The map always shows you the current position and route of the Queen Elizabeth on the world map. You can zoom in or out with the mouse (or with your fingers on the smartphone/tablet) or with the + buttons and move the map freely with the mouse (or your fingers).

Current live webcam of Queen Elizabeth

Webcam Queen Elizabeth
Here you can see the current view of the Queen Elizabeth from the bow camera. The webcam is provided by Cunard Line and broadcasts live images 24 hours a day, which are automatically updated every few minutes. So you can follow where the cruise ship is currently on its way and what is happening around the ship at any time. Especially when the cruise ship is in port, it is exciting to take a look at the web camera images. It can happen that the webcam is temporarily unavailable due to a poor satellite connection.

Current travel routes and travel areas of the Queen Elizabeth

Here you will find an overview of the current routes or trips that are offered for the Queen Elizabeth, with the duration of the trip and the major cities served. The ship mainly offers trips to Asia with Japan, South Korea, Indonesia or Taiwan, Australia or Alaska. The possible travel duration ranges from short trips of only 2 to transatlantic trips over a month with 42 days.

Transatlantic cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona

e.g. 21 days with the Queen Elizabeth in September

Metropolises, among others:

Fort Lauderdale, Hamilton, Madeira, Cadiz, Barcelona

From €3,190 per person including flight

Australia cruise from Melbourne to Tokyo

e.g. 22 days with the Queen Elizabeth in March

Metropolises, among others:

Melbourne, Burnie, Sydney, Yorkey Knob, Alotau, Rabaul, Guam, Nagasaki, Tokyo

From €3,986 per person including flight

Video tour and the Queen Elizabeth

The following video tour gives an impression of the Queen Elizabeth. So you can get an idea of the popular cruise ship in advance. In the video you can see the cabins & suites, restaurants & Bars, the wellness areas, offers for children, theatres, shopping possibilities and other entertainment offers.

Ship data and equipment of the RMS Queen Elizabeth

Ship picture

Ship data

shipyardFincantieri – Cantieri Navali S.p.A Monfalcone Shipyard, Italy
home portHamilton
shipping companyCunard Line Ltd.
ownerCunard Line Ltd.
onboard languageEnglish
onboard currencyU.S. dollar
building-costs$708 million
length294 m
draftmax 7.8m
speed24 knots
drive64,000 kW (87,016 hp)
curb weight39500t
Bars & Clubs14
fitness centerYes

Ship description

The Queen Elizabeth is a cruise ship owned by the British shipping company Cunard Line and was completed in 2010 in the Italian shipyard Fincantieri and went on its maiden voyage in October 2010. On a total of 12 decks, it offers space for around 2029 passengers, who are looked after by around 1000 employees.


Unlike her sister ship, the Queen Mary 2, she is no longer reminiscent of the classic ones Passenger ships Queen Elizabeth and Queen Elizabeth 2 ajar. So it carries neither the suffix R.M.S. for Royal Mail Ship the external appearance is still similar to that of the predecessor ships.


The ship has numerous facilities that make life on board more comfortable. There’s a fitness center, spa, casino, library, and a range of bars and restaurants. These facilities offer passengers a wide range of activities and amenities.


Passengers are offered an unforgettable cruising experience that reflects the style and elegance of the golden era of shipping. With her tastefully decorated cabins, modern facilities and an excellent range of activities and amenities, the ship is a true jewel among cruise ships.

The naming of the ship

Cunard Line’s ship Queen Elizabeth is part of a long tradition of queen names in the history of the shipping company.


The ship’s naming dates back to 2010, when Cunard officially unveiled the ship and announced the name. The name pays homage to the two Queens of Elizabeth – the reigning (at the time of the ship’s commissioning) Queen Elizabeth II and her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth I.


The naming reflects the long history and reputation of the shipping company and is a gesture of respect for the two queens.


  • Inside cabin – 14-23 m², 1-4 people
  • Outside cabin – 17-19 m², 1-4 people
  • Balcony cabin – 21-44m², 1-5 people
  • Suite with balcony – 31-139 m², 1-6 people


The cabins on the ship offer different facilities and sizes.
From standard inside cabins to luxurious suites, there is something for everyone. The cabins are tastefully furnished and have a living area, a separate sleeping area and a larger bathroom.


The suites on the ship offer the ultimate luxury and comfort for an unforgettable cruise with 31-139sqm. With a private balcony, separate living area and opulent bathroom, each suite is its own retreat at sea.

The suites also offer exclusive access to separate areas of the ship and receive exclusive offers such as a concierge service.


The cabins are very spacious, so the inside and outside cabins are 14-23sqm, the balcony cabins are 21-44sqm. They are modernly furnished and have a private bathroom, a desk, a minibar and a flat-screen TV, WiFi is also available.

Inside cabin
Outside cabin
Balcony cabin

Ship equipment and service

Restaurants included

  • Golden Lion Pub (Pub)
  • Lido Pool Grill (snacks)
  • Cafe Carinthia (snacks)
  • Kings Court/Lido Buffet Restaurant
  • Courtyard (Restaurant for suite guests)
  • Britannia (Restaurant for Britannia Inside, Outside & Balcony guests)
  • Britannia Club (Restaurant for Britannia Club Balcony Stateroom guests)
  • Princess Grill (Princess Suites guests)
  • Queens Grill (Restaurant for Queens Suites guests)

Restaurants not included

  • Steakhouse at The Verandah
  • Coriander (Indian Restaurant)
  • La Piazza (Italian Restaurant)
  • Bamboo (Panasiatic)
  • Aztec (Mexican Restaurant)
  • Smokehouse (American)
  • Al Fresco (Mediterranean Restaurant)

Bars & Lounges

  • Chart Room
  • Commodore Club
  • Golden Lion Pub
  • Grill’s Lounge & Terrace (exclusively for suites and penthouse guests)
  • Lido Pool Bar
  • Midships Bar & Lounge
  • Pavilion Bar
  • Queens Room (ballroom)
  • Winter Garden
  • Yacht Club
  • Empire Casino
  • Churchill’s Cigar Lounge
  • Admiral’s Lounge
  • Gins & fizz

Stores & Shops

  • Bookstore
  • Shop
  • Shopping Promenade
  • Boutique
  • Jeweler

Offers for children

  • Evening babysitting/care
  • Kindergarten
  • Night Nursery up to 2 years
  • The Play Zone 2-7 years
  • The Kids Zone 8-12 years
  • The Teen Zone 13-17 years
  • Baby room
  • Playroom
  • Children’s Programs
  • Inside and outside play area
  • Kids Club
  • Teen’s Zone
  • Video Games
  • All-day childcare

Entertainment offer

  • Onboard DJ
  • Onboard pianist
  • Bridge
  • Cabaret
  • Karaoke
  • Concerts & Readings
  • Quiz events
  • Shows
  • Dance nights
  • Dance floor/stage
  • Workshops
  • Queen’s Room
  • Dance Lessons
  • Bingo
  • Theme nights
  • Onboard programs
  • Lectures
  • Entertainment Games
  • Live Music
  • Slots
  • Cinema
  • Discotheque/Nightclub
  • Casino
  • Theatre
  • Computer courses
  • Apple iStudy
  • Internet station
  • Art Lessons
  • Shore Excursion Office
  • Creative courses museum trail
  • remove host
  • Computer University
  • Photo Studio
  • Conservatory
  • Onboard Photographer
  • Photo gallery
  • Ironing service
  • Card room
  • Art gallery
  • Conference Center
  • Laundry
  • Library
  • WLAN

Sports offer

  • Golf tee
  • Croquet
  • Personal Trainer
  • Pilates
  • Quoits
  • Spinning
  • Gymnastics
  • Fitness Center
  • Fitness Classes
  • Aerobics
  • Darts
  • Fencing courses
  • Paddle tennis
  • Sport deck with boules
  • Golf driving range net
  • Table tennis
  • Shuffleboard
  • Jogging course
  • Bocci
  • Yoga

Wellness offer

  • Hydropool
  • Mareel Spa
  • Aromatherapy
  • Hairdresser
  • Cosmetic applications
  • Manicure/pedicure
  • Acupuncture
  • Beauty applications
  • Thermal suites
  • Massage
  • Wellness & Spa area
  • Quiet corner
  • Sauna
  • Steam bath
  • Beauty salon
  • Hot Stone

Deck plans - Click through all decks of the Queen Elizabeth

Deck plans – Click through all decks of the Queen Elizabeth

Current deck plans to download / print out

You can use the following link to download and print out the current deck plans of the Queen Elizabeth.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions About Queen Elizabeth

For whom is which cabin best suited?

For families: balcony or veranda cabin – lots of space & best price performance ratio
For singles: Single cabin with balcony – great view

For couples: Junior suite – the perfect place to retreat for two
For the frugal: Inside cabin – optimal at the best price
For luxury lovers: suites or penthouse suites – lots of extras and special amenities

How many cabins and passengers does the Queen Elizabeth have?
With 1045 cabins, the Queen Elizabeth can accommodate up to 2081 passengers.
Where is the Queen Elizabeth going?
The Queen Elizabeth mainly offers trips to Asia, Australia or Alaska. The ship offers both short trips of a few days and transatlantic trips lasting more than a month. The duration of the journey as well as the routes and destinations are extremely varied.
Where is the Queen Elizabeth going?
The Queen Elizabeth mainly offers trips to Asia, Australia or Alaska. The ship offers both short trips of a few days and transatlantic trips lasting more than a month. The duration of the journey as well as the routes and destinations are extremely varied.
Can I smoke on the Queen Elizabeth?
Yes, there are special smoking areas on the ship that are signposted accordingly. Smoking is not permitted in the restaurants and cabins!
Is there internet on board the Queen Elizabeth?
Yes, there is internet on the ship and usually a limited amount of data is included. However, depending on the tariff booked, this may have to be booked separately. In addition, Cunard Line offers various Internet packages. The reason for this is that there is no regular telephone or internet reception on the seas and this has to be realized via satellite connections, which incurs corresponding costs. The booking of Internet packages is of course not mandatory, but then you only have Internet access via your own mobile phone tariff when you are in port and have the appropriate reception.
Does the Queen Elizabeth have an indoor pool?
Yes, the Queen Elizabeth has an indoor pool with bars and entertainment to match.
How much did the Queen Elizabeth cost to build?
The Queen Elizabeth cost around 708 million US dollars to build.

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