Queen Elizabeth returns

… on a 42-night cruise

Queen Elizabeth

FN reports the “Queen Elizabeth” returned to the Port of Funchal yesterday for a 12-hour stopover, carrying 1,841 passengers and 977 crew on board.

Coming from Hamilton, Bermuda, the ship was scheduled to leave at 6:30 pm, bound for Cádiz, in southern Spain.

The “Queen Elizabeth” crossed the Atlantic, on a 42-night cruise that began in Vancouver, with stops in Alaska, Victoria and British Columbia. S. Francisco, Los Angeles, San Lucas, in Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama Canal, Aruba, Fort Lauderdale, Hamilton, now Funchal, followed by Cadiz and Barcelona, ​​says a note from APRAM.

It will be stationed in Barcelona until the end of October and then head to Southeast Asia and Oceania, where it will carry out cruises in Australia and New Zealand.

The ‘Queen Elizabeth’ only returned to Funchal in October 2021, precisely 11 years after her debut in Madeira.

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