Ellen Grace Butland
Wah, that "student driver" pix is one huge dent!
11 December 2008, marked the completion of Queen Victoria’s first year in service after Cunard’s latest Queen embarked on her Maiden Voyage in December last year — a day after being named by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall with HRH The Prince of Wales in attendance.
Since then Queen Victoria has sailed 111,828 miles, made 222 port calls and carried 54,827 guests,...
A passenger onboard Cunard's Queen Victoria had to cut her cruise holiday short just a few hours into the voyage, but she's not complaining.
That's because the woman, 64-year-old Judy Stockwell, had good reason to abandon ship -- she finally received news of an available donor after waiting two years for a lifesaving kidney transplant.
In the port of Southampton, the famous red-and-black funnel of the Cunard Line towered above all other ships. Cunard. . . the name alone conjures up vivid images of a great ocean liner powering her way through the waves. My excitement mounted as I got my first view of the Queen Victoria.
When Terence and Cynthia Milner booked a £65,000 cruise aboard the world maiden voyage of Cunard's Queen Victoria they were promised the "holiday of a lifetime".
But when the ship left Southampton and hit heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay, the metal floor of their cabin began to flex loudly, three judges at the Court of Appeal were told today.
A couple from Yorkshire who claimed their round-the-world cruise was ruined by sleepless nights, mouth ulcers and other health problems have successfully sued the cruise line Cunard for £22,000 for “loss of enjoyment”, despite already being refunded more than 75% of the original cost of the trip.