross Tonnage: 90,900 GRT
- Guest Capacity: 2,068
- No. of Crew: 1005
- Length: 964.5 feet
- Width: 106 feet
- Draft: 25.9 feet