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Cunard Queen Elizabeth

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History of the Ship
Construction of Queen Elizabeth began in 2009 at  Fincantieri Monfalcone Shipyard, Italy.  The ship is built on a modified Vista class hull.  Queen Elizabeth is almost identical to Cunard's Queen Victoria.  She was built with 1,046 cabins providing a passenger capacity of 2,092 (double occupancy). 

Queen Elizabeth was launched 5 January 2010 and christened on 11 October 2010 at Southampton, England by HRM Queen Elizabeth II.

What's on Board
All of
 the standard Cunard appointments are onboard.  Commodore Club and the Queen's Room.  Dining is divided into 3 dining rooms designated by the class of stateroom you are staying in.  There is the Queen's Grill, Princess Grill and the Brittania dining rooms.  Additional restaurants onboard include the Verandah Restaurant, the Lido Restaurant, and the Queens Room (for high tea). 

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Quick Facts:
  Year built: 2010
Shipyard: 
Fincantiere
 
Monfalcone,
Italy
Registery: Southampton
GRT: 92,000 tons
Length: 964.5 feet
Beam: 106 feet
Draft: 25.9 feet
Passengers: 2,092
Crew: 900
Space Ratio: 44

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