QE, Cruise Q033B ex Singapore to Melbourne 17 Night Cruise sailing from Singapore to Melbourne aboard Queen Elizabeth.
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17 Night Cruise sailing from Singapore to Melbourne aboard Queen Elizabeth.
QUEEN ELIZABETH is our newest luxury ocean liner, named in October 2010 by Her Majesty the Queen. Recalling the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name, her elegance echoes that legendary age and enhances her modern allure.
The harmony of classic and contemporary strikes an elegant chord throughout this magnificent ship. Images and features from her predecessors, Queen Elizabeth and QE2, sit comfortably alongside her modern charm.
Within Queen Elizabeth’s sleek lines, the lavishness of eras past meets the thrilling future of ocean travel. Welcome, then, to the next elegant chapter in Cunard history.
Highlights of this cruise:
Among the world’s busiest ports and a primary access point to the prosperous city of Singapore, cruises to the Port of Singapore will introduce visitors to one of the most affluent destinations on the planet. The port is connected to over 600 other ports across 123 countries and six continents and is critical in the existence of Singapore, given that the country is lacking in both land and natural resources, thus relying on imports. Away from trade and economy, the port provides access to the culture, history and excitement of Singapore.
Whitsunday Islands from Airlie Beach
Arrive at Airlie Beach on a clear day and you will be greeted with a view that looks like it has been torn straight from the pages of a picture book, with perfectly ultramarine water and pristine white sand.
Located in the tropical state of Queensland, Australia, Airlie Beach is famed for being the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands. But it is more than a stopover on the way to the Great Barrier Reef. The largest town on the Whitsunday Coast, Airlie Beach has the tropical feel of its surrounding islands. It has the added bonus of shopping, dining, pampering and nightlife to keep visitors entertained day and night.
On the remote northern shores of Australia’s ‘Top End,’ balmy Darwin has grown from frontier settlement into a multicultural modern city. Discover the region’s dramatic history – from Aboriginal heritage to World War II air raids and the devastating Cyclone Tracy – in the museums and galleries.
The Brisbane River meanders through the heart of the city. Elegant Georgian buildings of native sandstone stand next to sleek glass towers. Brisbane is also a superbly landscaped city with jacarandas, flame trees, and bougainvilleas thriving in its semi-tropical climate. Come face to face with koalas, kangaroos and wombats on tours from this laid-back city.
Australia’s oldest and largest city was born in 1788 with the arrival of the "First Fleet" that transported 760 British convicts. Gold and sheep breeding propelled Sydney’s development; today it is the largest port in the entire South Pacific. Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world.” James Michener wrote, “It is a thing of beauty, a fairytale body of water.”
Originally part of New South Wales, Victoria became a colony in its own right in 1851. The discovery of gold and the development of agriculture propelled Melbourne’s rise to prominence and prosperity. Flower gardens and graceful, tree-lined boulevards add a refined air to Melbourne, regarded as the hub of Australia’s cultural, intellectual and financial life – at least by Melbournians.