Cunard's Queen Elizabth sails into Halong Bay, Vietnam

Queen Elizabeth sails in Halong Bay, Vietnam

Queen Elizabeth sails in Halong Bay, Vietnam

First published in News

IT’S a beautiful sight for locals and passengers alike.

Cunard’s newest ship, Queen Elizabeth, sailed through the mists for her maiden call to Halong Bay in Vietnam.

The 2,000-passenger ship left Southampton in January and had already sailed through the Panama Canal to San Francisco, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Japan and China.

It now goes on to Singapore, Sri Lanka, India and Dubai before arriving back in Southampton on May 9 after 118 nights and visits to 40 ports in 23 different countries.

The ship was named by The Queen in 2010.

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11:34am Tue 1 Apr 14

Greenguage says...

Must be terrific sight,I was a crew member on the RMS Caronia Cunard cruise ship on its 1965 world cruise when we visited Vietnam,we saw the first American Warship in the harbour nearly 50 years ago.
Must be terrific sight,I was a crew member on the RMS Caronia Cunard cruise ship on its 1965 world cruise when we visited Vietnam,we saw the first American Warship in the harbour nearly 50 years ago. Greenguage
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