A ship of distinctively British style
The cruise ship Queen Victoria was officially presented to Cunard Line (Carnival Group), the historic British company with a glorious tradition of transatlantic service stretching back over 170 years, at Fincantieri’s Marghera yard.
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Simply timeless cruising
When delivered in 2007, at 90,000 grt and around 294 meters in length, Queen Victoria was one of the largest ever Panamax ships (those able to pass through the Panama Canal).
She is the natural evolution of the ocean liner concept in Cunard’s long-standing traditional style. Their fleet, with its unmistakable black hulls, white superstructures and red funnels, has played a central role in marine history.
Queen Victoria has a theatre spanning three decks with 830 seats and some sumptuous private boxes. All passenger areas are elegantly decorated in a distinctly British style.
Main Diesel engines Sulzer
4 x 11,520 + 2 x 8,640 kW
Electrical propulsion motors (POD) ABB
2 x 17,600 kW
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