Iceland and British Isles
Iceland and British Isles
Discover awe-inspiring scenery and diverse culture during this 14 night cruise around the British Isles and Iceland. With a maiden call into Lerwick, Shetland, and an overnight break in Reykjavik, this exceptional voyage will thrill and fascinate in equal measure.
- All meals
- 24 hour room service
- Swimming pools
Hand Picked By
"Queen Victoria is known for her elegance and graceful splendour, so she is definitely adored by crew and passengers alike. With luxurious woods, marbles and rich fabrics, she has the ambience and sophistication of past liners, as well as unique and modern facilities.
By day you can enjoy White Gloved Afternoon Tea in the Queens Room, while at night it is transformed into an elegant ballroom for cocktail parties and balls. Relax and unwind in the Winter Gardens, pamper yourself at the Royal Spa, or enjoy some world-class entertainment at the Royal Court Theatre, as you sail the seas in style. "
Queen Victoria Profile
- Queens Room
- Winter Garden
- Royal Court Theatre
- Royal Spa & gymnasium
- 2 swimming pools
- Games deck with tennis court
- 11 restaurants, bars & lounges
- Casino & library
Day 1: Southampton
Begin your cruise in Southampton
Day 2 & 3: At Sea
Day 4: Lerwick, Scotland
The most northerly point of the British Isles, little Lerwick can compete with the world’s most memorable locations on any cruise. The only town and capital of the Shetland Isles, Lerwick lies 100 miles from mainland Scotland and is nearer to Norway. Originally given as a gift in a Danish Princess’s dowry in the mid 1400s, Shetland has kept much of its Scandinavian feel to this day. Discover Neolithic archaeological sites, Iron Age artefacts and mysterious standing stones.
Day 5: At Sea
Day 6: Akureyri, Iceland
Established in the mid-17th century, Akureyri is home to Iceland’s largest fishing company and its biggest shipyard. Viking sagas, spectacular fjords, snow-capped mountains... Iceland’s ‘Capital of the North’ is also surprisingly mild and the so-called Green Town is made for those long summer days.
Day 7: Isafjordur, Iceland
Keep your binoculars handy. Iceland’s western fjords are prime whale watching waters and, if your luck’s in, you may just spot a telltale spout of water.
Day 8 & 9: Reykjavik, Iceland
A mass of brightly coloured corrugated iron roofs is a familiar sight here in the world’s most northern capital city. Experience the incredible views of the Golden Waterfall and wonder at the spouting geysers. Join in a national pastime – shopping! Designer labels, local wool, gourmet treats, even a flea market, it’s all right here.
Day 10 & 11: At Sea
Day 12: Glasgow, Scotland (from Greenock)
When you cruise to Greenock, think of it as the gateway to some of Scotland’s most exciting cultural cities and perhaps the most breathtaking scenery you will ever experience. As you disembark, you will often be greeted by the stirring sight and sound of a traditional Scottish pipe band in full tartan regalia.
Day 13: Dublin, Ireland
The dark waters of the River Liffey swirling beneath the Halfpenny Bridge appear to transport you to a different age, the literary Dublin of Yeats, Shaw, Swift and Wilde. From the smart surroundings of St. Stephen’s Green, down bustling O’Connell Street, to the blarney welcome you'll find waiting in a hundred little bars and restaurants the craic, like the Guinness, is always good in Dublin.
Day 14: At Sea
Day 15: Southampton
Cabin and Fares
|Cabin Type||Guide Price||Additional Info|
|IF - Standard Inside||From £1,492pp||Ask our Travel Specialists about Cunard's fare benefits|
IF - Standard Inside
Approx 152 sq. ft
Our Standard staterooms are anything but ordinary. The smallest is more like a "deluxe" guestroom on other cruise ships. And they're beautifully decorated with fine prints on the walls, soft colours on the sofas and coverlets and turndown service when it's time to retire. Guests dine in the Britannia Restaurant with a choice of an early or late sitting.