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Sail away to the pristine islands of the Caribbean on board Queen Victoria, visiting the vivacious destinations along the way.

Beginning this cruise holiday in Santiago, explore this city’s famed architecture or sip some of Chile’s world-famous wines in the Maipo Valley during your two night hotel stay. Embark Queen Victoria and sip some classic pisco in Coquimbo before you sail to Arica where you could enjoy the stunning sight of the Parinacota volcano. Savour your overnight stay on board the ship in Callao which is on the doorstep of historic Lima. From here you could walk on cobblestone streets, sample the national dish lomo saltado pisco (beef stir-fried with tomatoes, peppers, onions and chips) or venture to the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. Sailing through the Panama Canal, one of the greatest architectural feats in the world, you’ll arrive in Willemstad, an island whose buildings are painted an array of vivid colours like the bright blue of the Curacao liqueur that is distilled here.

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Your Itinerary

DAY 1 - 2 | 28 - 29 Feb
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Santiago - Hotel Stay

Santiago is famed for its grand architecture, the beautiful hilltop garden of Cerro Santa Lucia and the Maipo Valley, one of Chile’s celebrated wine-producing regions. You’ll enjoy a two night hotel stay in this exuberant city, the perfect start to your South America adventure.

DAY 3 | 1 Mar
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Santiago - Embark Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria is a ship designed with all the modern conveniences but with the splendour evocative of great ocean liners past. From her plush, elegantly decorated public rooms to her gourmet dining and luxurious cabins, Queen Victoria exudes class.

DAY 4 | 2 Mar
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The town of Coquimbo lies just on the edge of the Elqui Valley, where fertile vineyards produce quality Syrah and Carmenere wines as well as a grape spirit called piscos at the feet of the mountains. If you follow the Ruta de Estrellas (Route of the Stars) further, the green stripes of the vines give way to a desert landscape which is one of the best places in the world for stargazing.

DAY 5 | 3 Mar
At Sea
DAY 6 | 4 Mar
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Arica is known as the city of Eternal Springs due to its weather and high temperatures all year round. Coupled with beautiful beaches, this city is popular with visitors. Lauca National Park boasts panoramic views and a number of different wildlife species. Experienced hikers can climb the Parinacota volcano. The village of Parinacota offers an insight into the history of this area with the national monument offering traditional church architecture.

DAY 7 | 5 Mar
At Sea
DAY 8 - 9 | 6 - 7 Mar
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Callao (Lima)

Lima is a city of contrasts between its historic centre, with remnants of ancient city walls, baroque cathedrals and colonial buildings, and the modern areas of upmarket Miraflores and bohemian Barranco, with their vibrant restaurant and bar scenes. One thing that unites the Peruvian capital is its extraordinary cuisine, including the legendary dish of lomo saltado pisco (beef stir-fried with tomatoes, peppers, onions and chips).

DAY 10 | 8 Mar
At Sea
DAY 11 | 9 Mar
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This destination is the largest city in the province and is home to high-rises and sprawling beaches (some of the best in the region). During your time here, you could also visit the quaint colonial town of Montecristi, home of the Panama hat. It is full of Spanish charm and market stalls selling colourful handicrafts including, of course, Panama hats.

DAY 12 | 10 Mar
At Sea
DAY 13 | 11 Mar
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Panama City

Welcome to the capital of Panama! Vibrant and diverse, this city offers rhythm and dance in the streets, mixing both the old and the new, from colonial-era buildings to the ruins of Panamá Viejo – the city’s first Spanish settlement – to gleaming glass skyscrapers. If you want to escape the bustle you could even explore the surrounding rainforest or one of the secluded sun-kissed beaches.

DAY 14 | 12 Mar
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Panama Canal (scenic cruising)

Quite simply, the Panama Canal is so much more than a functional link between the world’s two great oceans, the Atlantic and the Pacific - it has revolutionised sea travel as we know it. Immense locks along the Panama Canal’s 40 mile length raise cruise ships 26 metres, as you come face to face with the canal sides and then enjoy the sights and sounds of the colourful birds and animals that inhabit the lush forests beyond. 

DAY 15 | 13 Mar
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Cartagena is a city of contrasts between the old and new, between poverty and wealth, between legend and reality. The 17th century walled Old Town, and fortress are stunning World Heritage Sites, offering an insight into the old legends of this city. The colourful restored Spanish buildings line the streets of Old Town, with areas of immense poverty and round the corner, areas of extreme wealth. This city is one that will surprise and sadden you, intrigue and amaze you.

DAY 16 | 14 Mar
At Sea
DAY 17 | 15 Mar
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Life is lived in full colour on Curacao with buildings painted in vivid reds, pinks, yellows and blues - like the bright blue Curacao liqueur that is distilled here. Head to the UNESCO-protected old town for stunning examples of 17th and 18th century architecture. Outside the capital, you’ll find aquariums, national parks, ostrich farms and many amazing scuba-diving and snorkelling spots.

DAY 18 - 19 | 16 - 17 Mar
At Sea
DAY 20 | 18 Mar
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Fort Lauderdale - Disembark Queen Victoria

Today you’ll disembark Queen Victoria and fly home.

Queen Victoria


There’s something distinctly refined and regal about a Cunard cruise and the beautiful Queen Victoria certainly upholds the fine traditions of this luxury line. Even before you board this beautiful ship you’ll note the trademark black and red livery which, together with her sleek modern design, immediately sets the theme of proud cruising heritage married with innovative features for today’s cruise guests. From her plush, elegantly decorated public rooms to her gourmet dining and luxurious, spacious cabins, Queen Victoria exudes class. The range of options for high-quality entertainment and enrichment, as well as serene relaxation make for the cruise holiday of a lifetime.

Great places to visit+-

Queens Room

Head here for traditional afternoon tea or to dance the night away at one of the glamorous balls.

On Deck

Take part in Cunard’s traditional games of shuffleboard and deck quoits. Challenge friends or join in one of the organised tournaments.

Commodore Club

Enjoy a signature cocktail as you sail towards the horizon or try the Martini Mixology or Whisky Tasting classes.


Entered service: 2007

Tonnage: 90,049

Number of Decks: 12

Passenger Capacity: 2,061

Total Crew: 981

Number of Cabins: 1,007

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes

Number of Pools: 2

Number of Restaurants: 3

Kids Club: Yes

CALL TO BOOK: 0800 840 5800