Areas, Other Public
A Cunard tradition
dating back at least to
QE2 is an onboard book
shop selling items with a
maritime or travel theme
Speaking of books,
Queen Elizabeth has a
two level library with
some 6,000 volumes (left
and below) The two
levels are connected by a
The Royal Arcade is Queen Elizabeth's shopping
area. Covering two decks, this area is as interesting
for its architectural details as it is for its premium
merchandise. It is inspired by the London shopping
arcades such as the Burlington Arcade but done with
Art Deco detailing.
The merchandise sold in the shops includes such
famous British names as Fortnum and Mason's, and
Harris Tweed. There are also international luxury
names such as Chopard.
The Cunarder Gallery features images of
earlier Cunard ships. It is part of the art gallery
operated in conjunction with Clarendon Fine Art
of London, which offers contemporary art to
view and to purchase, featuring a range of
original paintings, limited editions, sculpture
and collectors' art books
Images (below) is where the ship's
photographers display the photos taken onboard.
The shop also offers cameras and camera
(left). These are often
used for classes and
lectures that are part of
the ship's enrichment
include such things as
Art and Wine Tasting.
There is also an
Internet Centre (not
The Card Room
(right) on Deck 3 has
tables for bridge and
other card games.
Queen Elizabeth has separate dedicated facilities for
children and teens. These programs are supervised by
the ship's youth program staff.
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