by Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross
Queen Victoria was the first in a new breed of Cunard Ships. Her design is enhanced to give her the ability to cross the North Atlantic.
Introduced to service in 2007, Queen Victoria’s reign is young. However, she has had a notable career with royal engagements, tandem Atlantic crossings and Gala-World Cruises where she has been welcomed with open arms.
Illustrated with stunning colour photographs taken by the authors from every area of the ship, and fully updated after the extensive 2017 refit, this book provides a lasting memento of a voyage aboard Cunard’s stately monarch.
This book is purely a photograhic album of the rooms and facilities aboard this ship and, as such, it is very good.
There is an excellent introduction written by the captain of the Queen Victoria, Andrew Hall and
I would recommend the book to anyone with a serious interest in cruise ships.
The History Press
Paperback: 227mm x 248mm, 120 pages, illustrated