The Queen Victoria is one of the many ships that sail to and from Australian ports of call but it is also amongst the most elegant and grand ships that visit these shorelines. Outfitted not only with the most modern of facilities, it also has the rich interior of liner ships of times gone by, complete with marble, woods and refined fabrics.
Sailing from ports of call such as Sydney and Melbourne, you can voyage with her on the many trips she takes around the New Zealand and the Pacific, or as far away as her home port of Southampton, with many exotic and exciting places to visit along the way, including Japan, the Mid-East, the Mediterranean, Europe and the UK. Cunard Lines were the first to offer the World Cruise back in 1922, so they have the knowledge and experience to make your trip one you will remember fondly for a lifetime.
The Queen Victoria ship has three swimming pools, seven restaurants, thirteen bars, a ballroom and a theatre.
Furthermore, there is sophisticated dining with impeccable service. They also offer the Grills experience, where you can enjoy private dining and fine wines in the comfort of your suite.
There are plenty of activities to keep you entertained, from daytime activities to guest speakers and night-time entertainment.
POCruises.com: P&O has Pacific Dawn, based in Brisbane Cruise round trip from Brisbane with Pacific Dawn to the South Pacific or North Queensland, or from Sydney with the Pacific Jewel to Tropical North Queensland.
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Main Photo: The 90,000 tonne Queen Victoria, berthed in Sydney Australia Harbour.
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