The British cruise ship Queen Elizabeth arrives in Rotterdam. Boasting a staff of 997 and room for no fewer than 2,092 passengers, this is the second largest vessel ever built for British-American shipping owner Cunard. Departing from Rotterdam, the ship will be embarking on four cruises this summer. Shortly after this photograph was taken, the vessel set out for its first cruise to the British Isles.
 These days, cruise ships moor at the Wilhelminakade every week, and their arrival is always announced by a loud and cheerful ship’s horn. Many ships sail to our port city on their maiden voyage and more than 100 vessels moored in Rotterdam during the 2019 cruise season.

2017; MOORED IN ROTTERDAM!

By Iris van den Broek

The British cruise ship Queen Elizabeth arrives in Rotterdam. Boasting a staff of 997 and room for no fewer than 2,092 passengers, this is the second largest vessel ever built for British-American shipping owner Cunard. Departing from Rotterdam, the ship will be embarking on four cruises this summer. Shortly after this photograph was taken, the vessel set out for its first cruise to the British Isles. These days, cruise ships moor at the Wilhelminakade every week, and their arrival is always announced by a loud and cheerful ship’s horn. Many ships sail to our port city on their maiden voyage and more than 100 vessels moored in Rotterdam during the 2019 cruise season.

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