Bangor Boat trip to see the "Queen Victoria" :: Shared Description

The Cunard line cruise ship “Queen Victoria” visited Belfast as part of a “Northern Europe and British Isles” cruise. The Bangor Boat LinkExternal link organised a special cruise to witness her departure down Belfast Lough. The trip also provided an opportunity to see some sights not normally accessible to those ashore.
The following information, about the “Queen Victoria”, comes from the Cunard website (LinkExternal link
entered Service December 2007. Gross tonnage 90,000. No of passengers and crew 2,000/1,003. Length 964.5 feet, width 106 feet, draught 26.2 feet. Speed 23.7 knots.

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J4084 : The "Queen Victoria", Belfast Lough (2) by Albert Bridge
J4385 : Solar panel, Belfast Lough by Albert Bridge
J4785 : The "Stena Caledonia", Belfast Lough by Albert Bridge
J4385 : The "Queen Victoria", Belfast Lough (3) by Albert Bridge
J4084 : The "Queen Victoria", Belfast Lough (1) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Wed, 28 Jul 2010, Updated: Wed, 28 Jul 2010

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