Queen Elizabeth: Art Deco Queen
The sixth Cunard ship to bear the name Queen, and the third to carry the name Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth entered the Cunard fleet in October 2010. Since entering service has become a much loved member of the Cunard Fleet, sporting a acclaimed art deco interior throughout. Queen Elizabeth is a popular ship, operating annual World Voyages as well as occasional transatlantic crossings and a variety of cruises in Europe.
Queen Elizabeth has taken her name from the legendary Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Queen Elizabeth of 1938, which along with RMS Queen Mary, were icons of international travel for nearly three decades. A Vista-Class ship, Queen Elizabeth is a near sister to Queen Victoria, sporting the traditional Cunard livery and QE2-inspired funnel.
With the introduction of this new ship, Cunard can boast one the most modern fleets in the cruise industry.
A photographic book about Queen Elizabeth
Explore the ship through 120 pages and hundreds of colour images. From the Art Deco inspired Royal Court Theatre, home to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Company, to her Sports Deck, complete with Croquet Courts and a bowling green, this book features every public room, restaurant, bar and lounge aboard Queen Elizabeth. Each room is described in detailed narrative with photographs taken by the authors…more…